The Foundation for Geauga Parks is dedicated to helping the community engage with nature, and demonstrates their mission in one down-to-earth fashion by hosting a monthly Explorers Series, leading hikes or activities that enable interested parties to learn more about many of the unique protected areas in Geauga County.
Please join us each month as we explore a different park or trail in Geauga County by boot, bike, paddle, or skis. Each experience provides a fun way to get outdoors, meet new people, and learn more about the natural, historic, and cultural beauty of our county.
The activities are physically easy and typically take about an hour to an hour and a half. Many are led by a park naturalist or other knowledgeable individual who shares their insights about the natural and historic aspects of the park.
Outings start at 10:30 a.m, typically at the park’s main parking lot. Any and all are encouraged to attend, including well-behaved four-legged friends (on leash.) Details will be provided each month on the Foundation’s Facebook page:
Activities take place rain, snow, or shine. Never miss a chance to meet up! Sign up for our mailing list to get updates and notifications about our upcoming explorations. http://www.foundationforgeaugaparks.org/pages/explorers-series
2020 Explorers Series
|February 1||The Rookery – hike or snowshoe (17 pairs available for loan)|
|March 7||Beartown Lakes Reservation – hike|
|April 11||Affelder House – hike|
|May 7||Big Creek Park – birds & blooms with a naturalist|
|June 6||Veterans Legacy Woods – hike|
|July 11||Punderson State Park – boardwalk hike|
|August 1||Bass Lake Preserve – kayak with a naturalist (17 kayaks available for loan)|
|September 12||Thompson Ledges Park – hike|
|October 3||Scenic River Retreat, Munson Twp. – hike|
|November 7||Burton Wetlands Nature Preserve – back-country, off-trail hike|
The Foundation for Geauga Parks an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit that raises funds to
support all parks in Geauga County. Its mission is to raise money to fund community engagement with nature through education, preservation, conservation and appreciation of the unique natural character of Geauga County. For more information, contact the Foundation office at 440-564-1048, email@example.com or Foundation for Geauga Parks.