U.S. Route 224, west of Findlay and Litzenberg Memorial Woods
This section of Litzenberg Memorial Woods is located west of the park area, south side of U.S. Route 224, and is the west trailhead for the Heritage Trail that travels east to Van Horn Cemetery.
History: This natural area is covered with woods, wetlands, and conservation acreage. Wetlands and conservation areas thrive along the Blanchard River. The area serves as the west terminus for the Heritage Trail; which travels approximately 20 miles to Van Horn Cemetery near Mt. Blanchard in the southern most part of Hancock County.
- 117 acres of wooded forest, wetlands, and meadows
- parking lot (suitable for horse trailers)
- interpretive panels
- WEST TRAILHEAD FOR THE HERITAGE TRAIL - 20.13 miles in length HERITAGE TRAIL APPLICATION FORM
- trail system TRAILS CHART - (HERITAGE TRAIL AT LITZENBERG ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF US ROUTE 224 IS CLOSED SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 FOR HUNTING SEASON)
- seasonal hunting (annual lottery held in August)
LMW & HERITAGE TRAIL BROCHURE WITH MAP
HERITAGE TRAIL MAP
HPD VISITOR GUIDE