The Hardin County Conservation Board manages over 4,000 acres of parks and natural areas for natural preservation and public recreation. These acres are divided into 60 named parks and wildlife areas, reflecting a rich history of land acquisition and private donation.
Conservation takes an active role in developing and managing wildlife habitats throughout Hardin County. These parks and wildlife areas include popular locations for recreation, hunting, and camping, in addition to other outdoor activities.
Click the link below to view descriptions and amenities of all Hardin County Conservation parks and wildlife areas.