If you love taking photos, exploring Hendricks County, and taking fun photos, you won’t want to miss the Hendricks County Parks Digital Scavenger Hunt on June 23, 2018.
This event is free and open to everyone, with no registration required. To participate, simply take photos of the items listed on the scavenger hunt list with your phone or digital camera and upload them to the Hendricks County Parks Facebook page. Then encourage your friends to vote by “liking” your photos. The images with the most “likes” will win great prizes! Official rules will be posted on the Hendricks County Parks website as well as the Facebook page when the event gets closer.
The scavenger hunt is a great opportunity to showcase the things you love most about McCloud Nature Park, Sodalis Nature Park, and the Vandalia Trail, which are all great (and free!) outdoor spaces here in Hendricks County.
A digital scavenger hunt is a great way to explore Hendricks County, and this is a great activity to complete solo, as a family, or with a small group of friends.
Scavenger Hunt Locations
McCloud Nature Park has 6.5 miles of hiking trails located on 232 acres at 8518 Hughes Road in North Salem. It is open from dawn to dusk daily, with year-round programs at the Nature Center. Picnic facilities and modern restrooms are located onsite. Big Walnut Creek is a popular highlight!
Sodalis Nature Park features 210 acres of mature woodlands and reforestation areas. There is a 5.5 acre pond in addition to more than 5 miles of nature trails and a picnic area. Hours are dawn to dusk daily and the park is located at 7700 S County Road 975 E in Plainfield.
The Vandalia Trail offers a smooth asphalt surface for cyclists and pedestrians. You’ll find beautiful scenery and nature viewing on the trail. There are trailheads in Amo and Coatesville; learn more here.