I am a resident of Pickerington, Ohio, a small town in the eastern part of Ohio State. I am the son of a former Ohio State University football player and was a member of both the football and basketball teams at Pickington High School. We have a lot of great friends and a great community of football fans in our community.
Pickerington is surrounded by the natural beauty of rural Ohio, so it is only logical that its park system is scattered throughout the region, with 19 parks. Much of the park is out of bounds, but the parks themselves are very large and a great place to peacefully observe nature. This quiet park is almost never crowded (except in Blacklick Woods) and much of it is within the city limits. While the Uptown Pickeringtons are enchanted by their many restaurants, bars, shops, restaurants and other amenities, Redbud Commons has the fabulous Pickeredton Ponds Metro Park, which is literally in its backyard.
There is a wealth of shopping and dining experiences and there are some great restaurants on the Pickerington Medical Campus, just a stone's throw from downtown. Olde Pickeredton is charmed by its historic architecture, historic buildings and historic churches, as well as its many restaurants and bars.
Pickerington residents use the facilities mentioned above, including proximity to Columbus. Autumn is also an excellent time to see the beautiful autumn leaves of the area and enjoy the cool but not too cool weather. There are many fun festivals throughout the year, including the annual Autumn Festival and the annual Summer Festival, as well as a host of other events.
The section of the Scioto Greenway on the side of this river is definitely worth a visit, especially for those interested in hiking, cycling and other outdoor activities. One of my favorite parts of Ohio is when the road goes under Interstate 70. At first I thought I was at the end, but it's on to West Whittier Street.
There are a number of restaurants nearby, including some on the corner of West Whittier Street and Scioto Greenway, as well as a few local bars and restaurants. Based on HotelPlanner's rating results, this is one of the best rated independent hotels in the city and also a good choice for a brand hotel. The Choice Hotel in Pickerington is the second best hotel, behind only the Hilton Garden Inn in Columbus.
Based on customer reviews over the last 365 days, this is one of the top rated hotels in the city and also a good choice for a brand hotel. East is the second best branded hotel in Pickerington rated by Marriott and Starwood based on customer ratings.
This is one of the top rated IHG brand hotels in Pickerington and also a good choice for a brand hotel based on user ratings. This is the second best Western hotel in the city based on user and review reviews, and a great option for anyone interested in a high-customer satisfaction hotel.
The Blacklick Creek Greenway Trail from Pickerington Ponds Metro Park is accessible by bike, and other city parks include Victory Park and Sycamore Creek Park on the east side of the city at the intersection of East Main Street and East Market Street.
Pickerington is also home to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, located at 13515 Yarmouth Dr. near Interstate 70. On the west bank of the Scioto River, guests have access to the city's parks, thoroughfares, cycle paths and bicycle parking. Pickeringtons is also home to Topps Motorcycles, a local motorcycle manufacturer, and a variety of local events, including the Motorcycle Meeting, the Ohio Motorcycle 'Association, and the International Motorcycle Association of Ohio (IMAO), and is the host city of the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, located at 135 15th Street at the intersection of East Main Street and East Market Street on the east side of downtown.
The city also has a historic downtown shopping street, while Violet Township is home to a variety of restaurants, bars and shops, as well as a number of rolling hills for hiking and cycling. It has a network of paths that lead through a variety of ecosystems and is one of the oldest in the Columbus system. Pickerington has several bike lanes, including the Scioto River Bikeway and the city's cycle path network, but it is the only one in Ohio with a cycle path network of this kind. The city also has a historic downtown shopping area, with Violet Township a popular destination for cyclists and hikers, especially on the hills that roll up and down the hill.
A prominent reason families prefer this city to other cities to move and settle there is its friends and its surroundings. Pickerington is so close to Columbus that it is almost considered part of the city and has a small small town charm. In addition, families looking to escape the chaotic city life will find comfort in the quiet and peaceful surroundings of our city. Redbud Commons continues to allow empty nests to live in a community they love, and now that they are aging, there are a number of great home events that make Pickeredton a home.