Life in Mason is close to all you need. Attractive and diverse neighborhoods in a variety of housing styles, top schools, recreation, medical facilities, transportation, shopping, dining, cultural attractions, and sports are all within easy reach.

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Mason’s Community Center is dedicated to bringing the latest in family recreation to area residents at a reasonable price. The city’s City of Mason Golf Center is a regional 18-hole championship course that has been played by the best of the PGA, the LPGA, and the Senior PGA TOUR for the last 30 years

Mason is located in southwest Warren County, where tourism is the top industry.  The city is home to several of the midwest’s premier travel destinations, including Kings Island amusement park, Great Wolf Lodge Conference Center and Indoor Water Park, and The Beach Waterpark. The Warren County Convention & Vistor’s Bureau, along with the CincinnatiUSA Convention & Visitors Bureau, have numerous packages for conference and discount adventures for you or your guests.


Look no further than Mason for the Western & Southern Open to bring top men and women tennis players from around the world to compete in this annual event. One of only nine ATP events, Mason is on the list with Paris, Madrid, Shanghai, Toronto, Rome, Monte Carlo, Miami, and Indian Wells, CA.

Mason is also the destination for many regional tournaments each year, from high school and collegiate levels to youth sports.

Professional sports lovers are less than an hour away from a seat in the stadium to watch the Cincinnati BengalsFC Cincinnati or the Cincinnati Reds.

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From local high school plays and community theater to Broadway productions and professional arts, Mason residents have easy access. Cincinnati boasts the Cincinnati Symphony & Pops Orchestra, Cincinnati Opera, Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati Ballet, the annual Broadway Series, ArtWorks, and art galleries in addition to outdoor events that include the Taste of Cincinnati, Riverfest, and Flying Pig Marathon. Many other events, galleries, and performances satisfy a wide variety of tastes.


Mason’s history is preserved by the Mason Historical Society in their museum on Church Street in downtown Mason. You can expand your outlook to the world by visiting the Cincinnati Museum Center (which includes the Cincinnati History Museum, Museum of Natural History and Science, and the Children’s Museum as well as an OMNIMAX® theater,) Newport Aquarium, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati Art Museum, Krohn Conservatory, Cincinnati Observatory, and others.


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