Scioto Grove Metro Park

04.12.2016


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COVID-19/Coronavirus 2020 Update  – All Grove City area parks are open and available for you to get the fresh air […]

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Walnut Woods

11.14.2013

Walnut Woods’ Tall Pines Area opened in July 2011 and features a 2.6 mile trail and picnic areas.  The Buckeye […]

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Three Creeks

11.14.2013

An interconnected system of trails along Central Ohio’s seven major streams, Three Creeks is more than 1,000 acres featuring athletic fields, a 42 passenger tram for tours, and a dog park.

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Slate Run and Living Historical Farm

11.14.2013

Over 1700 acres with a 156 acre wetlands preserve, Slate Run also features 12 miles of trails, a restored 1800s covered bridge and the Slate Run Living Historical Farm. The Historical Farm allows visitors to experience what life was like on an Ohio Farm in the 1880s.

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Sharon Woods

11.14.2013

More than 700 acres of metropark, Sharon Woods is home to Shrock Lake and Spring Hollow Lodge, plenty of natural play areas, and trails.

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Scioto Audubon Metro Park

11.14.2013

A 120 acre metropark on the banks of the Scioto River in Downtown Columbus, Scioto Audubon boasts the largest outdoor free climbing wall (for experienced climbers only) in the United States. The park also features a dog park and sand volleyball court.

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Prairie Oaks

11.14.2013

More than 2200 acres of metropark with more than 500 of them devoted to lush prairies and grasslands.

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Pickerington Ponds

11.14.2013

Notable birding area with more than 260 species of birds, Pickerington Ponds contains a blue heron rookery with 50 or more nests during mating season.

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Inniswood Metro Gardens

11.14.2013

More than 100 acres of gardens featuring more than 2000 species of plants and the Innis House running educational programs, housing horticultural reference books, and monthly art exhibits.

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Heritage Trail

11.14.2013

Beginning in downtown Hilliard, Heritage Trail features a seven mile trail converted from an abandoned right of way. There is also a 3.6 mile parallel trail for horseback riding and a 4 acre dog park.

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