Antrim Park

Antrim Park
5800 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, Ohio 43085
Antrim Park webpage

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Coordinates: 40.080852, -83.0334116
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About Antrim Park
Antrim is a nearly 120-acre park surrounded by a quarried lake and the Olentangy Greenway Trail , great for running, walking, biking or skating. Antrim Park is a popular place for fishing, which can be done off the banks or from the large accessible dock. The lake is stocked once a year with Rainbow Trout by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. No boats or swimming are permitted in the lake, however. Antrim Park was acquired in 1970 as a gift from the Antrim family and dedicated to John C. Antrim. Mr. Antrim was the owner of the Olentangy Corporation that quarried the property.
From Antrim Park webpage