Business When you have time off on weekends, wouldnt it be nice to have a picnic where you can spend quality time with your loved ones? That is why we have prepared a list of picnic spots in Dayton and Columbus so you can have a great time! Dayton Eastwood Metro Park Situated near Harshman road and near route 4, it is an ideal place for having family picnics. There is also a recreational lake for fishing and boating and a three mile trail for hiking. Dogs are allowed in the Eastwood Metro Park, but they must be on a leash. Parking is available and is free of cost, although picnic shelters will be on a first-.e basis. Many festival events are held here. You can also check out the Wright Patterson Air Force Base and the famous National Museum of the US Air Force nearby. Huffman Metro Park This park is situated just north of downtown Dayton and houses the Huffman Dam and lake. There are a number of activities to be pursued here like fishing, boating, biking, and picnicking. You can get free parking here and shelters are available on first-.e basis. There are large open spaces for families too. Riverscape Metro Park An urban park, it is situated on Monument Avenue right along the Great Miami River. Parking is free here after 6 in the evening. Leashed dogs are allowed here. There are numerous picnic spots available and there are events and festivals going on all the time. There is the Dayton Celtic Festival and the City Folk Festival. You can try out fishing and canoeing on the Great Miami River and there is a bike trail too. In winter, there is provision for ice skating and firework displays are .mon during holidays. Contemplating a move here? Simply call Dayton movers for a tension-free move. Columbus Scioto Mile This place in downtown Columbus sprawls across more than 145 acres of lush greenery right along riverfront from the Arena District to the Whittier Peninsula. The Mile is a link between the Scioto River and downtown via a system of seven parks, boulevards, bikeways and pedestrian paths. There are many biking and walking trails here and you should also visit the Scioto Mile Fountain and Scioto Greenway Recreational Trails. At night, the place magically transforms into an enigmatic land with the grand lighting. Topiary Park This park is touted to be a sculptural interpretation of Georges Seurats Post-Impressionist Painting "A Sunday Afternoon on the Isle of La Grand Jatte". The topiaries .prise human figures, 8 boats, three dogs, one monkey and one cat and are beautiful to look at. There is ample scope for picnicking here and there is a gift shop too. Moving to Columbus? Call moving .panies in Columbus to lend a hand with your move right away! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: