2018 KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge - Atlanta

The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge is the nations largest mobile fitness event traveling from coast-to-coast dedicated to keeping kids active and healthy. At the KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge, kids of all ages get the opportunity to flex their physical fitness by participating in a completion-based obstacle course designed to challenge speed, strength, agility and overall physical fitness. The event is FREE to the public and features a variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy including active gaming fun for all ages and on-site programming designed to inspire kids and families to live a more active and healthy lifestyle!

 

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FAQ's

What is the KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge?

The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge is the nations largest mobile fitness event traveling from coast-to-coast dedicated to keeping kids active and healthy.

How do kids participate?

Kids of all ages get the opportunity to demonstrate their physical fitness by participating in a completion-based obstacle course designed to test speed, strength, agility, and overall physical fitness.

How is the course laid out?

The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge is a 10 station completion-based obstacle course that includes sprinting, push ups, wall crawls, hurdles, jumping jacks, sit ups, tunnel crawls and to finish off the course - a grueling 20 foot confidence climb and 60 meter dash to the finish!

What is the minimum age requirement to compete?

The minimum age requirement for our toddler course is 3 years of age. The course difficulty is adjusted to compliment each age group to include the adults.

Is the KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge a kids event only?

Not at all, adults can participate on all activities at the event to test their physical fitness.

How long will I have to run?

Each course no matter if adult or toddler takes approximately 5 - 10 minutes to complete depending on your physical fitness.

What if I can't make it that far?

No worries. You can terminate your race at anytime but we encourage all participants to attempt to finish. We have lots of great volunteers to help you on the way!

Is there a cost to run the course?

The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge course is free of charge for all ages. Runners are handled on a first come first serve basis.

Is there a charge to participate on the Xtreme rides at the event?

Yes, there is a charge associated with participating on the BumperBalls and BodyZorbs at the event. The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge Obstacle Course and Awareness areas are FREE of charge for unlimited participation all day.

What other activities are there to do at the event?

The event features lots of activities for the whole family to enjoy to include Xtreme gaming for all ages, rides, food and on-site programming designed to inspire kids and families to live an active and healthy lifestyle.

What is the weather policy for the event?

The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge is a LOW WIND SHINE ONLY event due to extremely high inflatables. Please make sure to check the website on event day for weather updates and event status.

Do I have to register to participate?

Yes, ALL participants both children and adults must register for FREE at Eventbrite to accept the medical waiver in order to participate at the event.

Do participants have to arrive at 10am and stay all day?

No, participants can arrive anytime during our 10am - 6pm event hours. New races are run continually throughout the day with new runners being handled on a first come first served basis.

How can I become a Volunteer at the event?

We can always use your help volunteering at our KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge event. Please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. where one of our team members can get you all setup.

How can I become a Sponsor or a Vendor at one of your upcoming events?

Please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. where one of our friendly specialists will be glad to answer any of your questions and forward you sponsor information.

How can I bring the KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge special event to my school?

We offer a limited number of special events per school year. To request a special event at your school, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. where one of our friendly specialists will be glad to forward you special event information.

What if I have any further questions?

Feel free to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. where one of our friendly specialists will be glad to answer your questions.

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10 Underrated Places In Georgia To Take An Out-Of-Towner

1. This hidden-gem in the heart of Atlanta where you can spend the night:

This hidden gem in Georgia has recently been named one of the top AirBnB destinations in the world. It's a beautifully serene, almost whimsical, tree house where you can stay nightly and fulfill a childhood dream of living among the treetops.

2. Swan House: Traditionally known as one of the most recognized and photographed landmarks in Atlanta.

This sophisticated, classically-styled mansion was built in 1928 for the Inman family, heirs to a cotton brokerage fortune. Now, you can travel just outside of Atlanta, to explore this beautifully restored historic house along with the gardens, fountains, and mesmerizing views.

3. Watching the wild horses of Cumberland Island:

Cumberland Island is known as Georgia's largest barrier island. It's here that you can swim, bird watch, observe the twisted tree trunks, and of course, watch the wild horses run about.

4. The beautiful archway of Spanish moss in Wormsloe Plantation:

Located in Savannah, the Wormsloe Plantation may be one of the most underrated spots in the state. Although famous visually, many tourists don't realize that it's located just outside the city, and you can personally drive down the magical road.

5. Little Grand Canyon:

This 1,003-acre state park, located in Stewart County in southwest Georgia, is as underrated as it gets. But those who know about Providence Canyon State Park hike the trails, enjoy the views and camp overnight whenever they can.

6. Climb one of the highest peaks in all of Georgia.

 
7. Hike, bike, climb and enjoy.
 
The Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area in Lithonia is a wonderful place to bring out-of-towners of any age. There's so much to learn and see in the culture and rich natural wonders of the land, (besides getting in a bout of exercise.)
 
8. A mined quarry featuring rich, blue water and a slice of history:
 
About a mile outside of Midtown Atlanta sits Bellwood Quarry. The area was mined for centuries, before filling with blue water and becoming an out-of-towner's paradise.
 
9. One of the most unique botanical gardens in the country:
 
When most people hear "botanical garden" they don't think of it as an exciting attraction---not compared to, say, Six Flags, anyway. But Atlanta's Botanical Garden is a 30-acre flora and fauna paradise, perfect for a day-trip for the entire family.
 
10. Probably the coolest history lesson around:
Located in Cartersville, the Etowah Indian Mounds are truly a sight to see. Sitting on 54 acres of land, you can explore a mound-building Native American civilization, the largest site in the Southeast.

So there you have it; a few of the most underrated spots in Georgia that it’s high time you visit. Bring the family, bring your friends and add these to the list for your out-of-town guests to peruse when they come to Georgia.

 

 
 

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King of Pops – Check the calendar, see where they will be, and prepare to get your popsicle on! These are the best popsicles in the universe! Save me a mango jalapeno, and my boys say, “Pass the Peach!”

LanierWorld at Lake Lanier Islands – Enjoy fun slides, relaxing beaches, wakeboarding, and lake adventures. There is a Fun Park, Big Beach, and Sunset Cove. Enjoy Beach Flicks and live music during the summer.

Liberty Bell Swimming Pool, at FDR State Park – FDR provides 42 miles of trails, geocaching, star gazing, canoeing, and more. The kids will love taking a dip in the Liberty Bell swimming pool!

Library Summer Reading Programs – Your local library has a summer reading program for the kids. Most libraries also have regular programs associated with these, like jugglers, magicians and such.

Marietta Fire Museum – Tour the two stories of fire truck paraphernalia and fire trucks. Be sure to ask for a tour, and whatever you do, get your parking validated to save $20. Just a short walk away is a fun train playground and an ice cream shop!

Matilda’s Under the Pines – This incredible outdoor music venue in Alpharetta is free for kiddos and family-friendly!

Movies in the park – There are free outdoor movie locations all over the city. Bring a blanket and some snacks, and enjoy the evening!

Museum of Aviation. Do you have a want-to-be pilot in your life? The Museum of Aviation at Warner Robbins will elicit a full day’s worth of grins and giggles. It is one of the largest aviation museums in the US. See over 90 different aircraft, spread over four hangers and 51 acres. The best part? It’s FREE. National Trail Days – (June 4) Take a Ranger-led hike, volunteer your time for clean up, or one of several other events on Trail Day.

Piedmont Park Pool – Spend time splashing in the fountains or riding the lazy river. There is a greystone bathhouse, lap lanes, and much more. It is clean and super family friendly. If you need a break from the sun, you can also try one of these FREE ways to explore Piedmont Park.

Renaissance Festival – Jousting, games, fire jugglers, and so much more. This is a summer festival you can’t miss.

Ride the Atlanta Streetcar –There are 12 stops along a 2.7-mile loop. It would be fun to ride just for the novelty, but consider stops at Centennial Park, Sweet Auburn Market, MLK National Historic Site, or Woodruff Park.

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