Daytonians the winter season is steadily moving forward, and it is less than two months until spring! Even though it is a little cooler outside and the days are a bit shorter, don’t let that stop you from getting out in nature and being active. There are many wonderful opportunities to do something good for your health and enjoy the great outdoors at the same time. Check out some of the different parks and guided hikes offered weekly in the Dayton metropolitan area.
The Miami County Park District will hold an Adult Exploration Hike on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 from 9:00 am until 11:00 am at Hobart Urban Nature Preserve in Troy. Join the park district naturalist to discover the birds, plants, and trees while getting in some fabulous exercise and fresh air. These hikes are an incredible opportunity to get out in nature and learn together, for free! This event will last about two hours and is appropriate for all levels, and that’s right, it is free of charge. Remember to layer up before you head out because it is still winter, and the trails may be a little damp as well. Break out of the normal exercise rut and get out to explore our beautiful community while doing something excellent for your body!
There you have it folks, a free event, a chance to do something active, and an opportunity to perhaps discover a new treasure in your own town. Let’s get out and get moving Dayton!