Introducing the Park Pass – Southeast Activity Challenge | White-label Digital Health Solutions

Introducing the Park Pass – Southeast Activity Challenge

Available: June 17, 2024


Introducing the fourth installment of our National Park activity challenge series, Park Pass – Southeast! With their peaks and pristine waters, the Southeast’s National Parks are nature’s playground and an activity lover’s dream. Park Pass – Southeast features exercises that prepare and support the body for popular outdoor activities in each park, such as hiking, snorkeling, biking, and kayaking. With a mapped route that displays progress, this challenge is an opportunity for challengers to break a sweat and reach their peak performance.

Introducing the fourth installment of our National Park activity challenge series, Park Pass – Southeast!


How it Works

Interactive Experience: Park Pass – Southeast consists of 10 milestones, each representing a renowned national park in the Southeast. As participants log their activity, they will unlock a new destination filled with fun facts and recommended activities inspired by the park, such as physical exercises, stretches, and breathing exercises. The awe-inspiring landscapes, diverse ecosystems, and rich cultural heritage of these Southeast National Parks are motivation to stay active:

  1. Great Falls National Park
  2. Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  3. Congaree National Park
  4. Cumberland Island National Seashore
  5. Biscayne National Park
  6. Everglades National Park
  7. Dry Tortugas National Park
  8. Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park
  9. Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
  10. Hot Springs National Park

Activity Tracking: Log any of the 20 physical activities, such as walking, hiking, running, or biking, through our user-friendly challenge dashboard. The tracker is customizable, so you can add additional popular activities to the drop-down list, making it easier for your participants to log their activity. Popular fitness devices and apps including Apple HealthKit, Fitbit, and Google Fit can be connected to automatically capture daily step data.

Competition: Enrolled participants can join forces with colleagues, friends, or family members eligible for the program and create teams or peer groups to motivate one another. Sharing progress, encouraging healthy competition, and celebrating achievements can lead to higher engagement and outcomes.

Motivation: As participants conquer each milestone, they can receive incentive points and push messages featuring their earned park badges. Messages are tailored to communication preferences, whether by SMS text or email, at the optimal moment for maximum impact.

PDHI's Park Pass – Southeast Activity Challenge Badges

The stunning landscapes of the Southeast U.S. provide an inspiring backdrop for outdoor exercise and fitness, with each step contributing to a range of well-being benefits, such as weight loss, enhanced blood flow, and improved balance.