Jeff and I stopped and spent about two hours here on the way to Columbus, it was way bigger than I was expecting. We did the auto tour and stopped and all the points of interest and walked around. This garden can be viewed from the nature center Japanese Garden Jeff on Holly Hill DawesContinue reading “Dawes Arboretum 7/4/18”
Visited this metro park for an afternoon hike with Ashley. The lakes were really pretty, wish we had a kayak or paddle board to enjoy them more. The water levels in Big Darby creek were high but it looks like a nice river to kayak down as well. Big Darby Creek Bridge over the creekContinue reading “Prairie Oaks Metro Park 6/20”
Visited these two parks alone today for some quiet reading time in my hammock. Homestead is a quiet and small little park, it would be really nice to have a wedding or special event at. The field of wild flowers and my secluded hammock spot was my favorite part. I just drove through the heritageContinue reading “Homestead and Heritage Trail Metro Park 6/19”
The prettiest metro park for sure.
Played frisbee golf and checked out the wetlands. Most of the park is paved and in direct sunlight, would prefer to come back with a bike!
Today Jeff and I visited Clear Creek Metro Park which is the farthest one from Columbus. It is an hour drive and it’s almost right next to hocking hills. We hiked from one end of the park to the other and walked back on the main road next to the creek for a total ofContinue reading “Clear Creek Metro Park 5/1/18”
WordPress site with lots of backpacking info endlessmountains.com/wordpress Loyalsock- Link-Loop Trail Begins in World’s End State Park (PA) Approx 7 hours away from Columbus, close to Towanda https://endlessmountains.wordpress.com/2016/06/05/loyalsock-link-loop/ 17.5 miles
Today Jeff and I went to Scioto Grove Metro Park and hiked about 5 miles around the perimeter of the park. The REI river trail is really pretty and we want to come back and camp one day to test out our backpacking gear even though it’s a really small park! REI made the riverContinue reading “Scioto Grove Metro Park”