Riverside Crossing Park

Riverside Crossing Park is the newest addition to a broader system of regional parks and local recreational systems, linking to these assets through extensive shared use paths, water recreation access points and scenic natural connections.

Upper Plaza and Pavilion

  • Shaded gathering space with lighting
  • Men’s, women’s, and family restrooms (all universally accessible)
  • Gas fireplace
  • Seating area with tables and chairs
  • Overlook of the Scioto River
  • Custom guard railing that utilized the leaf and branch patterns from trees along the river
  • WiFi access points
  • Trash and recycling receptacles
  • Green roof
  • Power service available for permitted events

Lower Plaza

  • Ample bench seating
  • Flowing water feature that provides a relaxing ambiance
  • Seating with tables and chairs
  • Lighting for use in the evening
  • Trash and recycling receptacles
  • WiFi Access
  • Trees within the plaza that require special soil cells and irrigation placed below the pavement, which allow the trees to grow within the urban plaza space
  • Boulder play area with artificial turf and fall attenuated padding
  • Power service available for permitted events

Large Water Feature / Stairway to Lower Plaza

  • Picturesque water feature
  • Built-in amphitheater style seating next to the water feature
  • Lighted stairs to walking paths
  • Seating area with tables and chairs
  • WiFi Access

Shared Use Path

  • Accessible shared use path along the river
    • Connections to Riverside Drive
    • Pedestrian tunnel connection on the north end of the park to cross under Riverside Drive at John Shields Parkway
  • Benches along the shared use path closest to the river
  • Trash and recycling receptacles along the main path
  • North overlook with benches just off the main path
  • South overlook with benches just off the main path
  • Northern boulder respite area with a grass path connection (just north of the Northern Overlook)
  • Southern respite area (just south of the Pavilion)
  • Power provided in locations for permitted events
  • Connections to other shared use paths and parks
    • Path connections to shared use paths along Emerald Parkway and S.R. 161
    • Path connection to Kiwanis Riverway Park on the southern end of Riverside Crossing Park

Great Lawn Area

  • Expansive lawn area for recreational use (area closed until late spring 2022 to allow for grass to establish).

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Revised Charter of Dublin, Ohio

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