Capital City Cakes

11.25.2013


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Capital City Cakes provides unique treats to satisfy your sweet tooth or for your special occasion. Their bakery case is ever-changing, with different flavors of cake pops, cookies, cupcakes, and more!

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Pinnacle Golf Club

11.15.2013

Pinnacle Golf Club is a full service private golf club located just ten minutes from downtown Columbus in Grove City, Ohio. Pinnacle features a Lanny Wadkins Signature course that’s carved from a beautiful piece of rolling and wooded farmland.

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YMCA

11.15.2013

From swimming to running to weightlifting and beyond, the local YMCA has a lot to offer visitors and residents alike. Through a special partnership between the Grove City Visitors and Convention Bureau and our local YMCA, we have opportunities for visitors (even groups!) to take advantage of the healthy options at the YMCA.

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Grove City Town Center

11.14.2013

Charming location sprinkled with unique shops and local eateries as well as a winery to make for an excellent shopping excursion.

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Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park

11.14.2013

Boasting more than 18 miles of trails, a 14,000 square foot nature center with living stream and interactive exhibits, and Osprey Lake, a 14 acre pond for fishing with a dog swimming area.

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Trapper John’s Canoe Livery

11.14.2013

Relax with a canoe, kayak or tubing trip down the Big Darby River. Bring your pole and gear to fish along the way or arrange to camp in their primitive camping location.

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Henceroth Park

11.14.2013

A 22 acre eco-friendly park, Henceroth features a wooded nature trail, solar lights, a playground made from recycled materials, and a walk/run/bike path with exercise equipment. The butterfly garden and bluebird boxes add an element of beauty as well.

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Windsor Park

11.14.2013

More than 55 years old and covering 38 acres, Windsor Park is the oldest community-sized park in Grove City and home to youth baseball. Featuring 11 diamonds suited for teams preschool-aged to adult, Windsor also houses batting cages and tennis courts. The 14,000 square foot Evans Center is also located at Windsor Park.

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Fryer Park

11.14.2013

This 110 acre educational and recreational park is a destination in itself. With 8 softball diamonds, a preserved wooded area for bird watching or nature walks, a one mile recreational trail for walking or biking, a sledding hill, a space themed all accessible playground and the turn of the century inspired Century Village, Fryer Park is a must visit for residents and visitors of all ages.

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Grove City Skate Park

11.14.2013

Built in 2006, this 11,000 square foot park includes three foot to eighteen foot bowls, ramps, rails, and boxes for beginners and pros alike to hone or show off their skills on a skateboard. The skatepark features bleachers, shade structures, and drinking fountains.

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