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6 “Mud” Free Parks

Columbus is full of some amazing parks. Early spring in Central Ohio has a tendency to be rainy. We want to get the kids outside, but sometimes we want to skip the mud.

Here at Columbus Moms Blog, we wanted to give you a list of our favorite “mud” free parks.

So here we go!

                             Emerald Fields Park

  1. Emerald Fields Park
    • Location: 4040 Wyandotte Woods Blvd, Dublin, OH 
    • This is a large park with a nice climbing structure, infant swings and handicap swing available,  fun music play structure with bathrooms located nearby.
  2. Wyman Woods Park
    • Location: 1450 Goodale Blvd, Grandview Heights, OH
    • Wyman Woods Park is a newer park in the area.  There is not a lot of shade which makes it good for the early days of spring. There are baby swings and a handicap swing available along with fun rock structures or climbing and a pavilion that can be rented. 
  3. Avery Park
    • Location: 7501 Avery Road, Dublin, OH
    • A large park located in Dublin with an all turf area with a good size play structure. On the side of the park are loads of soccer fields that are used for games.
  4. Scioto Audubon Metro Park
    • Location: 400 W. Whittier Street, Columbus, OH
    • This is one of the more unique parks in Columbus. There is a visitor center that has a small indoor area for children to play along with a massive turf outdoor area with fun climbing structures and a large climbing wall. 
    • Be sure to check out the storytimes and upcoming events here: Scioto Audubon Metro Park
  5. Millstone Creek Park
    • Location: 745 N Spring Rd, Westerville, OH 
    • All nice rubber turf with a massive climbing structure with slides for endless hours of fun. Nice visibility of entire playground and seating for parents. 
    • Website: Millstone Creek Park
  6. Veterans Park 
    • Location: 1121 S. Houk Road, Delaware, OH
    • One of Delaware’s best. This dinosaur theme park is great for the little ones. It is adjacent to the YMCA has a dinosaur slide and a splash pad in the summer months. There are concession stands (limited hours), Wi-fi, and Picnic Shelters with plenty of seating for parents. 
Veterans Park

                               Veterans Park

Until next time…

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One Response to 6 “Mud” Free Parks

  1. Melissa April 12, 2017 at 8:55 am #

    Thank you for sharing!! I’m a total neat freak and I want to get Emily out and about but I also don’t want a mud-covered toddler! I’ll definitely be checking out these places asap! Thank you for putting this list together for us neat-freak parents 🙂

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