Imagine you were never more than a 10-minute walk from a great place to get outside.

Imagine a great park within a 10-minute walk of every home, in every neighborhood, in every city across America.

The research is clear: parks boost well-being for the entire neighborhood. And great parks foster community, where everyone is welcome. We invite you to join us for a day of celebrating the parks we have - and advocating for the parks we need.

Pledge to walk to a park on October 10.

Across the United States

100 million

residents don't have a park within a
10-minute walk of home.

Explore park access in your neighborhood

Download detailed reports on each of the 100 largest U.S. cities.

We've ranked America's park systems for 2018.

How does your city compare?

See 2018 PARKSCORE® Rankings

Family walking to a park.

In cities across the country, mayors are coming together to endorse the 10-minute walk to a park standard for all. Has your mayor signed on?

Meet Our Mayors

Rahm Emanuel speaking at a rally.Photo credit: Will Rice

Everyone deserves a park. How close is yours? Explore access to parks—in your city and nationwide.

Explore access to parks

Female students dancing at the William Dick School.Photo credit: Jenna Stamm