About the Erie County Recreational Passport
What is it?
The Let’s Move Outside! Erie County Recreational Passport is a collaborative program of Erie Yesterday, Erie County Department of Health and VisitErie. It’s an innovative program promoting healthy living and physical activity through the use of public art, local history and outdoor recreation.
Download a PDF of the new, pocket-sized Let's Move Outside! Erie County Recreational Passport.
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3/30/2017 National Take a Walk in the Park Day
March in Erie PA doesn’t exactly scream ‘picnic weather,’ but at least the snow is gone! It’s time to get back into the routine of getting some fresh air and actually enjoying it, instead of layering up for the cold. What better way to welcome spring than to take a walk in one of our state or local parks? Whichever type you prefer-take time today to appreciate the park of your choice by stopping by for a visit.
4/21/2017 Avoiding and Removing Ticks
If you’ve ever gone on a walk at Presque Isle you’ve probably seen a sign warning you about ticks. Do you take those signs seriously? Our beloved peninsula has an astonishingly large tick population, and they can pose serious risks to people who frequent the state park. These tiny ectoparasites can host diseases and infections that can harm our health very seriously, so it is important to take precautions in order to prevent tick bites. We’re going to use todays post to discuss some hiking hacks that will help you avoid ticks and be educated on what to do if you encounter them.
3/21/2017 Running Safety
As a runner, how do you handle the pavement in Erie PA? Being confined to treadmill running is tiring and absolutely no fun. Outside running is almost always more beneficial but it can get tricky if you live in a city.