Parks by Recreation Type

Hardin County Conservation owns and manages 60 public parks that when combined, accumulate thousands of acres. Some properties only provide access to hunting and nature walking, while others may be more ideal for fishing, picnicking, or for your next aquatic adventure. To help you narrow down our list of parks to fit your ideal adventure, use the tabs on the left, or the bullet points below, to navigate through our list of parks by our preferred recreation type:

Please visit our page on the My County Parks website for a full list of all Hardin County Conservation parks and accesses.

For a detailed property search, use Beacon Schneider, a free resource.