Important COVID-19 Resources

The Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau is carefully monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on a local level. Below are a number of resources visitors, residents and business owners may find helpful during these times:

Forced to close or delay their openings in mid-March due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Kings Island, Great Wolf Lodge, Miami Valley Gaming and more popular Warren County attractions will soon reopen for guests under new health and safety protocols. Please reference the information below when planning your upcoming Warren County fun:

Kings Island
The largest attraction in Southern Ohio, Kings Island will reopen its gates to season pass holders July 2-11, before reopening entirely July 12. The park will be introducing a new online reservation system, touchless temperature screenings, enhanced cleaning procedures and more safety measures. Orion, the park’s new 300-foot steel roller coaster, will make its long-awaited debut on July 2. Due to the park’s shortened operating schedule, season passes purchased for its 2020 season will also be honored in 2021. Learn more at

Western & Southern Open
The Western & Southern Open – played each August at Warren County’s Lindner Family Tennis Center - is scheduled to take place August 20 - 28  at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City. No spectators will be in attendance. The tournament will return to Warren County in 2021. Learn more at

Opened Already – The following have opened to guests and will continue to adhere to State health guidelines:
Great Wolf Lodge
Miami Valley Gaming
Caesar Creek State Park
Morgan’s Outdoor Adventures
Rivers Edge Outfitters
Little Miami Canoe Rental
Lazer Kraze
The Little Miami Scenic Trail
Numerous golf courses

Plans Pending – The following are still reviewing plans to reopen:
Ozone Zipline
Ohio Renaissance Festival (scheduled to kick off September 5)
Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve
The LM&M Railroad
Numerous museums and performance venues

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine granted all restaurants and bars in Ohio the ability to reopen for indoor dining, outdoor dining, delivery and carry-out service on May 21, 2020, as long as they adhere to the State's health and safety guidelines. Please visit the DINE section of our web site for a full list of Warren County eateries, and contact each restaurant specifically with any questions regarding their current offerings, operating procedures, etc.

Owned and operated by the Warren County CVB, The Warren County Sports Park at Union Village (WCSP) was also forced to suspend activity in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak. Currently, the WCSP is hosting baseball events and training for other sports only, but will soon host events and activities in additional sports, such as soccer, lacrosse and ultimate. Please contact Scott Hofmann with any questions regarding specific events.

Given the directives of Ohio’s Stay at Home Order, the offices of the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau will be closed for the time being.

The Warren County Health District is issuing regular updates regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact here locally. Visit their web site here.

The Ohio Department of Health is issuing regular updates regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact hon the state. Visit their web site here.