Daily Deal: National forests waive fee for Saturday’s Get Outdoors Day – Los Angeles Times

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Daily Deal: National forests waive fee for Saturday's Get Outdoors Day
Los Angeles Times
Local hikers and outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of the day by trekking to the waterfalls at Chantry Flat above Sierra Madre or tackling a tough climb up Mt. Baldy or other high points in the Baldy area -- without having to buy or display an ...
SCV residents invited to get outdoors todaySanta Clarita Valley Signal
Virginia Parks Holding Special Events for 'National Get Outdoors Day'WSET
Forest Service celebrates National Get Outdoors Day on SaturdayThe Daily Citizen
Santa Barbara Independent

DNR website encourages Minnesota kids to get outdoors – Pioneer Press

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DNR website encourages Minnesota kids to get outdoors
Pioneer Press
As Minnesota schools let out for the summer, the Department of Natural Resources has launched a new website to encourage them to spend their vacation outdoors. "Get Out Minnesota" is a new Legacy Amendment-funded website aimed at kids ages 5 ...
DNR launches Legacy-funded website for kids to encourage getting outdoors ...Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch
DNR website encourages kids to get outdoorsIn-Forum

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Boating, outdoors retailers see traffic upswing as summer nears – Sun-Sentinel

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Boating, outdoors retailers see traffic upswing as summer nears
Sun-Sentinel
With the official start to summer just two weeks away, retailers that cater to the boating, fishing and watersports lifestyle are starting to see increased foot traffic as South Floridians gear up for fun time outdoors. Many stores are also offering ...

National Get Outdoors Day set for Saturday at Kincaid, Valentine lakes – Alexandria Town Talk

National Get Outdoors Day set for Saturday at Kincaid, Valentine lakes
Alexandria Town Talk
“National Get Outdoors Day is a perfect opportunity for Central Louisiana families to come and explore the great outdoors right in their own backyard,” said Jennifer Heisey, a natural resources specialist with Kisatchie National Forest. “And it's all free!