things to do

new to the area?

You are invited to a new resident coffee to meet other new residents and learn more about the area. The coffees are held on a quarterly basis at 10:30 a.m. at Mason Community Center, 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road in Mason (adjacent to Mason High School). View the City’s website calendar for the dates for this year’s New Resident Coffee programs.

Refreshments will be provided and tours of the Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to the Community Center. Children are welcome!

The coffees are sponsored by the City of Mason and the Mason Deerfield Chamber of Commerce.

Check out the below opportunities to experience all that Mason has to offer.

Mason Community Center

Built in partnership with TriHealth and Mason City Schools, the Mason Community Center is one of the largest public recreational facilities in Ohio. No matter what your age, Mason Community Center has what you need to stay fit and active! Stop over and check out this unique partnership at the heart of Mason’s culture of wellness. Check out the fitness center, climbing wall, indoor pool, gymnasium, group exercise classes and more!

Mason Municipal Aquatic Center

The Mason Municipal Aquatic Center is the newest wave of wellness in Mason. Visitors to the leisure pool can experience the double flume slide, lazy river, tipping bucket, and an inclusive interactive splash pad. The enclosed 50-meter pool complements the City’s existing aquatic facilities and provides an additional opportunity for residents of all ages and abilities to learn how to be safe in the water. The enclosed 50-meter pool features a 705,000 gallon Olympic sized pool with a 7 foot depth. The pool’s movable bulkhead allows for an easy transition from one 50-meter pool to two 25-meter pools.

Mason Parks and Bike Path System

Residents and visitors have the opportunity to enjoy over 35 miles of bike trails in Mason including a connection to the Little Miami Scenic Trail providing over 110 miles of trails through five counties.

View the bike trail map here.

Corwin M. Nixon Park/Pine Hill Lakes Park

Guests visiting the new Aquatic Center can enjoy the walking/bike path trails just outside the east side of the facility.  The path winds between both parks with scenic views of Pine Hill Lakes and access to two playgrounds. Pine Hill Lakes playground includes new play structures, including a few al-inclusive play structures, turf, a new fence that enclose the playground, and a generous amount of shaded area.

Makino Park

Makino Park is a one-of-a-kind asset for Mason and the entire Greater Cincinnati Region. This all-inclusive park and playground was built in partnership with Makino, FC Cincinnati and the Mason Parks and Recreation Foundation.  The park encourages interaction and recreation opportunities that spans multi-generational users of all abilities in a peaceful and welcoming setting. Makino Park includes Common Ground Playground, FCC Field (a mini-pitch soccer field), a shelter area for gathering and programming, and restrooms all designed for park users to have an enjoyable experience.

Grizzly Golf and Social Lodge

The Grizzly Golf and Social Lodge offers a full round of golf, a 4-hole Academy course offering an option for new golfers or for those who don’t have time to play 19-holes, a driving range, practice areas, and the Great 18 Bar and Grill! The course sits just east of the Mason Municipal Center and is located at 6042 Fairway Drive in Mason.

Mason Downtown Small Business Community

Mason is home to a growing, eclectic mix of small businesses that contribute to the quality of life and sense of community. From quick on the go options to fine dining and shopping local, Mason has what you’re looking for!

Community Guide

Purchase a Come Together Mason e-gift card that can be used at over 80 small businesses in Mason.