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Spectator sports can be found all around Columbus

Does any one neighborhood in Columbus have a premium on spectator sports in this town?  I'm happy to report that the answer is no.  This part of the state boasts two large arenas, one major college football stadium, two horse racing racetracks, one ballpark, one soccer stadium, a drag strip, a major golf tournament, and a road racing course - just to name a few. 

Here are just a few of the top venues in town and where you can find them:

Nationwide Areana
200 West Nationwide Boulevard
Columbus, OH 43215-2563
(614) 246-2000
Value City Arena (Ohio State University Campus)
555 Borror Drive
Columbus, OH 43210-1187
(614) 688-8400

Horse Racing:

Scioto Downs

6000 South High Street
Lockbourne, OH 43137-9275
(614) 491-2515

Beulah Park
3811 Southwest Boulevard
Grove City, OH 43123-9072
(614) 871-9600
Ohio Stadium (Ohio State University Campus)

411 Woody Hayes Dr
Columbus, OH 43210

Crew Stadium
One Black & Gold Blvd.
Columbus,OH 43211
Muifield Village (Memorial Tournament)
5750 Memorial Drive 
Dublin, OH 43017
Directions and more »

Auto Racing:

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

7721 Steam Corners Road

Lexington, Ohio 44904

National Trail Raceway

2650 National Road Southwest
Hebron, OH 43025-9639
(740) 928-5706

To help get the most out of living in Central Ohio, make a list - and a resolution - to check out at least one event at each of these great locations in 2010.





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