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Rocky Fork is a nice little park. Large dog off leash area near the entrance, as well as a dog path nearby. Mostly paved trails here, but a couple smaller grass trails and I think even a horse path. Small play area for kids at...More
Located a short distance from downtown New Albany, this is the newest of the Columbus area metro parks . There is a dog park; picnic area; horse trail; children’s play area and a 1.25 mile asphalt paved walking and biking trail. The park is very...More
If you love spending your afternoon with with lots of people and lots of dogs, this is the place to go. If you want uncrowded scenery and no domesticated animals, this is definitely not the place to go. Make sure you bave your GPS as...More
We met the naturalist, Bruce this afternoon for the "flower" walk. We walked a wide paved path through the park to identify and learn about the natural flowers and plants. Bruce was personal and very informative regarding the flowers and birds. He identified many for...More
I like trails that are more natural. These trails are paved with one natural dog off leash trail. That's the most amazing part of this park, the dog areas. Lots of people were here when I was but few use the praire path.
This is a newer metro park. It's very clean and pretty but take bug spray with you. It's paved and suitable for little kids, older people and pets. There is a playground there. We did a 1.2 mile loop that would have been great for...More
We appreciate all the Metro parks in the Columbus area. Well kept with a variety of possible activities.
We walked 2 trails. One paved and another was mowed grass. If you're a runner either would be a good choice. There is little elevation change on...More
This is the most recent addition to the Metro Parks system located on E. Walnut Street just off of State Hwy. 605 outside of New Albany. Most of the paths are paved and wide for fantastic accessibility. There's a pleasant trail (unpaved, but clearly nicely)...More
This is the latest addition to the Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks. The facilities in place so far are worth a stop. It is still a work in progress with scheduled completion for the bike trail in 2016 as well as other improvements. I...More