Township Parks

 
Colerain Park – 29 Acres
4725 Springdale Road

Visit Colerain  Megaland playground and numerous other play equipment. Sand volleyball and basketball courts are available along with 2 baseball fields that are open to the public when not otherwise being used by teams who have reserved the fields. Four shelters are available to rent daily from April 15 through October 15.   Visitors  can enjoy the Sizzling Summer Entertainment in the Park in June, July and August featuring concerts, family movies and Shakespeare in the Park.  One set of restrooms at the Park serves as a severe weather shelter.  Additional recreational facilities include a 1-mile walk path, two state of the art baseball fields, amphitheater, a concession stand, two additional shelters, additional restrooms, tot play area, and expanded parking.  Click here for more information on Colerain Park.

Clippard Park – 21 Acres
3514 Bevis Lane

Accessed from Colerain Ave. to Redskin (by Outback Steakhouse) to Fairglen.  The park can also be accessed from Springdale Road to Seasons Drive to Pottinger Road to Dewhill Drive.

Visit Clippard Park’s sprayground Memorial Day through Labor Day each year to cool off from the summer heat!  In addition to the 13 motion activated water features at the sprayground, the newly renovated Park has something for the whole family to enjoy.  An additional driveway is now available providing easier and quicker access to the park off of Colerain Avenue (Redskin to Fairglen which dead ends at the new entrance).  Thanks to a grant from CVS and Boundless Playgrounds, the park has a beautiful 10,000 square foot, fully accessible playground for people of all abilities that features a poured rubber surface.  Three shelters, which include an electric outlet and a grill, are reservable on weekends April through October 1.   The park has two new state of the art baseball fields and a brand new basketball court.  Clippard Park has our area’s first skatepark!  Located near the back of the park and visible from I-275, the skatepark has a 10′ bowl with pool coping, a 4′ bowl with a ledge, a spine and death box, and street features including a staircase, ramp, railings and much more!  The park has a ½ mile paved walking path with an additional ¼ mile loop natural trail behind shelter C.  With the closing of the very small, hard to access Karen Meehan Memorial Park, Clippard is now home to a memorial for the young girl that was  hit by a car on Kemper Road.

Please click here to read additional information about Clippard Park.
 
Obergiesing Soccer Complex at Dravo Park – 16 Acres
9225 East Miami River Road

Located along the Great Miami River on East Miami River Road, one mile southwest of Blue Rock Road

Soccer fields, swings, picnic shelter that is available on a first come first served basis, and canoe access ramp.

 
 
 
 
Palm Memorial Park – 1 Acre
3251 Springdale Road, Next to Colerain Fire Headquarters

Basketball courts, covered picnic table, two small shade structures and playground.  Was funded by KaBOOM playground grant and the site of a playground build that brought together a large group of volunteers on September 15, 2012 to build the playground in one day.  Click here to read more information on our playground build.  The park is named after the late Lt. Charles Palm, a Colerain fire fighter who suffered a heart attack and passed away while fighting a house fire in the 1970’s.

Skyline Park – 1.5 Acres
8400 Pippin Road

Play equipment, basketball, walking trail connecting to Skyline Community Center with exercise stations along the path.  The Community Center next door has a full playground and gymnasium.

Drew Campbell Memorial Commons –  6.5 Acres

4160 Springdale Road

Soccer fields, open space for miscellaneous activities and Township functions.  Named after Drew Campbell, a young child who died tragically on Easter Sunday 2003.

 

 

 

 

Coleraine Heritage Memorial – .25 Acres

4200 Springdale Road, in front of Government Complex

Colerain Township historical plaque, gazebo,  inscribed brick walkway, monuments to Township service personnel, settlers and military veterans. Historic artifacts from the Township.

    

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Heritage Park – 126 Acres
11405 East Miami River Road

One mile southwest of Ross Bridge, along the Great Miami River and adjacent to the Historic Dunlap Station Cemetery.

Property is flat, has one mile of river frontage, and is home to an abundance of wildlife species (Click here to obtain/view a copy of the Bird Inventory of the park). The river frontage provides for both water recreational opportunities and serves as an easily accessible ramp for the Fire & EMS Department on water rescue emergencies. The flat topography allows for both active sport fields and passive recreational activities coexisting with the greenspace environment of the Great Miami River.  The land is reported to be the site of Fort Coleraine, the scene of a fierce Indian attack on Colerain settlers in the 1790’s.

Heritage Park offers 4 NCAA regulation sized baseball fields (grass infields on two), Disc Golf course, a picnic shelter available for a $80 rental fee to Township residents/$100 fee for non-residents, a playground, canoe access ramp onto the Great Miami River, walking trails, ecolab, and a rain garden.

Click here to learn more about the park.

Groesbeck Park – 16.8 Acres

8296 Clara Avenue

This property is located next to the Groesbeck Branch of the Hamilton County Library and St. Ann’s Church on Galbraith.

The park has four baseball fields, a grade-school sized football field with press box and concession stand/restrooms, and a new playground with poured rubber surfacing.  A picnic shelter was added in the summer 2011 and is available to rent under our shelter reservation program.

 

Wert Family Park – 10 Acres
3460 W. Galbraith Road

Newly developed park donated by Bob Wert and family in October 2009.   Kleingers and Associates developed a Master Plan for Wert Family Park to be used as a primarily passive/natural park in the winter of 2011.  Site preparation for the first phase of development began in June 2011.  Thanks to a grant from KaBoom! and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group, we were able to build a new playground at the park in one day in September 2011.  Additional features of the park include a natural walking trail with tree identification signs, community garden boxes that are available to rent, a house and a garage.

Parks & Services Office
New location in the Colerain Township Government Complex, 4200 Springdale Road.

Visit the office for Park information, baseball field rental, amphitheater rental and information on historical cemeteries in the Township.  Shelter rentals for the 10 reservable shelters are handled at this location (click here for more information on shelter rental). Artifacts recovered from Heritage Park, including arrowheads that date back several hundred years, are no longer on display.

The Parks & Services Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday.  Call 513.385.7503 for additional information or with any questions on the Parks & Services Department.