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Published on February 11, 2024
Milton Unveils Exciting Summer Activities in New Parks and Recreation GuideSource: Milton

As the freeze of winter maintains its grip, attention in Milton has already turned to the warmer months ahead with the town's fresh-off-the-press Parks and Activities Guide. Offering a first look at the upcoming outdoor recreation programs, the handbook promises an engaging summer with activities ranging from weekly nature classes for tots to dog-friendly hikes. The details were rolled out on the town's official website, where the guide can be accessed by anyone looking to get a head start on their summer plans.

According to a recent release by the City of Milton, this season's guide introduces for the first time a series of Outdoor Recreation Programs tailored for various age groups. It seems that the dogs, along with their human companions on a leash, can also join in on the fun with guided walks that are designed to include the furriest family members. For those seeking to indulge their creative side or shake a leg Bollywood style, new teen and adult art classes, as well as Zumba sessions, round off the year’s additions.

The guide's pages are not just about one-time events but also shine a spotlight on programs that build community connections throughout the warmer seasons. One such event is the inaugural Sweetheart Spring Fling scheduled for April. Families particularly eye the "Camp” section, eagerly anticipating sign-ups for Camp Compass, slated to open March 4 for local residents, and Camp Joyful Soles, already accepting hopeful attendees for special needs youth aged 13 to 22.

Furthermore, the guide also lays out a variety of camps organized by reliable partners providing programs at City facilities. These cover a broad spectrum of interests from arts to sports, ensuring there’s something for every kid in town. According to the City of Milton's news announcement, the Milton Mustangs swim team stands ready too, to welcome new and returning athletes to make a splash at the City Pool.

While the Parks and Activities Guide primarily focuses on family fun in the future months, it doesn't shy away from highlighting year-round attractions. Those include the bustling sports programs at Bell Memorial Park and Legacy Park's fields. While the spring registration may have closed, the guide provides a glimpse into what these venues typically offer, alongside information on park facilities and rental options for personal events. To dive deeper into what Milton's Parks and Recreation has up its sleeve or to chart out a family's seasonal adventure, the guide encourages a direct line to the parks team via [email protected].

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