Wildlife and waterfowl in Hamilton? You bet. Not to mention challenging golf courses, a beautiful amphitheater, and all the scenic and sports-related advantages of life along a riverfront.
With more than 150 acres of natural beauty, hikers and nature-lovers can discover peaceful hiking and miles of paved pathways on the scenic banks of the Great Miami River for walking, biking or in-line skating. Hamilton’s Parks and Recreation Division maintains nearly 1,400 acres of land.
Need space for a meeting, wedding reception or picnic? Hamilton’s 40 recreational facilities include 25 neighborhoods parks. With four major picnic areas, each park is equipped with picnic tables, shelters, grills, restrooms, playground equipment and parking facilities. You may also want to consider the beautifully restored Michael J. Colligan Lodge for organizational meetings and social events.
Hamilton Parks and Recreation Division's mission is to enhance the quality of life of our community by providing diverse recreational facilities, programs and services and preserving and developing our natural resources.