Congrats to all those who participated in the Fifth National TRACK Trails Day weekend! This blog post shares accomplishments and stats from this weekend and celebrates those who completed this year's 3x3 Adventure Challenge.
Kids in Parks is expanding our network of TRACK Trails across South Carolina! We are excited to establish three TRACK Trails in each of the state’s 46 counties over the next four years, adding a total of 138 new locations to explore. Keep reading to learn about the expansion and how this initiative is possible through BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina foundation.
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.
Now, when kids and families drive through Shenandoah National Park on the 100-mile long Skyline Drive, they’ll have three opportunities to get out of their car and stretch their legs on a TRACK Trail. That’s because Kids in Parks partnered with Shenandoah
The Kids in Parks program partnered with the College of Health and Human Services at the University of North Carolina Wilmington through their five-county collaborative group called the Southeastern North Carolina Regional Health Collaborative (SENCRHC) to install five new TRACK Trails in the southeastern region of the state.