Anderson Parks

Clear Creek Park: Info

News
Permeable pavers add additional parking
In 2014, the park district found partners to help to provide 110 more paved parking spots for Clear Creek patrons. As an added bonus, the permeable pavers installed will help eliminate surface water pollutants and reduce surface runoff water into the Little Miami and Ohio rivers. Click here to learn more about the benefits of permeable pavers.

Permeable paver project was financed in part through a grant from the Ohio EPA.



Location
6200 Batavia Road (SR 32)
Cincinnati, Ohio 45244

The Park is open from dawn to dusk by permit use only. No practices or games may take place on these fields without a permit. It is closed during the months of December, January, February, and March.

Size
127.4 acres

Opening Date
1996 

Acquisition
The park was initially purchased as 2 individual tracts of land: The Ragland tract and the Burger Tract.  The Ragland Tract was purchased by the Anderson Township Trustees on January 24, 1992. The Burger tract was jointly purchased in April of 1993 by the Anderson Township Trustees and the Anderson Township Park District. The Trustees deeded this property to the ATPD in late 1993.  

Description
102 acres of land near the Little Miami River is the current site of up to 23 soccer/lacrosse/rugby fields, plus an award winning “Oasis” which houses concession and restroom facilities, landscaped arbors, and a hexagonal pavilion. Lacrosse fields, Rugby fields, and Football practice areas are available upon request.

The 2,250 foot link of the Ohio River to Lake Erie Trail was made possible by a matching grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.