Community Guide

Lakeside Park

Lakeside Park, KY

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Introduction

This small, desirable community has long been known as one of Northern Kentucky’s premier neighborhoods. It was established as a town in 1930 and is a Northern Kentucky “garden spot”. Lakeside Park is primarily residential with 2,700 residents and only three business sites.

Summary

As the name suggests, there are many lakes in the area, and homes have been built to take advantage of the views. Through the years Lakeside Park has experienced growth, but has retained its strictly residential character and park-like look. Classic older neighborhoods with winding tree lined streets open to newer areas with large brick homes on well landscaped spacious lots. The rich, natural loveliness that abounds here makes Lakeside Park the ultimate in gracious living.

Transportation

T.A.N.K. serves the area, and quick access to I-75 takes you downtown in 10-15 minutes. I-275 allows quick access to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to the west, and Anderson, Ohio to the east.

Hospitals

The hospitals are St. Elizabeth Medical Center South, St. Elizabeth Medical Center North, St. Elizabeth West, St. Elizabeth East and the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Children’s Hospital Outpatient Northern Kentucky is located in nearby Crestview Hills and its main campus is located in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Shopping

The Crestview Hills Town Center is located in this area. A 10-15 minute drive will place you in the major shopping areas of Cincinnati or the Florence Mall.

Recreation

Lakeside Park is close to private Kenton County swim clubs and country clubs, public golf courses and parks. The private Five Seasons Country Club offers indoor/outdoor tennis and swimming, as well as an indoor/outdoor jogging and fitness track. The community hosts events at nearby Ft. Mitchell Park as well as the City Building.