Tech And Parks

Study shows merging tech and parks can increase children's desire to visit parks

“Nearly 70 percent of Americans agree that merging technology and nature will increase children’s desire to go to parks.” The NRPA conducted a survey proving nature and technology are not exclusive of one another. This growing trend is being seen across the country. Read more about the study to review their findings and get some ideas on ways to incorporate tech into your space.

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The Challenge Course was GameTime’s response to the fastest-growing segment of outdoor recreation: challenge and obstacle races. The GT Challenge Course Timing App by GameTime can track your success on the course, explore other courses nearby, and connect with your community. Download the app to participate in the Accept the Challenge Day on Saturday, September 8 to record your results and engage your community in a fun event!

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