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The 90-Day Challenge is to exercise for 20 minutes or more every day in the months of June, July, and August!

The Challenge will help you accumulate the 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise needed each week to protect your health, develop fitness, maintain a healthy body weight, and preserve physical function.

The 2017 Challenge runs from June 1 to August 31. 

Participants will have a chance to win a 2018 Individual Season Pass to New Hampshire State Parks. 

Click this button to register!  

90-Day Challenge Signup

Once the Challenge begins, participants will receive weekly emails with fitness facts and upcoming activities occurring at State Parks and other community locations.

Participants can also join us on Facebook (click icon at the top of the page) to post pictures, learn about future events, encourage each other, and see what other Granite Staters are doing to stay fit and enjoy our state.

As an added bonus, 90-Day Challenge participants can take advantage of the beautiful state parks in New Hampshire as you will be eligible from June 1st to August 31st for free access to the parks listed below where a fee is charged.

When you register above you’ll receive a welcome email and your NH State Parks Passport.

Bear Brook State Park (Allenstown) *No Beach Access

Miller State Park (Peterborough)

Odiorne Point State Park (Rye)

Rollins State Park (Warner)

Rye Harbor State Park (Rye)

Winslow State Park (Wilmot)

Many other State Parks are free and open to the public for walking, hiking, biking and nature observation.

When visiting a State Park, you must present your 90-Day Challenge Passport as well as a valid NH driver’s license. Children participating in the Challenge are eligible for free access if they have a Passport and are participating with an adult.

For more information about NH State Parks including locations, activities, and hours, visit www.nhstateparks.org

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