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Badgley Run Park

Badgley Run Park is a small park in Northside named after Robert Badgley, one of the early settlers of Cumminsville, Cincinnati. This park is a narrow strip of forest tucked away on one of Cincinnati's steep hillsides. Badgley offers a brief escape into a beautiful natural landscape within a suburban neighborhood and features a variety early successional native trees.


The southern entrance to Badgley Run is on Washburn Street just west of its intersection with Kirby Road. This park has undergone significant restoration within the last few years, providing yet another model of how concerted efforts between volunteers and the Cincinnati Parks Department can yield impressive results. 

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