In 1983, Palm Beach County resident Fred Sandberg helped bring a ‘Wheelchair Accessible Heart Trail’ to John Prince Park. 35 years later, he helped PBC Parks make renovations and additions to the Wheelchair Course.
Watch Fred’s story to learn about the course, how it’s helped him, and how it continues to help the Palm Beach County community stay active and healthy.
The Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department offers countless opportunities to create and maintain bonds that help communities thrive and unite for good causes. In our more than 80 parks and recreation facilities, friendships are sparked through simple, every day encounters that bring together neighbors and communities. Regardless of age, gender, or ability, playtime is for everyone – so come explore, achieve and recharge in a PBC Park in or near your community!
The Office of Public Engagement created this 60-second public service announcement to portray the many community-building opportunities patrons have by visiting PBC Parks. The video includes original artwork and animation created by intern Carlos Duenas, Jr. with a voice over by Public Relations Specialist Bibi Baksh.
We make the quality of life for Palm Beach County residents and visitors better by providing diverse, safe and affordable recreation services, welcoming parks, and enriching social and cultural experiences. We achieve this by promoting wellness, fostering environmental stewardship, contributing economic value, and by improving our community every day for this and future generations.
For more opportunities for healthy, happy living, visit pbcParks.com.