Located north of the Franklin Park Conservatory, between OSU Hospital East and Bexley, Woodland Park is home to a uniquely broad range of early 20th century residential architecture, including Arts and Crafts, Tudor, and Dutch Colonial, ranging in size from the coziest bungalow, to high-rise condominiums, to the grandest of mansions. A branch of the Columbus Public Library and YMCA are located in Woodland Park, and the Franklin Park Conservatory is only a short walk across Broad Street. Woodland Park’s proximity to downtown makes popular destinations only moments away.
Woodland Park has been home to some of the leading residents of Columbus, Ohio, including noted artist Emerson Burkhart. Today, Woodland Park is home to nationally renowned artist Omar Shaheed, and its residents include every race, profession, income level, and background, making Woodland Park a truly diverse neighborhood.