Three Creeks Park

General Information

6:30 a.m.-10 p.m. (April 1-Sept. 30); 6:30 a.m.-8 p.m. (Oct; 1-March 31)
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Three Creeks Park is a 1,095.22-acre regional park that has been leased to Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks for management and development since 1998. It is the confluence of the three local creeks: Alum, Big Walnut and Blacklick. Three Creeks Park has trailheads for the Alum Creek Trail, Big Walnut Trail, and Blacklick Creek Trail. Three Creeks Park provides access to Alum Creek/Refugee Road Parkland, Alum Creek Drive Parkland COH, Elk Run Park and Elk Run Winchester Pike Parkland.

Dog Park

Three Creeks Dog Park contains a side for small dogs and one for large dogs. Parking (including spots for handicapped visitors), portable restrooms, picnic tables and a kiosk are available for visitors. The park contains a drinking fountain. Learn more about Dog Parks.


  • Playground
  • Pollinator Habitat
  • Pond or Lake
  • Trailhead
  • Water Frontage
  • Woods and Wildlife Area