Parents are the most influential force in a child’s life. Stock your kitchen with healthy, whole foods including lots of fruits and vegetables. Plan family activities that are active and fun. Model for your child the healthy lifestyle you want them to live!


Don't have a running club at your school? No problem! Train on your own, or with family and friends, using the GO FAR way. Run times and fitness tips will be provided online for 8 weeks in preparation for the upcoming Triad GO FAR 5K road race. Race registration fees NOT included. Visit our store to register. Contact [email protected] if you have questions.


Running is an exercise you can take with you anywhere! Visit a local park where you can run before taking a break at the playground or spend the day at the zoo jogging among the animals. Don’t forget that you can run with your family while on vacation and explore new routes and sites.

Triad area families are invited to visit GO FAR Healthy Places Maps, 5K training routes which are scattered throughout High Point. In partnership with the Foundation for a Healthy High Point and the City of High Point Parks and Recreation Department, GO FAR developed run/walk maps in area neighborhoods. Descriptions of proper stretching before and after your training and information about healthy snacks and hydration are included. So grab your family and friends to get out and get active!


  • Allen Jay Rec Center
  • High Point City Lake Park
  • Deep River Rec Center
  • High Point Athletic Complex, starting from Miracle League Field
  • Southside Multiuse Path
  • Morehead Rec Center
  • Oak View Rec Center
  • Piedmont Environmental Center
  • Roy Culler Senior Center
  • Wrenn Miller Park, Jamestown
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The internet is full of online games and activities designed to teach children about healthy concepts. Encourage your child to try the games on these websites: