Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Living History Hike with DCP

Tecumseh Point will be the Living History Hike’s final destination.
On Saturday, November 7th at 1pm, join a naturalist to travel back in time and learn about Greenville’s rich cultural background.

Throughout the program, the group will tour many of the Darke County Parks that celebrate that history. The hike will begin at the Anthony Wayne Peace Council House at Prairie Ridge Meadow across from the Garst Museum and will feature fascinating information about the treaties signed near the Fort at Greenville and artifact details.

Afterwards, the walking tour continues, meandering along the creek towards Tecumseh Point. The tour will periodically stop and explore the history of the surrounding area. Wear your walking shoes as this program treks over pavement, trail, and everything in between.

For any questions about this hike or any other programs offered by the Darke County Parks District, please call the Nature Center at (937) 548-0165 or visit www.darkecountyparks.org.

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