Hours and Info

6:30am to 8pm
Phone (cell): 614.208.4301
Phone (office): 614.895.6216

Programs at Inniswood Metro Gardens


Nestled within a scenic nature preserve, the 123-acre Inniswood Metro Gardens is a source of inspiration for all ages. Streams and woodlands filled with wildflowers and wildlife provide a majestic backdrop to the beautifully landscaped areas. Inniswood boasts more than 2,000 species of plants, specialty collections and several theme gardens. You can support Inniswood Metro Gardens by becoming a member of the Inniswood Garden Society.


Learn about opportunities for adult volunteers and how to join Inniswood Volunteers Inc (IVI) by calling our volunteer coordinator at 614.895.6216. In addition, Inniswood welcomes volunteers for the Junior Volunteer program (age 11-17), which provides youth an opportunity to assist with education programs and garden maintenance. For details, contact the senior environmental educator at 614.895.6241.

Photo: Bryan Knowles

Photo: Doug Askew

Park Map

Click the map below for a zoomed/enlarged version

Inniswood Metro Gardens Park Map



0.5 miles
Easy – Hike – Boardwalk & Gravel – ADA
Winds through a beech-maple forest.
Interactive Map: Boardwalk


0.5 miles
Easy – Hike – Paved – ADA
Crosses Spring Run and passes the Memorial and Sisters’ Gardens.
Interactive Map: Brookwood

Chipmunk Chatter

0.6 miles
Easy – Hike – Bike – Pets – Paved – ADA
A paved multi-use trail located at the end of the parking lot on the exterior of the gardens.
Interactive Map: Chipmunk Chatter

Frog Talk Walk

0.1 miles
Easy – Hike – Boardwalk – ADA
Adjacent to a pond and passes the Rose and Herb gardens.
Interactive Map: Frog Talk Walk

Sister’s Garden Loop

0.3 miles
Easy – Hike – Paved – ADA
Goes through woods and loops around the Sister’s Garden.
Interactive Map: Sister’s Garden Loop

Spring Run

0.3 miles
Easy – Hike – Gravel
Runs through an oak-hickory forest.
Interactive Maps: Spring Run

Pink dogwood (Cornus florida rubra) in the Rock Garden at Inniswood Metro Gardens.
Photo: Bryan Knowles


A child runs across the bridge near the Brookwood Trail during the winter hike at Inniswood Metro Gardens.
Photo: Chad Engler

Get Outside, It’s Your Nature!