Roundtown Trail

The Roundtown Trail is a beautiful, 10-foot-wide, paved path that runs between the Pickaway County YMCA (440 Nicholas Drive, Circleville) and Ohio Christian University 1476 Lancaster Pike or US 22 Circleville). This trail is about 1.5 miles and is wonderful for biking, running, walking and even roller-blading.  It also provides an excellent opportunity to bird watch as you move past wetlands, small creeks and streams, farmland and wooded boundaries. You can access the trail form parking lots at the back of the YMCA and Ohio Christian University as well as from Circleville Elementary School.

Pickaway Trail

The Pickaway Trail is a apart of the “Rails to Trails” endeavor that will ultimately be a 16 mile paved trail that runs form Circleville to New Holland built on the old Penn Central rail bed. Currently only about 2 miles of this trail are cleared from the Scioto River and Canal Road to Sisk Road. Currently, the first mile and a half from Canal Road to S.R. 104 is paved. This trail can be easily accessed from the parking lot on Canal road south of Canal Park and from the Calamus Swamp Parking lot on state route 104.

Pumpkin Show Park

Located in the heart of Downtown Circleville, this park features a stage and shelterhouse availabla for rent for private and community events.

Ted Lewis Park

Donated to the city of Circleville by jazz music legend Ted Lewis, this park includes athletic facilities and shelter houses

Washington Twp - Martha Hitler Park

Beautiful little park with a disc golf course.

A.W. Marion Sate Park

309 acres located on the quiet waters of Hargus Lake, the park features rolling woodlands and a variety of recreational activities including boat rentals and launches, kayak and canoe rentals, picnic areas, camping and nature trails.

Barthelmas Park

Barthelmas Park is approximately 35 acres in size. There are ball diamonds, shelter houses, soccer fields, and a playground.

Bartley Preserve

This site honors the legacy of Floyd Bartley, a Pickaway County farmer and naturalist.

Calamus Swamp & Trails

This beautiful, diverse and rare 19 acre-wetland offers a unique glimpse into the glacial past that shaped Ohio's landscape. It is home to several distinct species of plants and animals, including waterfowl migrating through the Scioto River Corridor. A new trail takes hikers to the Ohio & Erie Canal Park.

Canal Park and Trail

This park features historic canal features, a walking path and scenic views of the Scioto River.