Sycamore Park

Sycamore Park
4082 OH-132
Batavia, Ohio 45103
Sycamore Park webpage
Sycamore Park map

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Sycamore Park
Coordinates: 39.0646482, -84.1900349
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About Sycamore Park
The oldest park within the Clermont County Park District, Sycamore Park is a popular place for summer picnics. The park expanded in 2003 when 30 acres of land was purchased and added to the existing 23-acre parcel. The Park recently expanded again in 2009 with the addition of the 105-acre “James L. and Frances Wilson Nature Preserve” making it the largest park within the Clermont County Park District. The park and nature preserve offer over four miles of hiking trails with scenic views along the East Fork of the Little Miami River. The forest floor is carpeted with wildflowers during the spring months.
From Sycamore Park webpage

Restrooms on site.