Looking to book a room for the event? Use this booking link setup by Clermont County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau:


Hava a question or looking for “best recommendation?” Feel free to contact Cathy.





Travel to Cincinnati

• Easily accessible from interstates: I-71, I-74 and I-75
• Cincinnati is a 1 hour drive from interstates: I-64 and I-70

• Drive Times to Regional Airports
••• Cincinnati/N. Kentucky International Airport (CVG) 30 min
••• Lunken Airport (LUK) 15 min
••• Dayton, Ohio (DAY) 1 hour
••• Lexington, KY (LEX) 1 hour 30 minutes
••• Louisville, KY (SDF) 1 hour 40 minute
••• Columbus, OH (CMH) 1 hour 50 minutes
••• Indianapolis, IN (IND) 1 hour 50 minutes
••• Chicago Illinois O’Hare Airport (ORD) 4 hour 50mins

• The Cincinnati Greyhound station is conveniently located in downtown Cincinnati
• Amtrak’s Cardinal Line stops at Union Terminal Cincinnati as it travels between New York and Chicago three days a week



Getting around Cincinnati

Looking for options on getting around Cincinnati without driving much? We personally have and do use all of these listed below! Give them a try, it makes for a great experience!

• Cincinnati Bell Connector is a modern streetcar system offering a unique way to see all of the happenings in downtown Cincinnati. The 3.6 mile loop stops at popular destinations located in the Banks, the Central Business District, and Over-the-Rhine and runs every 12-15 minutes

• METRO Bus has a centrally located Downtown hub, Metro is a great option for exploring the Uptown, North, East and West parts of the region

• Southbank Shuttle Trolley for easy access between Cincinnati and the riverfront of Northern Kentucky

• Red Bike is a fun, easy, and healthy way to discover Cincinnati. 50 easily accessible locations throughout Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

• App-based Car Service: Drivr, Lyft, Uber

• Pedicabs: Tiger Ghost Rides 513-570-4386 (call or text)

Free Wi-Fi

Get blazing fast free Wi-Fi from Cincinnati Bell’s fiber optic service at the host venue, Coney Island! To access and use the Wi-Fi you need to have the app downloaded and account made (sign up with e-mail or Facebook.)

This same Wi-Fi service is available at many attractions around the city.