EXPLORE MARLBORO TOWNSHIP PARKS AND CELEBRATE Saturday, May 20th is National Kids to Park Day!
This day of outdoor play connects kids and families with their local, state and national parks through activities that promote discovery and exploration.
Come enjoy Marlboro Township parks by joining any of the simultaneously scheduled activities on May 20th from noon – 2:00 p.m. or plan your own fun at one of the 14 park complexes. Activities are free and no registration is required.
National Kids to Park Day
Saturday, May 20 Noon – 2:00 PM
Marlboro Municipal Complex –
Roadside Field Exercise Equipment Group exercise sessions
led by GYMGUYZ (every 15 min.)
Falson Park – Falson Lane
Grab some blankets or chairs, pack some lunch and have a family picnic.
We’ll have some games to play OR bring your own!
Marlboro Recreation Center-
Outside Near Picnic Table Awning Rock Painting – you bring the rocks, we supply the paint. Bring your painted rock to a park and spread some beauty!
Nolan Park – Corner of Lloyd & Nolan Bring your favorite sports equipment & enjoy some family friendly competition!
FREE Family Fun and No registration required!
There are several benefits for children to go to the park, especially on National Kids to Parks Day.
Parks provide opportunities for children to engage in physical activities like running, jumping, climbing, and playing games. This can help them develop gross motor skills, improve their fitness, and promote a healthy lifestyle.
Nature exploration: National Parks often have beautiful scenery, wildlife, and natural resources that children can explore and learn about. This can help foster a love of nature and the environment, and encourage children to be more environmentally conscious.
Social interaction: Parks provide a social setting for children to interact with other children, make friends, and practice social skills. This can help improve their communication, teamwork, and leadership abilities.
Cognitive development: Visiting National Parks can be a great way for children to learn about history, geography, and science. They can also develop problem-solving skills as they navigate the natural environment and engage in imaginative play.
Mental health: Spending time outdoors and in nature has been shown to have positive effects on mental health, including reducing stress and anxiety, improving mood, and boosting overall well-being.