Walk With Ease

Program Overview 

Experience the Walk With Ease program. Arthritis Foundation certified. Doctor recommended. 

The Arthritis Foundation’s Walk With Ease program is a walking program that can reduce pain and improve overall health. If you can be on your feet for 10 minutes without pain, you can have success with Walk With Ease. 

Traditionally, this program is held in-person three times a week for six weeks during the spring, summer, and fall. To keep our community safe, we are excited to offer a combination of in-person and virtual Walk With Ease sessions. 

COVID-19 protocols and safety precautions will be followed.

Walk With Ease will Help You:

  • Walk safely and comfortably
  • Improve your flexibility, strength, and stamina
  • Reduce pain and feel great
  • Motivate yourself with improved fitness


Fairwood Community Park (located at the pavilion)
Tuesdays (in-person), Thursdays (in-person), Saturdays (virtual)
May 2-June 10
8-9 am
Ages 18 & up; Resident $10; Non-Resident $13
Register through Parks Direct!

Tucker Road Athletic Complex (located near the restrooms)
Mondays (in-person), Wednesdays (in-person), Fridays (virtual)
June 5-July 17
9-10 am
Ages 18 & up; Resident $10; Non-Resident $13
Register through Parks Direct! 

Bladensburg Waterfront Park (located at the riverwalk pavilion)
Tuesdays (in-person), Thursdays (in-person), Saturdays (virtual)
June 20- August 1
8:30-9:30 am
Ages 18 & up; Resident $10; Non-Resident $13
Register through Parks Direct!


Registration is now open!

Registration is required via Parks Direct. For specific program information, visit wellness.pgparks.com. If you need to register after the program start date or have questions, please email wellness@pgparks.com  for assistance. 

ADA Accommodations

The Department of Parks and Recreation encourages and supports the participation of individuals with disabilities. Register at least a minimum of two weeks in advance of the program start date to request and receive a disability accommodation.

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