Parks & Recreation

Due to social distancing concerns related to COVID-19, all tennis courts, outdoor basketball courts, shelter houses and playground equipment are closed until further notice. All park restrooms remain closed from the winter season (port-o-lets are available), but please plan accordingly with hand sanitizer.

Our parks are open for passive recreation only. Passive recreation includes hiking, fishing, biking, wildlife observation and walking. All programs continue to be cancelled until further notice. 

The Kenton County Public Works campus, which includes Parks & Recreation, is closed to the general public until further notice. For assistance booking a shelter house online, please contact (859) 392-1920.

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Welcome to Kenton County Parks & Recreation

Come out and play! Get outside and enjoy our seven areas of designated park lands, totaling nearly 500 acres of green space. Parks are open daily from dawn to dusk.