Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are asking the public to properly dispose of their pumpkins after hosting Halloween and fall-related festivities to avoid negative impacts on wildlife and the environment. Shane Morris/Town of Silverthorne As Halloween draws to a close, wildlife managers are asking the public to remember to removeRead More →

SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – The Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking a volunteer to serve on the Oregon Outdoor Recreation Committee, to represent tribal governments or the interests of a historically underprivileged community. represented. The OORC assesses, scores and ranks project applications seeking financial assistance from the LandRead More →

After being locked down for the past two years due to the global pandemic, families are eager to get out and enjoy the fall season. And what better way to get some fresh air and capture those great views of the fall foliage than to visit local parks. But knowingRead More →

The athletes competed in a friendly competition Friday on the first day of the 2022 Special Olympics Missouri Outdoor State Games, but that didn’t mean there wasn’t a bit of chatter going on. St. Louis-area Josh Landwehr and Joshua Warren said they’ve been challenging each other in the sport forRead More →

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A judge has barred enforcement of an executive order signed by Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney last week banning firearms and lethal weapons from indoor and outdoor recreational spaces in the city, including parks, basketball courts and swimming pools. Common Pleas Judge Joshua Roberts on Monday ordered Philadelphia’sRead More →

After years of hitting the streets and navigating your city, it may seem like nothing can excite you anymore. You are wrong, a world of adventure awaits you. If you are ready to explore your city and this beautiful country, you will find a thrilling, adrenaline-filled, action-packed adventure at everyRead More →