Boating

Tate's Hell State Forest

Tate's Hell State Forest is one continuous tract of land comprising over 202,000 acres. Tate's Hell State Forest is located in Franklin County, between the Apalachicola and Ochlockonee Rivers. The forest extends into the southeast corner of Liberty County, south of the Apalachicola National Forest and 1.5 miles northwest ...

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Goose Island Campground

This county park is an island in the Mississippi River and is in the heart of the La Crosse District of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge. It is a wonderful spot to spend a day or more exploring the area on land or by water. ...

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Sahara Woods State Fish and Wildlife Area

Sahara Woods, a portion of the Saline County Fish and Wildlife Area, is a hunting and fishing gem nestled in the woods just north of Carrier Mills. The 4,001-acre property was donated to Illinois Department of Natural Resources by Sahara Coal Company in 1998 and after an extensive reclamation program ...

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LaSalle Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area

LaSalle Lake, a manmade, 2,058-acre lake 8 miles southeast of Marseilles, is popular among anglers. Serving as a cooling lake for Commonwealth Edison's LaSalle Power Station, the lake is formed by levees that rise above the surrounding land. While this perched construction helps the lake catch the wind to ...

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LaSalle Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area

LaSalle Lake State Fish & Wildlife Area is dedicated to providing quality hunting and fishing opportunities while maintaining 3,797 acres hardwood forests, cropland and fallow fields, marshes, brush and open water. Bisected by the Kankakee River, LaSalle is an ideal stopover for migratory birds. The area around LaSalle was once ...

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Horn Pond Recreation Area

Horn Pond is a local hidden gem in Woburn, Massachusetts. Bring the whole family and enjoy nature walks, hiking, biking, photography and bird watching. Public parking and street parking is available as well as small boat ...

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Callaway Gardens

For more than 60 years, Callaway Gardens Eden-like splendor has been a "must see" destination. Some exciting recreational activities include the TreeTop Adventure, two championship golf courses, fishing and fly-fishing, tennis and extensive walking and bicycling trails. Other attractions include the Woodland Gardens, Birds of Prey shows, a world-class ...

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Fort Foster Park

A beautiful seaside park owned by the town of Kittery, Fort Foster offers three small beaches, an extensive trail system, picnic areas with restroom facilities and old military fortifications to explore. It has easy access for walking, small boating and features an excellent view of the entrance to Portsmouth ...

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