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Any Delhi Township resident may reserve a picnic shelter one year prior to the current date. Bookable areas are very popular and may not be available on the date you wish. Please call the Parks Office for the quickest response to your shelter needs.
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While we all enjoy the wildlife in our Parks and also in and around Clearview Lake, please understand that they are wildlife and not under the ownership or responsibility of Delhi Township. Should you come across any deceased wildlife, please contact the Parks Department so we can properly remove it. If you come across any injured wildlife, you are more than happy to contact Delhi Township Parks Department but please understand that Delhi Township Parks staff are not permitted to interfere with wildlife and we need to reach out to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to assist us.
Pets are permitted in the parks; however, owners must keep pets under constant control and on a leash. Owners are also responsible for removal of all fecal matter.
Mutt Mitts are available at the beginning of trails at Story Woods Park.
There are five shelters in Delhi Park that are available for Delhi residents to reserve. Shelters at Story Woods Park and Five Points Park are public shelters and cannot be reserved.
The tennis courts are open to the public and do not require a permit to use. When there are more people that want to play than number of courts available, it is expected that those using the courts will give way to others after a reasonable time. This is typically either 3 games of tennis or one hour, whichever is the lesser.
Use of athletic fields is open to all park visitors. For specific use, practice for teams or games, permits will be issued for the time period requested. Permits are required for league use for both youth and adult sports. Permits are required for in season sports for all team practice times. Use of the lights located in some areas of Delhi Park must be requested as part of the permit application. Lights will be turned off at 11 pm.
To request a field permit, please call the Parks and Recreation Office.
For current field conditions please call 513-684-4263.
Delhi Township Parks has a 24 hour hotline for field conditions which can be reached via 513-684-4263 for the most up-to-date information.
Visit the volunteers page for more information about volunteering for the Parks and Recreation department
For the fastest service to reserve the Park Lodge or Senior/Community Center contact the Parks and Recreation department via their business hours.
Contact information can be found on the Parks and Recreation directory page.
The parks are open 365 days a year. Posted hours of operation are from dawn until dusk.
Delhi Park gates will not be locked unless requested to do so by the Delhi Township Administration, Public Works, Police or Fire Departments. Gates will also be locked if weather or unsafe road conditions warrant.
The Administrative Offices of the Delhi Township Parks and Recreation Department are located on the second floor of the Fire Headquarters at Station 33.
697 Neeb Road2nd FloorCincinatti, OH 45233
Call the Delhi Township Parks and Recreation department, visit the programs and events page, or check out the public events calendar.