Quality Inn & Suites
1805 Airport Exchange Blvd
Erlanger, KY 41018
Phone: (859) 746-0300
Fax: (859) 746-0777
Cincinnati Gymnasium and Athletic Club was established in 1853. In 1983, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on account of its unique architectural style. This 1850s club continues to serve the city and is equipped with swimming pool, running track, boxing equipment and so forth; it also features an on-site restaurant and bar.
Spread over 1500 acres (610 hectares) of land, the Mount Airy Forest features a landscape used for hiking, horse riding and golf. There is also beautiful gardens and an enclosed dog park. The scenic view of the lake makes it a favorite location for weddings and special events. This forest in on the National Register of Historic Places.
Started in 1880, right after the introduction of tennis into America, the Cincinnati Tennis Club is still one of the prominent tennis clubs in the city. This historical club is equipped with modern amenities and also hosts social events throughout the year. For membership information and other details, please check website.
Family fun park featuring a gigantic pool and many classic rides and attractions. Bring the whole family and have a good time. The Grand Chapiteau at Coney Island has a full schedule of performances, concerts and events, so make sure you check the website for more information.
Often claimed to be the "birthplace of American paleontology", Big Bone Lick State Park was established on site of an ancient salt lick, which probably lured many animals. Perhaps best known for the wide range of fossils it incorporates, it is home to a 1000-pound (453.5 kilograms) mastodon skull, which occupies a place of honor among all of its displays. Apart from that, the Discovery Trail that's included in the park displays diorama and recreations of many prehistoric animals such as the bison, ground sloth, woolly mammoth and lots more. Apart from the many trails it offers, the Big Bone Lick State Park also includes a campground which finds many takers during pleasant weathers.
While visiting Indiana in winters, if you are on the lookout for snow sports, then head over to Perfect North Slopes. The establishment of this ski resort can be attributed to the Perfect Family, after whom the slopes are named. Since opening in 1980, Perfect North Slopes have been offering visitors various trails for skiing; however, around 20 years later, in 2002, permits for snowboarding on their slopes have been granted.