Friday, January 18, 2013

Winter Full Moon Hike!

Hiking by the light of the full moon is a special experience and there is no better time than during the winter months. With the lack of leaves on the trees overhead and the possibility of crisp, white snow underfoot, the glow of the moon transforms to near daylight luminosity!

Want to add a special element to your hike? Bring your leashed pooch for the hike! Dogs love hiking in winter!

January’s Full Moon Hike will be held on Monday, January 28th at 6:00pm at Eidson Woods Preserve (located at the intersection of State Route 502 West and Union City-Palestine Road, across from Sharp Eye Cemetery) In the event of poor weather or cloudy skies, please call the Nature Center at 937.548.0165 to confirm these hikes are still occurring. Dress for the cool night-time temperatures.

For more information on all the programs offered by the Darke County Park District, please visit our website at

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