Respecting riparian areas, including vegetation and wildlife, is a key part of enjoying
our natural areas now, and into the future.
Some Beneficial Management Practices for Recreational Users include:
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Camp away from shorelines to minimize impacts.
Stay on marked trails and practice “Leave No Trace” principles when visiting recreational sites.
Stop the spread of invasive species by cleaning footwear, wheels, and gear. For horses, use weed-free feed.
Keep your wheels out of water and wet areas to prevent damage to fish habitat or erosion and maintain water and soil health.
Know B4UGo, plan your route. Only travel on trails that are designated for your activity and do not have closure notices posted.
Be aware of property lines and vegetation beneath the surface which could be damaged by motorized vehicles in the winter season.