Senate Simple Resolution 193
116th Congress(2019-2020)
A resolution designating May 18, 2019, as "Kids to Parks Day".
Passed Senate on May 7, 2019
S. RES. 193 (Agreed-to-Senate)

1st Session
S. RES. 193

Designating May 18, 2019, as “Kids to Parks Day”.


May 7, 2019

Mr. Wyden (for himself, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Booker, Mr. Portman, Ms. Hirono, and Mr. Heinrich) submitted the following resolution; which was considered and agreed to


Designating May 18, 2019, as “Kids to Parks Day”.

    Whereas the 9th annual Kids to Parks Day will be celebrated on May 18, 2019;

    Whereas the goals of Kids to Parks Day are—

    (1) to promote healthy outdoor recreation and environmental stewardship;

    (2) to empower young people; and

    (3) to encourage families to get outdoors and visit the parks and public land of the United States;

    Whereas, on Kids to Parks Day, individuals from rural and urban areas of the United States can be reintroduced to the splendid national, State, and neighborhood parks located in their communities;

    Whereas communities across the United States offer a variety of natural resources and public land, often with free access, to individuals seeking outdoor recreation;

    Whereas the people of the United States, young and old, should be encouraged to lead more healthy and active lifestyles;

    Whereas Kids to Parks Day is an opportunity for families to take a break from their busy lives and come together for a day of active, wholesome fun; and

    Whereas Kids to Parks Day will—

    (1) broaden an appreciation for nature and the outdoors in young people;

    (2) foster a safe setting for independent play and healthy adventure in neighborhood parks; and

    (3) facilitate self-reliance while strengthening communities: Now, therefore, be it


That the Senate—

(1) designates May 18, 2019, as “Kids to Parks Day”;

(2) recognizes the importance of outdoor recreation and the preservation of open spaces to the health and education of the young people of the United States; and

(3) encourages the people of the United States to observe Kids to Parks Day with appropriate programs, ceremonies, and activities.