We love visiting our local parks in our community.
We have a big lake around the corner and there is plenty to explore around here. The closest beach is about 45 minutes away, San Diego & L.A is an hour away; so I love living here! Our little girl loves the outdoors and I couldn’t be happier specially because she get some exercise running around the outdoors and learning her surroundings like Curious George.
Every week on our days off, we plan a visit to our local lake park, duck pond park at Temecula, CA or the Splash Zone. Our goal is to have a healthier lifestyle by buying only fresh produce, organic and vegan. We also have a goal for a more active lifestyle we want to encourage our toddler by going walking and exploring our local parks three times a week. Its healthy to visit a park and we love it!
Have you visited any local parks lately? What are your goals for a healthier lifestyle?
Please refer to the NRPA website where you can find a calendar of local events happening across the country, the official toolkit, opportunity to take the Get Wild pledge, and information on the Get Wild Geocaching Contest. The Official took kit includes the 2012 official “Get Wild” Social Media Poster, a customizable calander & various graphics.
So go over and take the GET WILD Pledge. The Get wild Geocaching Contest is a real-world contest; an outdoor treasure hunting games using GPS-enabled devices. Once you explore local park areas, share your geocaching photos on Facebook to be automatically entered to win one of 5 Magellan GC eXplorist GPS Devices.
Local parks helps against the increasing obesity by encouraging kids to play outside and visit recreational activities around your area.
Visit the National Park & Recreation facebook page for more info, news and updates!
Join me by also PLEDGING to GET WILD this month and visit your local parks more often.
Disclosure:“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of National Recreation and Park Association and received a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.”