Visit the 49th floor Observation Deck for panoramic views of the region, this is the second tallest building in Cincinnati. It is said that this French Art Deco design was used as the model for the Empire State Building in New York City.
Dayton KOA just outside of Dayton, Ohio, offers full hookup sites in a place with a "woodsy" feeling. It's almost like camping in a national park, with plenty of trees for shade. The pull-through sites have lots of space, and the campground staff will lead you to your site. Back ins are level and gravel. Each site has a fire ring. There is plenty for kids to do here including playing basketball, fishing in the pond, or swimming in the large swimming pool. There is a playground, mini golf and a cafe. Bathrooms are clean and well-kept, and the staff are friendly and helpful. Bikes, peddle boats, and golf carts are available to rent, and staff will deliver firewood to your campsite. There is a calendar of events happening here all season, so you will never be bored, and the camp store can supply your camping needs. The campground features picnic areas, cabins, tent sites, and open pavilions. The beauty of this place will surprise you.
Buck Creek State Park
A few miles east of Springfield, Ohio, is located the beautiful and well cared for Buck Creek State Park, with lovely green lawns affording plenty of space between the camping sites. Suitable for both RV access and tented camping, the campground at Buck Creek State Park offers plumbed restrooms with hot showers, a laundry, hookups with 30 amp electric, and a family friendly environment where pets are also allowed. A big rig will be able to get in here, but unfortunately there are no pull throughs, although the pads are blacktop and mostly level, and some of the sites are really close to the lake. Plenty of shade, beach access, a boat ramp and marina, plus walking and biking trails make for a pleasant outdoor stay, whether you're here for a night, or for a whole season. The sites are very secluded and quiet, and the park is well maintained.
Winton Woods Campground
Just north of the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, in Hamilton County, is the beautiful Winton Lake, and located in the heart of the greenbelt surrounding the lake, is the Winton Woods Campground. Set in a pine grove on the shores of the lake, and within easy walking distance of Winton Woods Harbor, the campground is a well laid out park with paved roads, and creates a camping haven for visitors to Hamilton, Ohio. Since the campground also caters for tented camping, not all the sites are pull throughs, and not all are equipped with service hookups, but those that do also have a fire ring and picnic table, are paved, and are suited for big rig access. The campground also has free wifi, plumbed restrooms with hot showers, a playground area, as well as walking trails, and access to the lake via a boat ramp. Set as it is in a metropolitan area, the long, winding lake is really beautiful, and is fantastic for kayaking and fishing.
Cedar Brook Campground
Located in the heart of Ohio?s family fun parks and 30 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. This park offers spacious sites for RVs up to 45 feet in length, swimming pool, playground, Cable TV, WI-FI, camp store, laundry, firewood and more. Enjoy nearby amusement parks and casinos. A family friendly RV rental destination.
Previously a passenger railroad station this multi-museum offers interesting Art Deco architecture to admire. Inside you have a choice between Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science and an OMNIMAX Theater. There are 1.8 million artifacts, works of art to discover.
One of the top zoos in the country, the Cincinnati Zoo offers educational opportunities where you can learn about conservation of endangered species, have encounters with animals, enjoy a family fun train ride, or delight in the 4-D special theater. Or check out exhibitions such as World of the Insect, Monkey Island, Cat Canyon and so much more.