We are not currently accepting shelter reservations at this time due to COVID-19.

Over 50 acres of parkland were created in the Village. These spaces are for the enjoyment of all Mariemont residents. The Carillon is located in the Bell Tower at Dogwood Park. Carillon concerts are conducted every Sunday throughout the summer months. The woods are excellent for nature study, while the open areas provide wonderful spaces for all recreational activities.

The Tot Lot, located at the corner of Pleasant Street and Wooster Pike, provides safe and fun facilities for young children. Sports recreation facilities are provided at Dogwood and Ann Buntin Becker Parks.

The park areas & shelters may be reserved for private events. They may NOT be used for private events without a reservation.

  • Alcoholic beverages are NOT permitted in any Village park.     
  1. Village of Mariemont residents may reserve many parks and shelters at no cost. Non-residents are required to pay a $50 fee in advance.
  2. To reserve a park area or shelter, please click here(currently disabled).
  3. Make sure to include your name, your address, a contact phone number, and your email address. If you do not have a credit card or would like to pay by check you may call the Village office at 271-3246, option #3, to make a reservation.
  4. When your reservation request has been processed, you will be sent a confirmation receipt by email. Please print out this receipt and take it with you on the day of your party. You may be asked to show this confirmation to a police officer if there is any dispute over the use of the park/shelter. Be sure to check your spam/junk email box.
  5. If you reserve a park and/or shelter for a private event, please make sure to bag your trash and take it with you. In this way, the area will be clean for anyone wanting to use it after your party . . . and the raccoons will not be tempted to have a ‘party’ of their own.
  6. If you are reserving the shelter in Dogwood Park and there is a Bell Tower concert in progress, please do not use the ball field. The noise at the ball field keeps concert-goers from being able to hear and enjoy the music. (Most concerts take place at 7 PM on Sunday evenings from Memorial Day through Labor Day and in the afternoon on holidays.)

Mariemont Recreation Association LogoOrganized programs for children interested in sports are available through the Mariemont Recreation Association. Click logo to visit the Association’s web site

Reservable Shelters

Our Parks Include:

Mariemont Parks CollageIsabelle Hopkins Park – on the corner of Wooster Pike (US 50) and Pocahontas Ave.

Jordan ParkMiami Road just west of East Street

Trolley Turn-Around ParkMiami Road at Murray Avenue

Dale Park & StatuaryWooster Pike at Plainville Road

Ann Buntin Becker ParkLanes C & B (Between Beech and Oak Streets)

Patriots ParkLane F (Between Elm Street and Wooster Pike)

BoathouseWooster Pike at Pleasant Street

Bell Tower Park3725 Pleasant Street

Dogwood Park Baseball Fields, Walking Trail, Bird/Wildlife Sanctuary – 3721 Pleasant Street

Concourse ParkMiami Bluff Drive at Center Street

South 80 Gardens and Walking Trails Park South of 6000 Mariemont Avenue (Park in pool parking lot)

Paul Prevey Bird Sanctuary – Just east of 7060 Mt. Vernon Avenue

Livingood ParkMiami Road at Mt. Vernon Avenue

Madisonville Site – Adjacent to Community Pool at 6000 Mariemont Avenue

Mary Emery Park Madisonville Road at Plainville Road (adjacent to Tennis Courts)