Campfire restrictions are in place on the Okanogan Wenatchee National Forest- which means campfires are only allowed in designated fire rings.
[6/30/17] National Safe Boating Council Says 4th Of July Is Highest Boating Traffic Weekend Of Summer
Last year, 76% of fatal boating accidents were drowning, and of those– 85% were not wearing a life jacket.
It’s also a good idea to check road conditions and traffic before hitting the road.
[6/27/17] No Fireworks On National Forest
There is currently no campfire restrictions in place on the Okangoan-Wenatchee Forest, but, that will likely happen this summer.
Visitors will once again have access to the entire 38 mile length of the Entiat River Road.
fishing licenses are not required of anyone to fish in Washington.
The project is expected to continue today and into early next week.
[5/23/17] You Are Invited To Attend A Meeting With Forest Managers On Opening Road In Upper Stehekin Valley
Tonight’s meeting will be held at 6pm at Campbell’s in the River Room- that’s on the south side of Woodin Avenue.
[5/23/17] Water Safety Tips #2
The pool and the beach are great places to learn new skill, socialize, and check out everyone’s new bathing suit. So don’t let paying attention to safety turn you off. Being prepared will make you feel more comfortable and in charge.
It’s a real thing, and, for those planning to hit the water this summer, it’s an important law to understand.