Worthington Park is in the city of Westerville, Ohio and is a part of the Greater Columbus Area. Worthington Park’s boundaries are Park Road to the south, Chetenham Road to the west, and Welwyn Drive to the north and east.
Westerville is a growing suburb of Columbus, and the houses in Worthington Park were built in the 1990s as a part of that growth. Home values are higher than the median. The houses are three bedroom detached houses in the Worthington Park area and families move into the homes. The houses are big with yards and garages for bike and skateboard storage. Sidewalks are mandatory and are wide enough to learn to ride, skate, and run. The streets are lined with mature maple trees that provide shade on hot summer days.
One of the bigger benefits of Worthington Park is the schools. They are in the Worthington School District, a highly respected and highly rated school system. The elementary school is Worthington Park Elementary, on Park Road, and is an easy walk from anywhere in the Worthington Park Area. The Worthingway Middle School has test scores that are in the top scores for the state of Ohio.
Parks are a big part of the Westerville area. The Sharon Woods Metro Park is five minutes east of Worthington Park and offers a fishing pond, playgrounds, picnic areas, a lodge for meetings or events, and a walking path through the 761 wooded acres that make up the park. Highbanks Metro Park is five minutes in the other direction, and has many of the same amenities, with a popular jogging path through the woods and up and down the natural hills that make up the park. Boaters have just a few minutes drive to Alum Creek State Park, with hiking trails, a dog park, camping and cabin rentals, and a 3800 acre lake for boating and fishing.