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Visiting State College

Families will find kid-friendly activities in State College, and visitors give high marks for the college vibe, fun sporting events, and top-notch restaurants. This city also attracts tourists with its live music, shopping, and bars. A top sight in the city is Bryce Jordan Center.

  • There are 104 hotels and other accommodations in State College
  • The closest major airport is in State College, PA (SCE-University Park), 4 mi (6.4 km) from the city center
  • The next closest is in Altoona, PA (AOO-Blair County), 42.2 mi (67.9 km) away

Sightseeing and Staying in State College

The city is well known for its live music and theaters, and cultural venues include Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania Military Museum, and Rowland Theatre. The city is notable for landmarks like Woodward Cave, Boal Mansion Museum, and American Philatelic Center. The city’s natural beauty is on display at Penn’s Cave, Bald Eagle

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State Parks

COVID-19 Response Alerts for State Park and State Forest Facilities

If you want to explore Pennsylvania’s great outdoors, you’ve come to the right place. DCNR’s Bureau of State Parks manages 300,000 acres for these popular
outdoor recreation activities and more:

Pennsylvania state parks do not charge an entrance fee.

State Park Reservations

Make
online reservations or call toll-free
888-PA-PARKS (888-727-2757), 7:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Monday to Saturday, for state park information and reservations, or email us your postal address for an information packet.

Penn’s Parks for All

A series of surveys was conducted by Penn State in 2017 and 2018 to assess the attitudes and opinions of Pennsylvania state park visitors and the public regarding key issues affecting the future of the state parks.

The results of these surveys will help inform the Penn’s Parks for All
strategic plan — guiding DCNR’s work for the next 25

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Recreational Dispensaries Near Me & Marijuana Laws by State

Some form of CBD law has passed, but other forms of marijuana remain illegal. Recreational marijuana has been legalized! If you’re over 21, find a shop, make a purchase, and enjoy the brave new world of legal cannabis! Medical marijuana has been legalized, but recreational cannabis is not yet legal. The Arizona Marijuana Legalization Initiative failed to legalize recreational cannabis on November 8th, 2016. Medical Marijuana has been legalized in the state, but recreational cannabis is still illegal. Medical and Recreational marijuana have been legalized in California! If you’re over 21, find a shop, make a purchase, and enjoy the brave new world of legal cannabis! Recreational marijuana has been legalized! If you’re over 21, find a shop, make a purchase, and enjoy the brave new world of legal cannabis! Medical marijuana has been legalized, but recreational cannabis is not yet legal Medical marijuana has been legalized, but recreational cannabis
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Virginia State Parks Adventure Series

COVID-19 update: All Virginia State Parks are open for day-use activities. Please take a moment to read this important park update.

Last Update: April 8, 2020

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Presented by Appalachian Power

Welcome to the most innovative race series in Virginia sports, the Virginia State Parks Adventure Series! Featuring more races than ever before, the series is comprised of a wide ranging selection of competitive events in Virginia State Parks. Events include adventure races, running events, mountain bike races, cyclocross races, adventure triathlons, sprint triathlons and duathlons. Our unique scoring system is based on difficulty, length and finishing place of each event and offers several ways to win including both point totals and number and type of events completed.

2020 Adventure Series Calendar

Scoring

Each race will be assigned a maximum available number of points based on difficulty and length then assigned to one of the tiers below.

  • Level I, 100
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Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area

The Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area has become a top destination for adventure seekers throughout North Dakota and the surrounding states. The Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area encompasses over 2,800 acres of public land in the Pembina River Gorge. With steep valley cliffs towering over small, isolated prairies and pocketed wetlands surrounded by the largest continuous, undisturbed forest in North Dakota, its stunning beauty is simply unmatched. With over 30 miles of trails, the Pembina Gorge provides visitors with an exceptional outdoor experience. The trails at the Pembina Gorge are open to horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and off-highway vehicles (OHV). 
 

Trail Information: 

In order to maintain a safe & sustainable trail system, we close the trails following a significant rain event to allow the water time to shed off the trail. By doing this, rutting is minimized on the tread and it takes less time for the trails

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Recreation Center | Cleveland State University


REC CENTER CLOSURE NOTICE

As the COVID-19 situation develops and circumstances continue to quickly evolve, we want to reassure you that the health and well-being of our members, guests, and visitors is our top priority. With this in mind, and following direction from the university, the CSU Recreation Center has suspended operations as of March 15th. This includes the cessation of all programs, services, sport clubs, events and facility access. Click here for more information…
 


What Is Campus Recreation at CSU?

Fit and Fun for All – Get Involved!

Campus recreation is more than just exercise. CSU Campus Recreation Services is dedicated to providing an inclusive and comprehensive collection of programs and services that promote health, wellness, and leisure. We encourage anyone AND everyone to participate, regardless of skill, ability, age or any other factor. We’re proud of what we do and the supportive atmosphere we foster. Learn more about

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Recreational Services | Kansas State University

                 Facility Hours       Fitness Schedule      Forms

UPDATE:

ALL of our Facilities will remain CLOSED through the end of July.  Further information will be announced on our website as it becomes available.

  • Intramural fields and the outdoor recreation area will be closed until further notice. 
  • All rental reservations during this time period will be canceled.

For complete information regarding the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic visit the university’s website HERE. 

Intramural EsportsIntramural ESports Tournament

Join the NBA 2K Intramural Tournament. The tournament starts Wednesday, April 22. 

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

 

 

 

Virtual Fit 100 ChallengeVirtual Fit 100 Challenge

April 12-May 9

Complete fitness activities and earn points towards prizes. Complete Details

 

 

 

Zoom Group FitnessZOOM Group Fitness Classes

Join us Monday, Wednesday, Friday for virtual Group Fitness classes.

Complete schedule

 

 

T-shirt contest

Intramural T-Shirt Design Contest

Help us celebrate 100 years of Intramurals at Kansas State University by creating our Intramural Champion t-shirt design. 

For complete details, CLICK HERE. 
Extended Deadline: All submissions are due by May

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Portland State Campus Rec | Outdoor Program

Outdoor Trips | Equipment Rental | Climbing Center | Become a Trip Leader | FAQs

Decorative Text: "Portland State Outdoor Program - 1966-2016. 50 years of student-led adventure.

Since 1966, the Outdoor Program has been helping PSU students access and enjoy the outdoors. Whether you want a day of exploration and adventure or to learn a new outdoor skill, come join the ODP in exploring the wild side of Oregon.

Location

505 SW Harrison Street 
Portland, Oregon 97201
(SW 5th and Harrison) 
Map

Hours : Winter Term
M – F | 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Phone : 503.725.5668
Email : odp@pdx.edu

Upcoming Closures

  • The Rec Center facility is closed until further notice. This includes the Climbing Center, Outdoor Program office, and Equipment Rental Center.

Upcoming Events

All Campus Rec programs and events are canceled until further notice. 

 

Equipment Rental Center

Need gear to get outside? We’ve got it ready for you at prices you can afford.  Take advantage of your student fees

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PROHIBITION ON STATE-FUNDED AND STATE-SPONSORED TRAVEL TO STATES WITH DISCRIMINATORY LAWS (ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 1887) | State of California – Department of Justice

In AB 1887, the California Legislature determined that “California must take action to avoid supporting or financing discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.” (Gov. Code, § 11139.8, subd. (a)(5).) To that end, AB 1887 prohibits a state agency, department, board, or commission from requiring any state employees, officers, or members to travel to a state that, after June 26, 2015, has enacted a law that (1) has the effect of voiding or repealing existing state or local protections against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; (2) authorizes or requires discrimination against same-sex couples or their families or on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; or (3) creates an exemption to antidiscrimination laws in order to permit discrimination against same-sex couples or their families or on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. (Gov. Code, §

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Deschutes River State Recreation Area

Campground Information

A Loop (open year-round; but first-come-first-serve Nov. 1st – mid-April)

  • 34 electrical sites with water for RV or tent camping (water shut off in the winter)
  • Flush toilets & hot showers (closed in winter)
  • Paved parking pads 

B Loop (closed in winter)

  • 14 primitive RV/tent sites
  • Vault toilets & potable water nearby

G Loop (closed in winter)

  • 4 reservable primitive RV/tent camping areas
  • Group areas accommodate up to five RVs or tents for up to 25 people
  • Vault toilets & potable water nearby

T Loop (closed in winter)

  • 11 primitive sites for tents & small RVs (maximum combined length of 24 feet)
  • Vault toilets & potable water nearby

The Deschutes River State Recreation Area is a tree-shaded, overnight oasis for campers. The sparkle-laden, swift, green rush of the Deschutes converges with the Columbia here, & there’s no better place for family outing activities like hiking, mountain biking, camping,

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