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

We've ranked America's park systems for 2020.

How does your city compare?

See 2020 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