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Missouri state parks encourage people to #OptOutside on Black Friday

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources posted pictures of a "two-headed" deer.
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources posted pictures of a "two-headed" deer.((Source: Stock image/Pixabay))
Published: Nov. 16, 2018 at 3:55 PM CST
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MISSOURI (KFVS) - Missouri State Parks is offering the outdoors as a healthy, carefree, natural alternative to the Black Friday crowds of holiday shoppers.

You can visit a state historic site and parks on Friday, November 23 and catch a free tour at a historic site.

Anyone who camps at one the parks or state historic site campgrounds on Black Friday will receive a coupon for a free night of camping for a future stay. The coupon will be issued to the campsite’s primary occupant and is good for one year.

For more information about Missouri State Parks' #OptOutside event and a full listing of state historic sites offering free tours, click here.

Missouri State Parks joined REI for the project.

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