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The Clermont County Park Board will hold a Special Board Meeting Wednesday March 24, 2021 at 10:30 a.m., at Pattison Park Lodge. Meeting will convene to go into Executive Session under Ohio Revised Code section 121.22g1, to discuss employee actions concerning hiring, discipline & termination.

The Clermont County Park Board will hold a Special Board Meeting Tuesday March 2, 2021 at Noon, at Pattison Park Lodge. Meeting will convene to go into Executive Session under Ohio Revised Code section 121.22g1, to discuss employee actions concerning hiring, discipline & termination.

Additionally, the date of the regular monthly board meeting for March has been moved to Thursday March 18th at noo...

John Stowell

Clermont County Probate Judge James A. Shriver has appointed two new members to the Clermont County Board of Park Commissioners. John Stowell, a long-time resident of Miami Township, and Andrew McAfee, a life-time resident of Union Township have joined David Anspach, who has served on the board since 1997. This year, Anspach will serve as chairman and Stowell as vice chairman.

Stowell and McAfee ...

The Clermont County Park Board will hold a Special Board Meeting February 17, 2021 at Noon, at Pattison Park Lodge. Meeting will convene to go into Executive Session under Ohio Revised Code section 121.22g1, to discuss employee actions concerning hiring, discipline & termination.

50 year celebration poster of park

The past year, our 50th year anniversary, wasn’t quite what we’d expected. As we begin the new year, we take a look back at our once big plans for 2020 and new hopes for the future. For 50 years we’ve been intertwined in the fabric of Clermont County, and we hope to continue to preserve and protect Clermont County’s natural resources for many years to come.

Read more about us and the past 50 year...

Eastern Redcedar & Northern White-cedar side by side

Pine, spruce, cedar, fir, hemlock. All of these are evergreen trees but most do not grow naturally in Clermont County. Almost all of our evergreen trees were brought here from somewhere else.

Except for two. Those are the Eastern Redcedar and Northern White-cedar. Instead of the sharp needles you see on pines and many other evergreen trees, their branches bear scale-like leaves that are flattened...

An example of the old, faded mileage markers (left), Brendan painting the last marker (center), and part of the team painting a marker (right).

Visitors to the Williamsburg to Batavia Hike-Bike trail will find it easier to navigate their way. Brendan Baker, and his team from Williamsburg Troop 84, painted 60 new mileage markers along the trail for his Eagle Scout project.

He believes the mileage markers will help keep people using the trail safer. “My dad is a firefighter and we thought it would be easier for bikers that have wrecked on ...

Cohen lights flyer

Help us to keep holiday lights out of landfills. We’re partnering with Clermont SWCD, Adams-Clermont Solid Waste District, Cincinnati Nature Center, Pierce Township and Cohen Recycling making it easier to be green over the holiday season.

Anytime until Feb. 1 2020, free recycling of broken or unwanted holiday lights will be provided at the following Clermont County locations:

  • Sycamore Park, ...

Tail Trail logo

Don’t leave your dog at home.

The Clermont Park District partnered with Discover Clermont and several business across the county to create the new Tail Trail for area dogs and their human counterparts.

The Tail Trail includes dog-friendly hotels, patios, parks and paths all across the county. The best part? Your four-legged friend unlocks discounts and deals their people can enjoy at stops along...

cicada on leaf

The first buzzing of cicadas in the summer instantly brings what I assume to be some sort of placebo effect: once I hear their humming, instantly, I feel about 10 degrees hotter.

“Summer is here” they buzz in July, and it’s only going to get warmer and louder in the coming months.

The annual cicadas of the dog days of summer are one of the many misunderstood insects that some, if not most people...

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