Sawyer Point Pickleball Courts Grand Opening

Sawyer Point Pickleball courts after renovations

 Join City leaders, Parks officials and pickleball enthusiasts for a short program followed by a ribbon cutting to officially open the new pickleball and tennis facility along Cincinnati’s riverfront on September 9 at 9am. Check out the newly renovated Sawyer Point Courts to incorporate brand new pickleball courts, a new state of the art surface,…

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Grassroots Fundraisers Rally for Pickleball Renovations

People playing Pickleball at Sawyer Point

Pickleball is a wildly popular sport sweeping the nation. It inspires comparisons to badminton, ping pong, and tennis. Played as doubles on a badminton-size court (1/3 the size of a traditional tennis court), players strategically hit a light plastic ball over a net. The Economist has named pickleball as the “fastest growing sport in America,”…

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Pickleball At Sawyer Point

SAWYER POINT PICKLEBALL Pickleball is a growing sport bringing the community together in Cincinnati. With help from community donors, we are making improvements to the Pickleball Courts at Sawyer Point. Your support can help ensure these courts are a vibrant community asset for years to come. Visit the “Pickleball at Sawyer Point” Group Website Sawyer…

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Community Initiatives

Community Initiatives Many projects and programs within Cincinnati Parks are community-driven. To assist groups who do not have a 501(c)3 status, we lend administrative support to community projects which have been approved by the Cincinnati Park Board. These community groups make use of our fundraising platforms and we act as fiscal and administrative stewards. We…

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Resolve for Wellness in Cincinnati Parks This Year

A group of people posing for a picture in the woods

January is a time for resolutions and pledges to new habits in the new year.  It’s no secret that many will flock to the gym floor and crowd fitness classes as part of a commitment to improved health as we turn the calendar page to 2023. According to a CBS News poll, the most popular resolutions for the new year typically involve improving health and physical fitness. However, a new poll from Forbes Health found that more and more people are resolving to focus on their mental health, with more than half of respondents between the ages of 26 and 41 looking to improve their mental health in 2023. Although there are numerous resources for both physical and mental health, it’s likely you have access to something that can help you fulfill those new year’s resolutions within steps of your front door–a Cincinnati Park! 

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Roller Skating at Sawyer Point

People roller skating at Sawyer Point

Roller Skating at Sawyer Point Grab your roller skates and head downtown for a new skate series at Sawyer Point series! You’ll enjoy the waterfront breeze as you skate Cincinnati’s largest roller rink. Meet new friends, exercise, and enjoy a beer or ice cream while you watch the sun go down. Bringing roller skaters together.…

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New Skating Series is Rolling into Sawyer Point

Two pairs of roller skates

Grab your roller skates and head downtown for the Sunset Skate at Sawyer Point series! You’ll enjoy the waterfront breeze as you skate Cincinnati’s largest roller rink. Meet new friends, exercise, and enjoy a beer or ice cream while you watch the sun go down. The Sunset Skate at Sawyer Point series is bringing roller…

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Oak Society

OAK SOCIETY Members in the Oak Society have given major gifts of $5,000 or more in support of Cincinnati Parks. It is through their goodness, that we are able to make improvements to neighborhood parks. On behalf of our team and Board of Directors, we thank the Oak Society for supporting our mission. Below is…

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