Digital Scavenger Hunt Begins June 23

Gather up your family and friends, grab your cell phone or camera, and visit our properties for the Hendricks County Parks & Recreation Digital Scavenger Hunt and Contest! Your photos could earn you a prize!

From June 23 through July

The Scoop on Our Age Recommendations

We frequently field questions from understandably inquisitive parents about our age recommendations on our programs. The questions typically go something like this: “The program says it’s recommended for ages 6 and up, but my child is 5 years old and …

HCP&R Seeking Full-Time Maintenance Technician

We are currently accepting applications for a full-time Maintenance Technician. 

The Maintenance Technician will assist with general landscape and park maintenance duties; project work as necessary; including carpentry, light construction activities, minor electrical and plumbing work, etc.; and help the Park …

Endangered Species Youth Art Contest

The 2018 Endangered Species Youth Art Contest has been announced. Entries must be received by March 1, 2018.  

This nationwide contest is organized by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Endangered Species Coalition, and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The contest provides students (grades K-12) with an opportunity …

January Survey Results

Earlier this month, we sent out a five-question, multiple-choice survey asking for feedback on how our guests learn about our parks, how they learn about local events in general, when they like to come to our parks, and what they …

Two Hendricks County Parks Employees Promoted

Two members of the Hendricks County Parks & Recreation (HCP&R) staff have recently been promoted. Joe Lembo is now a full-time Assistant Park Naturalist while Eric Ivie now holds the position of Assistant Superintendent.

Joe Lembo

Lembo began his employment …

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