Posted on Thursday, April 9, 2020 by Visit Gahanna.
Spring is in full swing here in Gahanna, Ohio! The temperatures are rising and people are ready to get out of the house. Although some of our usual springtime activities are put on hold, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine still encourages residents to get outdoors, so long as they continue practicing social distancing. Thankfully there are countless ways to get fresh air in the area while maintaining six feet from others. Continue reading below for a list of the best outdoor activities in Gahanna, Ohio.
4 Outdoor Activities in Gahanna, Ohio
Gahanna is home to some of the best outdoor activities in the Columbus area! At Visit Gahanna, we’ve put together a small list of just a few of our favorite ways to spend a sunny day outside.
1. Taking the Dogs to Pooch Playground at Pizzurro Park
With a four-acre play area for dogs, Pizzurro Park is a fantastic place to take your furry friend. Pooch Playground features different fenced-in green spaces, based on dog size, and an agility area for dogs of all sizes. Paved paths through the park make it handicapped accessible. You’ll have just as much fun as your dog!
2. Exploring Creekside Park
Located in the heart of Gahanna, Creekside Park is a charming place to spend an afternoon. From fishing and wading to meandering along the walkways, Creekside Park is the best way to enjoy the beauty of Big Walnut Creek in the spring. Pack a lunch, or order carryout from your favorite local restaurant, and have a picnic in the park!
3. Biking in Academy Park
Academy Park hosts multipurpose nature trails that connect Woodside Green Park, the Gahanna Municipal Golf Course, and the Olde Gahanna area, which creates a wonderful bike path to follow. Grab your bike and helmet and complete the entire trial. Once you finish, challenge a friend to complete the path!
4. Bird Watching and Walking at Gahanna Woods
With over 139 acres of trails, meadows, and creeks, Gahanna Woods State Nature Preserve is one of the best spots in Gahanna to bird watch. Finding an open bench by the pond or a creek is a serene way to clear your mind and enjoy nature. Consider keeping a journal to record how many species of birds you see every time you visit!
If you’d like more information on Gahanna parks and trails, you can read more on the Visit Gahanna website, or send the CVB team an email at firstname.lastname@example.org! We love to see pictures and hear stories of your adventures. Please tag us on social media @VisitGahanna, or use #ExploreGahanna!