Cheviot Memorial Fieldhouse has basketball and volleyball facilites and a meeting hall. Located at 3729 Robb Avenue, the fieldhouse serves as an ideal place to hold a dance or wedding reception. Adjacent to the fieldhouse are athletic fields
for playing baseball, softball, football and soccer. The city's municipal tennis courts are right next to the building as well. On the front of the building are memorial plaques that honor the men and women who served their country in both WWI and WWII and those who made the supreme sacrifice. Also in front of the building is Commemorative Plaza, where engraved bricks purchased by citizens in 1993 to honor Cheviot's 175th birthday are placed. The Cheviot Fieldhouse now has a new distinction. As of April 1, 2009, the fieldhouse has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Thanks to Steve Neal for his efforts in leading the campaign in this accomplishment.
Harvest Home Park, located at 3961 North Bend Road, is the site of the annual Harvest Home Fair. The park offers playground equipment, picnic facilities, 3 shelters, a lodge/meeting hall with kitchen facilities and attached picnic shelter, a dance barn, baseball and softball diamonds, horseshoe pits and a walking path with 12 fitness stations. Throughout the summer months, numerous churches and organizations use Harvest Home Park for their festivals and picnics, so there's something happening just about every weekend. For more information and to make reservations on any city facility, contact Harriet Greene at (513) 661-2700.
The Cheviot Municipal Swimming Pool is located at the southern end of Harvest Home Park and features a bath house, concession stand and a waterslide. Hours of operation for 2016 are as follows: Monday-Sunday Noon-8:00pm from June 4th through August 21st. The pool is managed by the City of Cheviot.
If you're out looking to take a stroll through the city, why not consider taking one of the walking paths that are located in the city. A downloadable map can be found here.
A popular event in Cheviot and Green Township is the annual Harvest Home Fair (noted as the "Biggest Little Fair in Ohio"), held the weekend following Labor Day. The Fair is sponsored by the Cheviot-Westwood Kiwanis Club and all procedes go back to the community.
The Fair is kicked off every year by a 2½ hour parade through downtown Cheviot and ending at the fairgrounds.
The City of Cheviot has partnered with Cheviot Game Time Sports Bar &
Grill to allow residents to use the outdoor volleyball court on Saturdays
between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. This arrangement came about
through the City's participation in Hamilton County Public Health Department's
"WeThrive!" grant, which promotes healthy lifestyles. Game Time
is located at 3613 Harrison Avenue. Their website is www.gametime2012.com.
There are plenty of youth sport leagues year-round in Cheviot. These sports include baseball, basketball and soccer. Then, being only fifteen minutes from downtown Cincinnati, there's professional sports consisting of the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals as well as intercollegiate sports with the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University.