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Get Happy, Get Healthy, Get Outdoors!

October is Florida Greenways and Trails Month, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection invites you to explore the amazing greenways and trails throughout the Sunshine State. Many families enjoy outdoor recreation and realize the benefits of building strong bonds and making happy memories. The network of trails in Florida provides activities for the whole family, including walking, running, riding bicycles, paddling, or pushing a stroller.

During these unfamiliar times, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends getting outdoors and staying physically active. Trails provide safe, clean open spaces where families can exercise, relieve stress, and get fresh air while avoiding crowds and social distancing. Outdoor recreation can also improve blood pressure, fitness, mood, and more.

Ways to Celebrate Greenways & Trails Month

Get Your Free Pass to the Parks!

In recognition of Greenways and Trails Month, TampaWell, activated by Tampa General Hospital, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection invite you to visit one of the many state parks throughout Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco counties for FREE! The first 1,000 people to download a coupon can redeem it during the month of October for entrance to the following state parks:

  •  Hillsborough River State Park at 15402 US-301, Thonotosassa,
  • Little Manatee River State Park at 215 Lightfoot Rd, Wimauma
  • Caladesi Island State Park at 1 Causeway Blvd, Dunedin
  • Alafia River State Park at 14326 S County Rd 39, Lithia
  • Honeymoon Island State Park at 1 Causeway Blvd, Dunedin
  • Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park at 8737 US-19, Port Richey

Tips to Make Your Time Outside Enjoyable!

Easy recipes to provide fuel for your fun outdoor activities!

 

TampaWell Thanks our Partners!

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