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Governor Tim Walz today issued Executive Order, which expands allowable outdoor recreational activities. The changes will allow Minnesotans to continue to enjoy the outdoors close to home while following social distancing guidelines. Executive Order allows Minnesotans to engage in a range of activities, including golfing, boating, fishing, hunting, and hiking, as long as they follow new outdoor recreation guidelines. These guidelines include maintaining 6-foot social distancing, avoiding crowded areas, and staying close to home. The facilities that may reopen or remain open include: Bait shops for live bait, Outdoor shooting ranges and game farms, Public and private parks and trails, Golf courses and driving ranges, Boating and off-highway vehicle services, including: Marina services, Dock installation and other lake services, Boat and off-highway vehicle sales and repair, by appointment only. Campgrounds and dispersed camping, outdoor recreational equipment retail stores, recreational equipment rental, charter boats, launches, and guided fishing remain closed.

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