We’re a little more than two weeks into 2015. How is your get-fit New Year’s Resolution holding up? Getting motivated to workout is tough in the colder, rainier weather we’ve had lately.
Make the most of the sunshine this weekend by heading over to Sesquicentennial State Park to get in some outdoor and exercise time. There are opportunities for all types of outdoorsmen and athletes at the park. Here are out top-five ideas for spending time at Sesquicentennial.
- Jackson Creek Nature Trail: This trail is 0.4 miles long and is perfect for casual walks and jogs.
- Mountain Bike Trail: Bikers will love following the blue diamond trail markers for a 6.1-mile ride.
- Scavenger Hunt: Complete the answers to this scavenger hunt by paying attention to the signs on the Jackson Creek Nature Trail. When you’re finished, find the answers here.
- Go Fish: Cast your line for bass and bream in the 30-acre park lake. View the Sesquicentennial fishing regulations here.
- Geocaching: There are several geocaches hidden the park. For more information, visit the official geocaching website.
Being so close to Providence Park, Sesquicentennial State Park is a great place to go for everyone. Admission is $2 for adults and free to those 15 and under.
For more ideas on what to do in the Providence Park Neighborhood, check out our Pinterest page.