“Working together, this public-private partnership between community allies will create another way that citizens, especially seniors and those with disabilities, can enjoy the park and improve their health, BREC Foundation Executive Director Carl Stages said.
Baker Mayor Harold Rideau and BREC Superintendent Bill Palmer also gave brief talks.
The equipment is located beside the Baker Senior Center, 3334 Jefferson St., along the walking trail. Cost of construction was $47,000.
The BREC Foundation received donations for equipment and installation from Baker Charitable Foundation, ExxonMobil, Knights of Columbus Council 4085, Lane Regional Medical Center, Main Street Pilot Club, Mary Sue Stages APAC, North Ridge Care Center, Peoples Health and Walmart.
LifeTrail is an advanced wellness system designed to give adults the opportunity to promote their individual wellness, especially older adults and those with physical limitations.
User-friendly instructions on three activity panels at each of the seven stations keep workouts fun and challenging.
LifeTrail promotes better posture, improves balance and increases flexibility. It also increases strength and builds muscular endurance.
Results prove that adults are stronger and have more energy to complete the real-life activities that matter most to them.