Lou Hartfiel Memorial Park


Mission Statement:
 It is the mission of the City of Crescent Springs to enhance the quality of life in the community of Crescent Springs through the proactive development of comprehensive facilities and program services in our Community Park.

The Community Park is located at 800 Buttermilk Pike, covering approximately eleven acres at the intersection of Buttermilk and Collins. This beautifully maintained park features a nationally recognized 9/11 Memorial, the Kenton County Veterans Memorial and the Charters of Freedom.  The city is in the process of researching the replacement of the playground equipment with a new state-of-the-art, all inclusive playground. The Park also includes a 1.5 mile wood chip and asphalt paved walking nature trail, a swinging bridge, full-size basketball court, and individual picnic tables and grills situated throughout the Park.

In addition, the Park provides three shelters for visitors to use. More information and shelter availability can be found on our Reserve Park Shelters page.   Anyone visiting or utilizing the Park must comply with the Park Rules and Regulations.

Have pets? Our park is also pet-friendly, but animals must be on a leash, and we ask pet owners to be courteous and to clean up after their pets.  Pets are not permitted on the playgrounds.

Permits are required for use of the Soccer Field. Permits may be issued for one-time, unorganized play, but are not issued for organized, recurring activities.  For questions regarding the soccer field please call the City Building at 859-341-3017.