- TripBuzz found 151 things to do with kids in or near Fairfield, Ohio, including 139 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cincinnati, Mason, Newport and West Chester.
- From Waterworks Park to Northwest Lanes, the Fairfield area offers 75 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Parks, Mini Golf and Flea Markets.
- Fairfield, OH is only about a 30 minute drive from the thriving Cincinnati. Whether the family is up for mini golf, playing in the park, or fishing at Marsh Park Fishing Lake, Fairfield has plenty to offer. Events that encourage community fun and involvement are a staple in Fairfield, including movies in the park, fireworks, pumpkin patches, and regional arts fairs.
Featuring a full range of park amenities, Cottell Park offers soccer fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, a walking path, fishing pond, picnic shelters and playground. The centerpiece of the park is the historic Snyder House, available for rental.
A 16-screen movie theater, Regal Deerfield Towne Center Stadium 16 displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers stadium seating, arcade games and a concession area with food and beverages.
Run by the Mason Historical Society, Alverta Green Museum is a Victorian style mansion that displays artifacts from the era. Visitors can sign up for a group tour of the home's major rooms, including the dining room, kitchen, and bedrooms.
As a recreations center, Mason Community Center has amenities like an aquatics facility, fitness center, gymnasium, and more. The center has a teen lounge called the Edge, that features a climbing wall and exergaming units.
The 10 acre Schappacher Park Dog Run features a 20,000 sq ft. dog run with amenities for humans as well, including playgrounds, picnic shelters with grills, restrooms, and a small stream amongst mature oak trees.
An independently operated cinema multiplex, the Kenwood Theatre features first run movies using modern digital projection technology. The theater also shows one-off viewing events and offers traditional amenities like a snack bar and valet parking.
Home to the county's first quilt barn, Fleckenstein Park is located on 50 acres and provides baseball and soccer fields along with tennis courts. The park also offers a children's playground, a walking path, picnic areas and restrooms.
Once a private recreational space, Pine Hill Lakes Park features two miles of nature trails, two fishing ponds and wooded areas. The park's Pine Hill Lodge offers nature activities and learning programs and views of the park's wildlife habitat.
Filled with oak trees planted by citizens, Heritage Oak Park commemorates America's Bicentennial with heritage trees. The park has various sports fields and courts for soccer, tennis, and basketball activities.