If you can, avoid being in the sun during the hottest part of the day, usually between 2-4:30 p.m.
Phil Hardberger Park doesn't close until sunset, so make use of the longer days and come check out the park in the evening.
Hydrate! Bring water and drink plenty of it. There are no water fountains on the trails, so make sure you have some for you, and your pup's if you have some. It's hot for them too!
Don't like water? Try infusion waters and pack plenty of water-filled fruits to snack on. Grapes are an easily packed snack that will give you a hydration boost.
Wear light colored, loose fitting clothes. They will keep you cool.
Spritz! Keep a water spray bottle handy and Spritz your skin, evaporation cools the body. You can even add a few drops of peppermint oil to the water to increase the cooling sensation. They even make cooling towels now that you can wear around your neck to stay cool
Sit in the shade! There are many shaded spots in Phil Hardberger Park to stop and cool down. Take advantage of shade as often as you can.
Wear sunscreen. Nothing is worse than being hot AND sunburnt.
Bring a fan! There are many battery operated personal fans out there. But don't forget about simple, easy to carry paper fold up fans. You won't need to remember to charge it to get cool - one less thing to worry about.