CHILDHOOD IS AN ADVENTURE. BRING IT OUTSIDE!

Make friends, explore new places, and HAVE FUN!

Getting outside is better together, find your community with us!

JOIN US FOR A COMMUNITY EVENT

Find FREE local events and get outside with other families near you! Can't find something that works for you? Host an event of your own and other families will join!

FIND A FAMILY-FRIENDLY PLACE NEAR YOU!

Looking for your next adventure? Check out our Family Trail Guide for parent-submitted, parent-tested family-friendly outdoor places near you! Nothing near by? Check back after June 21!

HOST AN EVENT AND HELP FAMILIES GET OUTSIDE

Everyone is welcome to host an event, and it doesn't have to be limited to forest trails or hiking! Our adventures span park playdates, city strolls, picnics, runs, walks, rolls, and much more. We're committed to ensuring no one is left behind. We create an inclusive environment where all abilities, experiences, cultures, and identities are celebrated and appreciated. By hosting an event, you can play a crucial role in engaging your local community.

 

Together, we're raising a generation to love the outdoors!

Join us!

HIKE IT BABY STORIES

Real parents, real stories, real community.

FINDING COMMUNITY

"I needed nature, but I was afraid to hike alone.  When I discovered Hike it Baby... all the moms waited and were there to support me."

Maria was new to the area when she found out her baby had Cystic Fibrosis. She knew nature could help her feel better, but was worried about getting outside with a medically fragile infant. She found a supportive community and the healing calm of nature when she connected to her local Hike it Baby branch.  

HIKING THROUGH PPD

"It was so great to be with other parents who knew what I was going through. "

Hike it Baby South King County Branch Ambassador Adrienne Brand didn't recognize that she had post-partum depression after having her first son. All she knew was she just wasn't happy and she didn't feel connected to her son. Then she starting hiking and talking to other women, and slowly she found her happy place again.

REDEFINING PARENTHOOD

"If I can do that, I can do anything."

Chris and Patty Flanagan-Linderman became parents in their late 60's and they were determined to not let their age or their new role as parents stop them from continuing to spend time outdoors. In fact, it had just the opposite effect.

FIRST HIKE

"My life doesn't have to change because I have a baby."

Even though Dini was told during her childhood in South Africa "we don't do that" when she asked about hiking and camping, today she says "I feel like I belong outside." Dini on her first hike with Hike it Baby: "It was a great experience stepping outside with my daughter with other moms. That's when I knew this is my family right here."