The Clermont County Park District offers many wonderful opportunities to get outside for a passive recreation experience. Whether it’s fishing, hiking, bird watching, biking, or just a relaxing picnic lunch, the park district offers something for everyone.
Since the year 2000, the Park District has more than doubled in size with a total of over 550 acres presently. The largest addition in that time is the expansion of Sycamore Park which has increased from 23 acres, to nearly 200 acres, and includes the adjacent Wilson Nature Preserve.
The Park District’s naturalist staff conducts hundreds of programs each year to nearly 6,000 people. School field trips, bus tours to the Chilo Lock 34 Visitor Center and Museum, and guided naturalist walks are just a few of our many program opportunities.