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Central Ohio Greenways The Central Ohio Greenways Trails are an extensive series of trails that meander through picnic areas, boating and fishing facilities and family-friendly parks.
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Alum Creek Trail Greenway Icon

Alum Creek Trail The Alum Creek Trail travels along one of the city's most scenic river corridors, from Westerville to Three Creeks Park. - learn more

Big Walnut Trail Greenway Icon

Big Walnut Trail Currently, the longest completed section of this trail connects Hoover Reservoir to Inniswoods Metro Gardens.

Blacklick Trail Greenway Icon

Blacklick Creek Trail This scenic trail weaves users throughout the Blacklick Creek Greenway corridor. Users of this trail can travel to three different parks. Pickerington Ponds, Blacklick Woods and Three Creeks Park. - learn more

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Camp Chase Trail - Learn More

Darby Creek Trail Greenway Icon

Darby Creek Trail This trail runs on the west side of Big Darby Creek, a State and National Scenic River. the trail extends across the creek and connects with Darby Bend Lake.

I670 Trail Greenway Icon

Downtown Connector (I-670 Trail) The Downtown Connector travels from Fort Hayes, east along I-670, following Leonard Ave., terminating at Airport Drive near Ohio Dominican College. It connects to the Alum Creek trail at Nelson Rd. - learn more

Olentangy Trail Greenway Icon

Olentangy Trail The Olentangy Trail offers a seamless route from Worthington to downtown Columbus. - learn more

Scioto Trail Greenway Icon

Scioto Trail This Greenway trail stretches through the heart of downtown Columbus following along the Scioto River. This trail is great for commuting in and out of the downtown Columbus area. - learn more