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Why It's a Natural Treasure
With nearly 224 acres in Cincinnati’s Mount Lookout neighborhood, Ault Park is the fourth-largest park in the city. As urban greenspace, the park is an oasis for people and an important refuge for wildlife. Visitors might spot birds like mallards, bald eagles, wild turkeys and warblers. Deer and other wildlife can also be found amid the park's hilly oak-hickory-studded landscape.
Ault Park plays an important role in protecting the water quality of the Ohio River. With state and federal agencies, The Nature Conservancy is working on the Ohio River to improve habitat for mussel populations and native fish species like sturgeon and paddlefish.
What to See and Do
Stop by and see Ault Park's pavilion, where during summer months you might be able to dance to live music. If you're looking to move at a more leisurely pace, take a stroll through the formal gardens or hike one of the trails, such as Valley Trail.
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