What started as a simple welcome sign for visitors entering the Sugar Grove area has grown into a six-acre sculpture park. Flight of the Hawk Park is situated just off State Route 33 and features life-size metal sculptures of Ohio’s native wildlife. Visitors are met by a turkey vulture, wild turkeys, white-tailed deer, and the expansive 2,500-pound red-tailed hawk alighting on its nest 42 feet above the ground. The hawk has a 14-foot wingspan and is composed of 3,000 torch-cut pieces that were carefully shaped and welded into place by local artist Ric Leichliter, who has constructed all the sculptures in the park to date.
Directions and Map
Flight of the Hawk Park is located at 4750 Old Logan Road, SE, in Lancaster, Ohio.
From Lancaster, Ohio, head east on Memorial Drive/Lancaster Business Route toward Logan, Ohio. Turn right onto Tarkiln Road then take the first left onto Old Logan Road. The entrance to Flight of the Hawk Park will be on your left.
- Life-size sculptures of Ohio’s native wildlife
- Six acres of green space for walking, picnicking and photography
- Parking for cars and buses
This park opens at sunrise and closes at sunset.