Exercise body and mind with KAZ Passport Letter to the Editor Published: June 29, 2014 Editor: I’ve seen the Keystone Activity Zone Passport brochure several times over the years and always thought the concept was great. I never did it though until this year. On April 26, the beginning of the 2014 KAZ Passport season, […]
2016 Keystone Active Zone officially starts April 22nd, 2016, Earth Day 2016.
Open swim, boxing classes, health fair 12:00-3:00PM
Registration for the 2016 Luzerne County Keystone Active Zone Passport program is available now, as we update this website. Questions will be available to answer starting April 22nd.
Printed copies are coming home from elementary schools April 12th-April 22nd. Copies will also be available at local YMCAs, libraries, and KAZ park, recreation and civic partners. Contact us to request printed copies for your organization or club.
Luzerne County’s KAZ program is coordinated by three local Program Partners: The Greater Hazleton Rails to Trails, and LiveWell Luzerne County and the Wilkes-Barre YMCA Healthy Communities program. Program partners are joined by a coalition of more than 75 Funding, Media, Prize and Planning Partners working together to make active living the easy choice by connecting people of all ages and abilities to their local outdoor resources.
Frances Slocum State Park consists of 1,035 acres in northeastern Pennsylvania’s Luzerne County. The horseshoe shaped, 165-acre lake is popular for boating and fishing, and is a home to many species of birds, fish and wildlife. The many hiking and mountain biking trails and the large day use area attract visitors to picnic and explore […]
Using Our Protected Lands & Water Luzerne County, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a whole, is lucky to have many acres of protected land and water. Some of this land is owned by the Commonwealth or local municipalities, and some is owned by not-for-profit organizations or private citizens and protected by land trusts and other […]