2021 Induction Ceremony
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic,
The 2021 International Sportsmen’s Exposition at CalExpo, Sacramento
has been cancelled and the 2021 California Outdoors Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony has been postponed.
Announcement of a rescheduled time and place for induction will be posted here.
For more about ISE Sacramento, CLICK HERE.
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The California Outdoors Hall of Fame recognizes California’s greatest outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen. These are people who have dedicated themselves to advancing the understanding of, appreciation for and conservation of California’s great outdoors.
Outdoors Hall of Fame inductees have demonstrated exceptional breadth of skills and commitment to the outdoors and have touched many thousands, if not millions, of Californians through their passion for the outdoors and outdoor recreation.
The California Outdoors Hall of Fame strives to sustain what they accomplished, inspiring future generations toward adventure and conservation.
Personal achievement in outdoor sport, by itself, is not enough. The California Outdoors Hall of Fame only recognizes those whose profound scope of outdoor accomplishments have impacted others, improved the lives of Californians and benefitted the outdoors.
All candidates must fill two requirements:
1. Nominees must have inspired thousands of Californians to take part in the great outdoors and/or conservation.
2. Nominees must have taken part in a paramount scope of adventures.