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Our 4-acre campus is bordered by McCorkle Park and the Gahanna Municipal Golf Course, with meandering walking paths adjacent to the property that lead to Big Walnut Creek and nearby Creekside Park. From our sunny fitness studio to easy access to outdoor recreation – Walnut Trace is a place to stay active and healthy.
Creekside Park (0.4 miles from the community): Adjacent to the Creekside Plaza, the park is an oasis of nature along the Big Walnut Creek. The Big Walnut Trail winds its way through the park making an easy connection to Veterans Memorial Park and the Gahanna Swimming Pool to the south and the Gahanna Municipal Golf Course to the north. Visitors enjoy paddleboat rides, creeking, fishing and more at this popular gathering area.
Veterans Memorial Park (0.8 miles from the community): Honor all veterans of all branches of the United States military who served abroad or at home. Their service to this country will forever be memorialized in the bricks that are engraved with names, rank, service branch or just a loving memory as a symbol of honor to them and their families.
Geroux Herb Garden (1.8 miles from the community): Gahanna was declared the Herb Capital of Ohio by the state Legislature in 1972. Jane “Bunnie” Geroux spearheaded the effort and later founded the Ohio Herb Education Center. In celebration of this great distinction, the Gahanna Municipal Gardens were installed next to city hall in 1975. They were officially dedicated and named the Geroux Herb Garden in 2002. This educational garden is open to the public and tours are available through the Herb Center.
Gahanna Woods (3.7 miles from the community): Explore over 99 acres of nature trails and open meadows in this lovely park. This park also includes the Gahanna Woods State Nature Preserve that has a swamp forest, excellent spring wildflowers and woodland pools. A pin oak-silver maple swamp forest surrounds these woodland pools. Mature oak-hickory and beech-maple communities occur on the higher and drier areas of the preserve.