Are you ready to get outside?

Metro Parks are ideal places to help you feel one with nature. You can take a stroll on more than 230 miles of trails, enjoy more active pursuits such as biking, canoeing, hiking, and even bring your leashed pet for a leisurely walk in the woods. There are nature centers, natural play areas, picnic shelters, fishing places, even a climbing wall. Come explore, it’s your nature!

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Metro Parks are a welcome home for bald eagles

For several years, bald eagles have been seen flying along park waterways in various Metro Parks searching for food and nesting locations. Three parks, Highbanks, Pickerington Ponds and Three Creeks, …Read More

Metro Parks trails prove healing for local man with heart condition

Chad Engler runs at various Metro Parks for health and healing.

A Point in Time

Last week, rangers at Scioto Audubon and Greenways worked as a Street Outreach Team in cooperation with the Community Shelter Board and other partnering agencies.  The Street Outreach Team, helped …Read More

Preschoolers at Blendon Woods Metro Park

Preschoolers at Blendon Woods Metro Park.

Get Outside, It’s Your Nature!