Self-guided fall float trips on the Blanchard River Water Trail are available on select Saturdays and Sundays from mid-October to early November. Float trips begin and end at Zonta Landing at Riverside Park Waterfront. Canoeists and kayakers can enjoy early
Registration is open on September 1st for Hancock Park District’s 9th Annual Hike-It! program.
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 ninth year,
2023 Art in the Park: Plein Air Gatherings
The Plein Air Gatherings are an opportunity for artists to get together and paint or draw outdoors “en plein air” in Hancock County parks. All adult artists who use any medium conducive
Litzenberg Memorial Woods (north side) is scheduled to close for construction on February 5, 2024 and reopen on May 25, 2024 (subject to change). When the contractor is ready to mobilize, large signs will be posted at the
Park Maintenance Technician
The Hancock Park District is accepting applications for Park Maintenance Technician. The Park Maintenance Technician is responsible for handling special projects and repairs; maintaining parks, trails, facilities, buildings, vehicles, and equipment; supporting programs, special events, and services;
Walking through one of the Hancock Parks you might have noticed areas with lots of trees and shrubs removed and thought to yourself, “What happened? Why would the park district remove all these plants that provide food and shelter to
H2Ohio is Governor Mike DeWine’s water quality plan to reduce harmful algal blooms, improve wastewater infrastructure, and prevent lead contamination. The Ohio General Assembly invested $172 million in H2Ohio in July 2019. The program’s efforts are statewide with an initial
Project FeederWatch began in 1987 and is operated by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in partnership with the National Audubon Society, Bird Studies Canada, and Canadian Nature Federation. Project FeederWatch is a winter-long survey of birds that visit feeders at
For Immediate Release
June 19, 2020
ODNR Designates the Blanchard River 14th State Water Trail
FINDLAY, Ohio – Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Director Mary Mertz designated the Blanchard River Water Trail as Ohio’s 14th state water trail
Register at https://hancockparks.com/events/ to take part in an archery class led by a certified archery instructor. Classes are available for adults, teens, and youth. There are also Open Shoot opportunities once you have completed one of the workshops.