Beaver Creek Reserve celebrates ‘Great Outdoors Month’

Fall Creek (WQOW) – Beaver Creek Reserve is offering free admission to outdoor enthusiasts this weekend.

They are joining in the celebrations of ‘Great Outdoors Month’. Officials said they were inspired by the DNR and their free fishing weekend in Wisconsin, to encourage everyone to get outside.

"Just being able to get families with young children out," said Brianne Markin, marketing and development coordinator for Beaver Creek Reserve. "We have a very approachable place for that. So we thought we would like to offer our location as another free access point as well.

Beaver Creek will finish off ‘Great Outdoors Month’ at the end of June with their second annual Celebrate the Chippewa River event at Phoenix Park in Eau Claire.

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