Burnet Woods Birdwatching Group

1st and 3rd Sunday of the month; 9:00AM

Explore what feathered friends are nesting, resting or hunting the tree canopy of Burnet Woods. Walk will be on and off paths and trails. Meet outside of Trailside Nature Center. Suggested entrance to park is the Ludlow/Jefferson Avenue entrance. Binoculars are recommended. Free. Want to know what birds you might see? Click here for the Spring Migration list!

Nature Hikes w/ Dr. Conover

Almost every Sunday; 2:30PM

Join Dr. Denis Conover of U.C. to learn about the trees and wildflowers of Burnet Woods as they transform through the seasons. This peaceful and informative walk is very popular with our local naturalist community. Walk will be on and off trails, and may include steep hills. Please wear close-toed shoes appropriate to hike. Long sleeves and pants are recommended. Meet outside Trailside Nature Center. Free.

Full Moon Social Walk

New Dates Coming Soon!

Enjoy moonlight and nature at night in Burnet Woods! This casual walk will begin at the ‘Shakespeare Bench’ next to Graeter’s on Ludlow. From there, we’ll walk through the bustling Clifton business district to Burnet Woods, where we’ll enjoy a leisurely stroll to the bandstand and lake. Walk will be 1.5-2 miles with some stops for pictures. Free.

Disc Golf Group

Returning Spring 2023!

Bring your discs and join in a friendly game of disc golf. Beginners welcome! The Disc Golf Course starts at the park entrance closest to MLK & Clifton. Tee #1 is across the road from the Richardson Monument inside the park. Free.

Disc Golf Course News: Upgrade & expansion is complete! New tee pads & baskets are in on all 18 holes. Updated tee signage and maps coming soon – check out UDisc in the meantime.

Give an Hour: Litter Pick-Up

Group dates returning Soon!

Every hour makes a difference! Help us keep Burnet Woods a clean and safe park for our community. Close-toed shoes and gloves are required. We will have disposable gloves and bags, but not litter sticks/grabbers. Note: Picking up litter is physical work which involves repeated bending, crouching and reaching, as well as carrying a garbage bag.


Sats 5/20 & 6/17 from 9AM-NOON!

Our 2021 Habitat Heroes Team logged ~ 400 volunteer hours clearing honeysuckle and porcelain berry vines from the Barred Owl trail and the eastern side of the Lake. These hours represent a value close of over $10,000 in invasive species removal for Cincinnati Parks. The team is dedicated to education and sweat-effort in improving the ecology of Burnet Woods through removal of invasive plants that choke out our native trees and wildflowers. Join the team by sending an email to