Hike It Baby: New Morgantown Mom Launches Outdoor Events for Kids

The West Virginia Physical Activity Network joined the Morgantown Chapter of Hike It Baby for a hike in Cooper’s Rock State Forest on Tuesday morning.

Hike It Baby is a parents group dedicated to getting families together and out into nature with newborns and young children.

The organization began in the summer of 2013 when founder, Shanti Hodges, had her son, Mason, in Portland, Oregon. There are now 200 branches across 47 of the United States and into Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy, South Africa, and Australia.

There are five Hike It Baby chapters in West Virginia (Charleston, Harpers Ferry, Huntington, Morgantown, and Pineville), with summer hikes lined up in Brenton, Oceana, Mullens, Bruceton Mills, and Morgantown.

Join the Facebook groups to join the hikes already happening in West Virginia:

 

You can listen to the episode here!

Amanda and Jenny share invaluable wisdom for anyone who wants to make their community a better place to live, or if you just want to understand a little more about how we work at The Hub, this podcast is a great place to start.

If you don’t have a branch near you, you can start one in your community or participate in challenges. You can get help to do this at hikeitbaby.com and info@hikeitbaby.com

The Hike It Baby Morgantown Chapter is led by Molly Fetchter-Leggett. Here’s the info about a great hike for young kids they’re doing on May 30.

We love the Hike It Baby ethos: “As part of an active, judgment free community, parents and caregivers can find the safe, supportive environment they need to help raise a generation to love the outdoors.”

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on google
Google+
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

More to explore

How to Host First Friday Events in Your Community

Are you working to bring energy into your community? Do you want to see more people in your downtown spaces? Are there a number of local craftspeople, artists, farmers, and other entrepreneurs in your region that you’d like to bring together?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *