Mason Ohio

The city of Mason is a rapidly growing and progressive community with an industrial base. Mason is recognized by many as the resort area of southwest Ohio. The Mason real estate market continues to be a popular place to live. Single family homes range from $140,000 – $2 million. Mason homes for sale continue to sell.

Most children attend Mason City Schools although some attend Kings Local School District. Parochial and private schools options are available.

Mason operates the Mason Community Center and owns six parks equivalent to 242 acres.
The Mason Community Center is 15,000 square feet and is partnership with the Mason City School District and also the city of Mason. Mason schools are rated “Excellent”. There is leisure pool, competition pool, fitness room, weight area, walking track, group exercise rooms, play area for children, meeting rooms, gymnasium and rooms reserved for older adults. There are many recreational, fitness and educational programs and events scheduled each year at the Mason Community Center.

Heritage Oak Park is Mason’s largest park. They park has athletic fields which make it a busy place for all ages. The Lou Eves Municipal Pool is at Corwin M. Nixon Park, which is near Pine Hill Lakes Park. These parks offer recreation options and passive activities such as fishing and nature trails.
Pine Hill is the site of the annual summer Sunshine Concert series held at theamphitheatre. At the Frank Hosea Woods you will find a paved bike path. Meadow Park offers a handicap accessible playground.

Mason offers recreational attractions such as Paramount’s Kings Island Amusement Park, and 3 public golf courses.
Cincinnati and Dayton attractions are only half an hour away.

Premier businesses contributing to the success and growth of Mason are Cintas Corporation, Mitsubishi, Procter & Gamble’s Health Care Research Center, and Luxottica.
City of Mason spreads over 11,200 acres and is home to approximately 25,000 people and about 500 businesses.

Mason School District is rated “Excellent”. See the school report links under “Local school” and “Links” tab. Most children attend Mason City Schools, and some attend Kings Local School District. Parochial and private schools are also available in Mason.

Paramount’s Kings Island Amusement Park, The Beach Waterpark, and The Golf Center at Kings Island are among the prominent recreation destinations in Mason. Mason is home to the world-recognized Tennis Masters Series-Cincinnati as well as several well-loved local annual events.

The City of Mason offers programs for residents, from the Citizen’s Police Academy to youth sports, nature programs, and adult enrichment classes, from swimming lessons to senior travel.

The Lou Eves Municipal Pool has Diving boards, eight 25-meter lanes, zero depth entry, tot pool, grass beach, playground, 150 ft water slide, shade shelters, and a snack bar and eating area make the pool ideal for your entire family.

The City of Mason has parkland and recreational programs for everyone. There are six parks, totaling 242 acres, and are home to athletic fields, basketball and picnic shelters, tennis courts, fishing lakes, playgrounds, hiking trails and an award-winning swimming pool. Some parks have picnic and other facilities that can be reserved. Recreational activities and special events occur in the parks all year round. Tennis fans enjoy world-class tennis each summer with the Western & Southern Financial Tennis Masters and Women’s Open. The AVP Pro Beach Volleyball again returns this year. Concert series features performers of various musical genres. Concerts are currently held at Pine Hill Lakes Park on Sunday evenings in the summer. In July, the Red, Rhythm & Boom Independence Day celebration has nationally known stars in Mason.