SCIOTO GREENWAY RECREATIONAL TRAILS
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT (10/16/2013):
Beginning Wednesday, October 16, the westbank of the Scioto Trail, between Dodge Park and Main Street, will close. This closure is for the removal of the Main Street dam. This section of path will be closed for the next 18-24 months.
About The Scioto Greenway Trails
The first greenway trail was built in Columbus in 1976. This particular route travels along the downtown riverfront. A second connecting section runs along the west bank of the Scioto River, from Souder Avenue to Dodge Park. From North Bank Park to Bicentennial Park, the path is the spine of the Scioto Mile. At the south edge of downtown, the path winds through Scioto Audubon Park, including a trailhead at the Audubon Nature Center. At the north edge of downtown, the trail directly connects to the Olentangy Trail, and continues north 1.5 miles to its current terminus at Dublin Road.
The Four Sections:
- Section 1: Follows along the Scioto River in Downtown Columbus from Confluence Park to Berliner Park. (4 mi.). Trail Head: North Bank Park, Battelle Park, Bicentennial Park, Scioto Audubon, Greenlawn Ave., Berliner Park.
- Section 2: From Confluence Park to Columbus Utilities Complex, 910 Dublin Road (1/2 mi.).
- Section 3: Westbank, from Dodge Park to Sauder Ave. (1.75 mi.) Trail Head: Dodge Park, COSI, Veterans Memorial.
- Section 4: From Grandview Ave. to Riversedge (1.25 mi.). Trail Head: Intersection of Grandview Ave, Watermark Dr., and I-670.