City of Upper Arlington, Ohio

City Parks

The City of Upper Arlington features 23 parks of various sizes, covering approximately 180 acres of land. Parks and accompanying facilities range from active athletic fields and playgrounds to wooded natural areas and ravines. Certain parks include facilities such as athletic fields and those shelters marked with ( * ) that can be reserved for a fee through the Parks & Recreation Department, by calling 614-583-5300, or by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page (under services). The shelters at Westover, Burbank and Northwest Kiwanis Parks and the gazebo at Miller Park are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are free-of-charge. Please note that most park restrooms are open April through October only. The Thompson Park North shelter is heated and restrooms are open all year. A summary of most parks follows below.

Ballfield Hotline (614-583-5345): Field conditions are updated weekdays after 3:30 p.m. When applicable, weekend updates are made by 8:00 am. If field conditions change after the update occurs, users are encouraged to use their best judgment when using the field.

 
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Burbank Park (7 acres) - 4780 Stonehaven Drive
Adjacent to Northwest Kiwanis Park, on Stonehaven Drive north of Sandover Road.
Parking, shelter house (with 4 picnic tables), barbeque grill, restrooms, sports fields (2), paved pathway system that connects to Northwest Park.
Click here to view photos of Burbank Park

Cardiff Woods Park (2 acres) - 1734 Cardiff Road
Cardiff Road east of Brandon Road.
Wooded pathway, art installation.
Click here to view photos of Cardiff Woods Park

Fancyburg Park (25 acres) - 3375 Kioka Avenue
On Kioka Avenue between Swansea Road and Wickliffe Road.
Parking, restrooms, water fountain, ball diamonds (2), playground, paved path system, tennis courts (4), picnic areas, barbecue grills, *shelter house, sports fields (2), shuffleboard courts (8), football field.
Click here to view photos of Fancyburg Park
Click here to view the Fancyburg Park Tree Trek brochure

Mallway Park (under 1 acre) - 2096 Arlington Avenue
On Arlington Avenue between North and South Mallway Drives.
War Memorial, picnic area, historic marker, art installation, Devon Swimming Pool (pool parking available at Jones Middle School and along N. Mallway & S. Mallway Drives).
Click here to view photos of Mallway Park

Miller Park (4 acres) - 1903 Arlington Avenue
At the intersection of Tremont Road and Arlington Avenue.
Playground, picnic area, historic marker, gazebo (with 1 picnic table).
Click here to view photos of Miller Park
Click here to view the Miller Park Tree Trek brochure

Northam Park (22 acres) - 2070 Northam Road
On Tremont Road between Northam Road and Ridgeview Road.
Parking, restrooms, water fountains, ball diamonds (4), playground, paved path system, clay surface tennis courts (12), picnic area, football fields (2), Tremont Swimming Pool (NEW POOL OPEN FOR 2017 SEASON).
Click here to view photos of Northam Park
Click here to view the Northam Park Tree Trek brochure

Northwest Kiwanis Park (22 acres) - 4840 Stonehaven Drive
Adjacent to Burbank Park, or South of Henderson Road on Stonehaven Drive, additional parking south of Henderson on North Bank Drive (west off Arlington Centre Blvd.)
Parking, ball diamonds (2), picnic area, shelter house (with 6 picnic tables), barbeque grill, restrooms, sports field, sledding hill, paved pathway system that connects to Burbank Park.
Click here to view photos of Northwest Kiwanis Park

Oxford Park (under 1 acre) - 4280 Oxford Drive
McCoy Road at Oxford Drive.
Playground.
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Jack Nicklaus Park (formerly Parkway Park) (1 acre) - 2470 Tremont Road
Tremont Road between N. and S. Parkway Drives.
Picnic area.

Reed Road Park (16 acres) - 3855 Reed Road
Reed Road south of Lytham Road.
Parking, water fountain, ball diamonds (3), playground, picnic area, barbecue grills, *shelter house, sports field, sand volleyball courts (2), art installations, a  boulder climbing area, and the Reed Road Water Park (parking for the water park is available behind Hastings School on Hastings Lane)
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Smith Nature Park (4 acres) - 1270 Fishinger Road
Fishinger Road at North Star Road.
Picnic area, woodland nature trail, barbeque grill. Parking is available at both adjacent churches except on Sunday mornings.
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Stratford Park (under 1 acre) - 2826 Stratford Drive
Stratford Drive at Riverside Drive.
Picnic area.

Sunny 95 Park (15 acres) - 4395 Carriage Hill Lane
Carriage Hill Lane at Windham Road.
Parking, paved pathway system, pond, athletic fields, sledding hill, basketball, roller hockey rink, and rain gardens. 
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Thompson Park (49 acres) - 4250 Woodbridge Road (formerly Lane Road Park, renamed in 2005 in honor of former Parks & Recreation Director Ken Thompson, who was famed for installing large mounds around the grounds)
McCoy Road between Mountview and Woodbridge Roads.
Parking, restrooms, water fountain, ball diamonds (4), playground, paved path system, tennis courts (4), picnic areas, barbecue grills, *shelter houses (2), sports fields (5), sledding hill, fitness trail stations.
Click here to view photos of Thompson Park
Click here to view the Thompson Park Tree Trek brochure

Tremont Fountain Park (under 1 acre) - 2211 Northam Road
Northam Road at Redding Road.
Decorative fountain, picnic area.
Click here to view photos of Tremont Fountain Park

Triangle Park (1.5 acres) - 1722 Cambridge Boulevard
Cambridge Boulevard at King Avenue.
Picnic area.

Westover Park (1 acre) - 2111 Westover Road
Westover Road at Arlington Avenue.
Playground, shelter house (with 2 picnic tables), barbeque grill and picnic area.
Click here to view photos of Westover Park

Wyandot Park (3.5 acres) - 2875 Lane Road
Lane Road at Riverside Drive
Parking, picnic area, memorial, historic marker.
Click here to view photos of Wyandot Park

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