The Geauga Park District has Launched a Brand New Website!

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Geauga Park District is proud to announce the launch of its brand new website, Geauga Park District, which promises users a much more interactive and easy-to-navigate experience while planning upcoming adventures in any of its 22 open parks.

Equipped with a completely redesigned digital platform, the Park District will now be able to more clearly and easily communicate its many upcoming events, park openings, naturalist-led experiences and more, as well as available facilities and campsites to reserve, park closures and updates, snowshoe and kayak borrowing, and natural phenomena to notice season by season.

Various updated functionality offers a complete picture of each park, providing park hours, trail maps, facility reservation details, upcoming programs and other reasons to visit; pages specific to numerous popular activities, such as hiking, geocaching, sledding and birdwatching; and a means to choose desired activities and a ZIP code to locate an accommodating park nearby.

The popular “Ask a Naturalist” tool has been enhanced by a form for ease of submission and naturalist response. Two new features additionally encourage interaction: “Start Your Adventure” on the front page and “Wildlife Sightings,” which allows users to report and review sightings of local wildlife, both to share their sightings with other wildlife watchers and to inform research by the Park District’s Naturalist and Naturalist Resource Management staff.

“After nearly a year in development, this new website is already doing just what we’d hoped it would do: more strongly connect Geauga Park District to the community it serves, and encourage residents to get to know and explore their parks, starting with a fun and interactive search for information,” Executive Director John Oros said.

“We hope you will visit soon to learn more about parks you’ve never visited, view the stunning work of some very talented local photographers, and of course planning your next trip. There’s something for everyone available in Geauga Park District year-round, and now it’s easier than ever to find what you’re looking to do.”

For more on Geauga Park District offerings, please call 440-286-9516 or visit Geauga Park District online at Geauga Park District, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.

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