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Outdoor Spring Activities in St. Louis

Whether you love winter or not, the locals in St. Louis look forward to spring. Letting us finally get out of our homes and surrounding us with greenery and flowers, the season is also amazing due to its chilly winds and sunny days. All My Sons’ St. Louis moving company is thrilled to move families to town during spring when the weather is nicer, and our team of movers have this short list of fun, outdoor spring activities in St. Louis to check out after we get you settled into your new home.

1. Gardening

A fun family activity that also helps the environment, is gardening. Go to the local hardware store that sells plants and let your family pick out their favorite plants and flowers, then go home and plant them together. Gardening is great for younger kids, will help them feel like they are a part of decorating their new home, and it is an easy, fun outdoor spring activity to do in St. Louis.

2. Go for a Jog

There’s nothing better than the natural high of running. And what better time to run than springtime? Make it a new hobby or resolution to go jogging after moving and you’ll feel great about your new town, and your new goals!

3. Visit a Local Farm to see the Animals

If you are looking for something more exciting, take your family out to a local farm to see the animals.

4. Go Horseback Riding

Horseback riding in St. Louis is fun for the whole family! Get out of the house, in-tune with nature, and play with animals during this awesome, outdoor activity.

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