At 161 acres, William Harbin Park is Fairfield's largest park.
See for Miles
Harbin Park is home to one of the most spectacular views in the City of Fairfield.
The park's scenic overlook provides a bird's eye view of the City of Fairfield, looking north into Hamilton.
Harbin Park trail map
View a map showing the location of park trails, shelters and recreation areas.
Where is it?
William Harbin Park is located at 1300 Hunter Road. View map.
Sports Enthusiasts Take Note
Harbin Park features a venue for sports of all sorts, offering everything from volleyball courts to soccer fields.
Basketball courts await a game of one-on-one, while tennis courts tempt you to grab your racket.
Ball diamonds, disc golf course, sledding hill and playgrounds complete the park's amenities.
Biking and Walking Trails
Bikers and hikers alike will appreciate the paths Harbin Park has to offer. The fitness trails provide an excellent opportunity to walk, jog or run. Bring the family for a bike ride or take in all that nature has to offer while hiking through Fairfield's largest park. Map of Biking and Walking Trails.
Harbin Park, features an 18-hole course designed in cooperation with the Greater Cincinnati Flying Disc Association. Click here for more information about the Northern Lights Night Flights series brought to you by Sweetees Disc Golf and Fairfield Parks & Recreation.
Harbin Park offers 12 picnic shelters, each holding up to 50 people, available for group use. Shelter house fees are $35 for residents and $50 for non-residents. There is a shelter house fee of $10 for residents on weekdays after 5 p.m., however residents are not charged for shelter use on weekdays before 5 p.m.
For more information about the shelters or to reserve a picnic shelter, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 513-867-5348 or email@example.com.