This Cincinnati Airport Was Once The Largest In The Country And Even Has Its Own Bike Trail

Even if you’ve lived in Cincinnati your entire life, chances are you do not know every single historical fact about our city. The Queen City has an incredible past, filled with little known details, as well as those fun facts that we all know and even brag about. One historic spot in our city is fairly well-known, but there may be some things about it that will surprise you. Lunken Airport seems to be a small airport today, but it was once the largest in the world. It now has so much to offer and it surprisingly makes for a great outing, even if you’re not hopping on a plane.

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Lunken is an airport with more history than many realize. It was once the largest of its kind in the world, it’s been majorly flooded, has seen many notable people step out onto its runways, and has many things to offer to locals today. Have you biked the Lunken trail, played at the playground, or enjoyed a meal at Sky Galley? Let us know about it in the comments!

For more information on the bike path at this Cincinnati airport, visit here.

Address: 262 Wilmer Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45226

And for more on Sky Galley, the restaurant at Lunken Airport, check out our previous article here.