Numerous studies have shown that children who participate in outdoor recreational activities are healthier, do better in school, have better social skills and self-image, and lead more fulfilled lives.
Every child in California should, by the end of their 14th year, have the opportunity to experience each of the activities listed within the California Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights.
Outdoor Bill of Rights: Every Kid's Life List
The California Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights believes that every child should have the right to:
Play in a safe place
Learn to swim
Follow a trail
Camp under the stars
Ride a bike
Connect with the past
Plant a seed