The Department of Parks and Recreation invites you to visit the QR FIT Trail at Tucker Road Athletic Complex and Watkins Regional Park for a workout that combines the outdoors and technology. The QR FIT Trail can help improve your fitness through self-directed exercise outdoors.
Explore the trails and improve your fitness level using only your phone! QR FIT combines fitness and technology to provide you with a new way to exercise while spending time outside. Along the trail, you will find QR FIT Trail signs that you can scan for exercises to do right on the spot. Depending on your goals for the day, you can choose between core, flexibility, upper body, and lower body exercises or choose to do a combination of all four! Scan all 5 signs along the trail to create your own personalized workout for the day.
Enjoy the benefits of physical activity and spending time outdoors using QR FIT, regardless of your fitness levels and goals!
REDUCE stress by spending time outdoors
INCREASE muscle strength and bone density with upper and lower body exercises
IMPROVE stamina and longevity with core and flexibility training
LEARN new exercises and ways to exercise by creating your own workout
Tucker Road Athletic Complex 1770 Tucker Road, Fort Washington, 20744 Park Hours: Dawn-Dusk Trail Length: 0.9 miles
Watkins Regional Park 301 Watkins Park Drive, Upper Marlboro, 20774 Park Hours: Dawn-Dusk Trail Length: 1-3 miles
How to Use QR FIT Trail:
Download a FREE QR Code reader app on your smartphone.
Using your smartphone, scan the QR FIT code that is on the trail’s welcome sign.
Walk to the next sign on the trail to begin your workout.
Using your smartphone, scan the QR FIT code that corresponds with the workout that you would like.
The Department of Parks and Recreation encourages and support the participation of individuals with disabilities. Register at least a minimum of two weeks in advance of the program start date to request and receive disability accommodations. TTY (Text Telephone) for customers who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech disability 301-699-2544.