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Clippard Park

Clippard Park, a 15 acre park located near Bevis Elementary School with entries on Dewhill Drive and Bevis Lane, originally opened in the 1970′s.  In January 2008, Colerain Township started the process of redeveloping the park by holding the first of five public meetings to get input from residents.  The community’s input was used to develop three conceptual plans incorporating suggestions given at the meetings.  The plans were first presented to the Board of Trustees on May 13, 2008 for their input.  After minor tweaking to the plans, a final concept plan was accepted.  Brandstetter Carroll was hired to design the formal plans for the redevelopment which would include an additional five acres being purchased in part by a NatureWorks grant through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Construction began in July 2009 and was complete in September 2010.


Monica Pierce

Friday, June 8, 2018
I love this park. Its a hidden gem. Can get crowded at times but everyone my kids and I have encountered have been friendly. I love the walking trail and soft ground park. The free water park is nice as well.

Daniel Norris

Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Love having this park around the corner from us! We can't wait for the water part to open up, it's always a great time in the summer. This park has everything a small neighborhood needs and more! Everyone here is always very nice which is a plus 😀

Rashad Robinson

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Its a really nice park.. But on really nice days there is alot of people there. There is a skate park and baseball field and a track. But its too crowded for me. I would give it 5 stars otherwise.


Sunday, June 17, 2018
Some free fun!!! Love this place its clean large enough for the kids and parents

Ali Mader

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Super nice park. Tucked away in a residential area so it's not overly crowded

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