Find Your Next

 

Adventure

Connect with the Organizations That Protect and Manage Your Favorite Outdoor Places

Know Before You Go

Check alerts and posts beforehand to get the latest information about closures, status, and conditions.
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Attend an Event

Connect to your local outdoor community. Volunteer, enter challenges, or attend a group activity near you.

Download on the App Store or Google Play today.

How It Works

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Parks and recreation owner, manager, and partner organizations use OuterSpatial to publish their parks and recreation information into the app.
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Visitors of outdoor places find new adventures. In return, they share information about their experiences — such as photos, hazards, and survey responses.
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OuterSpatial shares that information with its partner organizations to help them make the best decisions possible as they work to improve your favorite parks and trails.

Interested in joining OuterSpatial?

For Organizations

Used by the World’s Best Parks and Recreation Organizations

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