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Main Page - Ochlockonee River State Park » Florida State Parks
Camping, swimming, boating, and nature hikes. Includes fees, activities, and
photo gallery.

  • These seeds will be used in our restoration efforts at Bald Point State Park

  • Large areas of the park are covered in Wire Grass these areas are now blooming heavily because of the burns

  • These conditions provide a great opportunity to catch many of the salt water species within the park boundaries

  • Blue Crabs are abundant in the park at this time

  • If you enjoy birding- wild turkeys and red-cockaded Woodpeckers can be viewed from the park’s trails

  • Please come visit us at Ochlockonee River State Park and enjoy a multitude of recreational opportunities

  • - Kevin Patton, Park Manager Welcome to Ochlockonee River State Park This jewel of a park is a great place to get away for a weekend or a weeklong vacation

  • Trails allow visitors to explore the park and see the diverse wildlife, including the red-cockaded woodpecker, and natural communities such as pine flatwoods and oak thickets

  • Both freshwater and saltwater fish inhabit the waters around the park, including largemouth bass, bream, catfish and speckled perch

  • For Information about Ochlockonee River State Park, please call 850-962-2771

    Montana Whitewater - Rafting, Kayaking, Canoeing Rivers near ...
    rafting on the Yellowstone and Gallatin Rivers.

  • Yellowstone National Park's Whitewater Rafting Experts! The is a deep, wide river that runs through Paradise Valley near Mammoth, YNP


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    Ohio's Historic Canals, Canal Society Of Ohio
    Provides information on Ohio's 1000-mile network of navigable canals, constructed
    between 1825 and 1847. Site includes list of places where canals still remain.

  • Deep Lock Quarry Metro Park, 1 mile S of SR 303 along Riverview Road

  • Lock 2 Park at Buchtel Avenue one block W of Main Street

  • Public park, canal museum, restored canalboat dry dock

  • Towpath walk and footbridge on site of Walhonding Aqueduct lead from Roscoe through Lake Park

  • Picnicking and boating at the state park

  • Stone masonery locks 11, 12 and 13 and a relocated covered bridge in Lockville Park along Pickerington Road

  • Lock 22 and a portion of canal bed in Blacklick Park at east end of Blacklick Street

  • Lock 30 in village park N from Commerce Street at Denny Street

  • Riverside Park, off SR 73, S of US 52, W of Portsmouth

  • Side Cut Metropark, W of Maumee off US 24

  • Farnsworth, Bend View and Providence Metroparks are interconnected by an 8-mile hiking trail along the towpath leading to Providence Dam

  • Mary Jane Thurston State Park on SR 65 provides access to Grand Rapids Dam and the adjacent guard lock for the Gilead Side Cut to Grand Rapids

  • Independence Dam State Park on SR 424

  • The Miami and Erie Trail, a 40-mile long section of the old towpath, extends southward from Delphos to Lake Loramie State Park

    Connecticut River Valley Tourism - CT River Valley & Connecticut ...
    Includes information on tourism, local history, attractions, restaurants, lodging,
    shopping, boating, recreation and maps.

  • Cappitella com Friday night 7PM - Tattoo Party at Debits Field! Satuirday - Noon - Parade! An event NOT TO BE MISSED! Annual Fife and Drum Muster Parade Colonial Revolutionary Period Over 16 , 000 marchers & spectators! Parade - NOON - July 15, 2006 - Aug 18, 19, 20 Hamburg CT Location: Lyme Grange Fair Association Contact person name: Marita Rand Contact Phone: 1-860-434-1459 Church House Concert Series in Haddam, CT! Photo by: Debi Friedlander Musician: Ember Swift NY Times Article on Gillette Castle State Park (Castle open May to Sept) Chester Connecticut's Annual Four on the 4th Road Race About 700 runners take on the hilly 4 mile course through Chester CT

  • See below for our complete web site Directory A Civil War Monument located on the Boston Post Road (Route 1) in a small park in Clinton CT

  • Interesting spot to park a sail boat

    MISSISSIPPI hiking camping swimming skinny dipping river creek ...
    Provides information about each swimming area, the location and directions.
    Also lists activities, facilities and fees if applicable.

  • Some great swimming hole LINKS for this State: >NATCHEZ TRACE PKWY' onMouseOver='self.status='OWENS CREEK FALLS>>NATCHEZ TRACE PKWY'; return true'> >I-20' onMouseOver='self.status='SHONGELO>>I-20'; return true'> >I-55' onMouseOver='self.status='BOGUE CHITTO WATER PARK>>I-55'; return true'> >I-20 & I-59' onMouseOver='self.status='DUNNS FALLS WATER PARK>>I-20 & I-59'; return true'> BLACK CREEK AREA [2 PLACES] (BLAC) NO PHOTO TOWNS HATTIESBURG, BROOKLYN STATE MS WATER Black Creek TYPE Creek DESCRIPTION Cool, shady Black Creek (a National Scenic River) winds through Desoto National Forest (south of Hattiesburg), northwest and southeast through Brooklyn

  • CONFIDENCE Pretty confident VERIFIED No DATE UPDATED 2/21/2005 BOGUE CHITTO WATER PARK (BOGU) NO PHOTO A Family-Friendly TOWNS McCOMB LAT, LON [NAD27] lat=31.16167, lon=-90.27867(source: DeLorme) (accuracy:approximate) STATE MS WATER Bogue Chitto River TYPE River DESCRIPTION Swimming place in river (at own risk)

  • AREAS Bogue Chitto Water Park SANCTION Official FEE Yes FACILITIES Picnic tables, Toilets, Bath house ACTIVITIES Swimming, Tubing PHONE 601-684-9568 CAMPING Camping at site

    Silver Springs
    350 acres includes glass bottom boats, children's playland, petting zoo, and
    botanical gardens. General information, attraction overview, special events, ...

  • Silver Springs is a 350 acre nature theme park that surrounds the headwaters of the beautiful Silver River, the largest artesian spring formation in the world

  • Benefits

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    Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp/Resort Portage
    Located in Portage on 110 acres, offers full hook-up sites on 22 acres. Offers lake,
    fishing, boating, mini-golf, pools, tennis and volleyball.

  • Award Winning Facility 1978 - 2005 Franchise Operator of the Year Award 2005 For reservations call: 1-800-558-2954 and follow the prompters and enter code #128 or Email or (219)762-7757 Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park ™ WHERE YOU CAMP WITH FRIENDS Celebrating our 28th Anniversary 2006 Dear Camping Families, Take advantage of all the good-time events planned for the whole family at Portage Jellystone Park™

  • Visit area attractions like the Indiana Dunes, Lake Michigan, River boats, Deep River Waterpark, Chicago Museums, Shed Aquarium, Art Shows, Lighthouse Place outlets, Historical sites, Festivals, Brookfield Zoo, Holiday Star Plaza Theater and then head on back to the camp resort for lots of planned activities

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    Zion National Park, Utah | GORP
    Provides information on park travel and recreation.

  • | Search: from Related Guides Popular Cities in Utah Activities Places Nearby Camping & Lodging Weather Transportation Trips & Tours Books & Maps Online Reservations for Zion Lodge from Outside Online PARKS Zion National Park Utah With the competition Zion faces from its neighboring national parks in the American Southwest—Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Canyonlands—just standing out in this esteemed crowd would seem to require some noteworthy scenery

  • Sun-scorched cliffs at Zion National Park Photo © John Clet Jones Greater West Images Like the Grand Canyon to its south, Zion has grandeur, and like Bryce Canyon to its northeast, Zion has delicately sculpted rock

  • Plus, within the park's 229 square miles lies a spectacular cliff-and-canyon playground

  • Or drive along the basement of the park, gradually making your way through tunnels or 'windows' and up the face of the huge canyons

  • For the most fun in Zion National Park, try these GORP picks: Drive the Mount Carmel Highway To get a feel for the full personality of Zion, take a tour along the Mount Carmel Highway

    Kickapoo State Park
    With 22 lakes and access to the Middle Fork River, Kickapoo State Park, near
    Danville in Vermilion County, is known for the opportunities it provides for ...

  • DNR Links Search DNR Illinois Kickapoo - State Recreation Area Kickapoo - State Recreation Area 10906 Kickapoo Park Road Oakwood, IL 61858 217.442.4915 | Where in Illinois can you go running or hiking, canoeing, fishing for trout, camping, hunting or scuba diving -- all against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty? Kickapoo State Recreation Area near Danville in Vermilion County, that's where

  • The park apparently was the first in the nation built on strip-mined land, and one of the first to be subsidized through public contributions

  • Archaeological excavations have provided evidence of a prehistoric village on the Middle Fork River near the park that was home to Native Americans of the Woodland and Mississippian cultures between A.D

  • Additional settlers from the area are interred in the All hands Cemetery, just east of the main park pavilion

  • Between 1850 and about 1940, much of the Kickapoo State Park area was strip-mined for coal

  • The spoil piles and mine pits left behind after nearly a century of mining was the legacy from which nature had to recover to transform Kickapoo State Park into the outdoor playground it is today

    Cave-In-Rock State Park
    Offers information on boating, camping, hiking, and picnicking along with restaurant
    and lodging, marina, history and directions.

  • DNR Links Search DNR Illinois Cave-In-Rock - State Park #1 New State Park Rd

  • Sitting atop the high bluffs overlooking the scenic Ohio River, the heavily wooded park is named for the 55-foot-wide cave that was carved out of the limestone rock by water thousands of years ago

  • In 1929, the State of Illinois acquired 64.5 acres for a park that since has increased to 204 acres

  • The well-wooded, 60-foot-high hills and the rugged bluffs along the river - commanding expansive views of the famous waterway - became Cave-In-Rock State Park

  • Hiking In addition to the natural splendor of the cave itself, the park contains two established hiking trails of moderate difficulty, plus numerous unmarked trails for exploration and appreciation of tranquil forests and inspiring views

  • Picnicking For the day visitor, ample parking is provided by five separate lots

  • There are three developed playground areas for children; and shaded picnic areas situated throughout the park provide tables, grills, water hydrants and drinking fountains

  • There are four large picnic shelters for group gatherings and firewood is available on request from the park attendants


    Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
    State library historical perspective.

  • Guilford Courthouse National Military Park Guilford Courthouse National Military Park 'Another such victory would destroy the British Army.' --Charles James Fox The Battle of Guilford Courthouse, fought March 15, 1781, marked the beginning of the end of the Revolutionary struggle

  • Inscribed on the Nathanael Greene monument in the park is this statement on the significance of the battle by C

    Parksville,RV Park,Campground,camping,pool,showers,Vancouver Island
    Park description, list of services, rates, calendar of events, photos, map, and
    information about area activities.

  • Parrys RV Park Welcome to Parrys RV Park , a beautiful, secluded, family oriented, RV Park and Campground along the Englishman River

  • We are centrally located in Parksville, on Vancouver Island , British Columbia, Canada

  • Enjoy camping and RVing in our park-like setting with the convenience of being only 5 minutes from sandy ocean beaches, shopping and golf

  • Our resort like park is approved by Tourism BC, Woodall's, CAA/AAA, and Good Sam Parks

  • Our well maintained park offers you a heated swimming-pool, washrooms with hot showers, laundry, children's playground, horseshoe pits, bicycle rentals, badminton, volleyball, and basketball

  • Consider us for a convenient stop-over on your way to Port Alberni, Tofino, Ucluelet, Long Beach , Pacific Rim National Park , Courtenay, Comox, Campbell River or other spots on Northern Vancouver Island

  • Parrys RV Park - 380 Martindale Road, Parksville, BC, V9P 1R7 Tel: (250) 248-6242 Email: This page along with all its linked pages, contents and images are copyrighted

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    Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park
    West of New Liskeard. Canadian Shield land, old-growth pine forests, 25 m waterfall.
    Backcountry white-water canoeing. No facilities.

  • Natural Features This spectacular wilderness park encompasses rugged topography, clear lakes and rushing rivers

  • Lawrence and the Boreal forests, the park has a wide range of vegetation types

  • Park Facilities and Activities The particular ruggedness of the park's terrain must not be taken lightly

  • All private aircraft require a landing permit from Ontario Parks at (705) 569-3205

  • Park Class Size IUCN# Location Operating Park 72, 400 ha Yes For more information: Finlayson Point Provincial Park P.O

    Wisconsin Attractions: Canoeing and Kayaking Rivers
    Map of Wisconsin paddling rivers with a paragraph of information about each one.

  • Access is available at many parks along the river

  • The official canoe landing in Sparta is located across from Fisherman's Park and a county landing is located east of Rockland at Sixth Drive

  • Further west, the thirteen miles from the West Salem Dam to Riverside Park in La Crosse travels through tall pine stands, small rapids and the La Crosse River Marsh

  • Access sites include two county landings and Veterans Memorial Park

  • Lower Wisconsin River The Wisconsin River flows 430 miles across the state from Lac Vieux Desert in northern Wisconsin to its junction with the Mississippi River ar Wyalusing State Park in southwestern Wisconsin

  • Access is available at parks and dams

  • Access is available at numerous county parks

    The Hudson River Estuary Program
    Information about this major estuarine system of New York state and activities
    to study and protect it.

  • The DEC serves as program manager in a collaboration that includes New York State's Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Department of State, Office of General Services, and Department of Transportation, the Metro-North Railroad, the Hudson River Greenway, the Hudson River Foundation, Cornell University, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, and a citizen advisory committee

  • $29.7 million in additional funds from the Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act have been approved for open space, municipal and state park improvements, the investigation and cleanup of brownfields, state facilities environmental compliance projects, and small community wastewater treatment projects

  • $105 million from the EPF for development of the Hudson River Park, administered by the Hudson River Park Trust, including funding for SFY 2005-06

  • $10 million from the Port Authority of NY and NJ for SFY 2005-06 to help complete construction of the Hudson River Park

    Martinak State Park
    Find park hours and information, trail map, and camping reservations.

  • | Martinak State Park George Martinak deeded this land of forests, fields and marsh to the state in 1961 for preservation as a recreational facility and a natural area for the enjoyment of all

  • The area around the park has hardwood and pine forests on the Choptank River and Watts Creek

  • This event is sponsored by Caroline County 4-H, Caroline County Recreation and Parks and Martinak State Park

  • Summer Junior Rangers Junior Rangers! This program is one of several efforts by the Maryland Park Service providing young people with conservation information, environmental education and recreational experiences

  • The Martinak State Park Nature Center will be holding a weekly Junior Rangers program for children between the ages of 7-12

  • To register, please call the park office at 410-820-1668

  • Summer Park Pals Park Pals! A program geared for 4-6 year-olds featuring games, snacks, stories, and other fun nature-related activities

  • To register, please call the park office at 410-820-1668

  • Check with park personnel for current rates

  • Cabins: Martinak State Park boasts four camper cabins and one full service cabin

    Smallwood State Park
    Includes marina on Mattawoman Creek, a tributary of the Potomac River, fishing,
    picnicking, camping, and a historic area.

  • | Smallwood State Park Smallwood was the home of, a Revolutionary War officer who was the 4th Governor of Maryland

  • Besides the restored house, the 628 acre park offers a marina, boat launching ramps, a picnic area, camping area, pavilions, a recycled tire playground and nature trails

  • Smallwood State Park was dedicated in September 1958, as a historic park

  • At the time, the park consisted of 30 acres of land which included the Retreat House and the grave site of General William Smallwood

  • Smallwood State Park takes its name from General William Smallwood, a native born Charles Countian

  • Picnicking -- Picnic tables and grills are available at the Sweden Point Concession area and at various points in the historic area of the park

  • For a current tournament listing, tournament rules, weigh station guidelines or to book a tournament please contact the park office at 301-743-7613

  • Accessibility -- Smallwood State Park offers an accessible fishing pier, marina office, campground bathhouses, shelters, six camper cabins and day use comfort stations

  • For additional accessible amenities in Maryland State Forests and Parks, visit the section of this website

    TPWD: Garner State Park
    Includes history, facilities, area attractions, and directions.

  • Garner State Park Links: ( 227.8 KB ) ( 658 KB )

  • You can also make, or Parks & Historic Sites - Anchor Links: Garner State Park HCR #70 Box 599 Concan TX 78838 830/232-6132 History: Garner State Park is 1419.8 acres (10 water acres of the Frio River) of recreational facilities in northern Uvalde County

  • Garner State Park is found in the northern part of Uvalde County

  • Located thirty miles north of Uvalde and seven miles north of Con Can, Garner State Park has ten acres of riverfront

  • The park, was acquired in 1934-36 and was named for John Nance Garner (Cactus Jack) of Uvalde, who served as Vice-president of the United States from 1933-41

  • The (CCC) made the park’s original improvements

  • The park offers camping, hiking, nature study, picnicking, canoeing, fishing, swimming in the Frio River (unsupervised), seasonal miniature golf, paddle boat and kayak rentals (mid-March through Labor Day weekend), bike riding (surfaced)

  • ( 227.8 KB ) ( 658 KB ) Flora/Fauna: The park has an abundance of White-tailed and Axis deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Morning Dove, Eastern Bluebirds, Golden-cheeked Warblers, Black Rocks Squirrels, Fox Squirrels, Raccoons, and many other animal species


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