Author Archives: Robert Caston

Robert Caston
Robert Caston oversees Content Marketing for The Park Catalog. Robert earned a degree in journalism and worked as a reporter for several newspapers. He is a connoisseur of fresh air and loves photographing nature whether he’s hanging out in a national park or a park down the street. With a passion for the outdoors, he is a strong advocate of green spaces and getting people out of the house. His favorite parks are the spectacular Grand Teton National Park in northwest Wyoming and the incredible Twin Rivers Park in Stuart, Fla.

How A Double-Decker Bike Rack Adds More Bicycles In Small, Storage Areas For Condos And Apartment Buildings

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A double-decker bike rack in a bike storage room is becoming a more popular choice as building managers realize providing secure bicycle parking can be a great amenity to promote. Take the Beau View Condos in Biloxi, MS, for example. This beautiful 112-unit luxury high-rise condominium is located on the Gulf of Mexico with access to sandy white beaches, incredible sunsets, ... Read More »

Bike Repair Station And Outdoor Bike Racks Enhance Cycling In Washington Town Courtesy Of Local Rotary Club

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    A Bike Repair Station can literally provide the tools a community or club might need to promote bicycling in their town. It’s the old adage, “Build it and they will come.” In the case of cycling, build a bicycle infrastructure and cyclists will use it. And local residents will tend to consider using their bikes to get around ... Read More »

Dog Parks Included In Criteria For Top Cities With Parks As Ranked By The Trust For Public Land

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When we think of parks we tend to think of people but since nearly 70% of the population owns pets, we should probably think of dog parks and our canine friends as well. In fact, that’s what the Trust for Public Land did when they created their popular ParkScore feature. ParkScore is a metric that determines how well a city provides ... Read More »