Pataskala is a city in Licking County, Ohio, United States. The population was 14,962 at the 2010 census. Pataskala was a small community until 1996, when what was then the village of Pataskala merged with Lima Township, vastly increasing its population and geographic area.
Restaurants in Pataskala
4.5 based on 63 reviews
The focus of this museum is primarily historical AMA racers and personalities. The hardware (bikes) are prominently featured usually in connection with featured historical racers. The bikes are of historical significance as the very bikes used by the feature rider in a notable season of racing, as a first or last of its type in a particular racing category, or in its role in a particular racer's notable achievement. The displays are less about the bike's mechanical details and their evolution but you can get close enough to the bikes to appreciate their design and construction. The display placards give typically a paragraph about the racer and one about the bike, which was enough to inform and appreciate without becoming boring. My only criticism is that often large photo portraits of the historical racers were not located adjacent to the bikes associated with them, which could be confusing. As a car guy, engineer, and racing enthusiast, I learned a lot and was able to appreciate what was presented without specifically being a motorcycle enthusiast. My college-age son who is studying engineering and has a vague interest in motorcycles also found it interesting. Admission is a reasonable $10 per person for non-AMA members.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
This beautiful five-acre park is the centerpiece of historic Olde Gahanna. Best known for its lovely waterfall, the park invites visitors to stroll the walkways, enjoy a nostalgic picnic, take a paddle boat ride, fish, or wade in the delightful water of the meandering Big Walnut Creek.
Whether it's special events that are held in the area (Corvette and Custom Car show, Blues Fest, Creepside, etc), or just a free live music event, it's a cool place to go.
We walk there and hang out, get some dinner, walk around, have some ice cream, watch the ducks swim around, just relax in general.
Could use a few more restaurants in the area just to add a little more variety, but overall, still a quant little area.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Whether its a family, couples, or school groups there's something for everybody. It's really not cheap for the apples themeselves, but they're HUGE and almost all in perfect shape. You can eat your fill, but one apple is more than enough. The kiddie things cost, but only 2 or 3 dollars.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
National Trail Raceway is definitely a nice track. My wife says the best part is the regular bathrooms down under the grandstands!.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
This park is so close to us. It has a great walking/biking trail that comments with the longer trail in Pickerington. There are several good grassy areas with tables and covered eating areas. Its very user friendly and the park staff is always quick to answer any questions. I love going to the wildlife watching building in the back of the park-- I'm always amazed at the number of birds and small wildlife at the feeders!
4 based on 1 reviews
This is a great stop for an unique antique. Quality furniture, beautiful dishware, unique gifts for the hard to shop for person. Don't let the outside of the building fool you - step in and be amazed. These owners take special care of their special items. Check out the photos attached. I am not related or have any affiliation.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Founded in 1973, Gahanna Woods State Nature Preserve is a successful effort to save one of the last remaining large stands of woods in central Ohio. The preserve is both a nature lover and bird watcher’s dream, with rare species of vegetation, including some of Ohio’s most exceptional wildflowers, and rarely-seen wildlife. Consisting of more than 50 acres, the preserve offers plenty of scenic hiking trails and areas for picnicking.
Gahanna Woods is actually 2 parks in one because the east side is a wetlands preserve and the west side is a walking park. Both sides may be hiked but bikes, dogs and other domesticated animals are not permitted on the wetlands preserve because they would disturb the natural habitat. The west side has nice trails for walking and walking with pets. By making a loop within a loop, approximately 5 miles of trails can be walked without crossing over too much of the same terrain, but shorter loops are definitely available.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Stopped here to check out the fall farm. It's a great fun time for everyone. Pumpkin patch, lots of items to buy, a kids area, cows, goats and more. Worth the trip out to get your fall items fresh from the farm. Fun decorations for the home and Halloween. Plus lots of old farm equipment to take a look at. Very nice place for a couple or family. It's a big place so set some time aside to check everything out. We were very happy to have found it.
5 based on 2 reviews
We offer hot air balloon rides within the Central Ohio area.Marion, Delaware, Columbus, Newark, Granville, Lancaster.We can handle parties of up to 8 passengers, using 2 balloons.We can fly weekdays and weekends, AM's and PM's. Passenger age starts at 13 yrs old or older. If you have any questions, please feel free to give me a call @ 614-870-2539.
My husband and oldest son flew in a balloon which I was allowed to follow until they landed. It was a wonderful trip for them and exciting to watch them fly over farms and buildings - especially in the suburbs. They are very friendly and when they landed they invited all the neighborhood children to help fold up the balloon that was several houses long in the street!
5 based on 2 reviews
Has everything that you expect at a fall harvest farm and then some. Family run and very friendly. Cost less than the other farms that I have been too. All activities are included in admission price
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