April showers bring May flowers! Who is ready for summer?! This month, we curated a list of places to help you get out of the house and explore Columbus.
Our Top Picks
Local Farmers’ Market – Check out any of these spots for a taste of central Ohio’s high-quality meats, grains, cheeses, vegetables, fruits and SO much more.
Metro Parks – There are 19 different parks on over 27,000 acres of land to choose from, and they offer a lot of events and activities throughout the year.
Bridge Park – More than a destination! Stay up-to-date with all things Bridge Park.
While exploring Bridge Park, check out Dublin’s Fairy Door Trail. Our Operations Team recently searched for the Fairy Doors and had a blast – 10/10 recommend, especially for families!
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium – Wildlife adventure awaits! With over 10,000 animals in seven regions, the Columbus Zoo is the perfect location to learn more about the world’s amazing wildlife
Columbus Clippers – 2021 single game tickets are now available!
Out of Town
Hocking Hills – THE spring destination! With so many parks to explore, it never disappoints. Explore the woodland trails and take in the sights of cliffs and waterfalls, go camping or rent a cabin stay. The Hills are a popular Ohio destination – we suggest planning a weekday trip if you want to avoid the crowds. Explore the Hocking Hills website and plan your trip today. And don’t forget to make time to unwind at the Hocking Hills Winery!
Hocking Hills Parks:
Old Man’s Cave
Clear Creek Metro Park
Hocking State Forest
Wayne National Forest