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Spring in Goodale Park

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Last year, I visited Schiller Park in German Village and nearly two years ago, I published one of my first blog posts about Goodale Park. This past weekend, I decided to venture back to Goodale to see the spring color and take some photos!

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There’s nothing like the spring blooms of the white and pink magnolia trees at Goodale. It’s the perfect spot for a picture opp.

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If you’ve never seen the magnolia trees, I highly suggest you do!

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Grab some Jeni’s Ice Cream or a coffee from Impero, shop around the Short North, and walk one block west to experience spring at its finest at Goodale! Pack a picnic if you’d like!

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Warm weather is finally here! 🙂

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5 Comments

  • I ventured over to Goodale this past weekend after having a delicious margarita and tacos from Bakersfield! It is so beautiful over there, and so full of life! It sure did get me excited about the spring weather!

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  • So beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

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  • One of my favorite spots in all of Columbus! Especially during the Spring : )

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  • Wow, it’s amazing how much farther along spring is in Columbus than Cleveland! We don’t have any buds on the trees yet. Your pictures are gorgeous!

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  • […] Bust out the spring jacket and take a walk in Goodale Park. The magnolia trees have started to […]

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