Posted on 2nd September 2017 by Liz Gore
Welcome to Autumn on ParksHerts – information on 100 fantastic, free to access parks and open spaces in Hertfordshire.
This autumn take a walk through vibrant orange and golds, jump in crunchy leaves, discover shiny conkers and enjoy the fresh air with ParksHerts. With over a hundred places to explore ParksHerts walking routes can help you make the most of your visit. We have some beautiful parks and open spaces across the county, so get outside and explore the seasonal scenes.
It’s really easy to search for your perfect park on ParksHerts. Why not try searching using the ‘woodland’ filter? You’ll find new walks through some of the county’s most beautiful woods.
You can search the website based on who’s going, what activities you want and the facilities offered. So, whether it’s to let the kids run about, walk the dog, relax in nature or to get fit – ParksHerts will help you to get out in Hertfordshire.
It also includes useful information about park facilities and accessibility, so you know what to expect before you set off.
The minute you step in to a park you reap the benefits, natural surroundings help reduce stress and tension. In just three minutes heart rate, blood pressure and muscle tension reduces. It also makes us feel happier, amps up our vitamin D intake, which is needed for healthy bodies, and can even help us age gracefully according to studies.
The website is compatible with all mobile devices and tablets, so you can find out more about our parks whilst you’re out and about, from the history of the area to where the nearest toilets are.
Visit the ParksHerts – www.parksherts.co.uk – to find your perfect park! You can also like us on Facebook: facebook/ParksHerts, or follow us on twitter: @ParksHerts and Instagram: ParksHerts.
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