National Get Outdoors Day
It is that time, the one time during the week when we think about the weekend. This time, WCCO This Morning found plenty of fun, and free activities, around town.
Minnesota’s 75 state parks are all offering free admission this coming Saturday to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. All of the state’s parks have special activities planned.
Saturday is also National Get Outdoors Day. Minnesota’s 75 state parks and recreation areas will all be open for free
Paddling enthusiasts are trying to get a huge number of canoes and kayaks onto the Minnesota River Saturday for National Get Outdoors Day. Alex Watson, a regional naturalist for the Department of Natural Resources, says the goal is to get people to paddle every navigable mile of the Minnesota River.
Jay Cooke State Park marks its upcoming 100th anniversary with a series of special events on Saturday.
Minnesota state parks will celebrate National Get Outdoors Day with free admission and family fun on Saturday. The Department of Natural Resources will waive the requirement for vehicle permits and provide free admission at all 75 Minnesota state parks and recreation areas on Saturday.
Looking for the best way to find all the Minnesota state parks that offer boat access, swimming beaches and drive-in campsites? Then look no further. The Department of Natural Resources has a new tool designed to do just that.
A new geocaching program centered on Minnesota bird life will begin on Saturday (National Get Outdoors Day), offering long-time and novice geocachers the chance to learn about native avian life and the challenge of finding new caches in state parks, the DNR said.
Minnesota’s state parks are offering free admission on Saturday to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day.
This Saturday, June 12, is National Get Outdoors Day. One thing we’re not short of here in Minnesota is ways to get outdoors, but in honor of the day, one of the best ways is even better on Saturday: the Minnesota DNR is waiving admission fees to its wonderful system of state parks. (This on the heels of the news that the state has sealed the deal to create a new, 3000-acre state park around Lake Vermilion!).