733 Hebron Rd.
Heath, OH 43056
Phone: (740) 522-1165
Fax: (740) 281-3828
733 Hebron Rd., Heath, OH, US, 43056
- Phone: (740) 522-1165
- Fax: (740) 281-3828
Golfers will enjoy its Indoor/outdoor heated driving range and Pro Shop.
A public 18-hole, par-3 Executive short course. Golf lessons, pro shops, clubs and cart rental, and clubhouse facilities are available.
Bent grass rolling fairways, large undulating greens, more than 100 feet of elevation change, and 125 white sculptured bunkers await you at this 18 hole public golf course.
Inniswood Metro Gardens is a beautiful oasis where guests can observe the beauty of nature and spend time in peace amongst the many flowers. These gardens are wonderful for people of any age, children and adults alike, with scenic, winding walkways and a picturesque setting. There is also a children's garden in addition to a meditation garden and a rose garden.
A dual rink facility that features one NHL regulation sized rink and one Olympic sized rink, the only one of its kind in Ohio. Concession stands and the Blue Jackets Zone pro shop are also on site and skate rentals and locker rooms are available.
Westerville Golf Center is one of the Columbus region's most popular miniature golf courses. There are two separate 18-hole golf courses at this facility and both are a great way to spend quality time with family and friends. There are also batting cages here if you prefer to play a game like Babe Ruth instead of Tiger Woods.
Challenging for all levels to play, Zanesville's original public golf course is a regulation 18 holes. Sporadic bunkers and water do come into play. A pro shop, restaurant, clubhouse facilities, riding carts, and golf lessons are available.
The Franklin Park Conservatory is an institution. Serving Columbus residents and visitors since 1895, it has always been home to a premiere collection of exotic flora. The place has changed with the times, however, opening facilities for other educational and entertainment-oriented events. Today, it's famous not only for its plants, but also for its James Turrell light installation and its Dale Chihuly glass exhibition. Throughout the year, the conservatory hosts an ongoing series of special events, some aimed at the science-minded set, others more like an unabashed party. See website for complete visitor details and events calendar.
An 18 hole regulation course with rolling hills, the back nine are more of a challenge and water comes into play on eight holes.
Find out what farm-life was in Ohio more than a century ago at Slate Run Living Historical Farm. It features a restored Gothic-Revival farmhouse dating back to 1856 and the barn that was revived by Amish carpenters. Stroll through the house, barns and gardens to see the costumed staff giving live demonstrations, farming with draft horses and working in the house. Be a part of the activities that change according to the season. Animals like the Merino sheep and Poland China hog will keep the kids entertained.
Columbus Motor Speedway is an asphalt racing track located in Obetz near Columbus. The earliest motorcycle race was held at the speedway in 1946.
The Columbus Topiary Garden is a topiary garden unlike any other. Whereas the average topiary garden collects a bunch of random figures doing random things, this one is a unified work. It recreates Georges Seurat's classic painting ‘A Sunday on the Island of La Grand Jatte’ in three dimensional shrubberies. Each life-size (if not larger) figure plays the part of a figure in the painting, and it is marvelous. An on-site museum will fill you in on the history of the park, the Old Deaf School, and the surrounding neighborhood. Hours are daily from sunrise to sunset.