Interactive ‘Super Outdoor Expo’ to highlight local, state and federal recreation opportunities
FORT WORTH, Texas – In conjunction with Super Bowl XLV, several local, state and federal agencies have partnered with the US Army Corps of Engineers to provide a free opportunity for the public to experience: fishing, shooting sports, archery, live reptiles, dino-dig kids corner, camping demonstrations and Mountain Biking. Participants can learn about wildlife, migratory birds, state record fish, hydropower, disaster response, water resources and flood risk management, careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and much more.
The three-day ‘Super Outdoor Expo’ will be held Feb. 3-5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at West 7th Street and the Trinity River (duck pond) near downtown Fort Worth. The Expo is open and free to the public and will provide area residents and visitors an opportunity to discover outdoor activities and programs available in the area. Partners include Fort Worth Parks and Community Services, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Army, and Our Lands and Waters Foundation.
The State of Texas has numerous parks, lakes, rivers, and other outdoor venues, and all the partners want to encourage everyone to safely enjoy the outdoors and conserve their public lands, natural resources and heritage.
For general information on the Expo call US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, Public Affairs Office at 817-886-1306