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February 4, 2023

Summertime at Cincinnati Sports Club

Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, the Cincinnati Sports Club is known for its plethora of indoor and outdoor activities and constantly improving facilities.

“We recently expanded our outdoor area to include a zero-entry pool for the little ones, an extended deck for the adults, a new splash pad, natural turf area, outdoor chess set, foosball and ping pong tables, and an Imagination Playground for creative builders,” said Julie Goodchild, Club Manager. “The Club continues to develop its indoor and outdoor facilities, and we’re growing our busy social calendar to include more outdoor summer activities – those are member favorites.”

Last year, the Club saw more than 500 people attend their Poolside Summer Happy Hours each week, which happen every Friday night beginning at 5:30 p.m. from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The party is free to members, and a big draw for families, as they have a little something for everyone.  Each week has a different theme for kid’s activities in the kid’s area. Adults can relax in the adult-only area with a frosty beverage from the outdoor bar while rotating acts provide live music. Various restaurants from around the town offer tasty noms needed to complete the perfect poolside experience.

There’s more to summer than fun in the sun, though. The Children’s Center inside the Club offers a broad variety of full and half-day camps for children ages 3 to 13, including soccer, tumbling, racquet, tennis and kids sports.  As well, the Club has partnered with local businesses and kids’ attractions, bringing traveling field trips to the facility.  Early registration is key for most of these camps!

Although membership is required, the Cincinnati Sports Club makes an extra effort to provide an accessible opportunity for everyone. The Club offers a “Summer-Only” membership, which allows people to enjoy all indoor and outdoor benefits of the entire Club between now and Labor Day. For more information, visit or call 513-527-4000.

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