Recreation & Culture

The United States government has terrific resources and programs for fun and learning. The Recreation and Culture Module highlights resources to aid in researching these activities and finding out about programs and events sponsored by governmental agencies.

Whether your interests lie in travel, outdoor adventure, gardening, art, history, or just armchair recreation, the federal government has many great websites for researching activities and finding out about interesting places to visit and things to see and do. Past training materials for this module are available at the Gi21 Training Sessions site.

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Recreation

 Document / Last Modified: 08 May 2012

There are lots of great sites for researching activities and finding out about interesting places to visit and things to do on vacation.

Washington, DC Museums Exercise

 Document / Last Modified: 26 January 2012

This document provides a guide for using usa.gov to investigate things to see and do in Washington, DC.

Travel

 Document / Last Modified: 26 January 2012

This web guide provides links to government resources related to travel.

Tennessee Boating Exercise

 Document / Last Modified: 26 January 2012

This document is a guide to using recreation.gov to get information about boating in a specific area.

Library of Congress

 Document / Last Modified: 26 January 2012

This web page provides an outline of the services, collections and information available from the world's largest library