The 2-mile Sugarbush Trail is reserved for use as a cross-country ski trail when conditions are suitable.
Organized youth groups can reserve this 45-acre day camp for day use or overnight camping. Call 614.508.8111 (M-F 8am–4pm)
18-hole par-63 disc golf course, 3734 ft. in length, with 9 holes less than 200 feet and 9 holes 200-300 feet, plus a disc golf practice putting game, Around 9. Free. Please bring your own discs. 614.620.1861
Note: there is also an Around 9 disc golf practice putting game, with discs, at the Hickory Grove picnic shelter, available for people who reserve the shelter. (Around 9 – Disk Golf Practice Putting Game Information)
A 0.4-acre skating pond, 18 to 24 inches deep.
Natural Play Areas
A 10-acre area with a wooded hillside and ravine where kids can safely roam and enjoy unstructured play in nature by climbing trees, playing in the dirt and other fun adventures.
Our thanks to REI and to Michelle Zugaro for donations that allowed us to create some great play features for the Wild Child in all of us, including a zip line, teeter-totter, basket swing, cargo climbing net, a tether-ball game and various stepped logs over ravines and streams. Read Michelle and Maris Zugaro’s poignant story behind their donation
Directions: Turn right at ranger station then second left to parking lot. Entrance at far end of the lot.
Discover nature through displays and look through the nature center’s windows to see wildlife at the features and stream.
April to September: 7am to 8pm
October to March: 7am to 5pm
Christmas Day: closed
1.25 miles – easy
hike/pets – grass
Passes through meadows that are filled with wildflowers in spring.
Domesticated dogs and cats are also permitted in picnic areas, parking lots and on roadways. Pets shall be on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
Seven free shelters are available on a first-come, first-served bases and include picnic tables, grills, play equipment and restrooms. Four reservable shelters are also available. Click reservation