With 51 miles of recreational trails that run through parks, wooded areas, fields, over rivers and roads as well as along streets and through neighborhoods, the City's recreational path system, known as the Westerville Bike and Walkways (B&W), is traversed by thousands of residents and visitors each week.
As an official Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, many of those path users are not only walkers and runners, but families out on their bikes and competitive cyclists alike. Plan your next trip on the trails using our interactive digital map. You can identify specific trail loops and track your mileage.
Whether the trails are being used for recreation or transportation, safety is a top priority for the City. Before heading out on the path system, we encourage you to brush up on path rules, general safe practices and maintenance.
Bikeway Rules (Ordinance No. 05-13)
- Abide by all signage
- Yield to cross traffic at intersections
- Keep right except to pass
- Announce passing
- Avoid blocking trail
- Respect others and private property
- Pets must be leashed/Obey scoop law
- Unauthorized motorized vehicles prohibited
- Users shall observe a fifteen (15) miles per hour speed limit on all Park Trails