In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.
Building healthier minds, bodies and spirits through a connection with nature. Prescription for Nature encourages a healthier well-being through outdoor physical activity.
The trails selected for the program have been rated by the level of difficulty and accessibility to help patients and families find a path suited to their needs and physical ability.
Being active while connecting with nature can reduce your risk of:
Anxiety and Depression
Attention Deficit Disorder
Osteoporosis and Arthritis
Dead Horse State Park
A 0.25 mile ADA accessible trail looping under a Freemont Cottonwood tree canopy giving park visitors with limited mobility an opportunity to get off the beaten path. Excellent for bird watching and wildlife viewing. Starts and ends in the River Day Use Area.
Accessed from any of the lagoon parking lots, these trails allow you to stroll around the lagoons. We do request that horses not be taken around lagoon banks.
Desert Foothills Land Trust offers a similar program found here https://www.dflt.org/about-rx-for-nature if you are interested in Prescription for Nature Trails outside Yavapai County