Make Dad Feel Special with These 3 Father’s Day Activities in the Cincinnati Area

June 13, 2017

Fathers-Day-Activities-Cincinnati.jpgFather’s Day presents another opportunity to show your dad how much you care. Check out some of these events around the Cincinnati area and make arrangements to spend a memorable afternoon with the important dad or dads in your life.

1. Run a Virtual Father’s Day 5K

The Father’s Day 5K is a virtual race that’s held to support Team Hoyt, a charity that works to build confidence and self-esteem in the disabled. Once you’ve registered for the 5K, you can run anytime and anywhere you’d like. You simply report your personal 5K online. Registration is just $17, and every participant receives a medal and bib.

If you’re looking for a place to get your miles in, the Voice of America Park, just 8 minutes from Springs at Liberty Township has a loop that’s roughly 1.3 miles. The Francis RecreAcres, just 5 minutes from Springs at West Chester, has a mile of easy trails.

2. Dine at Prime
580 Walnut St Suite S100, Cincinnati

Prime Cincinnati is offering a $25 gift card for Father’s Day. Bring dad in for a delicious steak dinner and he’ll leave with a gift card toward his next meal. This steakhouse offers hearty entrees dad will love, like Prime Short Rib with bacon risotto or the Filet Trio featuring three beef tenderloin medallions. With a broad menu of surf and turf, you can’t go wrong.

3. Take a Cruise
101 Riverboat Row, Newport KY

BB Riverboats is offering two special cruises on Father’s Day. The brunch cruise boards at noon and sails from 1 to 3 p.m., and the buffet meal includes biscuits and gravy, Applewood smoked ham, waffles, scrambled eggs, beef tips, egg noodles and more.

The dinner cruise boards at 4:30 p.m. and sails from 5:30 to 7:30 in the evening. This features items like marinated chicken, salmon, three-cheese macaroni and green beans. Book now to secure your spot.

How will you celebrate Father’s Day around Cincinnati? Share your plans and ideas in the comments section below!New Call-to-action

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