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August Public Meetings Will Gather Input for Recreation Opportunities Analysis (ROA) Process

In August, Department of Natural Resources staff will gather input at five public open houses to shape future planning regarding outdoor recreation opportunities in northern and northeastern Wisconsin.In spring 2017, the DNR staff began the Recreation Opportunities Analysis process to collect information regarding existing outdoor-based recreation ...
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JUL
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Recreation Opportunity Analysis - Great Northwest Meetings

The Department of Natural Resources is underway on a study, known as the Recreation Opportunities Analysis, looking at existing outdoor-based recreation opportunities and future recreation needs in each region of the state. The study will identify future opportunities for providing high-quality recreation experiences and the potential role of depar...
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JUL
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Polk County Master Plan Amendment Meeting

Hello WATVA members, friends and riders:Earlier this week we posted a call to action for our riders / enthusiasts in Rusk County, taking place July 19th, which we posted on the 11th of July. For those folks in that general area, please plan to attend and show your support for our ATV & UTV community.We now have another call to action, asking yo...
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JUL
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Price County ATV/UTV Trail Report

City of Park Falls - CLOSURE - The Hwy 182 bridge (ATV & UTV route) in Park Falls is CLOSED for construction. It is expected to be closed through October 31, 2017. According to the Price County ATV Association there will be no alternate route available for ATVs and UTVs to cross the Flambeau River in the City of Park Falls. Riders ...
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JUN
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Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest Proposes Recreation Area Fee Changes

Dear National Forest Stakeholders:The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is proposing modest fee increases at 45 of our 50 developed campgrounds and new fees at nine day-use sites. Along with the new day-use fee sites, the Forest proposal increases the cost of the Forest Annual Pass from $20 to $30 and drops the current second half price pass. In ...
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