Heritage Park is located at 60 North Cleveland Avenue, just north of Main Street. There are entrances to the park on Main Street and Cleveland Avenue.
- Recreation Pathway – .89 miles
- Lightning Prediction System
- Three Sports Fields
- Nature Area: Wetlands, Woodland
- Playground: (2-12 year old)
- Picnic Area
- ADA Drinking Fountain
- Bike Racks
- Water Feature: Alum Creek
- Lighted Flagpole
- Park Maintenance Storage Building
- Everal Barn and Homestead Interpretive Panel Self Guided Tour
Heritage Park features a 1,920 square foot shelter with room for 80 people. It has 10 square tables, two charcoal grills, a fireplace and a storage room. It is ADA-accessible and has two changing stations.
Bathrooms with running water are located along the back side of the shelter.
A small playground is located right next to the shelter. The playground is designed for children between 2 and 12 years of age.
The Everal Barn and Homestead is a historic property available to rent for weddings and other events. Upper and lower levels of the barn can accommodate a combined 100-120 people. Rental availability opens up a year ahead of time.
Another small shelter is located near the Everal Barn.
Self-guided tours of the homestead are available anytime during park hours. Check out the guide here.
Other Park facts
The park sits on just over 52 acres of land that was acquired in 1968 and 1978. There are 202 parking spaces available, including 12 ADA spaces. Heritage Park has been the launch site for the Westerville Independence Day fireworks since 2021.