Olentangy River Parklands
- Bike Trail
- Boating Access
- Pickleball Courts
- Soccer field
- Tot lot
The outdoor pickleball courts are slated to be repaired and repainted. Work is scheduled to begin Monday, June 6 and the courts will be closed while repairs are being completed. This project is weather dependent, and the timeline may change. The courts are tentatively set to reopen on Tuesday, June 14. Thank you for your patience.
The Olentangy River Parklands boasts more than two miles of multi-use trail that wind serenely along the Olentangy River, shaded by large sycamore trees. This is a popular trail often used by those who love to bike, jog, in-line skate or just leisurely walk while enjoying the scenery. This 100-acre parkland is a true resource for the people and wildlife of Worthington. Besides the trail it also contains tennis courts, soccer fields, Winding Adventures Skate Park (added in 2001), two neighborhood playgrounds with swings and tot lots and river access for kayaks and canoes. This is a wonderful park for observing spring wildflowers and fall colors on the magnificent old trees that line the river. At one time, this was a major route of transportation for Native Americans.
For information about renting the fields or tennis courts at this park please see the Field Rentals page.