Warren County is home to Kings Island™ (KI), one of the Midwest’s largest theme parks. Proudly voted “Best Kids Area in the World” for six years in a row, KI boasts an award-winning water park and more than 80 rides and attractions. Be sure to check out the spooky side of Warren County when KI transforms into FearFest™, the Midwest’s Largest Haunted Playground featuring 11 horrifying attractions and Nick-or-Treat for the little ones.
Splish and splash in tons of water fun at The Beach Waterpark. The Beach takes families to a tropical paradise with white sand, cool water, real palm trees, and more than 40 rides and attractions. Don’t miss when this tropical paradise transforms into a wintry wonderland every holiday season with Holiday Fest at The Beach. Laugh and play with the kids as waterslides become toboggan runs, wave pools become ice rinks, and the park is illuminated in millions of sparkling lights.
Kids will howl loud at Great Wolf Lodge. With over 400 lodge-themed suites, where kids get their own sleeping area complete with TV and video game consoles, you can’t help but get excited about this place! Get soaked in one of America’s largest indoor water parks, measuring 78,000 sq. ft., with eleven waterslides, six pools, an interactive treehouse waterfort, 410,000 gallons of heated water and 84° temperatures year-round.
Warren County also plays host to major world-class sporting events. The Western & Southern Financial Group Masters Series and Women’s Open features elite players the likes of Roger Federer, Andy Roddick, Lindsay Davenport, and Rafael Nadal. Watch these competitors as they bring their power to our courts each summer for highly energized matches guaranteed to entertain! The Labor Day weekend heats up with more sporting action at the Cincinnati AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Championship Series. This high energy experience features the top 150 men’s and women’s professional beach volleyball players battling it out California-style!
For history lovers, Warren County has much to offer. The Golden Lamb Inn & Restaurant, Ohio’s oldest continuously operating inn, serves delicious American fare to diners. First opened in 1803, this historical icon has hosted many notable guests such as Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Henry Clay, and twelve U.S. presidents. Other Warren County historical highlights include: Fort Ancient, North America’s largest prehistoric Indian hilltop enclosure; Underground Railroad tours in Springboro; and the Warren County Historical Society Museum, home to the largest display of Shaker artifacts in the country.
With all this to do and more, it’s no wonder we’re Ohio’s Largest Playground!
It’s a big county – come out and play!