It is finally beginning to look and feel like Fall here in Dublin, Ohio! With more than 60 developed parks and countless outdoor hidden gems and attractions, Dublin is the perfect place to get outside and see fall color. Check out our list of 12 places to watch fall unfold in Dublin, Ohio.

Dublin Springs Park

Hidden under Downtown Dublin is Dublin Springs Park. Known for its gazebo, walking paths, geo-caching river box and riverfront walking and fishing access, this park transforms into the perfect secret oasis every autumn. 

Dublin Springs - Robb McCormick Photography

Avery Park

This 73-acre park is home to a playground area, a shelter house, lighted tennis and basketball courts, softball and baseball diamonds, a concession stand, and multipurpose playing fields. There is plenty of room to explore and play in the fall leaves! Avery Park also boasts the “Out of Bounds” public art sculptures - the perfect fall photo op.

Avery Park Fall

ZipZone Outdoor Adventures 

Fly through the trees among the fall foliage at ZipZone! Just a short drive from Dublin and full of options for ages 4 and up, everyone will love to spend a day of outdoor fall fun at one of the area’s most adventurous attractions.

ZipZone Fall

Indian Run Falls

Along with picnic shelters, viewing decks, and great hiking, this park is known for its beautiful waterfalls. While the waterfalls are beautiful all year round, there is something about hiking through the auburn-colored woods to the falls covered in beautiful leaves at Indian Run Falls.

Indian Run Falls covered in fall color

The Dublin Link

Suspended over the Scioto River, The Dublin Link Pedestrian Bridge provides a bird's eye view of the river surrounded by foliage that likes to show off this time of year. While the bridge itself is photogenic, just add some gorgeous fall color for the perfect Instagram shot.  

Riverside Crossing Park

Kiwanis Riverway Park

Located on the east shore of the Scioto River, this park provides a boardwalk trail through the wetlands with amazing views of the birds and flora. Take the path down to the river and see how the banks of the river are flanked in beautiful fall color. You may even find some hidden artwork.

Kiwanis Riverway Park Pathway

Jacquemin Farms

This farm is fun for the whole family! Rows of pumpkins and fresh seasonal vegetables will give you the perfect dose of fall color. Pick your perfect pumpkin or stop by on Saturday mornings for fresh donuts. Jacquemin Farms will most definitely give you that fall feeling.

Jacquemin Farms Pumpkins

Hayden Run Falls

This 35-foot waterfall is surrounded by foliage that turns the perfect shade of fall this time of year. If you thought the falls themselves were beautiful, you should see them covered in fall foliage. Walk down the wooden stairway to discover fall color at its finest.

Hayden Run Falls waterfall during the Fall

M.L. “Red” Trabue Nature Preserve

This park has been described as a “haven for nature lovers”. With nesting areas for birds and vernal pools for amphibians like frogs and salamanders, there is plenty to see at this 90-acre nature preserve.

House of Curls - M.L. Red Trabeu

Glacier Ridge Metro Park

There are more than 1,000 acres of open space and wetlands to explore at Glacier Ridge Metro Park. Play a round of frisbee golf and enjoy the great outdoors here in Dublin, Ohio or take a walk along the 25-foot observation deck to get a birds-eye view of the beautiful fall foliage.

Glacier Ridge Metro Park

Glick Park (O'Shaughnessy Dam Overlook)

This is perhaps the best place to get a wide view of the Scioto River. Take a short walk out to the scenic overlook and see how fall color flanks the banks of this iconic Dublin landmark.

Glick Park - RedHawkDrone

Downtown Dublin

From changing trees and fall foliage to fall-themed treats and home decor, Downtown Dublin is taking on the hues of the season. Find fall flavors at places like Kilwins, Sweetwaters, and Johnson's Ice Cream, or freshen up your fall wardrobe with new items from Boho72

Historic Dublin Fall - Photo by Robb McCormick Photography

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