BOB MEYER PARK
The Parks and Recreation facilities and programs are a strong focal point in our community. With area sports, special events, garden and civic clubs, community projects, and other activities, Sycamore Township now owns eight parks, offering residents a wide range of amenities. You can find facilities from shelters to baseball and soccer fields to meeting rooms to botanical gardens and more. Our parks are home to many growing sporting events throughout the year. They also host the annual Festival in Sycamore and Twilight Concert Series. The Sycamore Township Board of Trustees is dedicated to providing top notch facilities and equipment to our residents and neighbors.The park grounds and facilities are maintained by the Township maintenance department, which takes great pride in the appearance of our parks and the safety of the equipment.
We hope that you'll check each park page to see the wonderful opportunities available to our residents and neighbors. If you have any questions or comments about any of our facilities, programs, or any matter concerning the Township's Parks and Recreation Department, please call Parks and Recreation Director - Mike McKeown at 792-7270.
Located at 8511 Sturbridge Dr. behind Rockwern Academy, the 7 acre Bob Meyer Park is named after longtime Trustee Bob Meyer, who served Sycamore Township well for many years from the mid 1960's to the mid 1980's.
4 – Baseball fields
•Children's play area
Parks & Recreation Director
8540 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236