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Do not visit patients at Licking Memorial Hospital if you are ill.

Beginning Monday, April 27, LMHS is asking all visitors to wear a cloth face covering when visiting any of our healthcare facilities.   Additional Details

COVID-19 Advisory: If you have symptoms of fever, cough and shortness of breath, contact your primary care physician for guidance.
Do not visit patients at Licking Memorial Hospital if you are ill.

Beginning Monday, April 27, LMHS is asking all visitors to wear a cloth face covering when visiting any of our healthcare facilities.   Additional Details

Licking Park District Locations

The Licking Park District maintains eight facilities around Licking County that offer recreational and educational opportunities for the community. The public facilities include:

T.J. Evans and Panhandle Bike Trails

Located in Hanover, from Newark to Johnstown, these trails offer 36 miles of bicycle riding, walking, jogging, and more.

Infirmary Mound Park − Granville

Located off State Route 37, the 316-acre park features fishing ponds, hiking and horseback riding trails, picnic shelters, and a shelter house.

Lobdell Reserve − Alexandria

Located off Mount Vernon Road, the reserve features 210 acres of mature woodlands, meadows, cliffs, and a stream. It also includes a disc golfing course and eight miles of hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking trails.

Morris Woods State Nature Preserve −Johnstown

Located off Dutch Road, this 107-acre beech and maple woodland and small lake attracts many species of birds and other wildlife.

Ohio Canal Greenway − Hebron

Located on the old Penn Central Railroad right-of-way, this 3.8-mile multi-purpose recreational trail offers opportunities for fishing, bird watching, and hiking. The trail features a wooden truss covered bridge that was built in 1992.

Riverview Preserve − Newark

Located at the east end of Ohio Street, the preserve extends along the Licking River through woodland and wetland habitats. It includes fishing access and a public canoe launching site.

Taft Reserve − Newark

Located on Fairview Road, the 425-acre reserve contains meadows and woodlands with 8 miles of horseback riding and hiking trails.

William C. Kraner Nature Center − Newark

Located at the south end of Taft Reserve, the modern 28,000-square foot building features educational displays and programs about nature.

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