- What is the Mile Markers program?
This summer, Look Park is partnering with Cooley Dickinson Health Care providers to give you access to Look Park’s easy 1.2 mile loop for daily outdoor fresh air and exercise. In addition, Cooley Dickinson providers will be in the park throughout the summer to offer wellness activities for the whole community.
Signing up to be a Mile Marker gives you a vehicle entry pass to the park to use now- September. You’ll also receive periodic emails about any special Mile Marker activities going on in the park. (And the first 300 to sign up get a free water bottle).
- Do I need to register?
While you don’t have to sign up to come to the park for wellness and recreation, registering with the program will keep you up-to-date on wellness programs provided by Cooley Dickinson Health Care happening throughout the summer in the Park. We’ll send out periodic emails announcing any scheduled events happening.
If you don’t have a vehicle entry pass into the park, registering to be a Mile Marker will give you vehicle entry access from now-September 2019 to park your car in Look Park for exercising, walking or participating in one of the wellness activities provided by Cooley Dickinson Health Care providers.
Another bonus of signing up? If you’re among the first 300 participants to register, you’ll also receive a free Mile Markers water bottle.
- How do I sign up to be a Mile Marker?
It’s simple (and free) to sign up. Click here to sign up now.
If you prefer, you may stop by the park’s visitor center daily between 9:00 am and 6:00Pm to sign up in person.
- Is the programming held if it’s raining?
If the weather is inclement, we’ll send an email to registered participants to let you know if the wellness event will be postponed. We’ll also post on our Facebook Group. If in doubt, you can always call the park at 413-584-5457.
- Where do we meet for scheduled Mile Marker activities? Where should I park?
Unless indicated differently on the online schedule, all Mile Markers programs will meet in front of the Visitor Center (next to the tennis courts) on your right once you enter the park. There are ample parking spots directly behind the Visitor Center.