Montgomery Park

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Montgomery Park sign5 acres, on the corner of Montgomery Road and Schoolhouse Lane. (directions) Paved trail .36 mi or 1907 feet

Montgomery Park is a favorite destination for kids, walkers, knothole baseball, basketball and picnicking, not to mention sledding in the wintertime.

July 3 concert at Montgomery Park

Montgomery Park is host to the July 3rd Concert and Independence Day Festival each year and the new pathway is lined with games for youth and vendors selling food and drinks as part of this great hometown event.  The natural bowl shape of this park provides the perfect seating option for the free July 3rd Concert which draws 2500+ guests to hear the patriotic songs performed by the Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony Orchestra.

Tee Ball Game
Part of the Independence Day Festival is the popular ALL STAR tee-ball championship game played on the ballfield diamond in Montgomery Park.  Also, kids of all ages pack the park on snowy winter days to sled the hillside on tubes, saucers and kneeboards.  A tot-lot and school-age playground offers challenges and adventure for kids of all ages and the sand tables make for great imaginative play.

Picnic shelter at Montgomery Park

Montgomery shelter

Montgomery Park has a large picnic shelter that is reserveable at no charge. Reservations for this shelter can be made online or in person at City Hall starting in March for residents only.

Also in this park is the Recreational Annex building.  Buried in the hillside, this garage turned multi-purpose room is home to a variety of fitness, art and fun class options for all ages.  Being situated right behind City Hall and in the center of town, this park is a popular destination for family picnics, school class parties and pick-up basketball games.

Children playing in snow at Montgomery ParkThe fun doesn’t stop when summer is over, this park is a favorite destination for winter sledding fun.

Sledding at Montgomery Park

Newsletter articles that have appeared in the Montgomery Bulletin on Montgomery Park:

Wildlife, look don’t touch

Montgomery Park October 2012

Montgomery Park June 2012

Montgomery Park January 2012