Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does the Park District do any wildlife rescue, rehabilitation, or nuisance trapping?
A: NO. The Park District is not equipped, trained, or licensed to do that.
For concerns about wildlife you can contact the Sandusky County Wildlife Officer: Brian Bury, 419-429-8393 or through the Sandusky County Sheriff Dept. ODNR Division of Wildlife Officers are the law when it comes to wildlife issues.
Rehabilitation is done at "Back To The Wild",
Nuisance trapping is done by Douglas Lee at "The Wildlife Company", 419-333-6653; Jay Thompson of “A & J Wildlife Control”, 419-307-7825; or Central Exterminating 419-332-6311.
Q: Can the Park District trim my trees?
A: No. Sometimes within your city or village that service is provided, contact your local officials for details.
The Park District would, however be happy to give a presentation about trees, some facts, folklore, or even a nature walk for your class, club, or organization.
Q: Can I use my metal detector in the parks?
A: Yes. Metal detectors are allowed in any Sandusky County Park District facility that is open to the public, year-round, daylight hours, with the exception of
Q: Can I mushroom hunt in the parks?
A: Yes. Mushroom hunting is allowed in any Sandusky County Park District facility that is open to the public, year-round, daylight hours. However, it is not permitted during hunting season at Ringneck Ridge Wildlife Area or
Q: Can I geocache in the parks?
A: Yes. The Park District has placed geocaches at