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Make an obstacle course at homeUsing objects from your garage, set up an obstacle course in your driveway or (if it’s safe) out in the street. Make it harder by timing them, or introducing challenges like not being allowed to put their feet down.
Bike around townPick a place nearby where your kids would enjoy going. For instance, you could bike to the library for books — or surprise them after dinner and suggest biking to the store for ice cream. Stop at nearby parks or forests — you’ll be surprised how many of them have trails associated with them.
What to Bring
Plenty of water, even for short hikes — a gallon per person per day is a good guide
Snacks such as fruit or trail mix and empty bags to collect any garbage
Sunglasses, a hat, and sunscreen
Lightweight rain jacket
Always let someone know where you're going and what time you expect to be back.
Railroad tracks are for trains only. Keep to the side and stay off the tracks.
Bring a small flashlight or another source of light with you if you'll be out close to sunset.