Get fit, find nature at Reedy Creek Preserve

Feb 3, 2017 | Events

Reedy Creek Preserve trailTwo weekly programs at our 900-plus acre Reedy Creek Nature Preserve and Park can help you get fit and limber while enjoying nature.

Each Tuesday evening, the preserve’s nature center hosts a hike on forest trails followed by a yoga class. You can take part in either or both.

Hike for Your Health

Hike for Your Health is a free walk on the park’s trails from 5 to 6 pm Tuesdays, led by park staff. The walk starts at the Nature Center, located a half-mile inside the main entrance. The activity is free, and no registration is required. Hikers should have comfortable footwear and clothing suited to the weather. Call the center for details at 980-314-1119.

 

Yoga at the Nature Center

Yoga at the Nature Center takes place inside the nature center from 6:15 to 7:15 pm Tuesdays and is led by a trained Yoga instructor. There is a modest fee. Bring your own mat. Click here for details and to register.

 

Learn more about Reedy Creek Nature Preserve

Statue at Nature Center entrance

Statue at Nature Center entrance

Reedy Creek Nature Preserve, park and nature center are at 2900 Rocky River Road, about a mile east of East W.T. Harris Boulevard. The nature center is open 9 am-5 pm Mondays-Saturdays, 1-5 pm Sundays and extended hours for programs such as the Yoga Class. Admission is free. Visit the nature-preserve website or call the center at 980-314-1119.

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