A list of the top places to visit this summer in Butler County. We looked a our list of places to visit on a Staycation in Butler County and compiled the top places from each part of Butler County.

If you have friends or family visiting, this is the list to use to prove to them that Butler County is the best place to live in the country.

From Web website

The Web Extreme
7172 Cincinnati Dayton Rd, West Chester Township, OH 45069
This indoor recreation spot has electric go-karts, putt-putt, laser tag, mini-bowling & an arcade.  They have great daily specials that make having fun on a budget work.

  • BOGO Mondays: buy any attraction and get a second one 50% off
  • Token Tuesdays: get $5 in game credits (free tokens) for every $10 game credits purchased
  • Combo Wednesdays: bundle your fun with two attractions, 10 tokens, a calzone, and a fountain drink—all for just $17
  • Laser Web Thursdays: play laser tag all day for only $18
  • Friday Night P.O.P.: Pay One Price on Friday night and get unlimited play on all the attractions from 9 PM until Midnight. Only $20

EnterTrainment Junction
7379 Squire Ct, West Chester Township
EnterTrainment is simply mind blowing. When you walk inside you know that it was created by someone who had a passion and love of trains. The displays and intricacy of detail are overwhelming.  Every time we visit the world’s largest train display, we see something new.

It is a great way to spend an entire day. In addition to the train display, they have an indoor play area called Imagination Junction, a giant play area (don’t forget socks) and several museum sections. Those are all included in the basic ticket. There are a lot of add-ons including the A-MAZE-N FUNHOUSE and an audio tour of the display,  that can get overwhelming if you a]are at the ticket window. My advice is to look at the options and buy your tickets online in advance. They also have Groupons sometimes to help with the cost of the visit.

The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting
8070 Tylersville Rd, West Chester Township, OH 45069
The Voice of America Museum is only open the third Saturday of the month from 1 -4pm, but it is worth making the time to go through. It was interesting to see the kids, who have had a phone in their hands since they were little understand how long it took to get the technology in their pocket. They learned about the history of broadcasting, how lucky they are in terms of technology and how important this area was to WWII.

Start Skydiving
Middletown Regional Airport, 1711 Run Way Middletown, OH 45042
Skydiving is on a lot of people’s bucket list. You can cross it off right here in Butler County. Start Skydiving is housed in the Middletown Regional Airport.  Start Skydiving is ranked at the #1 Drop Zone in the world. It is where the region goes to skydive.

If you aren’t ready to take the plunge, pack a lunch and head to Smith Park, you can see the skydivers all day.  It is fun just to watch too.

From Rivertown Barrel House Website

Rivertown Monroe Barrel House
6550 Hamilton Lebanon Road Monroe, OH 45044
Rivertown Monroe Barrel House. with a 30 tap bar, 24 tap patio and table service! A variety of freshly brewed, handcrafted Rivertown liquid on draft in addition to guest brews, cocktails, wine and soda. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Open play video games and pinball machines.  Tours of the brewery are offered, go backstage to see how the beer is made, tickets are $10 per adult, kids are free.

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park
1763 Hamilton Cleves Rd, Hamilton, OH 45013
Adults: $8.00. Children (6 – 12): $3.00. Children (5 and under): FREE
Pyramid Hill is an outdoor museum focusing on monumental pieces of sculpture in an environment of meadows, forests, and various gardens. We also feature a 10,000 square foot Ancient Sculpture Museum displaying Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Etruscan sculpture thousands of years old. Mon – Fri 8am – 7pm | Sat & Sun 8am – 5pm.  On Wednesdays, during the summer they have fun kid activities.

Bonus museum – ANCIENT SCULPTURE MUSEUM – Open 12pm – 5pm Daily.  The park opened the Ancient Sculpture Museum in 2007, which houses a collection of Greek, Roman, Etruscan, and Egyptian sculptures dating to 1550 B.C. These pieces are in unique juxtaposition to the modern outdoor sculptures. Admission to the Ancient Sculpture Museum is included in park admission.

Holiday Auto Theatre
1816 Old Oxford Road State Route 130 Hamilton, Ohio 45013
Go to the Drive-in!  Holiday always has the latest movies that your family wants to see, double feature style. Tickets are Adults $8.75 / Children 4-11 $5.50 / Children 3 and Under FREE, bring your own food, Food Permit: $5.00. Take a late dinner and go to the movies.

Jungle Jim’s
5440 Dixie Hwy, Fairfield, OH 45014
Jungle Jim’s is one of the premier food shopping experiences in the country. Find anything from any part of the world. Jungle Jim’s has monthly events featuring food, craft beer…or bacon (it’s own food group.)  It’s a great place to visit and find something new to try or to cook. Visit regularly.

Wake Nation
201 Joe Nuxhall Way, Fairfield, OH 45014
Wake Nation Cincinnati is the first and only full-sized cable wake park in the Midwest! Our park allows both beginners and experienced riders to wakeboard, water ski, kneeboard, and wakeskate on our 10-acre lake, WITHOUT a boat!

Hueston Woods State Park
6301 Park Office Rd, College Corner, OH 45003
You don’t need to go very far to head to the beach, go to Hueston Woods. Hueston Woods State Park, located in Butler and Preble counties, is nearly 3,000 acres of natural resources for outdoor recreation, such as hiking, fishing, canoeing, and unique to this region — fossil hunting. The park surrounds 625-acre Acton Lake, with campsites, cabins, and a resort lodge to entice the overnight visitor.  Golf, conference center, archery, backpacking, mushroom hunting – want to do outdoors, head west to Hueston Woods.