High Five for Getting Outside in Charlotte

Charlotte's Gotta a LotCharlotte comes alive in the springtime. Locals flock to favorite outdoor spots like Freedom Park to enjoy a picnic while watching bikers pedal along the trails or to the U.S. National Whitewater Center to sip a beer while adventurers carve up the rapids. What fun is standing on the sidelines as a spectator, though? Isn’t the real excitement found in the heat of the action? Here are five ways to get you active and outdoors this spring! Aloha Paddle and Surf Aloha Paddle and Surf in Cornelius is Charlotte’s source for all things standup paddleboarding. Not only does Aloha rent and sell SUP boards, it also offers SUP yoga sessions, races and beginner SUP classes. However, the most fun might be had with Full Moon and Night Paddle Excursions, complete with LED-lit boards ($65 admission includes your board)! Booty Loop in Myers Park No, The Booty Loop in Charlotte’s Myers Park neighborhood is not just for a 24-hour relay race with a somewhat inappropriate name. Bikers, joggers, walkers,

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