(St. Paul, MN)  —  The lifting of the stay at home order on Monday will permit more outdoor recreation activities in Minnesota.  This move will include camping, however, this does not mean that organized camping facilities will be allowed to re-open. Instead, Minnesotans will be allowed to use dispersed and remote camping sites, which is a single plot rather than a developed campground.  Governor Walz’s executive order will also allow for such things as fishing, birding, or outdoor fitness training with no more than two people. Outdoor sports will be permitted as long as they allow for social distancing and involve a required number of no more than ten people. For indoor recreation, such as gyms and fitness centers, residents will have to wait until June 1st, with more guidance expected to be released on May 20th.