Quail Hollow provides the visiting public with three different types of activities. They include public recreation, cultural history, and nature appreciation. Visitors can picnic, fish in our stocked pond, tour the historic forty room H. B. Stewart Manor House and Herb Garden, visit the Carriage House Nature Center, or attend a naturalist led program. The park has approximately 14 miles of hiking trails through a variety of habitats including, meadows, woodlands, and wetlands. There is also a 5 mile bridle trail and 4 mile mountain bike trail. Other facilities include a children’s playground, basketball court, and volleyball net. Take the time to enjoy and explore Quail Hollow and the other 73 Ohio State Parks.
The Carriage House Nature Center features educational displays, live animals and hands on activities designed to promote an awareness of our natural world and encourage visitors to explore and connect with nature as they tour the parks many trails and gardens. The Nature Center as well as the Manor House is open every weekend from the second weekend in May to the last weekend in October, Saturday, 1pm to 4pm and Sunday, 1am to 4pm. The Center can be open on request by groups who want to see the exhibits or schedule a program
The Park features various public educational programs through out the year. These include topics such as wildlife, trees and wildflowers, habitats, astronomy and guided tours of the Manor House. Check the calendar for upcoming programs and special events.
Educational programs can also be scheduled for schools, day cares, home school groups, scouts and other organized groups. These programs can be presented at the park or off site and may include our live program animals. Contact the park naturalist for more information.