The Hancock Park District (HPD) Hike-It program is a way for folks to go out and explore the trails throughout Hancock County. For the third year, Hike-It participants are encouraged to walk at least eight of 11 designated trails.
This year’s Hike-It trails are at several Hancock County locations, including the following parks:
• Aeraland Recreation Area
• Eastpoint Area
• Litzenberg Memorial Woods
• Oakwoods Nature Preserve
• Riverside Park Waterfront
• Riverbend Recreation Area
Hike-It registration begins Friday, September 1. Complete the forms to register at the HPD Administrative Office, 1424 East Main Cross Street, Findlay. If this is your first year to participate, you will receive your complimentary walking stick at that time.
Hiking must be done by Thursday, November 30, in order for you to receive your 2017 medallion, which can be placed on the walking stick. Completed forms must be received at the HPD Administrative Office by Wednesday, January 31.