Their are a lot of nursery schools outdoors.
"She loved the great outdoors - the basking in the sun, the nature hikes, and the river rafting".
There are two adverbs in that sentence: "outdoors" and "terribly". "Outdoors" modifies the verb "go" and "terribly" modifies the adjective "cold".
they toiled outdoors in gardens and indoors at wood stoves
I love getting outdoors and enjoying what nature has to offer.
The fear of possible aftershocks kept the people outdoors for several days.
I had to use tweezers to extract the splinter I got walking barefoot outdoors.
We knew the cold weather meant wearing the appropriate clothing outdoors, such as coats and gloves.
Yes, the word outdoors is a noun; outdoors is also an adverb.
Yes it can be (to go outdoors). It is also used as a noun (the great outdoors).
yes , it is outdoors
That is the correct spelling of the noun "outdoors."