Clintonville is a leafy residential neighborhood in north-central Columbus with winding roads along glacial ravines and homes of varied architectural styles and sizes. A well-used paved biking/walking path hugs the Olentangy River and meanders through several parks, connecting to downtown and the northern suburbs. Eclectic vintage and retail stores, restaurants and pubs cluster along North High Street and Indianola Avenue, making it a favorite destination for those seeking an “indie” shopping experience. Whetstone Park, a community landmark, features walking and biking paths, sporting fields and courts, a ravine, pond, library, recreation center and the 13-acre Park of Roses. Throughout the summer, the Park of Roses hosts Sunday evening concerts at its gazebo, along with countless weddings and community events. Though not an independent suburb, its residents hail it as a charming place to live.