Eighteen miles of trail in a one square mile of area make for some interesting route choices! This is a score event. Controls vary in point value. Try to get the most points in 90 minutes. Beginner course also available.
Quail Hollow Park is a 703-acre (284 ha) county park in Stark County, Ohio, in the United States. The park was opened to the public in 1975. It was previously a privately owned family farm and later a hunting camp. Quail Hollow Park is open for year-round recreation and features trail that are open to hiking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing, a small pond for fishing and ice skating as well as group camping (advance reservation only) and picnic facilities.
Think you know Quail Hollow Park? Explore the park on this orienteering map and compass scramble to reach the most identified land features on the map in 90 minutes. Fast feet are helpful, but navigation savvy is the name of the game!
Use of your own compass is encouraged; however, limited loaner compasses are available at registration. For safety purposes, each participant must have a whistle. Bring one with you, or one will be provided to you at the event. Online registration is recommended, and the $5 fee for the program will be collected at the event. On-site registration and fee collection will occur between 9:30-10:00 a.m. Participants can begin the event course between 10-11 a.m.
- Course Designer: Dan Freeman
- Event Director: Rich Davies
- Registrar: Ivan Redinger
- Starter: Andreas Johansson
Register on-site or via Stark Park’s website. Cash only during on-site registration, please.
- NEOOC Members – $5
- General Public – $5 (thanks to Stark Parks!)
Quail Hollow State Park
13480 Congress Lake Avenue
Hartville, OH 44632