Five million kroner has already been set aside for outdoor life in each park, which can help to support nature experiences.
It has also been decided to earmark an additional DKK 15.9 million for the establishment of outdoor facilities, as well as the purchase of nearby land. All parks are located on state-owned land.
The ten new parks will be:
Læsø Klitplantage (Læsø Municipality)
Hanstholm in Thy (Thisted Municipality)
Husby Klitplantage in West Jutland (Holstebro Municipality)
Kompedal Plantage in Central Jutland (Silkeborg Municipality)
Mols Bjerge on Djursland (Syddjurs Municipality)
Nørlund Plantage and Harrild Hede in the middle of Jutland (Ikast-Brande Municipality and Herning Municipality)
Draved Forest and Kongens Mose in Southern Jutland (Tønder Municipality)
Bidstrupskovene in Midtsjælland (Lejre Municipality)
Ulvshale Forest on Møn (Vordingborg Municipality)
Source: The Nordic Page