Mason (Ohio)

Mason is a suburb north of Cincinnati in Warren County, Ohio.

Get in

By car

From Interstate I-71 northbound, take Ohio Exit 24 (Western Row Road/Kings Island). At the end of the exit ramp, turn left (West) on Western Row Road/Tylersville Road. Stay right on the three lane road to stay on Tylersville Road. At the intersection of Tylersville Road with Mason-Montgomer Road, turn right (north). One mile north, Mason-Montgomery Road intersects with Main Street (State Route 42). You are now in downtown Mason, Ohio.

From Interstate I-71 southbound, take the Kings Mills Road exit. Kings Mills Road west. At a T-intersection, Route 741 turns north, Kings Mills turns south. Kings Mills Road curves through a residential neighborhood before turning back to the west. Kings Mills Ts into Main Street (State Route 42). Turn left (west) on Main Street about 3 blocks to the intersection of Main Street with Mason-Montgomery Road. You are in downtown Mason, Ohio.

From Interstate I-75, take the Tylersville Road exit. Drive east to the intersection of Mason-Montgomery Road with Tylersville Road. Turn left (north) onto Mason-Montgomery Road. One mile north, Mason-Montgomery Road intersects with Main Street (State Route 42). You are now in downtown Mason, Ohio.

By bus

SORTA , Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, provides bus service from downtown Cincinnati to a parking lot at Western Row Road and Columbia Road and along Bus Route 71/72 (I-71/Columbia Road/Montgomery Road/Fields Ertel Road).

By Plane

Mason served by three major airports:

Each airport can be accessed from Mason with at least some portion of interstate driving.

Estimated driving time from Mason to the airports are:

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Professional sports

Festivals and Fairs

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Mid-range

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Stay safe

The only possible warning is to watch out for drunk drivers on the weekends. Also, be wary of Mason Pub for gang activity.

Go next

Routes through Mason

Columbus Lebanon  N  S  Blue Ash/Montgomery Cincinnati
Cincinnati Sharonville  W  E  Lebanon Xenia


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