3 edition of Washington state outdoor recreation guide, 1980 found in the catalog.
Washington state outdoor recreation guide, 1980
|Contributions||Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Explore Washington's state parks in this new edition with up-to-date park information. *Completely revised to reflect the Washington state outdoor recreation guide of new parks and park closings *Expanded to include Point Doughty, Obstruction Pass, Griffin Bay, and Upright Channel, all in the San Juan Islands *Updated information on facilities, recreation, fees, and more Marge and Ted Mueller offer the.
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There is also a section that includes permits, applications and forms. You may print these documents or view them online. To request printed copies, please call () between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. A Beginner's 1980 book to Safer Paddling-USCG.
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vi Economic Analysis of Outdoor Recreation in Washington State Glossary of Terms Used in this Study Economic Terms Recreation-related Expenditures—The total amount of money spent on outdoor recreation, including equipment, travel and lodging, entrance fees, and food and beverages, among others.
Acquisition of habitat conservation and outdoor recreation lands. 79A Recreation and conservation funding board. 79A Washington state horse park. 79A Washington state recreation trails system.
79A Conveyances for persons in recreational activities. 79A Skiing and commercial ski activity. 79A Public lands for state or. Licenses & Permits. Whether fishing, hunting, or just getting outside for the weekend, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife helps thousands make the most of this amazing state every year.
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Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz leads DNR in managing diverse recreation across million acres of state trust lands – that includes everything from hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding to paragliding, rock climbing, and off-road vehicle riding.
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Both the Olympics and the Cascades offer countless places for outdoor activities, whether you’re interested in hardcore climbing or mountain biking or just looking for a peaceful hike through a stand of old-growth forest or a good spot for a family picnic.
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The urban-oriented traveler will find a host of attractions and activities including concerts, festivals, dance and theatre. The outdoor-oriented visitor will enjoy a wide variety of activities including bicycling, hiking.
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