Hurdle Waterfowl Park

This wooded 66-acre park, which is ideal for hiking and bird watching, was originally designed to attract waterfowl. In addition to two miles of hiking trails, there is a 4.5-acre fishing pond, a 12-acre shallow pond complex and a 2.5-acre duck pond. The park also has mature woods and a small buttonbush marsh. An large observation tower that overlooks the park can be opened upon request and for special events.

Learn more about park manager Chuck Manders.


Location: 297 Township Road 581, Sullivan

Trail Map

Contact: Chuck Manders (419.736.2780)