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Duluth plans scavenger hunt for National Get Outdoors Day on Saturday

Updated: June 11, 2021 08:58 PM
Created: June 11, 2021 06:31 PM

With a great weather this weekend, what better way to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day on Saturday than visiting Duluth’s parks?

That's what's in store Saturday with a scavenger hunt organized by Duluth’s Parks and Recreation Department and Leadership Duluth. 
Now here's the challenge, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, participants have four hours to visit four parks across Duluth and pick up their scavenger hunt passports. 

The faster you complete visiting all the parks the more likely you can win a prize, but city staff are just encouraging everyone to enjoy the outdoors.

“National Get Outdoors Day falls really well with the changing of the weather and the end of the school year so we're just really happy to get people out into our park spaces and to experience them in a different way,” said Duluth Recreation Specialist Megan Lidd. 

The four parks for the scavenger hunt tomorrow include: Kingsbury Creek Park, Quarry Park, Chester Bowl, and the Hartley Nature Center.

More information on the scavenger hunt is available on the city of Duluth’s website.

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