BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Parks and Recreation (NDPRD) and the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (NDDPI) are thrilled to announce a partnership designed to expand, enhance and support learning opportunities in outdoors for all public, private, and home-schooled students in North Dakota. September 2024. This partnershipRead More →

With so many of our must-do summer activities revised or canceled due to COVID-19, families will be spending more time with their loved ones than ever before. We know staying indoors is the best way to protect yourself (and others) from the coronavirus, but what do you do when you’reRead 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 →

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 →

JAMESTOWN, ND (NewsDakota.com) – As winter looks set to last, Jamestown Parks & Recreation is excited about the opportunities they can offer and provide to the area at this time. Director Amy Walters says work has begun to establish the schedule of events during Cabin Fever Days in February. https://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/1065/2022/01/14132619/Walters.mp3Read More →

Groups can embark on water excursions, nature hikes and garden tours. Boasting a diverse topography and natural wonders, Wisconsin offers plenty of outdoor activities for an outdoor adventure. The state’s varied environments include Lake Michigan’s expansive coastline, kettle moraine landscapes along the Mississippi River, and lush forests interspersed with streamsRead More →

Wherever you are in Freiburg, you can feel the attraction of the mountains and the forest. The southern German city, a beacon of progress and sustainability, exudes an energetic vibe that runs through cobblestone and historic streets ‘Bächle’ gutters. The entourage Schwarzwald (Black Forest) draws you into its enchanting trails,Read More →

Parks and Recreation project managers Angie Sims (left, Most Innovative Marketing Strategy) and Sarah O’Reilly (Best New Environmental Sustainability) coordinated the award-winning projects. (Courtesy of James City County) JAMES TOWN COUNTY – James City County Parks and Recreation won two awards at the annual conference of the Virginia Recreation &Read More →

According to an announcement by Governor David Ige, travelers from outside the United States will once again be able to visit Hawaii after the new federal guidelines come into effect on Monday, November 8. In a separate statement, the governor provided information on indoor and outdoor gathering rules. A reportRead More →

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – On November 12, the governor will drop all COVID restrictions on outdoor activities at restaurants, bars and gyms. But the social distancing rules inside will remain in place. Governor David Ige made the announcement at a press conference on Tuesday, saying outdoor activities remain a safer option.Read More →

Davis businesses and events have a huge impact in attracting tourism to Yolo County, which is essential for the hundreds of business owners who depend on the extra income provided by out of town customers. “When the pandemic started and we saw everything shut down, we were definitely hit,” saidRead More →

From restaurants to museums to markets, these outdoor activities might surprise you Ready to dive back into international travel? With our priorities revolving around outdoor activities, Paris’s flower-filled parks, vibrant street art, and cozy alfresco dining are appropriate for this time. Famous monuments like the Arc de Triomphe and theRead More →

CARSON – Los Angeles County officials have been working together since October 6 to investigate and address the pungent odor affecting communities in the Dominguez Canal area in the city of Carson. A multi-agency response, including the county’s public works, public health, fire and emergency management departments, as well asRead More →

LEWISTON — The Lewiston School Board voted 7-1 Monday night to change outdoor quarantine rules in response to appeals from members of the Lewiston High School field hockey team and their parents. During public comments, field hockey teammates Savannah Connor-Schade, Jasmine Connor-Schade, Taylor Melvin, Madison Freeman and Calezia Dow andRead More →

We are retired and currently live in North Georgia. We’re looking to get around 30-40 minutes from the beach, preferably near family in Southern Virginia or the Tampa area. We love hot weather, little traffic, and lots of outdoor activities and social groups. We also prefer to live in orRead More →

Syracuse, NY – Syracuse University has called off all pre-game outdoor activities before the Orange faces Clemson tonight due to bad weather. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for southwestern Onondaga County. The warning is in place until 5:30 p.m., and severe weather is expected to impactRead More →

Built along rolling hills and a lazy river, Cincinnati promises urban adventures for everyone. The Queen’s City has some of the best parks in the country, and it’s a key hub for Ohio’s ever-expanding trail system. Cincinnati is the starting point of the epic Ohio-Erie Multi-Use Trail, connecting Cincinnati toRead More →

Talkin Adventures (+ 44-1697-508295), a Talkin Tarn-based outdoor adventure provider, offers Haltwhistle customers an updated range of outdoor water activities and services. Brampton, UK – August 31, 2021 / NewsNetwork / – The latest offering from Talkin Adventures is a collection of days and outdoor activities on and around TalkinRead More →

STATEN ISLAND, NY – A weekly event in Stapleton brings the neighborhood together by providing crucial resources to residents and empowering local youth to get involved in their community. This summer, the Staten Island Justice Center, in conjunction with various other community organizations, is hosting Hill Street Thursdays, offering freeRead More →

SAN FRANCISCO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Now, as summer is in full swing, UserTesting, a leading provider of on-demand human analytics, has conducted research to examine the outdoor activities that adult men and women participate in at the United States, how far are they willing to travel to pursue theirRead More →

Although calmer than usual during the COVID-19 pandemic, Norman remains more eager than ever to make himself a place of intrigue for his residents and tourists, already getting back on his feet with festivals, community events and new businesses opening their doors. But once Norman returns to a certain levelRead More →

Content of the article Persistent poor air quality in the Edmonton area due to smoke from forest fires has resulted in the cancellation of several outdoor activities as a special air quality statement remains in effect. Content of the article Air quality in Edmonton was considered high risk Monday afternoon,Read More →

From the Victoria Carter group With the arrival of sunny days and warmer weather, New Jersey residents can begin to enjoy the outdoors. Our state offers many unique attractions–from sculpture gardens with rich greenery to historical open-air museums–where families can venture out for a day trip. Many of these placesRead More →

Terrace bars and restaurants in Ottawa will be allowed to reopen on Friday as Ontario begins to ease restrictions on retail operations and outdoor activities three days earlier than originally planned, the government said on Monday. provincial. The province highlighted increasing immunization rates and continued improvement in “key indicators” suchRead More →

Smiling child playing in summer park By Lyndsey Frey Amy Chand, exercise physiologist for Akron Children’s Healthy and active life program, says that getting kids active and outdoors isn’t just a great way to reverse those frowns, it’s important for their health, too. “Children are naturally drawn to physical playRead More →

New York expands its outdoor activities with the Open Boulevards initiative tetiana.photographer via Shutterstock To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/962388/new-york-expands-activities-across-the-streetscape-with-open-boulevards-initiative Earlier this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the launch of the Open Boulevards program, an initiative that would temporarily shut offRead More →

TORONTO — Ontario has announced a three-stage plan to reopen the province, starting with outdoor recreational facilities, as it gradually prepares to ease pandemic restrictions. From May 22, outdoor leisure facilities – such as golf courses and tennis courts – will be allowed to reopen, the government has announced. TheRead More →

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) – The CDC announced this week that it is relaxing mask-wearing guidelines for those who have been fully vaccinated. With that, more people are enjoying outdoor activities, including baseball this summer, and outdoor dining at places around town. Earlier this week, US health officials announced theyRead More →

Texas’ second largest city is known for its festive River Walk, historic Spanish-style missions, and delicious Tex-Mex food (especially breakfast tacos). And while home to 1.5 million friendly Texans, this South Texas urban destination offers plenty of parks, green spaces, and other outdoor activities to enjoy in its mild climateRead More →

Relaxing restrictions to allow certain outdoor activities, including alfresco dining and fitness classes, for gray zone areas is something Premier Doug Ford says he would “absolutely.” in favor of doing so provided the medical officers of health and mayors consent to it. Speaking at a press conference in Hamilton onRead More →

For many people, the summer of 2020 has been unlike any other in recent memory. Public health restrictions caused by the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic have resulted in the cancellation of festivals, concerts and other events. Many holidays and major celebrations have been limited or suspended. Despite the changesRead More →

Playing in the mud, making garlands and climbing trees are simple pleasures that have defined childhood for generations. But these youthful activities seem to be disappearing as an increasing number of children play video games instead. Dozens of outdoor activities that were almost universally enjoyed a generation ago are fallingRead More →