Get Fit at Homestead!
Mel Mann, 2010 Artist-in-Residence
Do you know about the many benefits of exercise? Homestead National Monument of America is a good place to come and exercise, to burn off unwanted calories. Visitors can walk on our 2.5 miles of trails, breathing fresh air with opportunities for wildlife viewing and quiet reflection. Plus, it's free. There's no fee to use the trails, which are open daily from dawn until dusk.
Find out here how many calories you can burn, depending on what trails you explore.
What else can you do at the monument for exercise and healthy living?
Click here to see our general trail map
Pull some weeds! : Get involved with our Community Garden near the Heritage Center
Get some binoculars and a bird ID guide and go birding!
Have a GPS unit? Explore the monument using our Earthcaches!
Links to to other healthy living websites:
Did You Know?
The Homestead Act of 1862, which gave away 160 acre claims, was repealed in the lower 48 states in 1976. In Alaska, claims could be filed up to 1986! -- Homestead National Monument of America More...