Lindner Park and Nature Preserve – Cincinnati, Ohio - Atlas Obscura

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Lindner Park and Nature Preserve

Historical structures and natural wonders await visitors to this preserve.  


This property was once home to the Lindners, the founders of United Dairy Farmers. The location contains many abandoned structures ready to explore along its beautiful walking trails. From a picturesque abandoned pool, to an old seed store sign, ice house, and turtle pond, the location presents a unique opportunity to wander and explore. 

The trails are clearly marked and easily walked from start to finish in less than 30 minutes. There are also areas to have a picnic after a day of hiking the trails. 

Everything is open to the public except the house on the property. That is home to the caretaker and open by appointment only. 

Know Before You Go

There is a parking lot on site.

The trails are not easily accessible for anyone who has mobility issues. But the turtle pond and rose garden are easily walkable for anyone to enjoy. There are public restrooms and a covered picnic area. Park is open from dawn until dusk every day.

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