DIRECTIONS & ACCOMMODATIONS

The Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center is a LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Certified facility located on the campus of The Ohio State University. The building is listed on the United States Green Building Council's website as a case study for future project teams seeking certification, with features including geothermal heating and cooling, reflective roof, and architecture designed to maximize outdoor light exposure.  

Symposium Location: 

Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center

2201 Fred Taylor Drive

Columbus, Ohio 43221

Getting to the Symposium  

 

  

 

By Car

 

The Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center is located at 2201 Fred Taylor Drive, Columbus, OH 43210 across the street from the Jerome Schottenstein Center and the Bill Davis Stadium. Parking is behind the building and overflow is across the street in the Bill Davis Stadium lot.

 

 

 

From the North:

315 South to the OSU-Lane Avenue exit. Turn left onto Lane Avenue. Take Lane Avenue to Fred Taylor Drive/Fyffe Road. Turn left onto Fred Taylor Drive. The Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center is the first building on your left.

 

From the South:

315 North to the OSU-Lane Avenue exit. Turn right onto Lane Avenue. Take Lane Avenue to Fred Taylor Drive/Fyffe Road. Turn left onto Fred Taylor Drive. The Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center is the first building on your left.

 

From the East:

70 West to 315 North. 315 North to the OSU-Lane Avenue exit. Turn right onto Lane Avenue. Take Lane Avenue to Fred Taylor Drive/Fyffe Road. Turn left onto Fred Taylor Drive. The Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center is the first building on your left.

 

From the West:

70 East to 315 North. 315 North to the OSU-Lane Avenue exit. Turn right onto Lane Avenue. Take Lane Avenue to Fred Taylor Drive/Fyffe Road. Turn left onto Fred Taylor Drive. The Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center is the first building on your left.

By Air

 

The Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center is located approximately 20-minutes' drive from the John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH), with direct flights to and from most major U.S. cities daily.  Airport taxi service is available 24 hours per day, as are Car2Go rentals from the nearby The Parking Spot.  Numerous rental car agencies are also open during peak travel hours.  

If you plan to drive and park your vehicle, please click the icon to the left to download a 4H Center Parking Pass and place it on your car's dash.  

To download a map of parking locations close to the Symposium, please click the icon to the left.

Accommodations 

  

 

Rooms have been reserved at three nearby hotels, each within a 20-minutes' walk from the the Symposium location.  Please note that the rooms will be released after June 30, 2017, and are available on a first come, first served basis, so we encourage you to make your reservations at your earliest convenience.  When you call to book your room, make sure to mention the Energy Impacts 'block group' or 'group name' to receive the preferred rates listed below.  You can also click here to view a list of other hotels in the greater Columbus area.   

Staybridge Suites

3125 Olentangy River Road

Columbus, Ohio 43202  

[website]

 

.9 miles/1.45 km from Symposium location

$119.99/night for 2 Queens/1 King rooms

  

Call +1 (614) 262-6900 to book rooms, referencing the Energy Impacts block group

Blackwell Inn

2110 Tuttle Park Place 

Columbus, OH 43210

[website]

.8 miles/1.29 km from Symposium location

$149/night for 2 Queens/1 King rooms

Call +1 (614) 247-4000 to book rooms, referencing the Energy Impacts block group

Red Roof Inn

441 Ackerman Road 

Columbus, OH 43202

[website]

.9 miles/1.45 km from Symposium location

$84.99-$114.74/night for 2 Queens/1 King rooms

Call +1 (614) 267-9941 to book rooms, referencing the Energy Impacts group name

Energy Impacts Research Coordination Network 

In partnership with:

Energy Impacts Research Coordination Network

 

The Ohio State University

School of Environment and Natural Resources

210 Kottman Hall

2021 Coffey Road

Columbus, OH 43210

 

T: (614) 292-2265

www.EnergyImpacts.org

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1528422. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.