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21. Introduction
Much of the enjoyment we receive from recreational activities comes from what usenjoy spending time walking, hiking, camping, fourwheeling, horseback riding
Next: Consumptive Uses of Recreation Up: Recreational Opportunities on CRP Previous: Recreational Opportunities on CRP
Although quality timber production may be the main objective for most of our CRP pine lands, many landowners have other objectives in mind. These other objectives often include enhanced wildlife, clean water, intensified forest aesthetics, quality forest recreational activities, and a variety of other purposes. As these CRP stands are beginning to reach pulpwood size, the big question for many innovative forest landowners then becomes: Which of the above activities can I conduct in my planted pine forests as they reach ten plus years old? First, it seems like a good idea that we get some sense of the characteristics of the trees and the environment they are in. On a site with average productivity (site index = 70) these ten year old pine trees will be about 6 inches DBH and forty-one feet tall. Originally planted at 700 trees per acre, they are now down to about 580 trees per acre due to losses of various types. The understory is mostly open and clear of underbrush. There is a layer of pinestraw on the ground and there is some room between the trees allowing you to walk upright in most places without fear of hitting your head on a limb. There are many recreational activities for a landowner in a CRP forest. Think back to the fondest memories of your youth. Perhaps you can conjure up carefree adventures involving a forest setting.

22. 4WDABC (Four Wheel Drive Association Of British Columbia)
To participate in and support civic activities that will benefit the community,and to enhance the public image of recreational four wheeling and its
The Four Wheel Drive Association of British Columbia
Land Use
Goals of the 4WDABC

Four Wheeler's Code of Ethics

2002 Fall Convention Minutes
For Sale Adds
Region 2 Volunteers Needed For Trail Cleanups
Wilderness Alert .. their Explorer first aid 5 day course Four Wheel Drive Association of BC ~ March 15, 2003 ~ Annual General Meeting Minutes Need volunteers for South Coast Allterrainers Ramp Event April 27 ... Complete List
The 4WDABC'S Goals and Objectives
The Four Wheel Drive Association of British Columbia is organized as a family oriented non-profit organization with the following objectives:
  • To uphold the established Four Wheelers' Code of Ethics. To promote recreational activities that involve the off pavement use of four wheel drive vehicles, encourage multiple land use and allow access to the back-country.
  • To promote responsible attitudes toward the use of public and private lands. To protect our natural resources and the heritage of our land through conservation practices so people may enjoy them for generations to come.
  • To encourage land management agencies to develop more areas and trails for multiple uses and to deter land closures.

23. Cibola National Forest And National Grasslands
recreational activities include hiking, camping, horseback riding, mountainbiking, rock climbing, hunting, and fourwheeling to name a few.
W elcome to the Cibola National Forest Magdalena Ranger District Directions to Magdalena Ranger District Recreation Sites 11/05/02 Proposed Magdalena Ridge Public Meeting 10/30/02 Proposed Magdalena Ridge Open House Public Meeting ... Proposed Magdalena Ridge Observatory Background Information The District itself is composed of four separate and distinct mountain ranges in southwest New Mexico covering the three counties of Socorro, Catron, and Sierra. The ranges include the Datils, Bears, San Mateos and Magdalena Mountains. From the peak of South Baldy at 10,700 dropping in elevation to under 6000 feet in the southern portion of the San Mateos, varied topography and ecosystems can be found on the district.
Recreation and Wilderness
While historic logging and mining days are all but over, many other opportunities exist on the district. Recreational activities include hiking, camping, horseback riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, hunting, and four-wheeling to name a few. To host these activities, the district has five small-developed campgrounds including Water Canyon, Springtime, Luna Park, Beartrap and Hughes Mill. With limited use of the campgrounds primary recreational values are the many dispersed, primitive, and unconfined acres. Maintained roads total about 500 miles with another 600 miles of unimproved roads. Thompson Canyon is a noted popular rock climbing area with the challenging Enchanted Tower.

24. Farmington Daily Times
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OTHER ARTICLES IN THIS SECTION The Butte's striped bass bonanza Outdoor Calendar Study challenges angling habits Arsenic advisory withdrawn ... Skiing report Article Last Updated: Friday, August 30, 2002 - 4:55:30 PM MST Outdoor enthusiasts share criticism of BLM plan
By Darren Marcy/Outdoor editor
FARMINGTON While oil and gas was the main topic for those in attendance Monday night at the Bureau of Land Management's public hearing on its draft Resource Management Plan, recreationalists were also there to voice their opinions. Four wheelers, bird watchers and horseback riders shared their comments at the Farmington Civic Center, and all agreed the BLM's 20-year plan was flawed. Brad Ullrich, representing the Southwest Four Wheel Drive Association as the director of environmental affairs, said four-wheeling is getting a bum rap by the draft document. Ullrich said conflicts between off-road vehicles and other users are overstated.

25. Lake Havasu City, AZ (DesertUSA)
The abundance of dams along the Colorado River creates a number of large lakes in arid, regions of Category Regional North America Parks State Parks...... to an abundance of recreation activities, including camping If you like fourwheeling,ATV-riding, dune buggy the BLM can accommodate your OHV recreational needs
Paradise at Lake Havasu The abundance of dams along the Colorado River creates a number of large lakes in arid, regions of the Southwest where large, natural bodies of water are nonexistent. These lakes provide unique recreational opportunities and offer an exceptional contrast to the scenic desert landscapes that surround them. One of the most popular and interesting lakes along the Colorado River is Lake Havasu, well-known for one particular historic point of interest, the London Bridge. The London Bridge is one of the main attractions at Lake Havasu that sets it apart from other desert playgrounds. More than 2.5 million visitors flock each year to shores of Lake Havasu to enjoy the scenery, the cool waters of the lake and abundant recreational activities. Water sports, hiking, off-road opportunities and cultural and natural history are some of the attractions that draw visitors year round. Impounded by Parker Dam , 45-mile long Lake Havasu is nestled along the foot of California's Chemehuevi Mountains near Interstate 40.. The Lake is managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) which oversees nearly 1.4 million acres of public lands in both the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts along the Colorado River, Lake Havasu and the Arizona uplands to the east. This area is best known for the boating, fishing and sightseeing on Lake Havasu. The backcountry surrounding the Lake is virtually undiscovered by the many tourists and outdoor enthusiasts who venture to the Lake. The backcountry offers miles of quiet, seldom-visited lands including 6 wilderness areas, historic mines, abandoned town sites, unique wildlife, interesting geology and numerous trails and roads for adventurers who like to explore.

26. Community_profile
Attractions and recreational facilities include Montezuma Castle are able to enjoyoutdoor activities such as horseback riding, four wheeling, jeep tours
Town of Camp Verde P.O. Box 710 473 S. Main Street, Suite 102 Camp Verde, AZ 86322 Fax: (928) 567-9061 Incorporated 12/8/86 Community Profile Camp Verde is located 86 miles north of Phoenix in the lush Verde Valley. The location, moderate climate, and numerous recreational areas are ideal to serve residents, farmers, cattlemen, tourists, hunters and fishermen. The Verde River and creeks that meander through our quiet community are a habitat for wildlife, such as bald eagles, hawks, blue heron, beavers and otters. The waterways offer recreational opportunities and an abundance of riverfront properties. Towering above the valley are majestic mountains that provide a scenic view of unsurpassed beauty. A sparse population of less than 10,000, 46 square miles of land and many small farms and ranches enhance our rural lifestyle. Principal Economic Activities Construction, ranching, farming, light industry, trade and service, a casino and government agencies serve as the Town's major employment sources. Attractions and Recreational Activities Attractions and recreational facilities include Montezuma Castle National Monument, Montezuma's Well, the Verde River and Fort Verde State Historic Park/museum. In addition, a bowling alley, arcade and other children's activities are located in the Cliff Castle Casino. Residents and visitors are able to enjoy outdoor activities such as horseback riding, four wheeling, jeep tours, hiking, camping, canoeing, kayaking and fishing.

27. Welcome To Sunetha Accommodations!
There are recreational activities to suit your every whim. And don'tforget to try Miniature Golf; Backpacking; four wheeling; Rafting.


Condos Homes ...
Activities Home Page
J oin in the recreational abundance of Pagosa Springs! There are recreational activities to suit your every whim.
Try one or all and have a great time!
A day of world class fly fishing.
Photo Courtesy of Dick Ray E njoy a pleasant family outing mountain biking or horseback riding. T here's fun for the whole family in Pagosa Springs! A nd don't forget to try:
  • Miniature Golf
  • Backpacking
  • Four wheeling
  • Rafting
A ll activities are convenient to your Sunetha accommodations and reasonably priced. W e can arrange a package or activity for you! C all us now at 1-800-365-3149.
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Condos Homes Information or Reservations ... Area Attractions - Activities - Home Page C all us at 1-800-365-3149.

28. Sports In The Rough! - Links!
offhighway and outdoor recreational activities, both motorized on fun, family orientedactivities for all lands for the purpose of four-wheeling enjoyment and
"Protect your valuables from theft and weather." Very cool raffle sponsor for many of the Sports in the Rough! events and adventures. Offroad magazine - "Covering the world, one rock at a time." Offroad magazine - "Covering all responsible trail and family oriented off-highway and outdoor recreational activities, both motorized and non-motorized." Sports in the Rough! events, competitions and adventures. BOOKS com "Off highway 4x4 travel store, with books, videos, maps, gps, and more..." "Jeep Parts & Off-Road Accessories for 4x4 Trucks & SUV's. Tellico 4x4 is the #1 Source of Information for the Upper Tellico ORV Area." Tennessee Off-Road - Tons of off-road parts and accessories. Sponsor of the TOR Roundup! Sam's Offroad, "For all your 4x4 needs." "The Voice of Ontario's 4x4 Community - Northern Lights Trailriders Association" These folks are the volunteer club for the Sports in the Rough!

for our Nation's Public Lands, while the BLM recognizes fourwheeling as a landsand its desire to promote resource-based recreational activities on public
CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CLUBS, Inc. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY PARTNERSHIP "Exploring the Past and the Future Through Four-Wheeling" The California Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. (CA4WDC) recognizes the important role played by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in caring for our Nation's Public Lands, while the BLM recognizes four-wheeling as a legitimate use of Public Lands. CA4WDC acknowledges BLM's mission to emphasize multiple use of public lands and its desire to promote resource-based recreational activities on public lands in the future. Because of the value of BLM-managed land and trails for four-wheelers, CA4WDC agrees to enter into this Golden Anniversary Partnership with BLM to designate the following trail systems as outstanding multiple use trails on BLM lands: Johnson Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Area Trail System, California The Bradshaw Trail, California The Volcanic Table Lands, California The Molina Ghost Run Trail, California

30. Santa Fe Trail Scenic And Historic Byway - Colorado
over 30,000 acres of public land which supports a variety of recreational activities.Fishing, hunting, boating, golfing, four wheeling, hiking, horseback

31. San Juan Skyway
More recreational, Summer activities include hiking, mountain biking,kayaking, fourwheeling, hunting, and fishing. Winter activities

32. Home Main Page Email Webmaster Sign Guestbook View Guestbook Club
to participate in and support civic activities that will benefit the community,and to enhance the public image of recreational four wheeling and it's
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Club Information About Us Members Rigs Trail Rides Contact Info ... Club Events
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Resources Links 4 Sale Wanted
Goals And Objectives The Coast Mountain Crawlers 4WD Association is organized as a family oriented' non-profit organization with the following objectives:
  • to uphold the established Four Wheelers Code of Ethics. to promote recreational activities that involve the off pavement use of four wheel drive vehicles, encourage multiple land use and allow access to back-country. to promote responsible attitudes toward the use of public and private lands. to protect our natural land management agencies to develop more areas and trails for multiple use and deter land closures. to participate in and support civic activities that will benefit the community, and to enhance the public image of recreational four wheeling and it's enthusiasts. to promote co-operation and friendship among four wheel drive clubs and individuals and clubs who also enjoy the back country and trails in the Coastal Mountains of B.C.

33. Activities In Grangeville, Idaho And Surrounding Areas
Central Idaho offers a diverse range of recreational activities so everyone canfind something fun to dowhite water rafting, four wheeling, snow mobiling
Recreational Paradise with a 4 -Season Playground! North Central Idaho offers a diverse range of recreational activities so everyone can find something fun to do-white water rafting, four wheeling, snow mobiling, skiing, world class game hunting, fishing, cycling, hiking, boating, jet boating, mountain biking, wilderness survival, back packing, horse backing the back country, shooting trap, golfing, hang gliding. Horseback riding is a great way to see the scenery. Explore the back roads including the famous
For high adventure, take a ride on the famous Salmon, Snake, Clearwater, Lochsa and Selway Rivers. During the winter months, catch the action at Snowhaven, where you'll find great snow pack without the crowds (just 7 miles from Grangeville) Find spiritual solitude within the breathtaking scenery of the Nez Perce National forest. Don't see what you would like to do? Let us know and we will try to add it.

34. Travel Guides For Photographers - Wild Things Photography - Recommended Reading
book includes a list of available facilities and recreational activities, littleknown Utah State Parks A Complete recreational Guide by Jan four wheeling.
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35. Southern Scouts
History spans over 20 years of organized recreational four wheeling. of issues thatface a four wheeler including where to find organized activities and events

36. Truckee Real Estate, Tahoe Real Estate - Courtesy Of Bret Churchman
recreational activities in the National Forest Wilderness areas during spring hiking,mountain biking, rock climbing, horseback riding, and four wheeling.
Life Above the Clouds Keeps Getting Better.
Discover It For Yourself.
*Ready to discover Truckee? Click here to see what's included in Bret's Higher Elevation Kit.

There have been many changes in Truckee since it was first known as Gray's Station, but one thing that hasn't changed is the presence of the railroad.
C ongratulations! If you're conisdering a home in Truckee or the North Lake Tahoe area, you've found some great communities to call home.
A Place in History
Just as many early pioneers followed the Emigrant Trail through Truckee, visitors today make their way to the natural beauty of the Truckee area, high in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Steeped in the history of the Donner Party, the railroad, logging, and ice-harvesting, Truckee proudly retains much of its Old West flavor.
Stop On By
Truckee has flourished, keeping the allure and charm of the turn-of-the-century town alive. Commercial Row hints at Truckee’s colorful history along with present-day shops, galleries, dining establishments and historic buildings. A self-guided walking tour highlights the "Rocking Stone" and the 1869 Depot Building.
The area in and around Tahoe and Truckee offers a variety of recreational activiites.

37. : Destinations : Colorado : Active Pursuits
fourwheeling. Fishing. Golf. Active Pursuits. The variety and sheer number ofactive sports and recreational activities Colorado has to offer is staggering.
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Active Pursuits The variety and sheer number of active sports and recreational activities Colorado has to offer is staggering. It's a place where you can easily arrange a week-long, hard-core mountaineering expedition, but it's also a place where you can just as easily take one of the most scenic 2-hour bike rides of your life right in downtown Bouldernot to mention the superb winter activities, from skiing to snowmobiling. Source: Frommer's Colorado, 7th Edition
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38. United Four Wheel Drive Associations Official Site - United Online - An Internat
regional clubs, events, and landuse activities in those for life abound in the fourwheeling community to teach them responsible recreational wheeling from the
Time to get ready for the 2003 UFWDA Annual Convention!
June 21-28, 2003, Flagstaff Arizona, hosted by the Arizona State Association of 4Wheel Drive Clubs... [ MORE
UFWDA is "An International Organization". Enhancing the reach of communication between its membership and extending its reach to more individuals, clubs and associations all around the world, United's online site is set to offer expanded information and interaction in the upcoming year. Efforts to provide the desired timely updated information, needed materials and resources for Four Wheel Drive Recreational Enthusiasts World Wide are an ongoing process. We have member clubs associations and individuals from all over the US and Internationally! We are a "United Voice" for 4WD owners... and we welcome you to United Online! If you're not familiar with United, please take a look at "Who we Are" - click the contact link for emails of our Board Members who make the whole operation run smoothly...
It's the support and hours of volunteer work of our many members that really breathes life into the Association and is the reason for being... There are enumerable benefits to membership (take a look at what you'll enjoy), and

39. UFWDA - Contacts BOD - Find Out Who We Are And Ways To Contact US!
spans nearly three decades of organized recreational four wheeling. of issues thatface a four wheeler including where to find organized activities and events
Contact Names, Email and Addresses Who We Are The UFWDA History spans nearly three decades of organized recreational four wheeling. The 25th Anniversary celebration was held in 2001. As the International "Voice" of four wheelers, it is by the combined efforts of it's leadership, members, and supporting manufacturers and businesses that makes it all work together. There are a variety of issues that face a four wheeler including the operation of your vehicle, the ability to responsibly drive your 4x4 or SUV, environmental concerns and access to public OHV trails, legislative issues for both concerns, and how and where to find organized activities and events, and how you can get involved to assure a future for your favorite recreation. Who are we? From avid enthusiasts who are individual members, to clubs and association members, the membership spans 4 continents with over 10,000 member voices. We own and drive everything from early Jeep Willys, to Broncos, Land Cruisers, and now just about every make of 4x4 and Sport Utility Vehicle available around the world! Many members take their families to the events and trail rides, but there are also single members who enjoy the benefits of the organization. On the trails you'll find both men and women drivers and passengers alike, kids of all ages, and pariticpants ranging from their teens to their 80's. Though we are an Association of Associations and individual members who make up 'the whole', the board members and directors are the guides for helping to keep the direction going with clear purpose and according to the voices of the delegates. To ensure business is taken care of, there are meetings held throughout the year, and an annual convention to make sure there is a steady flow and exchange of information.

wheel drive vehicle or an interest in four wheeling and exploring sport of offroading,through Social, educational and recreational activities; enjoying and
A B C D ... I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Submit Listing 4x4 Freelanders
Monrovia Web Page
Bob Brittion (626) 357-9352
Tom Purvis (909) 247-6523
La Habra Sam Wilson (562) 690-7958 Aftershocks 4wd Club
San Fernando Valley, We are a family club founded in 1971, most runs are open to all 4x4's some will require lockers or additional equipment. E-Mail American Buggy Association (ABA)
Dune buggies, ATVs, Motorcycles, families in LA area Web Page
Robb Cover (805) 583-5942
American Samurai Association
Torrance Mario Raco (310) 542-6025
(310) 214-0583 (fax) Amateur Chevy's Club Modesto E-Mail Bakersfield Trailblazers Lonnie Kerley (805) 664-4812 Rod Brown (805) 398-8581 E-Mail Beach N' Toys Toyota LandCruiser Club San Diego Brad Phillips (619) 747-1822 Bo Neece (619) 282-3610 Black Diamond Four Wheelers E-Mail California Association of 4WD Clubs Web Page CAPO Valley 4Wheelers Orange County Joe Simrak (949) 586-7811 CORVA - California Off Road Vehicle Association State wide organization for all off-road vehicle enthusiasts. We represent the off-roader to the land managers of state and federal land where our sport is practiced. Web Page 800-42-CORVA Desert Dawgs Orange Bill Kelly (619) 345-8061 Desert Side Tracs Palm Springs/Coachella Valley E-Mail Dirt Devils Placentia CA Web Page Jesse (562) 421-6185 Quinn (714) 903-9017 Drifter Jeep club Glendora Bob Billups (818) 963-1038 Early Broncos Limited Poway Web Page Fun in the Sun Four Wheelers Fountain Valley Web Page E-Mail Four Wheelin' Fools Extreme four-wheeling in so Cal and west

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