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Fairgrounds Park Overview
Projects of DistinctionPromoting Health and Wellness in a Walkable, Bikeable Park to Increase Physical Activity for All

Fairgrounds Park redesigned to promote healthy recreation in the community using best practices for adult fitness, youth fitness, and nature play.

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Projects of DistinctionEnsuring Inclusive Play is the Standard for an Entire School District

Weatherford School District live up to their mission with their latest initiative that brought inclusive playgrounds to every elementary school in the district

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Projects of DistinctionPrioritizing Youth Fitness with Research Based Physical Activity

Pa Honua Super Playground is certainly a new beginning for the children and families who live there.

Earls Island Nds Fitness
Projects of DistinctionExpanding Physical Activity at a Beloved State Park

Earl’s Island Fitness Trail is a place where people could actively exercise in a traditional fitness setting.

Colorado Springs Bikerail Project
Projects of DistinctionColorado Springs Bikerail Project

It only took 5 1/2 hours to improve bicycling and pedestrian safety in downtown Colorado Springs.

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Projects of DistinctionAri's Wish Come True

Make-A-Wish Georgia partnered with community volunteers, GameTime, and PlayCore to make a wish come true for a special girl.

Parks Make Life Better Glendale
Projects of DistinctionParks Make Life Better Tour celebrates a commitment to enhancing play and recreation

The Parks Make Life Better Tour visited six parks in five cities in five days all over California and are recognized as National Demonstration Sites.

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Projects of DistinctionFebruary Is North American Inclusion Month

At PlayCore, we recognize the importance of inclusion and embrace it as one of our most important initiatives.

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Projects of DistinctionU.S. Mayors Agree: Everyone Needs a Great Park within a 10-Minute Walk

The Trust for Public Land, the National Recreation and Park Association, and the Urban Land Institute, launched the 10-Minute Walk to a Park Campaign.