At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

It’s day 15 of our 40-day #GetOutAndGO project, today featuring the Scioto Bike trail and nearby Columbus, OH park space.

Take a Ride in Columbus and Explore the Scioto Bike Trail

The #GetOutAndGO campaign is about encouraging you to find adventure in the everyday. Today we’ve found a great example of that with the Scioto Bike Trail in Columbus, Ohio.

Columbus is the 15th largest city in the U.S. and home to over 850,000 people. Finding time to escape can be tough in a city so large, so we’re suggesting you explore the city and its park system via the Scioto Bike Trail.

The trail provides commuters and travelers access to many of the city’s neighborhoods and links over a dozen green spaces, promenades, and parks in an expansive system across the downtown waterfront. Discover the rich history of Columbus along the Scioto Mile, and enjoy the cityscapes along the riverside at North Bank Park.

In honor of the Scioto Bike Trail and the outdoor access it provides to so many, Saris Racks is giving away a SuperClamp Bike Rack! Enter to win here.

Next time you’re passing through Columbus, consider seeing the city from a new perspective on the Scioto Bike Trail.

Get Out And Explore Columbus, OH!

The adventure doesn’t have to end in Columbus! Check out Ash Cave at Hocking Hills State Park. You’ll be blown away by the natural geologic formations just an hour away from the city.

Experience the best of Columbus and greater Ohio with

Enter to win a SylvanSport GO Camper

Mike Dever, Cindy Dever and Rebecca Harris enjoy the Sylvan Sport GO with a class B camper

The SylvanSport GO is a utility trailer/toy hauler/camping trailer… all in one. Hailed as the “Coolest. Camper. Ever.” by National Geographic Adventure, the GO is lightweight, easy to manage and able to be towed by almost any vehicle. Enter to win here.

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  • Andrew Sporrer

    Andrew Sporrer

    Andrew (most people call him Ace) grew up in rural western Pennsylvania and spent most of his time outside eating indigenous birds and learning different ways to make fire. He took a few years to explore the PNW while living in Seattle, but the longing for his home range recently brought him to RVA. Follow him on Instagram and check out his other work dedicated to improving your outdoor experiences at Ace-Outside.