As the oldest park, Sharon Woods has a rich history of providing great recreational opportunities like fishing, boating, golfing and hiking.
Sharon Woods is a popular 730-acre park that features a visitor center with exhibits, gift shop and the Adventure Station, an accessible two-story indoor play area for children ages 2-12. The park is a popular spot to exercise outdoors with a 2.6-mile paved multi-purpose trail around the lake, a 1.0-mile fitness trail and the 0.7-mile Gorge nature trail. Reservable areas include the Lakeside Lodge, as well as shelters and picnic areas, with Great Parks Catering available.
If you are looking to rent a row, pedal or pontoon boat, try stand-up paddleboarding or rent a bike for the day, the boathouse is the place to go. Located on 35-acre Sharon Lake, it provides easy access to recreational water activities and a beautiful view of the water.
As Great Parks' oldest and most popular course, Sharon Woods Golf Course provides challenging play with rolling hills and beautiful views. The classic 18-hole course has been rated four stars by Golf Digest and has award-winning PGA Professionals.
The harbor area is the hub of the park with a snack bar, large playground, water feature play area for kids and plenty of seating for a fun picnic.
Heritage Village Museum
The Heritage Village Museum is a recreated 1800s community featuring historic buildings within Sharon Woods. The grounds of Heritage Village are leased by Historic Southwest Ohio (HSO), a non-profit organization dedicated to preservation of 19th century life.
Sharon Woods is a popular spot to exercise outdoors with a 2.6-mile paved multi-purpose trail around the lake, a 1.0-mile fitness trail and the 0.7-mile Gorge nature trail.
Adventure Station Indoor Playground
Located in the Sharon Wood’s Sharon Centre, the Adventure Station is a fun and exciting place for children ages 2–12 to play.
Sharon Centre features nature exhibits, live wildlife, a gift shop and an accessible two-story indoor play area for ages 2-12 that is popular during winter or those hot summer days.
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