COSA Get Outdoors Day Colorado – Early Bird Registration Ends March 31

Happy spring!

Please join outdoor agencies and partners in celebrating the 11th annual National Get Outdoors Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 9, on the north shore of Sloan’s Lake Park in Denver, CO.

Booth registration for National Get Outdoors Day is in full swing – don’t miss out on Early Bird registration, which ends on March 31st. On April 1st, the registration fee goes up to $75.

If you have questions regarding booth registration, please contact Claire Finn at claire_finn.

This fun, family event is FREE and open to all ages and abilities. We’ll host youth fishing classes, paddling activities, live music, rock climbing, bike riding, and much more. Kids will also have the opportunity to earn their Junior Ranger Badge from the National Park Service and United States Forest Service. This event focuses on supporting healthy lifestyle choices, nature-based outdoor activities, education, and programs/organizations that provide ongoing opportunities for people to connect to the outdoors.

This event is made possible each year thanks to the support from our volunteers who help with everything like setup, serve as information guides, assist photographers and videographers as they capture the fun, assist with stage activities, teach kids to fish, and more! To join the fun as a volunteer, please contact: Elizabeth Williams at elizabeth

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Take Care,
Vanessa Lacayo
Public Affairs Specialist
National Park Service
Intermountain Regional Office
Office of Communications and Legislation
Office: (303) 969-2062