- TripBuzz found 129 things to do with kids in or near Columbus, Ohio, including 108 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dublin, Westerville, Hilliard and Grove City.
- From Ohio Stadium to Nationwide Arena, the Columbus area offers 65 different types of family activities, including: Sports Stadiums (Professional), Parks, Neighborhoods and Family Fun Center.
- Columbus is the capital of Ohio, the largest city in the state, and the fifteenth largest city in the U.S. with a population of over 822,000 people. With so many people, there is always something to do in the city including the Ohio State Fair, the Columbus Arts Festival, some of the largest gay pride parades in the Midwest, and ComFest.
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Teams of up to five bowl at a renovated, 32-lane alley that has hosted 5 PBA tournaments and features an interactive BES X scoring system
Used by hikers, bikers, and other outdoor enthusiasts, the Scioto Run Nature Trail is a serene trail available to the public. The trail runs through a wooded area that provides views of local wildlife and flora.
A 16.89-acre facility, Hilliard Green Park features a chldren's play structure, swings and picnic tables. The park has a loop trail taking visitors into a large grass area that can be used for sports or other recreational activities.
Created to showcase high school talent, Gahanna Lincoln Theater features many quality theater productions throughout the year. The theater is also used to teach and train students in every aspect of the performing arts.
Spacious with lots of outdoor recreation, Academy Park is very busy. It offers fun for the entire family including fishing ponds, baseball fields and basketball courts. The park is further designed with trails for walking, running, bicycling or skating.
Featuring a large grass field, Tinapple Park provides a children's playground, two basketball hoops and a sheltered picnic area with tables. There is a paved trail that follows the perimeter of the park that is suitable for walking or running.
Popular first-run Hollywood films are screened at the Cinemark Theater, which provides all stadium seating. Movies are presented in Real-D 3-D when available, and guests can enjoy a full concession stand an on-site video game arcade.