Every few years, the West Virginia legislature attempts to privatize state parks, officials say. This year, that attempt can be veiled in Senate Bill 485 – a complex bill that extends private leases from 25 to 50 years, removes all legislative scrutiny, as well as any restrictions on types ofRead More →

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Outdoor Recreation Council of BC has been advocating since its inception in 1976 for the consolidation of government responsibilities for parks, trails and recreational sites. Goldstream Provincial Park. Vancouver Sun Content of the article Outdoor enthusiasts have welcomed a provincial shakeup, announced in Tuesday’s budget,Read More →

All schools in Mumbai will resume normal operations, returning to pre-Covid schedules and 100% offline learning at full capacity, from March 2. While online classes will come to a complete halt, recess, extracurricular activities and even school buses will be permitted, according to a notification issued by the Brihanmumbai MunicipalRead More →

Clemson University Equips Quarterbacks With Custom Big Game Footballs By Dominique Massimino February 24, 2022 The Clemson University football team works with Big Game Football, a Dallas-based handcrafted soccer ball manufacturer, to provide game balls that specifically match team quarterback preferences. The company offers various configurations of the shape andRead More →

| Photo added MANDAUE CITY, Cebu – Outdoor activities such as paragliding, kayaking, scuba diving, mountaineering, trekking, horseback riding and refreshingly experiencing the rich sea and land destinations here are among the main attractions that Central Visayas has to offer during the International Travel Festival 2022 (ITF 2022) scheduled forRead More →

Lonely Planet has partnered with the San Juan-based travel community platea to provide comprehensive guides, curated lists and insider tips for your next trip to Puerto Rico. Stretching over a picturesque coastline and bathed in tropical sunshine all year round, San Juan has all the attributes of a city whereRead More →

Christopher Jensen is Merced’s new director of parks and recreation. Impressive future opportunities, steady growth, and building partnerships with individuals and organizations encourage Merced’s new Director of Parks and Recreation, Christopher Jensen. Jensen began his new duties on January 18; he oversees three full-time employees and two more to beRead More →

The wide open spaces attract people of all ages. The fresh air is hard to resist and the benefits of spending time outdoors are so many that it behooves everyone, including the elderly, to answer the call of nature. According to researchers from the United States Department of Agriculture ForestRead More →

BOSTON – JANUARY 01: Philadelphia Flyers Mike Richards #18 battles Boston Bruins Patrice Bergeron #37 early in the game during the 2010 Bridgestone Winter Classic at Fenway Park on January 1, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Boston Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 in overtime. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) OnRead More →

By Melissa Moore-Randall If you’re looking for a fun activity to keep your kids busy during these tough Covid times, look no further than the City of Revere Parks and Recreation Department. Revere Parks and Recreation provides Revere residents (children and adults) with year-round recreation programs, activities, and special events.Read More →

Many parks and recreation centers are going back to their roots by coming up with creative ideas to bring the community together again. Fun Flicks Outdoor Media has been at the center of this by offering significant discounts to parks and recreation centers when they choose them for their outdoorRead More →