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Tips for an Active Outdoor Fall Season

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Published on September 17, 2019 with No Comments

By StatePoint

Whether you’re a sports enthusiast or a nature lover, you are likely going to be taking full advantage of the great fall weather by getting outdoors this season. Before heading out, consider the following tips to make the most of your time.

Get a Head Start

Heading afar for your outdoor trek? Remember that leaf peepers, weekend warriors and day trippers are all going to be out on those same roads with you, so get a good early morning start to take full advantage of the waning daylight hours. Depending on the length of your journey, you may want to pack some food and beverages for the car to avoid stops and get to your destination sooner.

Gear Up

Durable, water-resistant wearable tech can help you make the most of your experiences.

Treat it Like a Workout

Remember that active time spent outdoors is like any other workout. Hydration is key, as is a proper warm up and cool down. Be sure to do a dynamic stretch routine before getting started and long static stretches before climbing back in the car. Stay fueled and encourage muscle repair with easy-to-pack foods that are nutritious, protein-rich and easy to digest, particularly if you plan to engage in any rigorous activity.

Don’t let fall pass you by without getting outdoors to enjoy the season. A few simple strategies can help you make more of your time.

Top spots for Hoosiers to witness changing of fall foliage

Who doesn’t love fall with its football, fun, and foliage? The changing of colors of leaves may be among the most under-rated features of this state.

So where can you go to find the most beautiful leaf displays? Here, according to visitindiana.com, are the top 10 spots selected for fall foliage.

1. Brown County State Park
1810 State Road 46 East
Nashville, IN 47448
812-988-6406

2.Indiana Dunes State Park
1600 N. 25 East
Chesterton, IN 46304
219-395-18823

3.Clifty Falls State Park
1650 Clifty Hollow Rd
Madison, IN 47250
812-265-4135

 

4.Turkey Run State Park
8121 Park Rd
Marshall, IN 47859
765-597-26355

5. Indiana University
107 S Indiana Ave
Bloomington, IN 47405
812-855-48486

6. eXplore Brown County
2620 Valley Branch Rd
Nashville, IN 47448
812-988-7750

 

7. Spring Mill State Park
3333 State Road 60 E
Mitchell, IN 47446
812-849-3534

 

 8. West Beach
376 North County Line Road
Gary, IN 46403
219-926-7561

 

 9. McCloud Nature Park
8518 Hughes Rd
North Salem, IN 46165
765-676-5437

 

 10. University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556
574-631-5000

 

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