PlayCore awards the PlayOn! National Demonstration Site™ Award to Brownsville independent school district to thirty-four of their elementary campuses.
A study conducted by the RAND Corporation44 found that parks are increasingly geared toward the young. The study focused on cities with a population of more tha
It is important for teachers and recreation professionals to advocate for play initiatives and communicate how investing in play results in healthy outcomes.
Intergenerational refers to an exchange between generations and creates opportunity to enrich people and the environment, while promoting positive benefits.
Older people’s qualities, and their affinity for purpose and engagement, position them to make meaningful contributions to the lives of youth.
To help encourage intergenerational recreation opportunities, we first need to understand the physical environment and how it influences social behavior.
Fall is the perfect time to be outdoors. From apple picking to bike riding, we have gathered 8 activities for you to try this season!
This study highlights ways that dog parks may increase social interaction among residents, influence outdoor recreation, and build social and community capital
Parks are essential for recreation, public health & wellness, the economy & social equity. How will you help support their increased popularity and use?