Hours and Info

6:30am to 10pm April through September
6:30am to 8pm October through March
Phone: 614.202.5197

Programs at Scioto Audubon

About

Set amid a once industrial landscape, Scioto Audubon has been transformed from a blighted brownfield into a green oasis where wildlife and birds thrive and flourish. The 120-acre park is a recreational and educational destination for visitors of all ages. Located along the banks of the Scioto River just south of downtown Columbus, the park resulted from a partnership between the City of Columbus, Ohio Audubon and Columbus Metro Parks to bring nature to the Capital City.

Photo: Karl Mechem

Park Map

Click the map below for a zoomed/enlarged version

Scioto Audubon Park Map

Trails

Scioto Greenway

10 miles
Hike – Bike – Pets – Paved
Stretches along the Scioto River.

Connector

2.5 miles
Hike – Bike – Pets
Links various areas of the park.

Hermit Thrush

0.1 miles 
Easy – Hike – Mulched
Runs from the Scioto Greenway Trail to the Scioto River.
Interactive Map: Hermit Thrush

Wetland

0.4 miles
Hike – Grass
Loops around a wetland area.

Photo: Jim McCormac

Shelters

Non-Reservable Shelters

3 Shelters (Adjacent): Grills
Picnic Tables: 12 Tables, 3 Grills

Scioto Audubon Non-Reservable Shelter
Photo: Tina Fronk

Activities

Photo: EJ's Warrior Karate Academy

Photo: Jennifer Owens

Get Outside, It’s Your Nature!