Scioto Greenways
Recreational Trails

Multi-Use Trails in Downtown Columbus

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. Both are part of the state-spanning Ohio to Erie Trail, and connecting them to the city’s greater network of trails was a key component of the $36 million Scioto Greenways Project in 2015.

Combined Length: 12.2 miles

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Paths of the Greenways Trails

The four sections of the trail are:

  • 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 Souder Ave. (1.75 mi.) Trail Head: Dodge Park, COSI, National Veterans Memorial and Museum.
  • Section 4: From Grandview Ave. to Riversedge (1.25 mi.). Trail Head: Intersection of Grandview Ave., Watermark Dr., and I-670.

Maps & Additional Information

Central Ohio Greenways

To learn more about our Downtown trails, contact Columbus Recreation & Parks today!