Cincinnati Family Magazine

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September 30, 2022

Child’s Play for Little Ones

Take your little ones on adventures that are perfect for their tiny bodies!

CHILD-FRIENDLY PARKS

West Fork Park
4764 West Fork Road, Cincinnati
A handicap accessible park built for sensory-sensitive children.

Julif’s Park
8249 Clough Pike, Cincinnati
The 26-acre park has a tricycle track, pretend gas pumps, a wet playground and more.

Home of the Brave Park
11605 Lebanon Road
Tiny tots can run around in the wet and dry playland.

Woodland Mound
8250 Old Kellogg Road, Cincinnati
Paved trails for strolling, plus Parky’s Wetland Adventure playground.

Tower Park
900 S. Fort Thomas Ave.
Large shelter areas and a playground perfect for babies, tots and older kids.

CREATIVE PLAY, ETC.

Cincinnati Nature Center (pictured above)
4949 Tealtown Road, Milford
Share nature with your babe by registering for one of the upcoming fall programs.

Cincinnati Museum Center
1301 Western Ave., Cincinnati
Eight educational-themed play areas, kids’ programming and more.

Taft Museum of Art
316 Pike St., Cincinnati
Activities, animal encounters and 3rd Sunday Fundays. Also, Taft Jr. for ages 3 – 5.

Red Balloon CafÉ and Play
6200 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati
Open-ended play for ages 1 – 6 plus programming like Zumbini, Yoga Tots and more.

Totter’s Otterville
4314 Boron Drive, Covington
A new sensory area, open space for creative, pretend play, plus a baby room for the littlest explorers.

Carol Ann’s Carousel
8 E. Mehring Way, Cincinnati
Ride the merry-go-round and get soaked on the splash pad.

About the Author

Amanda Hayward

Amanda Hayward is editor of this publication. She is from Cincinnati, Ohio, a military wife and mom of three. If she's not writing for Cincinnati Family, you'll find her running, juggling kids, teaching group fitness classes and cooking up healthy recipes.