Sawyer Point Park & Yeatman's Cove
Sawyer Point Park & Yeatman's Cove are a pair of side-by-side parks on the riverfront of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. The two linear parks stretch one mile along the north shore of the Ohio River.
Yeatman's Cove park occupies the former site of a tavern established in 1793 by Griffin Yeatman. Yeatman's establishment was the first tavern in Cincinnati, and as such was very popular with men working on the river.
Yeatman's Cove features a colossal bronze statue of Cincinnatus, the namesake of Cincinnati.
The wall features steps descending to the river upon which visitors can sit and look across to Northern Kentucky.
The riverfront wall is at Yeatman's Cove, between Sawyer Point park and the Public Landing.
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