Off Highway Vehicles

Captain Cook State Recreation Area

Captain Cook State Recreation Area offers a peaceful setting of forests, lakes, streams and saltwater beaches. From canoeing and boating on Stormy Lake to beachcombing on Cook Inlet's tide-swept shores, bird watching, berry picking, and wildlife observation, the opportunities are ...

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Chugach State Park

Beyond the foothills at Anchorage's edge lies the third largest state park in America - a half-million acres of some of the most accessible hiking, skiing, camping, wildlife viewing, snowmachining, rafting, and climbing in Alaska. The mountainous backdrop to Anchorage is breath taking. The Chugach foothills are a beacon ...

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Anchor River State Recreation Area and Stariski State Recreation Site

The first written descriptions of the land and people of the Kenai Peninsula are found in the 1778 journals from the British sponsored expedition of Captain James Cook. According to legend, Anchor Point got its name when Captain Cook lost an anchor near the mouth of the river. Homesteading ...

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Weinberg-King State Park

Weinberg-King State Fish and Wildlife Area is an area of rolling hills with a meandering creek in western Illinois. The 772-acre State Fish & Wildlife Area, donated to the state by Mrs. Gertrude K. Allen in 1968, provides opportunities for fishing, hunting and particularly horseback ...

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William G. Stratton State Park

William G. Stratton State Park is an Illinois state park in Grundy County, Illinois, United States. It is named after Illinois Governor William Stratton, and was developed in 1959. It is possessed of a jet-ski landing area, and it is bounded by the Illinois and Michigan Canal State ...

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Wolf Creek State Park

Eight miles northwest of Windsor, Wolf Creek State Park encompass 11,100 acres of water, 250 miles of shoreline and large tracts of carefully maintained indigenous woodlands ideal for camping, horseback riding, snowmobiling, boat fishing, water skiing, pontoon boating and windsurfing. In addition to visiting the small, friendly wooded campgrounds or ...

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Sand Ridge State Forest

For those who think central Illinois is one big corn field, Sand Ridge State Forest will come as a very pleasant surprise. The forest is an island in a sea of agriculture. Just minutes southwest of Peoria, this 7,200-acre, the largest of Illinois' State Forests, boasts sweeping expanses of ...

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Hennepin Canal Parkway State Park

Want a peaceful, relaxing day of picnicking, hiking, fishing and good old fashioned family fun? Hennepin Canal Parkway State Park is just the place you're looking for. Spend the day and bring a picnic lunch along. There are plenty of picnic tables at the 104.5-mile linear park which spans ...

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Franklin Creek State Park

Franklin Creek State Natural Area is located in Lee County, one mile northwest of the village of Franklin Grove and eight miles east of Dixon just north of Illinois Route 38. The beautiful Franklin Creek flows throughout the 882 -acre park. Several large natural springs, hardwood forests, bedrock outcroppings, ...

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Mount Magazine State Park

At 2,753-feet, Mount Magazine is Arkansas's highest mountain, rising dramatically above the broad valleys of the Petit Jean River to the south and the Arkansas River to its north. Graced with timeless natural beauty, this plateau-a remnant of an ancient sea floor-runs east-west stretching six miles long and up ...

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