Parks and Recreation has developed a variety of events for you to stay connected with your parks and your community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more below on ways you can virtually get involved with your parks and recreation department!
NEIGHBORHOOD MYSTERY HUNT!
SEPTEMBER 25-OCTOBER 11, 2020!
Calling all super sleuths! Suspicious characters have been scooping up park items all over the City and we need all hands on deck to find them. Join Midland Parks and Recreation on a virtual scavenger hunt during the City’s Neighboring Week. The Neighborhood Mystery Hunt is fun for all ages and will take you on a fun and exciting tour of the city’s parks. Register for this free event from September 25 through October 11. Recreation passes for the 2021 season will be awarded to the Chief Intelligence Officers who crack the case by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, October 11!
This September, Midland Parks and Recreation is teaming up with the mParks Foundation to bring you the mParks Foundation Virtual 5K. The Move So Everyone Can 5K is a virtual 5K to raise funds along with our community partners to provide accessible recreation opportunities for parks and programs. You can run, walk, skateboard, SUP (stand up paddleboard), bike, surf, hand-cycle or swim a 5K anytime during the month of September! When registering for this event, be sure to choose Midland as the community you are supporting!
Participants will receive a participation medal, t-shirt and a healthier YOU! To register click here!
PARKS BINGO JULY 1 - 31
This summer, take the opportunity to visit your parks and participate in a fun and exciting virtual event from Midland Parks and Recreation. From July 1-31 (Parks and Recreation Month), get out with your family to enjoy these fun and socially distanced activities.
Here’s How it Works
Snap a photo of your and/or your family members participating in the 4 activities that make up a BINGO. Post your activities on Facebook or Instagram and tag us. You can also email us your photos! Your prize? Free recreation passes that can be used in 2021.