Off Highway Vehicles

Duncan Park

This small park is a study in contrasts. It borders Shoal Creek on the edge of Austin's downtown. On one side of 9th Street, the park's winding path and pleasant view of the creek provide a peaceful ...

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Orville A. Clark Park

Orville Clark Park is a beautiful natural area with access to the White Clay Creek. Nature Trails, Valley Stream ...

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Zachary Community Playfield

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Amenities: * Basketball * Parking (Off Road) * Disc Golf * Trails * Skating Rink * Warming ...

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Erwin Park

This 212-acre community park features natural wooded areas, 8.8 miles of mountain bike trail maintained by Dallas Off Road Bicycle Association, a fishing area, three picnic pavilions (reservation required), restrooms, playgrounds and lots of open ...

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Bald Hill Park

Bald Hill Park is a favorite of Corvallis residents. This park offers both a moderately level, 1.5 mile multi-modal path along the base of the hill and several miles of dirt and gravel foot trails that circle and climb to the summit of the hill, as well as connect ...

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Dwyer Park

This park featues swings, 1 basketball court and 3 soccer fields. 23.70 Acres. The renovated parking area allows for ample off road parking in the park. This parking area is accessable from University ...

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Where can I buy the pass for the national parks? (for Yosemite, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon) THANK YOU!!!
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You can either buy separate passes for each park (around $40 each) or the America the Beautiful--National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass ($80). The latter pass is good for any national park for an entire year. This link on Yosemite's website gives more description about the different types of passes.

http://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/feesandreservations.htm

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Updated ORV Regulations Effective February 2012

March 30, 2012, 7:10 am
The final special regulation for the management of off-road vehicle (ORV) use at Cape Hatteras National Seashore became effective on February 15, 2012. The new ORV management plan and regulation designate ORV routes (areas where ORV use is authorized) in a manner that will protect and preserve the unique ...

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Is it legal to remove dead scorro cactus from the desert
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Yes, it's illegal to remove elements from the eco-system of a National Park Service unit.  In nature, everything is interconnected, even in death.  As John Muir famously said, "When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe."  The cacti are a food source and provide nutrients to the soil.  I spoke to a ranger once about the rules prohibiting removal of fallen dear/elk antlers, which are shed each year by the animals.  I learned that the calcium in the antlers were a food source for small rodents, which in turn are eaten by increasingly larger animals.  All part of the circle of life.  So please don't remove dead cacti or other element from our parks.  Thanks!

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