The Heart of Beulah Park

A new park and conservation area, situated within 58 acres, will bring residents of this premier neighborhood an unmatched outdoor experience.

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An Unprecedented Connection to Nature

All of the vibrant living options at Beulah Park are anchored by a 32-acre central park chock full of features and opportunities for enjoyment. This greater Columbus park, surrounded by single loaded streets, brings an emphasis to wellness, healthy living and sense of place to the neighborhood.

Meticulously Planned Park Features

The Beulah Park neighborhood’s central park offers a huge number of attractions for community residents. Some of the features that will help establish a tone for this vibrant neighborhood are:

Gather: Future home of the Southwest Franklin County Performing Arts Center
Location: A direct connection to downtown
The Past: A “finish line” feature paying homage to Beulah Park’s horse racing past
Nature: An open lawn and nearby tree-covered recreation space
The View: Overlook spaces with views of pedestrian connections to neighborhood roads and downtown
Parking: Convenient parking in multiple areas
Playgrounds: A play area, featuring separate playgrounds for different age groups as well as space for a possible splash pad
Shelter House: A shelter house, rentable for events and with ample parking
Winter Activities: A sledding hill for wintertime recreation
Trails: A variety of trails, with exercise stations dotted throughout
Picnics: Picnic shelters designed to pay homage to the park’s history
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Park Design

The park at the center of the neighborhood went through an extensive planning process, incorporating suggestions and feedback from more than 700 members of the Grove City community. Priorities for its development included:

  • Unique character
  • Space for community events
  • Connections to downtown Grove City
  • Fun for all age groups
  • Recognition of the area’s history

Conservation Area

Beulah Park’s expansive green space allows opportunities for even more appreciation of nature. The conservation area is directly connected to Grove City’s Breck Community Park, giving Beulah Park residents and visitors access to another 25-plus acres of community space. Breck is a destination for dog owners, featuring multiple dedicated off-leash play areas as well as walking and biking paths.

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