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Outdoor Beauty and Fun in Westerville, Ohio
When people take a vacation in the Columbus, Ohio, area, they should leave a day free to visit Westerville. Just a few miles to the northeast of Columbus, Westerville can keep you busy for hours. Learn information about Columbus, OH.
This beautiful university was originally founded in 1847 by the United Brethren in Christ. Today it is run by the United Methodist Church. The west side of campus runs along Alum Creek which gives tourists and students a great place to unwind and enjoy the outdoors. Discover facts about Adventures Galore in Columbus, Ohio.
Rocky Fork Metro Park
At 7180 E. Walnut Street in Westerville, you will find Rocky Fork, Metro Park. It's great for the whole family. It has big comfy wood chairs on the edges of the big open pastures where you can relax and watch the wildlife. It's also a great place for horse lovers with a three-mile bridle trail just for horseback riding. There are also several easy human hiking trails and a trail set up entirely for off-leash pets.
Inniswood Metro Gardens
When the wisteria is in bloom in Westerville you will be awestruck at the beauty of these gardens. Covering 123 acres, Inniswood Metro Gardens couldn't be more beautiful. There are streams and woodlands and over 2000 different species of plants and flowers.