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Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park

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1001 Riverside Dr, Cincinnati, OH
+1 513-352-4080
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Great park

This park is right on the riverfront. It has walking and biking trails as well as benches. You kind... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Cincinnati, OH
Worth a visit

I stopped here on a recent visit to see family in Cincinnati. We did not walk too far as it was 97... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kim W
St. Louis, MO
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1001 Riverside Dr, Cincinnati, OH
+1 513-352-4080
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Reviewed yesterday

This park is right on the riverfront. It has walking and biking trails as well as benches. You kind of forget you are in the city.

Thank trooper912
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I stopped here on a recent visit to see family in Cincinnati. We did not walk too far as it was 97 degrees outside, but I am eager to come back and more thoroughly explore this area the next time I am in town. The...More

Thank Kim W
Reviewed May 21, 2017 via mobile

There is free parking at the Friendship Park .This is a small lot located on River Road next to Montgomery Inn Boathouse. This is a shady river walk that has a lot of interesting sections of Gardens that represent different parts of the world that...More

Thank Christine S
Reviewed April 30, 2017

We love to walk this park. The folks who are responsible for maintaining it do a wonderful job. The flowers are beautiful, the grass is cut, there is no litter. A real treat!

Thank Li0nFishhunter
Reviewed January 17, 2017

Beautiful place to hike along the river. With the expansion of the walkway and completion along the Banks of Smale Park and beyond this is a GREAT place to get out and enjoy the beauty of Cincinnati. Many interesting tidbits along the path and the...More

Thank donau2015
Reviewed November 1, 2016

I love everything about this park - I love no matter how many people are visiting, it feels spacious and always well kept.

Thank Amanda K
Reviewed October 21, 2016

Located along the banks of the Ohio River, this park is at the far eastern end of the Ohio River Walk. Broken into several sections, its landscape represents a variety of international countries. It is an easy walk, peaceful, beautifully landscaped. Free parking available to...More

Thank Michael O
Reviewed August 23, 2016

We've been visiting this park for many years, it's my favorite one in downtown area. It has everything: the views, bike rentals, art and the most amazing landscaping around. It has also developed quite a bit in the last few years, so there's more and...More

Thank chuchke
Reviewed July 27, 2016

Toured this park for the first time on a Segway! Wonderful ride through a truly lovely park! Paths meander along the beautiful Ohio!

Thank Linette C
Reviewed July 10, 2016 via mobile

This park is adjacent to other parks along the Cincinnati riverfront. The area is peaceful and well-developed. There is a really cool mirror that exhibits interesting optical effects. Take some time here during your next visit to downtown Cincinnati.

Thank LiketoeatCincinnati
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