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5 Routes to the River

Friday, August 14, 2015 12:00 AM by Sara Blatnik

One of Dublin’s most underutilized natural resources can be overlooked by the untrained eye. The Scioto River is more than 231 miles in length and runs directly through our city. On top of beautiful landscapes and scenery, the Scioto River offers kayaking, fishing, swimming, boating and more.


6 Stunning Spots to Tie the Knot in Dublin

Friday, July 10, 2015 12:00 AM by Megan Hurley

Planning where to hold your wedding is a big decision. There are so many things to consider! How much space do you need? Inside or out? Dressy or more casual? The list goes on. Once you’ve gone through this mental checklist you can begin the search for the perfect venue. This can also be a daunting…

Get Social in Dublin

Friday, June 26, 2015 12:00 AM by Megan Hurley

Some of you may have noticed a new feature on our website. Before you continue reading, take a second to glance up and notice the green button above that says #GetSocial.

(*Note: if you are on a mobile device, you are probably wondering why you aren’t seeing it. Don’t freak out, we are still working

Dublin Dips

Friday, June 19, 2015 12:00 AM by Megan Hurley

Summer is upon on us and so are the rising temperatures. Beat the heat by heading to one of our top spots to cool down in Dublin.

  • Zoombezi Bay. This one’s a given. What better way to spend a hot summer day than at a water park? Fly down 17 huge water slides or float along a lazy river. Ride