Monday, July 18, 2011

Mt. Echo Park

The 84-acre park was established in 1908 and got its name from the cliffs and the echoes they produce. The park has many amazing features to it like the overlook and the spectacular views of downtown, the Ohio River, and hills of Kentucky. There is also the beautifully arched pavilion built in 1929, the stone walls built by the WPA during the Great Depression, a historic picnic shelter, a playground, hiking trails, and plenty of lawn space for a picnic.


Mt. Echo Park is another one of the great parks that can be found in Cincinnati.

Mt. Echo Park
381 Elberon Avenue, East Price Hill

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