German Village Frank Fetch Park

Saturday, April 23rd, 2022 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (ET)
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Frank Fetch Park has been recognized as the 'Best Park in Columbus' multiple times as it is a unique lot of land in the heart of German Village that is maintained by a public/private partnership.
Through the efforts of Frank Fetch and other members of The German Village Society, a piece of ground on Beck Street was acquired by the City of Columbus in 1962. A house that once stood on the site was raised and the 0.2 acre park was developed by Parks crews. The work was completed and the park opened in 1966.

The park was developed by Park Landscape Architects along the lines of a 19th Century “Bier Garten” of Germany with walls, pavements, flower planters, extensive landscaping and decorative gas lights. Picnic tables were added for passive use and special uses such as art exhibits were encouraged.

This year the German Village Garten Club is hosting an Earth Day 'Cultivation' event at Frank Fetch Park to invite the neighborhood and volunteers to help brighten the park up as Spring gets into full swing. 

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