Eden Park–Presidential Grove
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About Presidential Grove
Eden Park is home to five memorial tree groves, the largest of which is Presidential Grove. Presidential Grove was established in 1882 when the first oak in memory of President George Washington was planted. This tree memorial includes a tree dedicated to every president of the United States.
From Presidential Grove webpage
About Eden Park
Home to the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and the Krohn Conservatory, Eden Park is one of the most popular of the Cincinnati Parks. Landmarks within the park include Hinkle Magnolia Garden, which features a picturesque gazebo, memorial tree groves and paths, Mirror Lake, and the Bettman Fountain.
Twin Lakes, once an old quarry, features two lakes, a footbridge and walking paths, an impressive view of the Ohio River and Kentucky, several sculptures and a playground. It’s a great spot for chess or launching model boats. Nearby is a 172-foot high Water Tower from 1894 and now used by the City of Cincinnati as a communications facility.
From Eden Park webpage
Restrooms on site.