The first TRACK Trail in Texas opened at the Big Bluestem Trail in Frisco on a chilly November day.
Four new trails are open and ready for upcoming summer hikes! Opened during National Park Week, these trails saw many new Trail TRACKers and we look forward to seeing more. Plan your next adventure at one of these fantastic trails.
To ring in the new year, the South Carolina State Park Service partnered with Kids in Parks to install four new TRACK Trails. Kids and families were invited to hike the newly opened trails on Friday, January 1 as part of First Day Hikes, an initiative led by America's State Parks to encourage people to get outdoors.
On Saturday, July 27, our 19th TRACK Trail location in Virginia opened at the James River Visitor Center (Blue Ridge Parkway MP 63.7). Here you can stretch your legs on the Trail of Trees or Canal Lock Trails . Or you can make a day of it with the 3.5-mile Otter Creek Trail that connects Otter Creek Campground to the James River Visitor Center.
On Saturday, June 22, a mighty crew of Madras families celebrated the opening of two new TRACK Trails.
Families in the Durham, North Carolina region just got four new awesome ways to enjoy summer. In June, four new TRACK Trails opened around the city of Durham, giving kids and families in the area an easy and fun way to explore the outdoors.
Students gathered at Barnes Butte in Prineville to celebrate the opening of the first three TRACK Trails in Oregon.
On May 9th, a group of 2nd graders visited Rumbling Bald to celebrate the grand opening of the TRACK Trail and explore the natural riches of Hickory Nut Gorge.
First Landing State Park unveiled a TRACK Track trail as a fun new opportunity for kids and families!
Two new TRACK Trails opened in Pitt County, North Carolina on December 17, expanding the total network of TRACK Trails in the county to four.
The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation’s Kids in Parks program celebrated the opening of its 100th TRACK Trail in North Carolina alongside its partners Edgecombe County, the Town of Tarboro, and the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation on Thursday, November 1, at Indian Lake Park in Tarboro.
As part of the Gorgeous Gorges Color Festival, kids cut the ribbon for a brand new TRACK Trail.