The 87-acre Heritage Trail Park, part of the Metro Park system is adjacent to the Heritage Rail Trail, a 6.1-mile multi-purpose trail converted from abandoned right-of-way, with a parallel bridle trail. The paved trail starts in Old Hilliard off Main Street and continues toward Plain City.
Parks Category: Walking Trails
Tinapple Park features a multipurpose path, shelter house with picnic area and grills, playground, basketball court and green space.
Silverton Park features a soccer field, walking path and green space.
Scioto Run Nature Trail
Those who visit Scioto Run Nature Trail will find a wooded walking path along with a picnic area and benches to enjoy nature while still in the city.
Reibel Woods offers a scenic nature trail with walking path and picnic area. Take a stroll along the river and be on the lookout for local wildlife that call this park home.
Mildred Park was donated to the City of Hilliard by Ted and Charles Smith in 2016. Located along Britton Parkway near Mount Carmel, this park features statues that depict life in the early 1900s, which include a young girl named Mildred, her dog, and horse.
Merchant Park is located near the current trailhead of the Heritage Rail Trail, where the community’s first trail depot once stood. Dedicated in 2021, the park honors the first black family believed to have settled in what is now the City of Hilliard. Merchant Park boasts local art, a gazebo, pond views, and green space.
Latham Park is the perfect place to go and enjoy the outdoors. With plenty of green space, a walking path, and even a fishing pond, you can spend the day out in nature.
Lakewood Park offers green space and a walking path.
Hamilton Park offers a baseball field, green space, picnic area, and playground.