Slate Hill is a neighborhood in Columbus. Residents access the community through North 4th Street, Summit Street/Route 23, and North High Street. These streets run directly through the community.
There are a number of parks located in the Slate Hill area, two of which are linked to historical districts. These are the Luka Ravine Historical District and the Third Avenue and North High Historical District. Other parks in Slate Hill are Luka Park, Thompson Park, Tuttle Park and Recreation Center, Weinland Park, Harrison West Park, and Wheeler Memorial Park. Weinland Park is located off Summit Street and North 4th Street. Next to Luka Park is an area called the Olentangy Trail. This is a bike trail that covers a 13.75-mile route from Worthington Hills to downtown Columbus.
There are eight churches located in the neighborhood. Slate Hill families also have access to a number of schools nearby. They include three primary schools, three middle schools, one high school, and three other schools. Another educational opportunity is a charitable organization known as the Battelle Memorial Institute. It is headquartered in Columbus and sustains numerous educational programs that engage K-12, higher education, business, and informal science education to collaborate and build networks.
Shopping is always a necessary resource for a community. Slate Hill residents enjoy easy access to the Indianola Shopping Center, which is off North Fourth Street and East 19th Street. The shopping center had a unique beginning, as it was once an amusement park with a variety of recreational opportunities. The amusement park operated in the University District from 1905 to 1937. It became a shopping center in 1948.