The Endearing Reason Why Goats Roam The Hills Of A Park Near Cincinnati

Cincinnati is a city that is filled with stories and secrets, many of which locals love to discuss and discover. The story behind an old building or the reopening of a longtime favorite restaurant can get two Cincinnatians chatting for hours about the curiosities of our community. One peculiar sight that always sparks conversation is a herd of goats that resides on a hillside of Covington. Visible from the highway, there’s an endearing reason why these goats roam an urban area near Cincinnati, and if you’ve never paid them a visit, you’ll want to consider doing so.

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The Goebel Goats are more than just animals in a city park. They are a beloved part of the Covington community and an adorable group to visit near Cincinnati. Did you know about the Goebel Goats? Have you stopped by to say hello? Let us know in the comments!

Goebel Park is located at 501 Philadelphia St., Covington, KY 41011. For more information on the park, visit its website here. And for more on the Goebel Goats, be sure to follow along with them on Facebook here.

And for more on the excitement you’ll find in the colorful city of Covington, check out our previous article here.