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Sharing your experiences
Join in the national movement and share your experiences to infuse play into pathway networks! We want to hear your ideas, experiences, and thoughts that will further inspire others. Use this online journal as a sounding board to tell your experiences outdoors on pathway, greenway, and trail systems. Upload photos, share your unique ideas to infuse play along the way, or simply tell others about your visits to interesting pathway systems.
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“We were so excited when we discovered the addition of play equipment and activities to do along the path. Our four lively children all found something to enjoy that matched their developmental levels. Riverpoint was already an amazing place, but we were wowed by these types of ”extras” that make our children so happy.”

Marzi Wiley, child psychologist & Ben Wiley, pediatrician Riverpoint Park, Chattanooga, TN

“We love to meet our friends and neighbors at the Play Trail. Our kids can run and be active while the parents socialize and play too!”

Tom Moore Riverfront, Chattanooga, tn.

“Pathways for Play has completely changed the way we look at play time with our kids. The kids are having fun and learning at the same time.”

Nicole Pinkerton, mother of three Riverpoint Park, Chattanooga, TN

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