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Tools for Evaluating How Parks Promote Physical Activity

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Every year, millions resolve to live healthier lives. Physical activity is one of the main ways to get and stay healthy, yet this is a difficult task for many Americans. Parks may hold the key to getting people moving as they are normally close to our neighborhoods, have facilities intended for all sorts of physical activities and, best of all, don’t carry a price tag like gym memberships.
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State Park: Etowah Mounds Historic Site

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Home to Native Americans one thousand years ago, this 54-acre historic site protects six earthen mounds, a plaza, village site, and more. The Etowah Indian Mounds is the most intact Mississippian Culture site in the Southeast.
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State Park: What’s New for 2017

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A new year means new changes, updates and additions to elevate visitors’ experiences at Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites. With these new offerings guests to Georgia’s state parks will find new ways to get out, discover and explore.
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Take-the-Stairs Tuesday!

Today’s “Take-the-Stairs Tuesday” is so special because we found a video that incorporates our favorite things: Georgia, stairs, and fitness! This short video shows that you are never too far down to move up! Watch someone change their life with just 600 stairs… A little about this place: Amicalola Falls is the…
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