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ONLINE RECREATION CENTER

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Welcome to Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District's Online Recreation and Resource Center!

This is your place for fun, education, and resources to keep you active while our facilities are temporarily closed. We are committed to ensuring that we continue to create community and provide you with resources to maintain healthy lives, grow meaningful relationships, and keep building extraordinary experiences.

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @ValleyWideRec for more ideas to keep you and your loved ones active, creative, and connected! 

Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District does not endorse or receive funds to advertise any of the third party sites or services listed or referenced on this page. By providing links to other sites, Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District does not guarantee, approve, or endorse the information or products available on these sites.

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Get Active!

Better Health recommends getting in at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day! Here are some resources to help you reach that goal while remaning indoors.

Experts are advising that it is good to go outside. Get your 30 minutes of activity at one of our parks or trails! But please remember to maintain Social Distancing and to wash your hands before and after any activities. While our facilities and restrooms are temporarily closed, our parks remain open. Please avoid high-contact play structures for your safety and protection during this time.

Activities for kids 
Exercise your mind

It's easy to veg on video games and television while at home, but it's just as important to stay physically active as it is to stay mentally active! Try these resources to keep your mind sharp.

Learning For Kids

Get Creative!

Use this time to pick up a hobby! Having a hobby helps to relieve stress and keep boredom at bay. Try something new with the links below.

games and Crafts for Kids

Get Connected!

When limiting your physical contact with people, it's important to remember to make and maintain emotional connections. Try a few of these ideas to stay connected with friends and family.

  • Write and send a letter to a loved one
  • Watch a movie together with Skype or Facetime 
  • Host a virtual playdate with Skype or Facetime
  • Call a friend or family member you haven't spoken to in a while
  • Take care of yourself; make sure to eat a well balanced diet, get plenty of sleep, and stretch at least twice a day
  • Play board games with your family or use facebook to play games with your friends
  • Play hide and go seek, charades, and other low contact games
  • Set a day to do some spring cleaning with your faimly
  • Have an impromptu dance party with your family
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