Alum Creek Trail

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The Alum Creek Multi-Use Trail is part of the larger Ohio to Erie Trail that will eventually link Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland. This Alum Creek section follows a north–south route along a riparian corridor of its namesake creek, connecting neighborhoods, parks and commercial districts.

As of early 2012, the trail had three sections: one runs between Westerville (Schrock Road) and Easton (Sunbury Road near Walnut Creek); one runs between Innis Park and Sunbury Road near Ballyvaughn Road (by Alum Creek Arlington Park); and a third runs between Ohio Dominican University (Airport Drive) and Three Creeks Metro Park, where it also doubles as part of the Blacklick Creek Trail. At Schrock Road in the north, the trail continues as part of the Westerville Bikeways system.


Parking and Trail Access

You can access the Alum Creek Multi-Use Trail from several places. For more details refer to the Columbus Parks & Recreation website.

Reviews

riding partner

   July, 2014 by savvyvenus

just found these trails and love them. would like to do more riding but would feel safer with a partner. read more

Loved it!

   July, 2014 by luckyegirl

Rode this trail for the first time today. Started in westerville on Main st and rode all the way to the Blacklick trail ending at Pickerington Ponds.All total 75 miles! Very scenic and curving. A large storm was the night before and there was much debris ...read more

Started in Franklin Park

   September, 2013 by suezn

We parked at Franklin Park and rode the trail south since the bridge to the north is under reconstruction and closed. After a couple miles, the trail is less urban and becomes a delightful ride. I liked how the path curves, offering new views as you go. ...read more