The River Parks Authority announced Monday evening that Sand Springs Director of Parks and Recreation, Jeff Edwards, will be its new executive director and CEO. The announcement follows the imminent retirement of long-serving River Parks Authority executive director Matt Meyer. “After conducting a national search, the search committee has reachedRead More →

This is an exhibit called “A Century of Wonder: 100 Years of Oregon State Parks”. The jaw-dropping collection of 30 photos captures the soul of the entire state. PORTLAND, Oregon – A big birthday party is underway and anyone who enjoys camping or playing in an Oregon state park isRead More →

People Power and New York Parks Last summer, my colleague from Columbia, Louise Rosen, and I took a trip to Brooklyn Marine Park. Marine Park was the closest neighborhood park to my childhood home in Brooklyn. Maria Carro-D’Alessandro, President of the Marine Park Alliance, and Margot Perron, Park Manager, gaveRead More →

By Holly McGuinness Parks Victoria-run campsites across the state are set to be upgraded with a recently announced funding injection. Victoria’s Great Outdoors initiative will see an investment of $106.6 million to improve the state’s parks, campgrounds, trails, trails and outdoor facilities. Parks Victoria’s Executive Director of Operations, Kylie Trott,Read More →

AUGUSTA — The Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry’s Bureau of Parks and Lands recently released a Land and Water Conservation Fund Outdoor Recreation Investment Map for Maine. The map was developed in collaboration with the Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund, Maine Office of Outdoor Recreation, Maine Recreation and Park Association,Read More →

California State Parks is now accepting applications from public entities to provide outdoor recreational experiences to their communities through the federal Outdoor Recreation Partnership Program (ORLP). In the sixth phase of this competitive grant program, a total of $192 million is available nationwide for communities with limited or no accessRead More →

The play areas are not reserved for children. This summer, venture to one of Milwaukee County’s many calisthenics parks — outdoor spaces equipped with exercise equipment — for some fresh air and a free workout. “Adding strength training to a workout plays a big role in challenging your muscles andRead More →

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Clarksville, TN – The 33rd annual Riverfest will be held September 9-10, 2022 at McGregor Park, and the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to participate in the event. All volunteers will receive a Riverfest volunteer t-shirt and community service credit. In addition, meals will beRead More →

TWO playgrounds have been upgraded after a successful £110,000 refurbishment project. Two grants worth over £82,000 have been secured from Enovert Community Trust, after Stanway Parish Council began its project to refurbish the two playgrounds. The rest of the funding came from the North Essex Hyperlocal Fund, Stanway Parish CouncilRead More →

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 →

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 →

The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide range of recreational opportunities for adults and children, providing innovative and sustainable services at all city parks, trails, and recreation centers. Parks & Recreation offers over 100 scenic sports and neighborhood parks. Play a game of tennis onRead More →

Tue May 17, 2022 5:45 p.m. The Office for Domestic Violence Prevention trains more than 4,000 employees working at state parks, campgrounds and trails to help identify and respond to incidents The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation haveRead More →

Spring is here, the good weather is fast approaching and it’s time to get outside to enjoy the fresh air and the sun. If you’re looking for an outdoor activity suitable for the whole family, have you thought about visiting one of Germany’s beautiful butterfly parks? Here’s a roundup ofRead More →

The City of Oneonta handled the planning and implementation of park improvements. Neahwa, Huntington and Wilber Parks all have upgrades in progress. In Neahwa, electrical upgrades are underway, renovations to repair water damage at Damaschke Field will begin this month, and a ¾-mile multi-use bike path will be paved thisRead More →

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Colorado’s parks and wildlife division is in turmoil after a black employee accused two white managers of making racist remarks and urged the governor to have them fired from their jobs. In a letter to Colorado Governor Jared Polis, Alease “Aloe” Lee, the statewide partnership coordinator for Colorado Parks andRead More →