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Non-Motorized Winter Sports In Washington State changed its name to reflect the variety of nonmotorized sports presently occurringon the trails and in play areas for skijoring, snowshoeing and innertubing. http://www.parks.wa.gov/winter/nonmotor.asp
Extractions: ADA Recreation Cross-country skiing and a whole lot more! The winter recreation program provides Sno-Parks, cleared parking areas for vehicles in close proximity to groomed and/or backcountry trails. There are two types of Sno-Parks, those for snowmobiles and those for non-motorized sports. Formerly called Cross-Country Ski Sno-Parks, this type of Sno-Park has changed its name to reflect the variety of non-motorized sports presently occurring on the trails and in play areas for skijoring, snowshoeing and innertubing. There are more than 50 locations where cross-country skiing and other non-motorized sports can be enjoyed. Approximately 80 Snowmobile Sno-Parks are available Some non-motorized sports Sno-Parks have groomed trails and some have backcountry trails. Groomed trails include a tracked trail and sometimes a skating lane. Remember that Sno-Park plowing cannot be maintained without highway plowing. For this reason, under certain weather conditions, some Sno-Parks may not be cleared for vehicle parking until the highways have been cleared. Keep in mind it is against the law to park on highway interchanges. Permits for Non-motorized Sports Sno-Parks To park in a non-motorized sports Sno-Park, it is necessary to purchase one (and sometimes two) types of parking permits for your vehicle: a one-day permit, a seasonal permit and possibly a special groomed trails permit. In lieu of a Washingtion Sno-Park permit, Washington accepts the Idaho Park-n-Ski permit and the Oregon Snow Park permit on vehicles registered in those states. A Washington State licensed vehicle must have a Washington State Sno-Park permit.
The University Centers Online Social Activities Commuter and Resident Exchange Program (CARE) - Intramuralsports - Annual Muir airband concert - Ski and innertubing trips - Quarterly http://theuniversitycenters.ucsd.edu/html/commuterservices/
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Extractions: The timeless rhythm of moving water touches something in all of us. The Current and Jacks Fork rivers remain almost as wild and natural as the day Indians lightly trod the Ozark trails. We invite you to experience these magnificent Ozark National Scenic Riverways with us. Our facilities include canoes, tubes, camping, cabins, pool, dining, general store, hot showers, modern restrooms and electric hook-ups. Welcome to Akers Ferry Canoe Rental We are members of PPA, MCA, MCFA, MOARC, OHTA, FCMA, MTC and ARVC. For your safety no glass food or beverage containers may be possessed on the rivers, on trails, in caves or within 50 feet of the rivers. Missouri Hunting and Fishing Permits are available only at our Akers Ferry Canoe Rental store. We operate under a concession permit from the National Park Service and our canoe and tube liveries are inspected by the National Park Service. Current River Description Float Trips Camping River Map ... Driving Instructions Jacks Fork River Description Float Trips Camping River Map ... Driving Instructions Services Cabin Rental Group Lodging Innertubing Home Page Information Rates - Reservations - Refund Policy Discounts Safety on the River Contact Us ... Click here to get our brochure or send us e-mail ON THE CURRENT RIVER
Mt. Hood Skibowl 1.800.Skibowl Read about the seasonal activities available at this mountain recreation area. Watch video footage of various activities with RealPlayer. http://www.skibowl.com/
Extractions: PARK MAPS ACTIVITIES CAMPING AND FACILITIES ... GARVIN PARK HOME PAGE Check back for opening date. Garvin Park will open its tubing hill when mother nature has blanketed us with enough snow. The tubing hill is able to stay open all winter long thanks to the snow machine donated by Chet Johnson. Also, if you are the type that gets cold easily there is a warming house open for your use. Cost:
Extractions: B ack in the thirties, one of the most popular spots in Lyon County was a 27-acre track of woodland along the Cottonwood River. This park became a reality through the efforts of interested people, the Garvin Community Club, and Mr. H.C. Garvin a retired Winona businessman. In his youth, Mr. Garvin, was a station agent at Tracy for the Chicago Northwestern Railroad. He became the chief contributor of money and equipment for the park. As a result of the depression years, many men were out of work. Mr. Howard Bussard administered federal relief funds to pay a crew of men for the labor needed to create a park. Two log cabins were built, a ball diamond cleared, picnic tables built, fireplaces put in many locations and a swimming pool dredged.
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