Sleep deficiency is associated with health risks, and time outdoors is related to health benefits. This study assessed time outdoors and its association with sleep normality. Participants completed questionnaires on their health status, behaviors, neighborhoods, and demographics including information on sleep, time outdoors, and mental and physical health. We examined potential associations between time outdoors and sleep. Results indicate associations between less pain and increased odds of normal sleep and between higher severity of depression and lower odds of normal sleep.