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Tag Archives: Outdoor Recreation

Safety Advisory Issued for Swimmers, Canoeists, Kayakers: N.H. River Conditions Remain Dangerous

CONCORD, N.H. — A safety advisory urging extreme caution to be used by swimmers, canoeists and kayakers on the state’s rivers and streams was issued jointly today by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and the New Hampshire Department of Safety’s office…


Colorado DOW Schedules Three Free Archery Clinics In Lamar

The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) will hold three free archery clinics at the DOW Office at 2500 S. Main in Lamar for adults or youth interested in learning more about the sport of archery.   The dates are Aug. 26, Sept. 9, and Sept. 23.   The Aug. 26…


Entire Length of Tunnel Hill State Trail Open Again In Southern Illinois

Sections of Southern Illinois Trail Damaged in Storms Last Winter VIENNA, ILL. – The first phase of repairs have been completed on sections of the Tunnel Hill State Trail in southern Illinois that had sustained significant damage in a series of storms last winter, allowing access to the entire length…


Hiking, Backpacking Seminars Set for 5 Rivers In Alabama

Author and renowned outdoors enthusiast Joe Cuhaj of the Alabama Hiking Trail Society will conduct a series of hiking and backpacking seminars at 5 Rivers – Alabama’s Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort.   Daphne’s Cuhaj, who penned “Hiking Alabama” and co-authored “Paddling Alabama,” will offer advice and discuss hiking…


Hunting Heritage Workshop Offered at NC State University Centennial Campus

RALEIGH, N.C. – A hunting heritage workshop at the Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education will take a look at the popular and important outdoor recreation. The three-hour interactive course on Wednesday, Aug. 6, from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. is designed for both educators and other adults who are…


Minnesota State Parks Responds to Studies That Show Camping Does Not Come ‘Naturally’ To Some

When focus group participants were asked to name some things that kept them from going camping, many said they simply didn’t know how to camp. The focus group sessions were conducted last year by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Division of Parks and Recreation. “This came as somewhat…


PaddleQuest 2008 Coming to Deer Creek State Park

Event sponsored by Gander Mountain and ODNR COLUMBUS, OH – Paddle Quest 2008, a series of events that promote canoeing and kayaking in Ohio, is coming to Deer Creek State Park in Pickaway County on Saturday, June 28, beginning at 10 a.m. Paddle Quest 2008 is sponsored by Gander Mountain…


Learn to Canoe at Lewis and Clark Recreation Area

YANKTON, S.D. – Lewis and Clark Recreation Area will host Canoeing 101 on July 7, designed to teach participants the basics of canoeing. Trained professionals from the National Park Service will teach participants stroke techniques, how to properly get in and out of the canoe, safety measures and other basic…


Great Bay Discovery Center Offers 2008 Kayak Tours of Great Bay

GREENLAND, N.H. — Looking for a summer adventure?  Join staff of the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve on kayak tours in the Great Bay Estuary, where you can watch osprey diving for fish, herons gracefully glide overhead and learn what makes the Great Bay Estuary one of the most…


New Chance to Support Wildlife in Alabama

For over a half century, Alabama hunters have paid for the majority of the management of wildlife species through their purchases of hunting licenses and hunting related merchandise. Now there is an opportunity for non-hunters such as bird watchers, hikers and canoeists to support wildlife by purchasing Alabama’s new Wildlife…