The Music City has tons of great events planned every single year, and one of the most anticipated on these is the Parks and Recreation Month, wherein Davidson County residents are encouraged to participate in their hundreds. The Metro’s Parks Department prepares an assortment of activities and programs which have been specially designed to promote plus maintain healthy lifestyles and communities.
Metro’s 108 parks encompass a total land area nearing some 12,000 acres, which is more than enough space needed to host the increasing range of programs in which residents will be joining. These include dozens of fun outdoor events such as picnics, golfing, horseback riding, ball games, swimming, exploring historic sites, and many more.
Tommy Lynch, Nashville Parks Director, said: “There are several ways people can get involved with our park system. First, we are encouraging people to visit our website or Facebook page and look at the special calendar we’ve created for the month of July. There are some really helpful suggestions to help folks get and explore what we think is one of the best park systems in the country. There’s something for people to enjoy every day of the week. To give people a little incentive, we are having an Explore Metro Parks giveaway package at the end of the month.”
The package includes a bundle of goodies for the lucky winner, such as a one-year membership to The Parthenon, a six-month membership to the Centennial Sportsplex, two tickets to Full Moon Pickin’ Party at Warner Park, a Greenway Survival Kit, plus more.
In addition, free fitness activities will be held every Saturday in July at the Public Square Park. During a one-hour session, fitness experts will demonstrate Yoga, Zumba, Boot Camps, and an array of other options for the public to participate in.
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