Every fall the Cincy region comes to life with breathtaking views and colors. We've put together a list of the best places to see Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky on fire every autumn.
Boone County Arboretum
They call it a living museum for a reason. With more than 3,600 trees and shrubs, the Boone County Arboretum features everything from ginkgo and maple to redwood and crabapple trees. There’s also a Children’s Garden and a wildlife viewing area.
Loveland Bike Trail
Part of a 70-mile paved trail that follows an old railway line through the Little Miami Scenic State Park, the Loveland Bike Trail is a beloved outdoor attraction. Cruise the scenic route, breathe the crisp fall air, and make a pit stop in the charming town of Loveland.
Mt. Airy Forest
View the fall foliage from up high at Mt. Airy Forest, which has miles of hiking and bridle trails and Ohio’s only wheelchair accessible public tree house. Also, the pups can run in the enclosed dog park and you can play a game of disc golf.
Sawyer Point & Yeatman's Cove
Sharon Woods spans 730 acres and offers a variety of wooded trails to explore while enjoying the beauty of the season.
Shawnee Lookout: Miami Fort Trail
Hear the songbirds and migrating warblers as you trek to the top of the Miami Fort Trail. The first overlook features a view of the Miami River Valley, and on a clear day you can see the Whitewater River.
Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum
The 733-acre Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum features some of the largest trees in the state. During the autumn months, the leaves turn striking shades of orange and yellow, offering the perfect backdrop for a leisurely walk.