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Columbus, Ohio Kayaking

Kayaking on the Scioto River next to downtown Columbus has been, by far, one of my favorite things I’ve done this summer! We dropped our kayaks in the Scioto at the dock by North Bank Park.

The boys decided to fish while kayaking and my brother caught a huge catfish within the first five minutes of being on the water.

Genoa Park

GENOA PARK
303 W BROAD ST
COLUMBUS, OHIO
Located downtown, next to COSI. Offers stunning views of the Columbus skyline. Go for a walk or take your bike. You may even want to walk across the bridge to Milestone 229 for brunch/lunch/dinner. Enjoy.

Frank Fetch Park

FRANK FETCH PARK
228 EAST BECK STREET
COLUMBUS, OHIO
Having heard about Frank Fetch Park through the grapevine, I was so excited to stumble upon it during one of my walks through German Village with my dog. The park’s entrance along Beck Street is so secluded and private and it felt like I was going back in time when I walked through the brick wall gate.

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Goodale Park

I love Goodale Park. Most people know this Victorian Village park as the site for ComFest but on an average day, it’s the perfect place to play a tennis match or a game of kickball, people watch, take the kids to play, or walk your furry little friend. The flowers blooming in the park this time of year are absolutely gorgeous.