Here is the new clue:
Maybe bring a treat, there’s nowhere to eat,
And not a single restaurant in sight.
Best to come for sports where scouting reports
Say only balls that bounce will be alright.
And the previous clues:
An old bearded man came here with a plan
To beautify every city shoreline.
He did some streets too, land around the zoo,
Now my coin’s in a park of his design.
A neighborly park with plenty of bark
Is a scenic spot for hunters to meet.
When looking map-wise, questioning the size,
You won’t see it on both sides of a street.
When the ground is slick the trip will be quick
To the icy bottom from up on top.
In a warmer time the kids can still climb
And use sand to bring their slide to a stop.
If you go wander both to and yonder
You might find a bench good for relaxing.
Or if you’re brain-fried, let faith be a guide,
As analyzing these clues is taxing.
Having kept our pact, it’s my turn to act.
Following a hunt unprecedented.
Since I sat idly, while Jake grinned snidely
Maybe now you are disoriented?
So my hunt begins just as the snow thins.
Thus other hiding methods I’ve employed.
Go study the lawn, watch your step thereon.
As some grass is a thing best to avoid.