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Oak trees estimated to be 550 years old, a tallgrass prairie, woodlands and the scenic Sugar Creek beckon visitors. Although much of Sugarcreek’s 618 acres were once farmland, MetroParks land management practices, and natural processes, have resulted in a variety of habitats. These habitats support diverse wildlife that can be discovered as you hike, horseback ride, run the trails, exercise your pets or enjoy a leisurely picnic.
Rules & Regulations
There are several ADA parking sites at the Trail Center parking lot off of Conference Road. The restrooms at the trailhead are accessible. The drinking fountains at the main trailhead are new and accessible for wheelchair users. There is a level, paved path that begins at the parking lot, travels past the public restroom and the drinking fountain and makes a quarter-mile loop through the scenic prairie. A picnic shelter with an accessible table is also located just off of the path.