LINCOLN, Neb. — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is challenging outdoor enthusiasts in 2021 to explore the diverse state park system in honor of the parks’ centennial through the Your Parks Adventure challenge.
Starting June 1, participants who visit any state parks or recreation areas, snap a photo at a designated station, and submit it and their story online are eligible to win prizes.
Designated selfie stations will be at 100 sites among Game and Parks’ 76 state park, state historical park and state recreation areas. Participants may be required to walk or explore in order to find the stations.
Only those who visit Chadron State Park, Victoria Springs State Recreation Area, Arbor Lodge State Historical Park and Danish Alps State Recreation Area will be entered for a chance to win the grand prize Forest River RV Patriot Edition 14cc camper from AC Nelsen RV World.
Submissions should be made at YourNebraskaParks100.org/YourParksAdventure. The contest ends Nov. 30, 2021.
“We invite park-goers to visit and explore parks they may have not been to before when they take part in the Your Parks Adventure challenge. Each visit to a selfie station is an opportunity to capture a memory and share it with us for a chance to win great prizes – including the grand prize camper from AC Nelsen RV World,” said Parks Administrator Jim Swenson. “Our parks team eagerly awaits welcoming guests to our state parks and recreation areas.”
Each photo entry from a unique selfie station qualifies for a monthly prize drawing. All participants who submit a photo and story will receive a commemorative parks centennial sticker, and those participants who complete the grand prize challenge also will receive a limited-edition commemorative challenge coin.
A Nebraska State Park Entry permit is required; buy one or learn more about the challenge at YourNebraskaParks100.org.
Those who complete the grand prize challenge will be entered to win this Forest River RV Patriot Edition 14cc from AC Nelsen RV World. | Nebraskaland, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission