Best parks to go to this summer near Wellington Place apartments

Spending a warm summer day by a sparkling pool on a sundeck sounds pretty dreamy, right? Luckily for residents of our apartments and townhomes in Mason, you can do that every single day. And when you feel like surrounding yourself with a bit more nature, letting the little ones run loose, or you want to get those lungs pumping, there are lots of gorgeous parks nearby with green space, trails, and more. Here are some of the best parks to go to this summer near Wellington Place apartments.


Meadows Park

You’ll only need to drive 15 minutes before you reach Meadows Park. Established as Mason’s first city park in 1954, the 5-acre green space boasts a basketball court, swing set, and sprawling fields for picnics and games. Learn more about Meadows Park on the City of Mason website.


Corwin M Nixon Park

Less than five miles from our apartments and townhomes in Mason is Corwin M. Nixon Park. Home to the new Mason Municipal Aquatic Center, it’s the ultimate destination for the summer season. In addition to aquatic fun, the park offers paved paths, soccer fields, baseball fields, grilling and picnic areas, play areas, and more. See all of the amenities of the park and other details on the website.


Kingswood Park

Just up the street from Wellington Place is the easily-accessible Kingswood Park. Find peace and serenity as you walk the 3+ miles of trails beneath towering trees and amongst beautiful gardens. This former golf course offers a community garden, Farmers Market, Little Free Library, and other perks. You can also pack those fishing poles and cast a line at the catch-and-release pond. Learn more on the Kingswood Park website.


Thomas P. Quinn Park

Named after the developer, Thomas P. Quinn Park features an accessible playground for children with special needs along with tennis and basketball courts. This 10-acre park is located just over five miles away and is another fantastic option for when you want to get outside and play. Head over to the park’s website for all the details.


Pine Hill Lakes Park

Adjacent to Corwin M. Nixon Park, Pine Hill Lakes Park is yet another outdoor option for those sunny, beautiful summer days. Known for butterflies in the open meadow and the shaded wooded areas, it’s truly the ideal destination for rest and relaxation. Visitors will also find two miles of nature trails, two fishing lakes, and the Pine Hill Lodge, built in 1943. Learn more about this 82-acre park on the official website.


Having access to both urban and natural areas is considered a perk to many – and you can have that when you live at our apartments and townhomes in Mason. Stop by Wellington Place apartments today to tour the property and our luxurious floor plans.

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