With the weather beginning to warm up and spring on the horizon, now is a great time to get out and explore your local Regional Parks. To help inspire residents to enjoy more time in the outdoors, make healthier choices and try out new hobbies, Regional Parks
has put together monthly challenges and activities for residents of all ages.
Regional Parks began sharing these monthly challenges and activities in September 2020. New challenges and activities are added at the beginning of each month, and all are appropriate and fun for children, families and adults!
“Each challenge is different. Some involve physical activity and getting outdoors and some are focused on wellness, with activities like practicing deep breathing and taking time to read,” said Liz Bellas, Director of Regional Parks. “We wanted to give people fun and easy ways to stay occupied and engaged while we’re still living under a public health order, and we realize some people might not be able to enjoy our parks right now, so it was important to us that we design activities that can be completed at home, too.”