The Woods of Indian Run is a neighborhood in Dublin, Ohio that offers its residents a private and natural setting while still being close to all that the city of Dublin has to offer. This large forested development provides the community with a number of walking and biking trails as well as three lakes. The beautiful natural setting of this neighborhood brings in an abundance of wildlife including deer, squirrels, wild turkeys and more. It is conveniently located just a few miles from schools, libraries, a community recreation center, several churches, shops, and municipal services.
The neighborhood is tight-knit with a strong sense of community pride. The residents are friendly and welcoming, always looking out for one another. There is an active Homeowners Association that works to keep the community clean and safe. They also sponsor a number of social events throughout the year, including a 4th of July parade, a fall festival and more.
With gorgeous lawns and mature trees providing a tranquil backdrop, it’s easy to unwind and relax in this lovely neighborhood. The neighborhood is made up of winding streets and cul-de-sacs, most of which are lined with woods. Named after a creek that runs along its north and east sides, Indian Run winds its way through the neighborhood before emptying into the Scioto River.
Coffman Park, home to City Hall and the 19th century Coffman Homestead, is located in the center of Dublin. The park is also home to an art gallery, the Dublin Irish Festival, and a variety of other events throughout the year. There are also sports grounds, walking paths, and a playground on the grounds.
A 218-acre state park located right in the heart of the city, Coffman Park is a favorite spot for residents of The Woods at Indian Run. The Leatherlips sculpture calls this park home and is a popular tourist attraction, as is the community recreation center and ice rink located within its borders. There are a number of outdoor activities to enjoy at Coffman Park including walking and biking trails, tennis courts, playgrounds, a disc golf course and more. The park also hosts a number of events throughout the year including festivals, concerts and farmers markets.
Formerly home to the Wyandot tribe, Indian Run Falls has picturesque waterfalls and streams that make it a popular place for hiking and picnicking. You can find paths through nature, observation platforms, a bridge across the waterfalls, and shelters for those who want to stay for a day out.