Engaging in a walking program can help reduce the risk of heart disease, burn calories, lower blood pressure, increase muscle tone, improve circulation, prevent bone loss, and make you feel good. Our 'Rockland County Walks' Initiative consists of several walking opportunities, including:

Guided Park Walks: These free guided walks at local parks are led by trained Trail Guides. For more information and the schedule click here.

RC Walks Pedometer Challenge: This 8-week walking challenge provides a free pedometer and encourages all Rocklanders to move more.

Trail Guides
: These volunteers lead walks at parks in and around Rockland County. 

Trail Tracker
: An incentive-based scavenger hunt that encourages Rockland Residents to take a walk and explore Rockland County Parks.


Planning on spending time outdoors? Follow these tips to help prevent Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases. For more information call (845) 364-2500 or click here.

For information on preventing mosquito bites click here.