Lily Trotters is proud to be a part of the #GetOutAndGO project, a 40-day virtual tour of the US celebrating America’s outdoors.
We partnered with The Dyrt to create a campaign that celebrates the incredible outdoor space around all of us -- from our back yards to a short drive away. Every day, we’re highlighting a different stop and a new brand is giving away a different prize to celebrate.
Everyone knows about Yosemite and other major National Parks, but too often we overlook the parks closer to home.
“Ken Bird Park? It’s nice but it’s no Yellowstone…” While this may be true, it’s important to recognize: our public parks and our access to great outdoor spaces is both incredible and incredibly valuable.
America's outdoor spaces give us the opportunity to relax, refresh, breathe deeply, and pursue our outdoor passions.
We hope you’ll join us in celebrating America’s outdoors, appreciating the spaces we have to enjoy close to home, and seeing all the incredible places we have -- from sea to shining sea.
The road trip is well underway, but it’s a great opportunity to focus for a moment and appreciate what we have.
Journey with us at thedyrt.com/GO, scroll through our past stops, and come back for what's to come!
Cover image from The Dyrt camper Darrin L.
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