8 Result(s) for "Playful Pathways"
Research shows that playful pathways attract families and can dramatically increase frequency and duration of use of trails, greenways, and shared-use pathways.
Incorporating nature play along a pathway creates play opportunities for the whole family to explore, learn, and enjoy.
The Earth Day Network is the world’s largest environmental movement.
Chattanooga’s unique riverfront story has been recognized internationally as a series of successful public and private endeavors.
Playful pathways expand and support use by children and families. How can we ensure long-term sustainability through best practice design?
Playful pathways provide a trajectory through three-dimensional space, enjoyable by all family members.
Playful paths take the trail model beyond the traditional user to more fully engage the public with new ways to attract children to the trail.
Here are several facts that point out the value playful paths for children and families.