Local Points of Interest
EASTON CENTER is only minutes to the South of Little Turtle.
A botanical garden and nature preserve. 940 S. Hempstead Road, 3/4 mil south of East Schrock Rd., Westerville. (614) 895-
One mile north of Pickawillany on Sunbury Road is the Hoover Dam and Reservoir which has proved to be a fisherman's delight. The reservoir also has excellent sailing and is the location of the Hoover Sailing Club. Beautiful picnic playground areas stretch for miles along Hoover Reservoir's shores.
This 760 acre park is located on Cleveland Ave., north of Schrock Road. A 3.8 mile bicycle trail, nature trails, fishing for children under 12, picnic areas, playgrounds, a nature barn, ice skating and sledding hill make Sharon Woods a year-
This 646 acre park is home to wooded upland forests and ravines, the Walden Waterfowl Refuse and Thoreau Pond. Nature trails and picnic and playground areas are available. Dublin-
TENNIS: There are 16 tennis courts within the Westerville area. These are located on Otterbein Ave., across from Westerville South High School, on County Line Road at Westerville North High School and on the Otterbein College Campus. The City Recreation Department offers tennis lessons during the summer months. Courts are also available at the Westerville Golf Center of Schrock Road. Indoor courts and racquetball courts can be found with a short distance of Pickawillany.
ICE SKATING: An outdoor ice skating area is available in Sharon Wood Metropolitan Park and occasionally on Alum Creek. Indoor skating is available at The Chiller at Easton Center.
SLEDDING: Two sledding hills are available during the winter months. Alum Creek Park Sledding Hill, accessible from West Main St., and Sharon Woods Metropolitan Park Sledding Hill, accessible from Cleveland Ave., north of the park entrance.
CAMPING: Berkshire camping area is north of Westerville. The State of Ohio operates a camping area complete with toilet and shower facilities on the northwest side of Alum Creek Reservoir off Cheshire Road.
HIKING: Locate nature's trails at TrailLink
OTTERBEIN COLLEGE -
CITY OF WESTERVILLE -
WESTERVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE -
BLACK ART PLUS-
This museum features permanent collections of European and American art, traveling exhibits, and a sculpture garden. 480 E. Broad St., Columbus. (614) 221-
The Wexner Center features rotating exhibits of contemporary paintings, sculpture and graphic arts and design. North High Street at 15th Ave., Columbus. (614) 292-
Located in downtown Columbus, COSI is home to seven "Learning Worlds" spanning the spectrum of scientific knowledge, including archeology, medicine and technology. In the 320,000 square foot facility, there is also a dome theater, a seven-
The Columbus zoo displays over 650 species of animals from around the world in naturalistic habitats, including Manatees. Gardens, picnic areas and a golf course are also featured in the zoo. 9990 Riverside Drive, off I-
Encompasses Capitol Theater, 77 S. High St., Columbus (614) 460-
Northwest of Westerville in Delaware County is Alum Creek Reservoir. A state-
Trails, lake and camping
OHIO STATE STADIUM
Football, Basketball, Hockey,Lacrosse, Gymnastics,Volleyball,Wrestling plus Events and Concerts
COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS National Hockey League will make its debut in October 2000 at the Nationwide Arena (614) 436-
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