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Voyageurs National Park February 23, 2011 Winter Ice and Trails Report

Snowmobiling conditions in Voyageurs National Park along staked trails are in very good condition with portages groomed on a weekly basis. With the recent temperature changes the snow on the lake surfaces has settled eliminating the previous slush conditions. Some rough conditions exist along the trails so travelers should continue…


Illinois Bicycling Guide

There may be no better place to bicycle than in Illinois. From flat prairie land, to rolling hills, to towering bluffs to breathtaking river and lakefront views — Illinois has it all. If you haven’t been on a bicycle lately, you don’t know what you are missing. Hop on and…


Indiana’s Long Distance Trails

Trails selected for this website are 10 miles long or greater, have a natural trail surface, and most have camping available to enhance the wilderness experience. These long distance trails occur on properties managed by a variety of public agencies. Each agency has it’s own role to play in the…


2009-10 Off-Road Vehicle Grant Applications Available in Michigan

The Department of Natural Resources announced today that the 2009-10 Off Road Vehicle (ORV) trail grant applications are available to public agencies, nonprofit and incorporated clubs, and organizations. Applications are available for grants to maintain existing designated state ORV trails, routes and use areas; repair public lands damaged by inappropriate…


Candlelight Skis, Hikes Begin Jan. 3 in Wisconsin State Parks

MADISON – Some early snowfalls across Wisconsin that offered good skiing conditions in many areas are raising hopes that this will be another good season for the more than 25 candlelight skis or hikes that are scheduled at Wisconsin State Parks, Forests and Trails this winter. The first candlelight events…


Hill Country State Natural Area trail named ‘Most Challenging Ride’

BANDERA, Texas-Texas Horse Talk magazine readers have named a limestone trail through Hill Country State Natural Area the “Most Challenging Ride” in Texas. The trail, named Stair Step, leads horseback riders up a hill of narrow limestone steps, guaranteeing a perilous and exhilarating ride. “We [at the park] are proud…


Pennsylvania Governor Rendell Announces $44 Million Investiment in Recreation and Conservation Projects

HARRISBURG  — Residents will benefit from the investment of nearly $44 million for 316 conservation and recreation projects that are designed to help revitalize communities and protect natural resources, Governor Edward G. Rendell said today. “The health and vitality of our communities is reflected in the quality of their parks…


Kansas State Parks Offer Off Season Bargains

Cabins, reduced prices, uncrowded conditions make parks attractive in fall and winter PRATT — Summer is over, but for many outdoorsmen and women, that doesn’t mean the end of Kansas state park visitation. Many hunters and anglers — and even campers looking for a cool-season adventure — take advantage of…


“South Carolina Wildlife” TV show airs this month

Don’t miss the latest episode of “South Carolina Wildlife” television show on South Carolina Educational Television. Beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11, viewers will see a variety of outdoor pastimes and places, and get close-up views of some special plants and animals occurring in the Palmetto State. South Carolina…


Mississippi Recreational Trails Program Application

Dear Potential RTP Applicant: The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks (MDWFP) is pleased to announce the availability of grant funds through the Recreational Trails Program. With this letter, I encourage any city, county, state and/or federal agency, college/university, recreation district, or nonprofit conservation organization to apply for Recreational…