Extractions: Welcome to the Isle Royale National Park Boating, Canoeing and Kayaking Guide It is our intent to provide information that will be timely and of assistance in planning a trip, vacation or obtaining data about this park Boating, Canoeing and Kayaking Guide Boating Guide Canoeing and Kayaking Guide Fishing Isle Royale National Park was authorized by Congress in 1931 "to conserve a prime example of North Woods Wilderness." The park was designated part of the National Wilderness Preservation System in 1976, under the Wilderness Act, and remains today as an example of primitive America. In fact, over 98% of the land in Isle Royale is designated wilderness. Further honors were bestowed in 1981, when Isle Royale was designated an International Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations, giving it global scientific and educational significance. Wilderness is managed for preservation and solitude. We need such natural places for study, measuring the forces of natural change and dynamics, and as a place to renew the human spirit. Isle Royale has established rules and regulations governing group size, fires, sanitation, and basic conduct to help protect its varied resources as well as the quality of experience for users. Help preserve wilderness by following these guidelines. Boating Guide Boaters have been coming to Isle Royale to enjoy the clean clear waters, the protected harbors and bays, the dramatic shorelines, and the excellent fishing for more than 100 years. Many Isle Royale boaters make repeat trips to the island, and some can trace their island connections back for generations. Even first-time visitors can feel keen appreciation for the resources and value of this one of a kind maritime park.
NZRCA (www.rivers.org.nz) The NZRCA represents the interests of recreational kayakers and canoeists in New Zealand. It has over Category Regional Oceania boating canoeing and kayaking Mike Savory), What Mick Hopkinson Takes boating (Mick Hopkinson nature of the raftingand kayaking in the gorge, the range of other quality canoeing water, and http://www.rivers.org.nz/
Extractions: (58 msgs @ 4:09pm, 4 Apr) WWSNZ Championships at Mangahao in April 1 April 2003 The Whitewater Slalom NZ ( WWSNZ ) National Championships slalom will be held at the new Environmental White Water Park at Mangahao , Shannon on 18-20 April. For details contact Carrol Walkley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or read the programme (Word, 80k). Update 1 April: Because of the severe water shortage in the lower North Island the NZ Nationals will be held at an alternative venue, the Kaituna and Tongariro Rivers. Grab an updated copy of the programme (Word, 80k)
Extractions: Public Lands Horseback Riding Pets in Parks ... Winter Sports Trail Guides Find a Guide Self Guided Adventure Maryland is a great place to enjoy the great outdoors. From its rolling mountains to its sandy shores, Maryland offers areas to hike, bike, fish, canoe, and camp. Our state public lands offer accessible amenities and outdoor recreational opportunities, from campsites, playgrounds and visitor centers, to fishing piers, hunting areas and park trails. Create your own outdoor adventure, or let an experienced outfitter be your guide with activities available through the State Forest and Park Service's Nature Tourism program. New state park and forest trail guides are available, featuring high quality topographic maps and wildlife, fishing and camping opportunities across the state. Updated March 26, 2003
E-Travel Maine Boating, Canoeing And Kayaking Guide in B.O.S.N. records only. canoeing, kayaking, boating, White Water Rafting of the following based on your experience recreational Experienced Intermediate Novice Beginner http://www.etravelmaine.com/recreation/canoeing/trips.html
Extractions: and islands of one or more of the seven lakes in the Rangeley chain (Rangeley, Cupsuptic, Mooselookmeguntic, the Richardsons, Kennebago and Umbagog), Belgrade Chain (7 lakes), the Jackman-Moose River area's lakes, or Flagstaff Lake, Maine's fourth largest lake. All offer excellent paddling for beginners and experts alike. Trips vary in length from short day excursions to three to five day journeys. Guides are available to enhance your trip (see guide services), and some local businesses offer group trips throughout the summer. If watercraft with a motor is more your style, there is plenty of water for
Welcome To MyOttawa.info a cruising guide to the Rideau Canal and an Ottawa boating Index a wide variety ofprograms from recreational whitewater canoeing and kayaking to leadership http://www.myottawa.info/ssp8.htm
Recreational Resources if there are areas with potential to be significant boating resources. River fromGreenville to Wilton provide whitewater canoeing and kayaking during the http://users.rcn.com/harts.ma.ultranet/swa/RecResources.html
Extractions: New Hampshire Rivers Management and Protection Program Souhegan River Nomination VII. RESOURCE ASSESSMENT Natural Resources Managed Resources Cultural Resources Recreational Resources Fishery Identify the type and location of any high quality recreational fisheries or areas with such potential which are present in the river (as determined by the NH Fish and Game Department). Also indicate areas that have potential to be significant fisheries. As discussed earlier, the majority of the fishing in the River is for stocked trout. Boating Describe any significant recreational boating opportunities which are present on the river, including whether it is used for motorized boating. Indicate if the river is cited as significant for recreational boating in a publication of a national, regional or statewide recreation organization. Refer to the NH River Protection and Energy Development Project to determine the river's significance as a recreational boating river. Also note if boaters are attracted from beyond the local area and if there are areas with potential to be significant boating resources. The western sections of the Souhegan River from Greenville to Wilton provide whitewater canoeing and kayaking during the spring and other periods of high water. Both the Appalachian Mountain Club's (AMC) River Guide and the New England Whitewater River Guide identify these sections of the River as good intermediate whitewater. The AMC guide classifies the rapids in this section as Class II, III and IV. This stretch of the River is very popular with canoers and kayakers because it provides good training runs, the water is clean, the area is easily accessed and the ice melts early in the spring. The Boston and New Hampshire AMC's and the Merrimack Valley Paddlers organize numerous trips on the Souhegan River every year.
INFOHUB Canoeing/Kayaking Page Information; Rafting, canoeing, boating Information; National canoeing/KayakingClubs/Associations. Canadian recreational canoeing Association; Bow Water Canoe http://www.biztravel.com/TRAVEL/ADVENTURE/RECREATION/kayaking.html
Extractions: Reporter Bob Batz Jr. and photographer Annie O'Neill used canoes, rafts and bikes to cover the 74 miles along the Youghiogheny River from Confluence to McKeesport over six days, in celebration of the Youghiogheny being named 1998 River of the Year by the state. They are participating in a "River Sojourn" sponsored by the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for River Month (June). Canoeable Rivers in Western Pennsylvania This links to a CGI program written by Ed Donley that retrieves the river gauge levels from the USGS, compares them to the range of canoeable levels in the book, "Canoeing Guide to Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia" and displays a list of streams showing which are currently canoeable, which are too high, and which are too low. Canoeing Guide to Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia
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Voyageurs National Park Hiking Page canoeing and kayaking. Fishing and boating. Willy Lures. Hot new colors for 2002!boating and fishing are the most common recreational uses of the park. http://www.voyageurs.national-park.com/hike.htm
Extractions: Welcome to the Voyageurs National Park Hiking Page It is our intent to provide information that will be timely and of assistance in planning a trip, vacation or obtaining data about this park Cub and Sow by John W. Uhler Hiking Guide Boats on Interior Lakes Canoeing and Kayaking Cross-Country Ski Trails Cruiser Lake Trail ... Watercraft Rental Hiking in Voyageurs Hiking in the Voyageurs National Park can be a fun and rewarding experience as in other national parks. It is a great way to both see and experience the park. Water dominates the landscape of Voyageurs National Park; within its boundaries, more than 30 lakes fill glacier-carved rock basins. Four large lakes - Rainy, Kabetogama, Namakan and Sand Point - cover almost 40 percent of the 218,054 acres of Voyageurs, making it one of the few water-dominated parks in the National Park Service system and the only park unit draining northward to Hudson Bay. Hundreds of rocky islands and a myriad of coves and bays are scattered throughout these large lakes. In the midst of all this water lies the Kabetogama Peninsula, a 75,000 acre roadless land mass. The topography of the peninsula and much of the rest of the park is rugged; rolling hills are interspersed between bogs, beaver ponds, swamps and smaller lakes. The Cruiser Lake Trail (9 miles) and the Locator Lake Trail (2 miles) These trails offer hiking and camping opportunities on the Kabetogama Peninsula. Both trails provide access to interior lakes, where watercraft are available for visitor use through reservationsand a fee of $10.00 per party per day made at the Ash River, Kabetogama Lake or Rainy Lake Visitor Center.
Greater Raleigh, North Carolina SPORTS boating, canoeing/ kayaking, crew/rowing, fishing, mountain biking, sailing.SIZE 520acre lake. NOTE Jordan Lake, a major recreational lake, is http://www.visitraleigh.com/sports/facilities/aquatic.html
Extractions: Contact : Terri Stroupe SPORTS : canoeing/kayaking clinics, diving, swimming, synchronized swimming, water polo POOLS : 1 indoor; 2 outdoor; 1 diving well DIMENSIONS : 73,800 sq. ft. (facility); main pool: 50 meters x 25 yards, 3.5 feet to 5.5 feet depth; diving well: 28 feet x 42 feet, 14 feet depth; wading pool: 75 feet x 25 feet, 1 foot to 1.5 feet depth Seating
Quechee Lakes - Quechee, Vermont USA Quechee Lakes is a yearround recreational community set in the and other local lakesavailable for swimming, paddle boating, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, ice http://www.privatecommunities.com/Vermont/
Extractions: Quechee Lakes is a year-round recreational community set in the beautiful hillsides of Vermont's heartland. The climate is ideal for an array of activities that is only limited by the imagination. Indigenous building materials and distinctive architectural styles ensures that residents will enjoy spectacular views while living in homes that reflect a unique style and character. Acreage: 5,200 acres (2,800 hectares) Club Structure: All home and homesite purchases come with an automatic membership to the Quechee Club with no wait and no initiation fee. Golf: Two 18-hole championship courses, designed by Geoffrey Cornish, have been host to the New England Open for 19 years. Both courses are considered dramatic and picturesque with spectacular layouts and finishing holes. Clubhouse: Home of The Grille Room Restaurant, a banquet facility, indoor and outdoor pools
San Diego City Lakes Program | Water Department supervised recreational access to all of the City's reservoirs for a variety of traditionaloutdoor activities, including fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, http://www.sannet.gov/water/recreation/index.shtml
Extractions: What are commonly referred to as the San Diego City Lakes are actually the impounding reservoirs which comprise the City of San Diego's municipal water supply system. Attention: Lake schedules are subject to change and occasional closures. Please be sure to check the "Whats New" page for this and other important information Reservoirs Watercraft Information Related Information Contact Us For additional information or comments, please email us at email@example.com. The City has offered the public recreational use of its reservoirs since 1913, when the nucleus of the present water storage system was purchased from private operators. The City of San Diego is widely recognized as a pioneer in the multiple use (for recreation) of water supply reservoirs. The public is provided supervised recreational access to all of the City's reservoirs for a variety of traditional outdoor activities, including fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, hiking, picnicking, waterfowl hunting, etc. In addition, a highly popular water contact program offering seasonal access for water-skiing, jet skiing and windsurfing was implemented with the approval of the City Council in 1989.