What to Do at the Zoo in Columbus, Ohio

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Are you in Columbus and wondering what to do? Look no further than the Columbus Zoo! From now until February 28th, they’ve cut their price of admission in half. General admission is only $8.50, children aged 3-9 is $6, and Seniors over 60 is also $6. Parking at the zoo is $10, however, and guests are highly encouraged to pre-pay their parking online, as they do not take cash. Their hours of operation for the winter are 7 days a week, 10am to 4pm.

One of the amazing programs the Columbus Zoo offers is selling Animal Art. Yes, it’s what you think it is, the animals at the zoo are given paints and canvases, and make unique pieces of art you can buy! The canvases range in size from 5×7 for $38, to 8×10 for $59, to 11×14 for $85, or 12×16 for $110. Sales from each original piece help to sustain the zoo and aquarium. All the animals get in on the action, from the gorillas, to the rhinos, to the penguins! Buy one for yourself or as a gift for the animal lover in your life!

Do you love giraffes? Then you’ll love the Giraffe Barn Feeding Experience! This experience is for children over the age of 10 accompanied by an adult, and requires standing and walking up a flight of stairs, therefore it is not ADA accessible. The price of admission is $99 per person and its duration is 30 minutes. You might even get a glimpse of the Columbus Zoo’s baby giraffe! You’ll have the opportunity to personally feed select giraffes and learn about their habits and habitats. This experience is behind the scenes at the zoo and therefore open only to paying guests. It runs daily from 11:30am and again at 1pm. Book your experience online!

The Columbus Zoo also offers an experience called the Reindeer Encounter. Just as with the giraffes, you’ll get up-close-and-personal with reindeer and learn about their lifestyles and natural habitats. This experience is $99 per person and is open to everyone 5 years old and up, accompanied by an adult. Closed-toed shoes are highly recommended. This experience is 30 minutes long and is available daily at 2:30pm.

For the elephant lover, why not check out the Elephant Bath Experience? This event is for children 10 years and older accompanied by an adult and is $99 per person. You’ll join the keepers in giving the elephants a bath and learn about the importance of taking care of an elephant’s sensitive skin. Photos are not allowed to be taken by guests during this experience, however, team members will assist guests with taking pictures once it’s safe to do so. This experience is 45 minutes long and is held daily at 10:15am.

Come and see what’s new at the Columbus Zoo! You won’t be disappointed, and you’ll get to meet some pretty amazing animals in the meantime. Go on an adventure and book your zoo trip today!

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Five Best Airbnb’s in Columbus, OH

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Whether you are looking for some time away from work, a romantic weekend with your significant other, or just some quality downtime with the family, you can’t go wrong with an Airbnb.

Through the booking and use of an Airbnb, you can choose the environment of your choice, along with the city and location as well.  Choosing an Airbnb can prove to be an economical choice when looking to spend some getaway time. 

With this in mind, we have gathered five of the top-rated Airbnb’s in the Columbus, OH area.

Romantic Getaway Italian Village Carriage House

Welcome to a quaint and charming Carriage House nestled in the heart of the vibrant Italian Village.  This recently renovated Carriage House is ready for your arrival.  Two blocks from the Short North Arts District, and walking distance to the North Market, Downtown, and The Ohio State University.  There are also various restaurants, shipping, and nightlife close by.  The Carriage House is 850 square feet and is separate from the main house with its own private entryway.

Not suitable for children under 12 and no pets, parties, or smoking permitted.

Family Newly Renovated Spacious Home

Just 2 miles from downtown and less than 1 mile to all of the best of Columbus nightlife/bars, restaurants, and shops. This 2k square foot, 3 Bedroom/1 Full Bath home has just been fully remodeled throughout! Private fenced backyard. Just an 8-minute drive from the Airport, this home offers convenient access to the Convention Center, Short North, and OSU campus/medical center, Children’s Hospital, and more.

No parties or smoking permitted.

Near a famous landmark Brand New Premier Condo

Welcome to the newest Columbus urban environment apartment community.  Harlow is the premier location with a short distance to eclectic shops, restaurants, and Columbus Commons.  Just steps from the front door are such hotspots as The Walrus, 16 Bit Bar+Arcade, and Pecan Penny’s.  The building offers secure access, community-wide WiFi, and a coffee bar.  Along with covered off-street parking is a dog park for your furry friend.

Parties and smoking are not permitted.

Luxury German Village Luxury Retreat

Luxury retreat inside the heart of German Village. Have the same advantages of being close to downtown without any of the headaches. Gated off-street parking for two cars parked tandem.  Spacious backyard with fire pits seating for five and an outdoor grill, koi pond.

Not suitable for children under 12, pets, parties, and smoking not permitted.

Budget The Music Box – Centrally Located

Welcome to the Music Box, an adorable mid-century modern upstairs apartment centrally located to all the must-see spots in Columbus.  Whether your stay is long term or a short weekend, this is the apartment for you.  Offering keyless entry, a separate entrance for any guests, and off-street parking.  There are even bikes available for guests to explore along the beautiful Olentangy Bike Trail.  Within minutes of the apartment are restaurants, coffee shops, stores, and nightlife.  Also within a short distance are OSU Campus (1.5 miles), Ohio Expo Center (1.8 miles), and the Greater Columbus Convention Center (4.1 miles).

No pets, parties, or smoking permitted.

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Five Awesome Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s 2021 in Columbus

Valentine’s Day is coming up next month, but roses, chocolate, and Hallmark cards aren’t for everyone. If you’d rather round up your best gal pals and celebrate the joys of female friendship on Galentine’s Day, read on, because we’ve rounded up five fun ways to celebrate with your girls this year in Columbus!

Refectory Restaurant

If you and your gals want to be fancy, a classic way to spend the evening is dinner and drinks at a renowned restaurant. For one of the most accoladed restaurants in Columbus, you’ll want to head to The Refectory Restaurant, which has been a staple in the city for over 40 years. The Refectory has earned 4 Diamonds from AAA, among other awards. You’ll dine in an elegant setting on classic French and contemporary American cuisine, and have your pick of over 700 selections from their wine cellar. You can either make a reservation for their dining room or order a home dinner for curbside pickup.

Katalina’s

If you’re looking for a more mom-and-pop type restaurant, Katalina’s is the place to go. Despite the less-than-chic exterior (it’s located in a 100-year-old gas station!), Katalina’s is a cool and funky café that has been written up in The Wall Street Journal and more. They serve up lots of “local goodness” to make the best breakfast in Columbus. The down-home style food has both Latin and Southern leanings. You have to try their original pancake balls! Due to COVID-19, you can order carry-out or eat on their outdoor patio.

The Topiary Park

If you’re trying to be safe due to COVID-19, an outdoor celebration is the way to go. And even in February, a picnic is a fun way to connect with your gals. Just bring a waterproof tarp for under your picnic blanket, some cozy blankets to snuggle in, and a thermos of hot cocoa! For the best location, have your gal pals meet you at The Topiary Park. This unique, 9.2-acre public park has been featured in Atlas Obscura for its topiaries that recreate George Seurat’s A Sunday Afternoon pointillist painting! After you eat, you can take a stroll through for a closer look at the topiaries.

Bubble Soccer

If your friends aren’t content to just sit around and chat, you’re going to want an activity to get everyone moving. For the more competitive girl gangs, try Bubble Soccer Ohio. This crazy sport will have you inside your own giant plastic bubbles, trying to knock each other over while you play various games. You’re sure to get your heart rate up, and maybe your adrenaline pumping too, with this one.

Level One Bar and Arcade

If you want something unique to do for Galentine’s Day, have your celebration at Level One Bar and Arcade. Inside, you’ll find tons of old-school arcade games like Frogger, Asteroids, and Pinball. Additionally, the bar has 24 craft beer selections and game-themed cocktails.

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Best resources in Columbus, OH, to throw a fabulous virtual New Years’ Eve Party!

With New Year’s Eve just around the corner, many party-goers are trying to plan out how they will ring in the new year and still keep the party safe and festive. 

With the ongoing pandemic, and many cities and states mandating that party-goers forego the usual gathering in groups to celebrate the festivities, an alternate method of celebrating the ball drop appears to be in order this year—virtual celebrations.

With this mindset, we have sought out some of the best sources in Columbus, OH, for drinks and food that will make ringing in the New Year less of a chore, and more of a blast!

The Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern

Located at 4109 N High Street

614.261.0385

Casual tavern chain offering delivery of their cocktail kits for your new year’s party fun and enjoyment.

Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill

Located at 3939 Morse Crossing

614.476.2668

Offering delivery on their smokehouse & barbeque dished along with their excellent list of cocktails.

Martini Modern Italian

Located at 445 N High Street

614.224.8259

Offering delivery on a variety of Italian dishes with a modern twist, along with various cocktail kits.

If you are looking more for options that offer delivery to those friends that are close and local, who you want to be able to join in on the festivities as well, we have two suggestions.

Wine on High Bar & Retail

Located at 789 N High Street

614.294.8466

A sophisticated shop offering delivery of their wine and craft beer selections, along with their small plate offerings.

grape + grain

Located at 2780 E Main Street

614.239.1011

Building upon 40+ years of tradition at the current location, and now providing free delivery of their selection of fine wine and craft beers

And, lest we forget those friends and family that are out of town.  For them, why not have a little libation delivered conveniently to their doorstep, whether they live across town or across the country.

Drizly

When you want a variety and you want it quickly, Drizly has up a large, alcohol marketplace to shop for beer, wine, and spirits. Drizly collaborates with retail stores in cities across North America to offer a huge selection and competitive pricing, delivered to your door in as little as an hour.

Most of us will find ourselves celebrating New Year’s at home this year.  However, that doesn’t mean that the party has to be put on hold.  With the age of the internet, why not take your party to the next level and have a virtual get-together. 

With a little creativity and the use of the internet, you can have your food and drinks delivered right to you, or those party guests from out of town.

The extra added advantage is that everyone can join in the fun as no designated drivers are needed, and once the party is over, hey, your already home.

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Noteworthy Places to View Christmas Lights in Columbus

Many are eager to see 2020 come to a close, but at least the holidays are here along with hopes for holiday cheer. Although many holiday traditions are being altered or skipped this holiday season, there is still cheer to be found! In many cities, including Columbus, a festive activity that is still socially-distant is viewing Christmas lights around the town.

Whatever you’re looking for this year, there are multiple options for a festive outing either walking outdoors or driving past in your car. Check out the list below for the top spots to get lost in the twinkle of Christmas lights!

Light It Up in Mt. Gilead

Flying Horse Farms begins their beautiful Light Up Camp on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, and is open every Friday through Sunday evening from December 27, including both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The drive through the farm is a half-mile long and features fantastically bedecked buildings, and in the center of the camp, a 12-minute animated light show is sure to dazzle the guests! For Covid safety, Flying Horse Farms ask all visitors to remain in their cars for the duration of the event. The light display is a whopping 3 miles of lights and is constructed of more than 8,000 individual bulbs. While the event is free, donations are welcome for camps that allow special-needs children to enjoy a camp experience.

For more details, you can check out their website: HERE

Holiday Lights at Columbus Commons

Enjoy the 10th year of festive lights at Columbus Commons now through Sunday, January 3, every day from 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm. Guests will be dazzled by more than 400,000 LED lights within the park. This event is free and self-guided. Come and enjoy the holiday cheer with friends and family this festive season. With our wide expanse of six acres, there’s room to practice social distancing while still having fun with the entire family. 

For more details, visit their website and click: HERE

Lights of Glenross

In a quiet Delaware subdivision, the Lights of Glenross captivates about 250 houses who all band together to display their choreographed lights to Christmas music broadcasted by 94.1FM. The displays will run from 5-9 pm Sunday-Thursday and 5-11 pm Friday & Saturday. 

For additional information, visit their website: HERE

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Noteworthy Places to View Christmas Lights in Columbus

Many are eager to see 2020 come to a close, but at least the holidays are here along with hopes for holiday cheer. Although many holiday traditions are being altered or skipped this holiday season, there is still cheer to be found! In many cities, including Columbus, a festive activity that is still socially-distant is viewing Christmas lights around the town.

Whatever you’re looking for this year, there are multiple options for a festive outing either walking outdoors or driving past in your car. Check out the list below for the top spots to get lost in the twinkle of Christmas lights!

Light It Up in Mt. Gilead

Flying Horse Farms begins their beautiful Light Up Camp on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, and is open every Friday through Sunday evening from December 27, including both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The drive through the farm is a half-mile long and features fantastically bedecked buildings, and in the center of the camp, a 12-minute animated light show is sure to dazzle the guests! For Covid safety, Flying Horse Farms ask all visitors to remain in their cars for the duration of the event. The light display is a whopping 3 miles of lights and is constructed of more than 8,000 individual bulbs. While the event is free, donations are welcome for camps that allow special-needs children to enjoy a camp experience.

For more details, you can check out their website: HERE

Holiday Lights at Columbus Commons

Enjoy the 10th year of festive lights at Columbus Commons now through Sunday, January 3, every day from 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm. Guests will be dazzled by more than 400,000 LED lights within the park. This event is free and self-guided. Come and enjoy the holiday cheer with friends and family this festive season. With our wide expanse of six acres, there’s room to practice social distancing while still having fun with the entire family. 

For more details, visit their website and click: HERE

Lights of Glenross

In a quiet Delaware subdivision, the Lights of Glenross captivates about 250 houses who all band together to display their choreographed lights to Christmas music broadcasted by 94.1FM. The displays will run from 5-9 pm Sunday-Thursday and 5-11 pm Friday & Saturday. 

For additional information, visit their website: HERE

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The San Francisco-based startup first launched its popular parking deals in 2016, with pilot locations in Denver, Atlanta, and Chicago. They now have locations across the country.

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About On Air Parking

On Air Parking is an airport parking reservation company that aims to disrupt the airport parking vertical. Present in 35 markets, the San Francisco-based startup guarantees the cheapest rates at five-star parking facilities, with free cancellations and free shuttle services to get to and back from the airport. To purchase guaranteed off-airport parking near your local airport, visit onairparking.com.

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Noteworthy Places to View Christmas Lights in Columbus

Many are eager to see 2020 come to a close, but at least the holidays are here along with hopes for holiday cheer. Although many holiday traditions are being altered or skipped this holiday season, there is still cheer to be found! In many cities, including Columbus, a festive activity that is still socially-distant is viewing Christmas lights around the town.

Whatever you’re looking for this year, there are multiple options for a festive outing either walking outdoors or driving past in your car. Check out the list below for the top spots to get lost in the twinkle of Christmas lights!

  1. Light It Up in Mt. Gilead

Flying Horse Farms begins their beautiful Light Up Camp on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, and are open every Friday through Sunday evening from December 27, including both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The drive through the farm is a half-mile long and features fantastically bedecked buildings, and in the center of the camp, a 12-minute animated light show is sure to dazzle the guests! For Covid safety, Flying Horse Farms ask all visitors to remain in their cars for the duration of the event. The light display is a whopping 3 miles of lights, and is constructed of more than 8,000 individual bulbs. While the event is free, donations are welcome for camps that allow special-needs children with to enjoy a camp experience.

For more details you can check out their website: HERE

  1. Holiday Lights at Columbus Commons

Enjoy the 10th year of festive lights at Columbus Commons now through Sunday, January 3, every day from 5:00pm until to 10:00pm. Guests will be dazzled by more than 400,000 LED lights within the park. This event is free and self-guided. Come and enjoy the holiday cheer with friends and family this festive season. With our wide expanse of six acres, there’s room to practice social distancing while still having fun with the entire family. 

For more details, visit their website and click: HERE

  1. Lights of Glenross

In a quiet Delaware subdivision, the Lights of Glenross captivates with about 250 houses who all band together to display their choreographed lights to Christmas music broadcasted by 94.1FM. The displays will run from 5-9pm Sunday-Thursday and 5-11pm Friday & Saturday. 

For additional information, visit their website: HERE

This blog post is brought to you by On Air Parking, a parking service offering affordable and convenient parking by major airports. On Air Parking is currently offering parking rates as low as $3.99/day for Columbus Airport. For more details visit OnAirParking’s website.

The San Francisco-based startup first launched its popular parking deals in 2016, with pilot locations in Denver, Atlanta, and Chicago. They now have locations across the country.

To purchase parking at your local airport, visit https://www.onairparking.com/

About On Air Parking

On Air Parking is an airport parking reservation company that aims to disrupt the airport parking vertical. Present in 35 markets, the San Francisco-based startup guarantees the cheapest rates at five-star parking facilities, with free cancellations and free shuttle services to get to and back from the airport. To purchase guaranteed off airport parking near your local airport, visit onairparking.com.

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Best Local Virtual Workouts in Columbus to Get the New Year Started Right

Does recent holiday overindulgence have you starting to think about kick-starting your workout routine for the new year? Whether you’re regretting how all those extra slices of pie have your pants fitting a little more snugly or just want to get healthier, making a commitment to working out is always a great New Year’s Resolution. 

It can be especially hard to stay motivated to getting fit during a pandemic when many gyms are either closed or don’t feel as safe as they used to. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of Columbus-based gyms and trainers that are offering virtual workouts. Check them out so that you can be the best version of you in 2021! 

Best Free Virtual Workout

Defense Supply Center

Times are hard right now, with the pandemic taking a major toll on the economy. If you’re being budget-conscious, the good news is there are great free virtual workouts in Columbus! Get started via Morale, Welfare, and Recreation at the Defense Supply Center Columbus. This organization is aimed at improving the lives of service members and their families. Their library of “workout of the day” circuits are free for everyone.

Best Paid Virtual Workout

System of Strength

Of course, if you can afford to pay for workouts, you’ll be helping to stimulate the economy and supporting the livelihoods of fitness instructors and gym owners. One such local gym you can support is System of Strength, who has built a huge library of full-length classes and quick challenges that you can stream from anywhere. You can try it out with a 7-day trial before paying $24.99/month.

Best Live Virtual Workout

The Jewish Community Center

One of the things many people miss about in-person exercise classes is the feeling of community and accountability that they foster! One local organization offering live virtual classes is The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus. Check out their schedule here -the virtual classes will be streamed via Facebook live.

Best Recorded Virtual Workout

Fitness Loft Columbus

One consistent throughout this pandemic has been that nothing is consistent. So, if you’re not sure you can commit to working out at specific days and times, you’ll want pre-recorded classes that you can do at any time. Get your fix by signing up for an assessment with Fitness Loft Columbus. They’ll get to know you and build you your own customized workout plan that you can then do on your own time. You can buy one custom workout for $15, 5 for $65, or 10 for $125.

Best Unique Virtual Workout

Neighborhood Boxing Club

If you’re getting sick of crunches, push-ups, and jumping jacks, it’s probably time to switch up your workout routine. Mixing up your workout is really important to keep things fun and interesting, help you avoid burnout, and challenge your body in new ways. To try something fun and new, virtually visit the Neighborhood Boxing Club of Columbus, who has been uploading workouts to their Youtube page. They have workout options even if you don’t have a punching bag in your home.

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Great Places to Buy Gifts Traveling to Columbus

The holiday season is upon us! That means family time, cozy nights by the fire, baked goods…and scrambling to buy presents! But here’s an idea for you -save some time by grouping your holiday travel and holiday shopping!

If you’re traveling to Columbus this holiday season, we’ve compiled a few local stores you absolutely must check out for your holiday gift needs. You’ll get to explore a new place, avoid the online shopping shipping wait, and best yet -by shopping small you’ll be supporting the local economy and small business owners!

Celebrate Local

It’s all in the name at Celebrate Local: Shop the Best of Ohio, located in Easton Town Center. This “business incubator” supports Ohio-based small family business, artists, and authors by selling their wares. You’ll be able to find something for anyone on your list among their selection of over 6,000 unique products like local jams, wines, and candies, pet accessories, skincare products, jewelry, and apparel.

Candles

Candles are always a great gift idea, and Columbus has a wealth of Black-owned candle shops so you can find great gifts while giving back to the Black community! Some great options are:

·        Itz Appropriate Candles, which has been a family-owned business since 1999 and is dedicated to bringing happiness, harmony, and healing to every home with their candles and skincare products. They have a huge variety of candles to “light up every room” to choose from.

·        Woman-owned Coco and Grace hand-pours their candles in small batches. Their geographically themed candles are designed to inspire you to explore and appreciate other cultures. They have a “Motherland Collection” that offers candles with scents inspired by different African nations and a “Southern Collection” with scents inspired by different cities in the Southern US.

·        Another woman-owned business, Kandles By Darelle has a ton of delicious food and botanical scented candles. Some of the scent collections include cocktails, baked goods, and fruits. A fun gift idea for a candle aficionado on your list is a private consultation with owner Darelle to create their own signature candle fragrance!

The Red Stable

Originally a horse livery, this historical building represents the important contributions German immigrants made to Columbus. The Red Stable German Village Souvenirs and Gifts offers products from local vendors and artists as well as German hand-crafted products (they have the largest collection of nutcrackers in Ohio!). Shop there for gifts including holiday ornaments, artisanal food products, and stationery.

John Glenn Columbus International Airport

Of course, if your hectic holiday has you rushing straight from the plane to a family gathering, you won’t have time to browse through the boutiques in downtown Columbus. Don’t worry, you may be able to find something at the Columbus International Airport! Unfortunately, many of its shops are currently closed due to the pandemic, but here are a couple places you can check out for last-minute gifts:

·        Columbus Marketplace has your typical airport newsstand fair, alongside some souvenir and gift items.

·        Similarly, Capital City TravelMart has snacks and souvenirs that could make good small gifts.

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Columbus, Ohio Electric Bike Rentals

Electric bikes, or ebikes as they are more commonly known, are gaining more and more popularity in cities all across the country. Columbus, Ohio is no different! Ebikes are built just like a regular bicycle with a twist. These pedal-driven vehicles have an electronic motor that helps to assist the rider with their pedaling. This makes for ease of riding on hard trails, up hills, or to keep one from becoming sweaty from a long or hard ride.

Ohio law does not recognize ebikes in the same vein as scooters or mopeds, which means ebikes are allowed on all bike paths and trails. However, they are not allowed on specific trails used exclusively for hiking or horseback riding, nor are they allowed on sidewalks. Since they are classified as bicycles, they are required to be ridden within bike lanes in the city while obeying all traffic laws. Helmets should be worn, but driver’s licenses are not needed to operate them.

There are plenty of shops around the Columbus, Ohio area that sells ebikes, such as Orbit City Bikes and BikeSource, yet the best way to rent ebikes throughout Columbus would be the CoGo Bikeshare. This service has over 80 stations all across Columbus with 600+ bicycles and ebikes to choose from. How does this work? You can become a member online or buy an hourly pass or a day pass from their website. With a QR code, then unlock the ebike you wish to rent and ride around the city! When you are done, simply return your bike at any available kiosk and go your way. An annual membership is $75, while a single one-way trip is $2, and a day pass is $8. This is the easiest and the most cost-effective way to rent ebikes in Columbus!

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Need advice on what trails to ride? We have a few great suggestions. First up, the Alum Creek Greenway Trail is an asphalt and concrete trail that’s 23.9 miles long. This one winds through urban neighborhoods, giving you a scenic tour of the city of Columbus. This trail boasts many bridges and architecture to admire along the way, yet it also avoids busy roads by following paths underneath the bridges and along the waterfront.

Another trail to consider would be the Creekside Trail which is all asphalt and 15 miles long. This trail goes through light woods and fields as well as urban areas. It connects with several other trails around Columbus, such as the Mad River Trail, the Iron Horse Trail, the Prairie Grass Trail, and the Ohio-to-Erie Trail.

If you want to experience riding an ebike, come to Columbus and have a wonderful ride. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced mountain biker, you’ll have great fun experiencing the many trails Columbus has to offer!

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