What is National Get Outdoors Day?

Started in 2008, this day is intended to inspire and motivate Americans to get outside for a “healthy, fun day of outdoor adventure”. While the original website has since been taken down, the day itself has taken off. Parks across the nation continue to celebrate each year.

Saturday, June 12, 2021


15 Ways to Celebrate National Get Outdoors Day

Go For a Hike-Take Your Pup to the Dog Park-Visit a National or State Park Volunteer-Plant a Garden-Learn a New Skill-Exercise Outdoors-Go Geocaching Go for a Picnic-Go Camping-Support a Local Sports Team-Go Stargazing-Visit your Local Farmers Market-Watch Wildlife-Check for Local Celebrations.



Milwaukee has miles of bike trail both paved and unpaved.  Check out the Oak Leaf Trail.


Hike the Milwaukee River corridor and see the history of the area. 


Ever wonder what it would be like to rock climb or rappel off a bridge?


Enjoy a short leisurely paddle down the Milwaukee, Menomonee or Kinnickinnic River.