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.
We get a lot of fantastic comments and stories from our Trail TRACKers and parents. Everything from hiking adventures, to what they’ve learned, and why they choose to TRACK the trails with us! We wouldn’t have reached this one million milestone without so many awesome Trail TRACKers and their families and friends! So here are a few quotes from various experiences share with Kids in Parks.
Students gathered at Barnes Butte in Prineville to celebrate the opening of the first three TRACK Trails in Oregon.
We have dozens of different activities that kids can do outdoors! Here are some of our Trail TRACKers favorite Kids in Parks activities!
As we celebrate #OneMillionTRACKs, a week dedicated to the one million adventures completed on our TRACK Trails, we wanted to showcase what some of our Trail TRACKers have to say about the adventures they take with Kids in Parks! Here are some of our Trail TRACKers favorite TRACK Trails to visit!
Kids in Parks has reached an awesome milestone: one million adventures have been completed on our TRACK Trails! And to celebrate, we’ll be dedicating the first week of June to show how much we appreciate your support and seeing the adventures you take with Track and Kip! We’ll also be launching a limited-time T-shirt fundraiser through Bonfire, where all proceeds from the fundraiser will help fund prizes for the next one million Trail TRACKers!
Now for a limited time, you can purchase one of three Kids in Parks shirts and wear your support as you "TRACK the trails" with us!
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.
May the Fourth be with you for a special parks shoutout in honor of Star Wars Day. Some of our TRACK Trail locations feature some pretty out of this world scenery. Whether along the TRACK Trail, or in another section of the park, these sites host unique features to thrill a young science fiction fan looking for an otherworldly adventure.
Each April, during the presidentially-proclaimed National Park Week, the National Park Service joins with the National Park Foundation to celebrate America's treasures. National Park Week is a time to explore amazing places, discover stories of history and culture, help out, and find your park!
In recent years, BioBlitzing has become an increasingly popular activity in urban areas. More and more, parks and cities host Bioblitzes to help create connections between the public and the environment. Attending a local BioBlitz can be a great opportunity for kids, enhancing their appreciation of the environment while engaging them in real citizen science projects. However, a BioBlitz event cannot be found everywhere. So, here are some tips on creating your own mini-BioBlitz in your backyard!