This weather has been so amazing lately, and what better way to enjoy it than being outside, right? I had been busy running errands all day and was on my way home, but decided to make a stop at Goodale Park to relax and I’m glad I did. Here are some photos from my walk!
Goodale Park is located near the Short North in Victorian Village. A beautiful public park, approximately 32 acres, donated in 1851 to the city of Columbus. Events such as Comfest are held here, and in 1861, Goodale Park acted as a staging area for the Union Army. And if you're lucky, you'll find someone playing music, like I did, and it'll act as a stage for a personal concert!
Goodale Park makes for the perfect place for an early run, a resting stop after eating some goodies from the North Market, a picnic area, or just a relaxing walk to brighten your day! However, without the Friends of Goodale Park volunteer group, a non-profit who works hard to keep this beautiful park looking its best, we would not have this amazing park to enjoy! Many companies, organizations, and grants have helped maintain and preserve Goodale Park by donating; you can too, here
Seriously, go take a walk in the park. It’s too nice out not to.