Three Creeks Metro Park–Sycamore Fields Area
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About Sycamore Fields Area
This hotspot was formerly named Three Creeks Metro Park–North. Sycamore Fields and the Smith Farms areas share a trail. This hotspot may be used for checklists for both Sycamore Fields and Smith Farms.
The Sycamore Fields and Smith Farms trail is 1.2 miles. It is an easy paved trail shared by hikers, bikers, and pet walkers. The trail loops around athletic fields, with a spur that crosses the Alum Creek Greenway and leads to Smith Farm.
About Three Creeks Metro Park
Named for the confluence where Alum, Big Walnut, and Blacklick creeks join, this 1,086-acre park is operated through a partnership of Metro Parks and Columbus Recreation and Parks.
Three Creeks is a major hub in the Franklin County Greenways program, an interconnected system of trails along the seven major streams in Central Ohio. Hikers, bicyclists, and joggers can enjoy 15 miles of trails that parallel the stream corridors as they wind through forests, fields, prairies, and wetlands.
Owls, great blue herons and more than 100 species of birds have been sighted. Visitors may catch a glimpse of beaver, mink, coyote, deer and other wildlife as they walk or bike along the trails.
Three Creeks features five areas, each with a separate entrance and connected to one another through the Alum Creek Greenways Trail: Confluence Trails Area, Heron Pond, Madison Mills, Sycamore Fields, and Smith Farm.
From Three Creeks Metro Park webpage
Restrooms at locations identified on Three Creeks Metro Park map.