A yearly tradition in Cheviot is the Harvest Home Parade and Fair. Held the weekend after Labor Day, this event is the true marker of the beginning of fall to many west-siders. Marking their seating spaces the evening before the parade, thousands of spectators line the streets to greet the floats and other parade participants. This annual community reunion has been dubbed ‘’the biggest little fair and parade in Ohio’’ and features more than 200 units in 10 divisions in a procession that includes marching bands, antique cars and clowns. Following the parade, the fair opens for the weekend with games, livestock and rides held at the Harvest Home Park.
The Bicentennial Splash Park is located at Harvest Home Park providing cool fun throughout the warmer months. A community swimming pool is also located in Harvest Home Park.
The Cheviot Memorial Fieldhouse has basketball and volleyball facilities as well as a meeting hall. Nearby athletic fields are available for baseball, football and soccer.