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Join A Fun Virtual Scavenger Hunt Throughout November

Our friends at Feet First Philly have a fun new way to enjoy four amazing parks all November long. Visit Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) Park, Grays Ferry Crescent Park, Tacony Creek Park, or Cobbs Creek Park and join in a fun virtual scavenger hunt where you can win prizes while you enjoy the outdoors. 

All you need to do is download the bingo cards. Then while you explore the park, look for the landmarks on the bingo card and take pictures of them. Once you get bingo (vertical line, horizontal line, or diagonal line), submit your pictures to feetfirstphilly@cleanair.org or post them on social media using the tag @feetfirstphilly and #[parkname]VSH. You will be entered to win prizes and have a chance to win a grand prize at the end of the month.

The GoPhillyGo mobile site and Android app show you easy walking, biking, and transit directions to these parks and many more across our region. Spending time outdoors has physical and mental health benefits, and when you commute to parks sustainably, you also benefit the environment. Use the links below to get directions to the virtual scavenger hunt parks. Good luck!

Tacony Creek Park

Plan a walk or bike ride along 4 miles of paved and unpaved trails spanning from the Montgomery County border to North Philadelphia. Tacony Creek Park has numerous gateways at various points along the trail. Click here for more information.

Cobbs Creek Park

Explore the 4.2 mile asphalt greenway along Cobbs Creek Parkway in West and Southwest Philadelphia. Unpaved trails descend to the creek and wind through forests, meadows, and wetlands. A brand new section of paved trail is now open to the public, and users can safely travel between 70th Street and Island Avenue. Click here for more information.

FDR Park

Take the Broad Street Subway to this fantastic urban park located in South Philadelphia across from the Sports Complex, and explore more than 300 acres of forests, lakes, a creek, and a lagoon. Be sure to check out the new trails along the west side of the park while you are there. Click here for more information.

Grays Ferry Crescent Park

Visit Grays Ferry Crescent Park and explore this scenic waterfront park that will soon connect to Bartram’s Garden with a new bridge over the Schuylkill River. Enjoy the river views and a paved trail that connects to the Grays Ferry and 34th Street Bridges. Click here for more information.