Hi, my name is Tina and welcome to Having Fun Outdoors!

My love for the great outdoors and a need to put FUN back in my life led me to create this site.

I’ve been an outdoor lover for as long as I can remember, as a child playing back at the frog pond to now as an adult, hiking, camping, backpacking (just a few things I do). I get so excited when it’s time to get outdoors exploring when ever and where ever I happen to be at that time.

I’ll be sharing my adventures as I discover my own backyard here in Delaware and the surrounding areas (see photos below) going to new places I’ve never been and learning new things like nature art, journaling and how to take great photos.

Yes, we’re all busy but my goal is to take time out and adventure more, step out of my comfort zone, slow down, unplug and enjoy life again instead of being busy, tired and burnout all the time, I’m sick of feeling that way.

So come along with me and be inspired, find that one thing you love to do and do it. Maybe it’s gardening or taking a scenic drive whatever it is I’m here to encourage you to do it and put FUN back in your life, you’re worth it and you won’t get another chance.

I want to get to the end of my life and look back and say WOW that was an adventure!

Comments, questions, and feedback are always welcomed, send me an email here – tina@havingfunoutdoors.com I’d love to hear from you.

For real time updates and photos of my adventures + a chance to really connect, follow me here – Instagram, Facebook, Twitter Pinerest,

Lets adventure, explore and have FUN together!

Feel free to share! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

You can start here by reading my nature exercise series, not your typical exercises. Enjoy!


My favorite places in Delaware. Photos by me. feel free to use them but do give me credit –

Bridge over the White Clay Creek in White Clay Creek State Park

White Clay Creek State Park

Cape Henlopen State Park DE

Lums Pond State Park DE in the fall

Lums Pond State Park DE

Cypress Trees growing out of the water at Trap Pond State Park DE

Cypress Trees growing out of the water at Trap Pond State Park DE

Fort Dupont State Park DE

Fort Dupont State Park DE

Nature Journaling, Click the image below to learn more –