Welcome to the Anderson Township Park District!
Register now for winter youth sports leagues!
- HS girls basketball grades 9-12
- Boys recreational basketball grades 3-6
- Girls recreational volleyball grades 2-6
- Boys competitive basketball 8U/10U/12U
- Girls competitive volleyball 10U/12U/14U
Board of Park Commissioners
Click here for the latest meeting schedule and minutes.
Park levy withdrawn from upcoming ballot
The Board of Park Commissioners made the decision at the October 13, 2015 park board meeting to withdraw the park district's levy from the November 3, 2015 ballot...more info
Have you collected all eight code words from the park district's new GeoTrail? If so, you qualify for the trackable geocoin! Purchase one for $10 at the RecPlex office (6915 Beechmont Ave.) during regular business hours. Questions? Call (513) 388-4513.
The sun in the logo glows in the dark!
Kellogg Park Gets Its First-Ever Playground!
Looking for a new place to play? Visit Kellogg Park's first-ever playground! Located at 6701 Kellogg Avenue, the new playground sits to the left of the concessions/restroom building, in front of the Dog Field. This exciting addition was made possible by a Land and Water Conservation Fund matching grant, administered by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Pickleball Courts Open for Play
Clear Creek Park is now home to six brand new pickleball courts! Pickleball is a sport that combines tennis, badminton and Ping-Pong, and it has been growing in popularity around the country.
Courts may be reserved by calling the park office, 513-474-0003.
2016 Dog Field Permits
2016 permits are on sale now!
Everyone knows pooches love to play! The Dog Field at Kellogg Park is fun for you and your dog. Features include a 4-acre, fenced, off-leash area complete with a doggie drinking fountain... more info
Park Safety Reminder
The Hamilton County Sheriffs' Department has reported multiple car break-ins in the area, including the parking lots in the Anderson Parks. Please remember to lock your vehicle and do not leave any valuables in your car. This includes purses tucked under the seat.
If you see any suspicious or simply "out of place" activity, please report it immediately by either calling 911 or The Hamilton County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 513-825-2280.
Who's the apple of your eye?
We continue to fund-raise for the farm-themed Juilfs Park playground, and our “Apple of Your Eye” Tribute Tree is the perfect, meaningful gift for any occasion!
Starting at $100, we offer three apple sizes and a leaf for you to purchase and inscribe with a message for someone special in your life... more info