Cincinnati accommodates sports fans and players, the latter with a world-class golf course and the former with spectacular stadiums that house great football and baseball clubs.

Both the players and the park are reasons to go to a Cincinnati Reds game.  The Great American Ball Park has stunning city views and pays homage to the team’s rich history in its architecture, structural art, banners and mosaics.  The Ohio River home of such recent greats such as Johnny Bench, Pete Rose, Eric Davis, Barry Larkin and Ken Griffey Jr.. The current pitching and hitting roster includes rising stars such as Joey Votto, Jay Bruce and Johnny Cueto. And don't worry, there are plenty of things to do in Cincinnati when you are in town for a game. You can even find Cincinnati Reds itineraries on some area websites.

The Paul Brown Stadium , only a half mile away from the Great American Ballpark, hosts the Cincinnati Bengals on its own riverfront acreage.  Holding 65,000-plus fans, the venue opened in 2004 with state of the art turfing, scoreboards, and player facilities.  Bengals history was intermittent between until 1967, when Hall of Famer Paul Brown re-launched the club into league play.  Though they have never won a Super Bowl, they have made a couple of appearances, which is more than many cities can boast.

The Western & Southern Open, played at the Lindner Family Tennis Center located in Mason, is one of the top tennis tournaments in the world. This one-of-a-kind international event features the top men's and women's tennis players in the world. Many of the games greats - Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, Lindsay Davenport, Serena Williams and more - have all played on center court. Tickets and hotels go fast for this week-long event, so plan your trip well in advance.

For individual sports play, hit the links at Legendary Run Golf Course, the most acclaimed course in the region.  A public course of hundreds of acres, Legendary Run provides all sorts of amenities beyond its 19 holes, including complimentary coffee and well-equipped shops and food service.

If you want do something unique and exclusive try EarthJOY Tree Adventures. Here you will climb a tree attached to a rope and saddle. This gives you the freedom to explore the tree. Learn to climb, swing and rappel. Try out some of the favorite moves like the super swirl twirl and the famous spiderman or just simply relax in the hammocks 50 feet in the tree. You can start with an hour and half tour at AJ JOLLY PARK.

If cycling is your passion, hit the Loveland bike trail.  Located about 20 miles outside of the city in the quaint town of Loveland, the 70-mile flat, paved trail comes alive in the summer with people cycling, rollerblading, horseback riding, and a few out for a pleasant stroll along the LIttle MIami River, one of the nation's historic and scenic rivers.

Whether on business or just stopping by, there is much in the way of active relaxation to be experienced in Cincy.