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Antrim Park, Columbus
(4.4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Antrim Park is a great place for many different activities. There are bike trails that connect to other trails that can lead you all the way to the center of Columbus and further. There is a great run...  more »
  • The park has access to multiple running/biking paths where you can stroll on a beautiful afternoon or use as part of a regular exercise or training program. 
  • Small lake with a great trail and fun park. Connects to the Olentangy trail. Not many amentities, but there is a nice deck area that can be good for a small picnic and you can fish from there. Can be ...  more »
Google
  • This is a small nice place. Perfect for a good walk. Also has easy access to the bike trail. A nice place for viewing the sunset.
  • Great short packed gravel loop around the lake. Dog friendly and easy access with parking on the west side of the highway.
  • The lake itself is very nice (clean, maintained) and approximately a one mile walk around, The tie-in with the Olentangy Trail makes this a great park and a tremendous addition to the quality of life score for the Columbus Metropolitan area. The trail is heavily utilized and a there is a Columbus Police substation located right on the trail giving one a sense of security when using it. I highly recommend for exercising or just taking a relaxing walk.
  • Great access to the Olentangy Bike path. Water fountain available near trailhead and portajohns (water fountain off in colder months so pa K your own then )
  • I visit Antrim Park quite often, it's a nice place to go if you want to take a walk in the shade without being in a forest. There is a nice path around a lake where dogs love to swim.