Regional Attractions

roller coasterAdventure

For the adventurous resident, there is Kings Island Amusement Park and The Beach Water Park.


For the sports-oriented family, Cincinnati is host to two professional teams including the NFL Cincinnati Bengals and the NL Cincinnati Reds.


balletIf education is what one seeks, Cincinnati has a wonderful Natural History Museum, Children’s Museum, Art Museum, Contemporary Art Center, and Fire Museum.


The cultural benefits of living near downtown are excellent. Cincinnati has its own world renowned ballet and symphony orchestra or try the Playhouse in the Park, the Ensemble Theatre or the Aronoff Center for world class drama and musical entertainment.

Parks and Recreation

In addition to Montgomery’s great park system, the Hamilton County Park District is well known for its golf courses, fishing lakes, playgrounds and picnic areas. However, more than 80% of parkland is preserved for natural habitat, such as prairie and wetlands, and wildlife. Providing a variety of habitat is the most successful way to encourage wildlife to thrive.

nature sceneThe Cincinnati area parks and recreation facilities are spectacular.  New on the riverfront is Smale Park which features including fountains, walkways, gardens, event lawns, playgrounds and restaurants. This park will soon join such exciting recreational resources as Bicentennial Commons, Eden Park and Ault Park in the Cincinnati Park system. Additionally, residents have easy access to the Hueston Woods State Park located in Oxford, Ohio, an approximate one hour drive from Montgomery.


The Cincinnati area offers a variety of shopping to please the most discriminating shopper. Harpers Point, Rookwood Commons, Kenwood Towne Centre and Tri-County Mall provide a wide range of specialty and department stores on a regional basis. Additionally, a variety of outlet stores await the serious shopper in Washington Court House, Monroe and Jeffersonville, Ohio.