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Get Healthy Kewaunee County

Get Healthy Kewaunee County

The "Get Healthy Kewaunee County" Workgroup aims to help Kewaunee County residents stay active.
Physical activity is an important aspect of health and wellness.

Please click the picture to view our booklet of activities in Kewaunee County.

10,000 steps a day: Too low? Too high?

When you're counting your daily steps, are 10,000 enough for you — or maybe too many?
Learn how walking can help improve your health and how to set the right goal.

Weekly Community
Walking Groups

Looking for someone to walk with?
Need to get in shape?
Want to meet new people?
Need a way to reduce stress?
Join us for a community walk each week.

We will be offering FREE community walks in Algoma, Kewaunee and Luxemburg starting in May.
Each walk will last approximately one hour.
You can walk at your own pace and as far as you would like to go.

Bring a friend, family member or pet.
Got a little one in a stroller…bring them along. All are welcome!

2021 Start Date to be shared. Please check back for more information.

Remember to Visit Kewaunee County Parks & Trails for Physical Fitness!

Annual Local Events:
Casco 5K/10K Run – 5K Walk
Dairy Days Dash 5K - Facebook Page
Lakeshore Firecracker 5K
Crown and Sash Dash 5K Run/Walk - Facebook Page
Shanty Days 5K - Facebook Page

Search Running Events by Location:

Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

Get tips on appropriate workouts for all ages by visiting the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website.
Links to Other Resources:
Family Fitness

What is a Healthy Eating Lifestyle?

Healthy eating means eating a variety of foods that gives your body the nutrition it needs to maintain a healthy weight, feel good, and have energy to perform daily tasks. These nutrients include protein, carbohydrates, fats, water, vitamins, and minerals.

Calories are an important number to know to stay healthy. 

The amount of calories you need each day depends on:
  • Your age
  • Your gender
  • How active you are