Warren County CVB Monthly E-Newsletter - June

June 16, 2021


Top News Stories from May


Western & Southern Open to return at full capacity


Midwest a top destination for post-pandemic travelers


Ohio tourism attractions ready to welcome back visitors




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Updates from the Warren County CVB 


Summertime fun is finally heating up!

Dear Warren County Tourism Partners, 

We hope this newsletter finds you all doing well and celebrating the steady recovery our travel industry continues to make each and every day.

While we certainly still have work to do, we can't help but be excited by the positive progress we're seeing all across our county.

Coaster fans are once again flocking to Kings Island. Great Wolf Lodge's parking lot is packed. Annual events are announcing their comebacks, outdoorsy sites are bustling with visitors, and our local shops and restaurants are welcoming back more and more guests with each passing day.

With people nationwide now itching for adventure and the peak of our summer travel season just around the corner our team here at the Warren County CVB is doing everything we can to keep Ohio's Largest Playground top-of-mind for prospective visitors.


As you work to do the same for your individual businesses, please let us know if we can help in any way.

Thank you all for your continued partnership. We look forward to working together even more in the brighter, fun-filled days ahead!


Get your events on our online calendar!


Have an exciting festival, concert or other big happening on tap for later this year? Complete our online submission form at your earliest convenience to get your event listed on our event calendar.

Please note that while we try to include as many events as possible, restrictions do apply and only events that could appeal directly to out-of-town visitors will ultimately be featured.



Get your 2021 Visitors Guides!


Need more copies of our 2021 Warren County Visitors Guide? We've got you covered! Contact Nichole Detamore to let us know how many you would like and how you'd like to receive them.


Thank you once again to all of the advertisers who made this special publication possible.





Tourism News Clips - May 2021

WCCVB Leisure Marketing Department News


Ohio Tourism Day: Warren County

700 WLW's Bill Cunningham Show, 5/3
(Interview begins at 1 Hr. 34 Min.)


Let's Go to an Amusement Park!, 5/3


4 Options for a Thrill-Packed Getaway!, 5/3


Operation Getaway: Midwest is top travel destination during pandemic, 5/3


Official promote new Ohio Professional Golf Trail as part of state's tourism recovery, 5/3


Explore 10 Family-Friendly Zipline Parks Around Ohio, 5/13


Good Day Columbus: Ohio Tourism Day

Fox 28 Columbus, 5/5


After closing due to COVID, tourist attractions in Ohio are ready for visitors, 5/14


This is what summer 2021 will look like in Dayton, 5/23


20+ Amazing Summer Day Trips from Louisville, 5/26


Ohio's Ancient American Indian Sites, 5/31


Additional Stories of Interest

The hills are alive! 5 reasons to see La Comedia's 'Sound of Music', 5/2


The Great Cincinnati Creamy Whip Road Trip, 5/3


Orion Testing at Kings Island with Bob Ross, 5/4


5 of the Best Indoor and Outdoor Waterparks in Ohio, 5/4


The Ultimate Bucket List For Anyone In Ohio Who Loves The Outdoors, 5/6


Kings Island courts visitors looking to forget COVID-19, 5/6


21 Free Things to Do in Cincinnati All Year Round, 5/7


20 Theme Parks That Will Be Open For Summer 2021, 5/8


Kings Island officially opens for 2021 season, 5/8


Ohio's casinos, racinos post another big month, blowing away pre-pandemic records, 5/10


Operation Getaway: Explore Caesar Creek and Waynesville, Ohio, 5/10


Amusement parks look to rebound after last year's COVID summer, 5/11


Sonder and Kings Island team up for Blue Ice Cream Ale, 5/12


Warren County's Cartridge Brewing has taps flowing at transformed ammunition plant, 5/17


Beat the heat: 9 outdoor waterparks in Ohio to help you cool down, 5/20


Ohio Sauerkraut Festival returns for 2021, 5/26


Western & Southern Open returning at full capacity, 5/27