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Trammel Fossil Park

12026 Tramway Park Drive., Sharonville, OH
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Great little visit.

The fossils are abundant and easy to gather. People of all ages will find the shells and the thrill... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2017
Suzie H
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Ohio
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Fossils everywhere!

There is a parking lot, and then a hill that looks like a rock quarry. You can't step without... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2017
sbuehrle
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Atlanta, Georgia
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12026 Tramway Park Drive., Sharonville, OH
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Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

The fossils are abundant and easy to gather. People of all ages will find the shells and the thrill of the hunt enjoyable. Big deal that it's surrounded by an industrial park! Bless this wonderful couple for donating the acerage so people can enjoy it...More

Thank Suzie H
Reviewed 10 July 2017

There is a parking lot, and then a hill that looks like a rock quarry. You can't step without seeing at least a partial fossil. We even found one whole one. It was so much fun. But hot. No shade. Still worth it, especially with...More

Thank sbuehrle
Reviewed 9 June 2017

We were travelling around the area visiting state parks.....and saw information on this location. It sounded interesting.....so we stopped in. The park is fairly small.....but it has great signage describing the various layers you were looking at. Some of the slopes are a bit steep....so...More

1  Thank Ken C
Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

I was impressed with this gem of a park! Informative signage detailing the local fossils and layers that are exposed. A great place to take kids and educate them on Cincinnati's ancient past and the creatures that lived here. The hillside is steep in places...More

1  Thank CincySnowbird
Reviewed 18 April 2017

The fossils you will spot are small shells embedded in the loose rock. You are allowed to take a sample with you if you'd like. Not too much to see, though. I was hoping to spend time an hour or so at the park, but...More

Thank davidpA5482DE
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

I'm pretty proud of this little gem in Cincinnati because my grandfather donated the land to the city of Sharonville. It's a great family Legacy for us and a very cool place for everyone else to check out fossils and learn about different layers of...More

6  Thank H9751ANjefft
Reviewed 26 February 2017

Climbing the hill is good exercise. It is nice on a sunny day. It was a pleasant experience. I will come back again.

1  Thank James G
Reviewed 3 December 2016

park is nice. I didn't get much opportunity to surf around but had fun to stay around for couple hours.

Thank ricky102016
Reviewed 6 November 2016

Hubby and I stopped as part of trip from Ohio to KY. Was great place to stretch legs, get out the trowels and play for a bit. Saw a few families who were enjoying the park as well. This is a good activity on a...More

1  Thank davliwoods4
Reviewed 17 October 2016

This is a really cool place for those who like to find fossils. We stepped out of the car and everywhere we looked there were rocks with fossils. You don't even have to dig for them but you can if you want to. There was...More

Thank Drawalrat
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samchiang
26 October 2016|
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Response from Sunnie L | Reviewed this property |
Not conveniently. The 67 runs through Shraonville but only during rush hour and the stops are not on Hauck road to my knowledge.
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Stephen G
29 August 2016|
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Response from mei_purba |
It is open throughout the year. Nobody's patroling the area. It's pretty much self service park. It has public restroom, water fountains.
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Lv2trvl1031
16 March 2016|
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Response from lemartin96 | Reviewed this property |
I'm believe the park is open year-round. It's an open park without a gate or anything so I don't think it really ever closes.
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