Did you know we have multiple walking trails you can enjoy in the Texarkana area?

From the woodsy feel of the Bringle Lake Trails to the wide expansive trail at Bobby Ferguson Park, there are plenty of options for you to check out. Here is a virtual walk around the Spring Lake Park walking trail.

This video was taken a little while back and does not show the new bridges that were installed recently. The big takeaway from the video is how big the trail is which makes it easier for you to make your way around the trail and will let groups of walkers be able to walk by each other with room to spare.

My mom is a big walker and she says that Spring Lake Park is her favorite place to walk with her friends. The big thing is the walking trail is 3.9 miles for one lap or 9,000 steps.

Did you know that the Texarkana Parks and Recreation Department has the following free classes?

Yoga.  These classes will take place at the Southwest Center located at 3222 W. 7th Street will offer Yoga classes every Wednesday from 5:30 until 6:30 and are free of charge.

Zumba.  Zumba classes at the Southwest Center on Tuesday and Thursday at 9 am-10 am or 6 pm-7 pm and are free.

Basketball You can play for free on  Monday, Wednesday, and Friday come play basketball at the Southwest Center. Hours are 9 am-11 am, 11 am-1 pm, and 1 pm-3 pm at the Southwest Center gym.

Pickleball. You can play for free on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm.

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