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Did you know Dublin was once frequented by several Native American tribes? Back in the 1800s, Dublin was known for rich land, natural spring water and access to the Scioto River, a natural transportation route for their civilizations.

Read on to learn more about some notable sites honoring our…

10 Playful Parks in Dublin, Ohio

Friday, April 5, 2019 8:00 AM by Meg Berno

In Dublin, green space is a priority. With more than 60 parks in the City, each offers something different. Read on to find our favorites with unique, playful elements perfect for your family’s next outdoor adventure.

Amberleigh Community Park | 4715 Vista Ridge Drive

Amberleigh Community Park is a…

Scenic Bike Paths in Dublin, Ohio

Thursday, May 3, 2018 12:00 AM by Allie Humes

May is National Bike Month, and Dublin is the perfect place to celebrate! With over 100 miles of paths throughout the city, we hope you’ll join us for a ride. Learn the paths, events, reasons to bike and all about Dublin's new bike sharing program below!

SCENIC PATHS

Whether you ride for exercise, ride to compete or ride for leisure cycling through Dublin is safe. Learn more about Bicycle Safety. …

Dublin, Ohio is home to many hidden gems - beautiful outdoor spots that locals and visitors alike love to explore! Dublin is home to over 60 developed parks; each one offering a unique experience. Pair that with some of Dublin's favorite restaurants and you are ready for a scenic picnic. Whether you're looking for a quick lunch and some adventure or a relaxing meal in a quiet spot, Dublin has something you will love.

History of the Dancing Hares

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:00 AM by Marissa Fracassa

Did you know rabbits can dance in Dublin, Ohio?! Learn the history of the Ballantrae Giant Dancing Hares and why it’s a local favorite!

Many locals refer to the Dancing Hares as the Bunny Hill or Bunny Park. The Hares are up to 24” tall and were commissioned in 2001 by artist Sophie Ryder’s hometown of London, England. 

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.

But…

Best Hiking Spots in Dublin

Friday, April 24, 2015 12:00 AM by Megan Hurley

Sometimes we just need to escape our hectic lives and immerse ourselves in nature. I’m right there with you. With the colorful foliage at its peak and winter on its way, it’s hard not to want to see it all in person. With the days getting longer and nicer, I have made a point to explore some of the…