Bike Trail Leaf Blowing

GRANVILLE, OHIO (October 4, 2021) The Licking Park District strives to maintain our bike trails at the highest level possible. Trails including the Buckeye Scenic Trail, Panhandle Trail & the TJ Evans Trail from W. Main Street in Newark to Johnstown were recently blown clean by Licking Park District staff. Wet leaves and fallen walnuts create hazards for bike riders and pedestrians.

Park District vehicles regularly drive on the trails to take care of maintenance, observation and repair issues. All park vehicles are clearly marked and will have flashers and safety lights turned on. We ask everyone to be especially vigilant when approaching a vehicle or workers on the trail.
Continual maintenance is made possible by the tax levy dollars provided by Licking County residents. We greatly appreciate your support! The Licking Park District continuously monitors and makes improvements to your park system.
Questions? Contact us at 740.587.2535 or by email at:

Licking Park District’s Vision Statement

It is the Vision of the Licking Park District to provide parks, paths, and trails of the highest quality to the residents of Licking County. Our goal is to maintain and improve existing facilities while pursuing opportunities for expansion. We provide passive recreational opportunities for the health, wellness, and education of our residents using resources that include public and private collaborations.
The Licking Park District manages over 1,600 acres of parkland on 12 sites and manages over 46 miles of paved multi-use trails across Licking County. The Licking Park District office, located at Infirmary Mound Park, is easily accessed from Rt. 37. Visit the website to see all the programs and opportunities your Licking Park District offers or contact us at 740.587.2535 or by email at: