Indianapolis may be best known for its racetrack and stadium, but Indiana’s state capital also boasts two state parks and hundreds of green spaces. Whether bundled up in winter coats or baring sunny shoulders in the long-awaited summer heat, residents and visitors with children flock to the 130 playgrounds dottedRead More →

JoJo plays trombone in the school orchestra, which he enjoys very much. After school, JoJo attends a program at the YMCA and enjoys spending time with her friends. JoJo loves electronics, likes to ride her scooter, likes to ride her bike, play outside, swim and play sports. He loves Tae-KwonRead More →

Published: 00:01 July 7, 2022 A plan has been announced to make parks and green spaces hubs for improving well-being and reducing health inequalities. In 2019, Islington and Camden councils received an initial grant of £667,000 under the Future Parks Accelerator initiative to reimagine how outdoor spaces could become partRead More →

ALBANY – The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (NYS Parks), the Open Space Institute (OSI), and the Taconic Regional Commission today announced the opening of the Hubbard Newly renovated Perkins Loop Trail. The Hubbard Perkins Loop Trail is part of a series of OSI-led parkRead More →

Did you decide to take advantage of Washington’s spectacular natural beauty last year and reserve a campground, cabin, or yurt at one of our state parks? If so, you weren’t alone. Use of campsites and other facilities at state-owned parks increased in 2021, according to data from Washington State Parks.Read More →

It’s only fitting that the person who oversees recreation programs for the Town of Morristown, through its Parks and Recreation Department, enjoys spending time outdoors. Although she claims to have slowed down a bit recently, Frankie Cox remains very physically active, with hobbies like kayaking, hiking and mountain biking. “I’veRead More →