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 By Carol L Allen    Events   

On The Cover October 2019

In many parts of our country, summer warmth has turned into crisp, cool fall weather. However, in the Southwest, we have an extended season of time to spend in and on the water and to enjoy many...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Events    

On The Cover September 2019

Finally cool weather is ahead and along with that are some great autumn events. Now is the transition time to fall and winter outdoor activities, including all that is available on local deserts,...

 
 By AZBW    Boating    September 1, 2019 

National Marine Sanctuary Safety

New video outlines the unique precautions required when heading offshore to a marine sanctuary. The NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries include more than 600,000 square miles of marine protected areas,...

 
 By Jim Allen    Boating    September 1, 2019 

BoatUS App's New 'Connect to Local Towing Captains'

BoatUS App's New 'Connect to Local Towing Captains' feature shortens response time. When boats break down on the water, run aground or run out of fuel, many recreational boaters use the free BoatUS...

 

Lake Powell Fish Report: 8/28/19

Quality of life is measured by amount of time spent fishing. As I returned from vacation, we had an assignment to catch 60 striped bass for the annual disease re-certification, to ensure that Lake...

 

Apache Lake - Worth the Drive

Apache Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Arizona, and because the road is not paved, Apache rarely gets crowded, even in summer. Fishing can be awesome here, with largemouth and smallmouth ba...

 
 By GCNP    RVing    July 1, 2019

Bright Angel Trailhead

Grand Canyon National Park's summer season has begun; plan ahead to make the most of your trip! Trip Planning Tips Save time and purchase your entrance pass online! With Your Pass Now visitors can...

 
 By AZBW    Boating    June 1, 2019

JBL's Apex Powersports Amplifiers

JBL's new Apex Powersports Amplifiers from Prospec Electronics pack a high-performance punch, yet are small enough to fit into the palm of a hand. Easily hidden on a golf cart, motorcycle, ATV/UTV or...

 
 By AZBW    RVing    June 1, 2019

Iosso Vinyl and Leather Cleaner

Whether its home is on water, pavement, snow or a dirt trail, one of the first signs recreational equipment is aging is that its vinyl, leather, plastic or rubber is looking old and tired. Sun, heat,...

 

Maricopa County Parks Fire Ban

The Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department initiated its annual fire ban at the first of May. “Given the abundance of rain we’ve received this year, we’ve had an outstanding wildflower...

 
 By Margie Anderson    RVing    June 1, 2019

Two Pretty, Easy Trails

We started taking our granddaughters hiking with us when they were five or six years old, so I know how important it is to find great hikes that are pretty, but easy enough for short legs. This time...

 
 By Jim Allen    RVing    June 1, 2019

Ground Fault Receptacle

The electrical receptacles on a RV can easily be compromised due to corrosion or the rugged conditions that exist in outdoors environments. Hubbell's new Extra Heavy-Duty Ground Fault Receptacle is...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    May 1, 2019

AZGFD Warns Of Possible Rabies

AZGFD Warns Of Possible Rabies Exposure As Temperatures Warm Spring has sprung, temperatures are trending upward and people and pets are on the move outdoors - that means potential exposure to rabies...

 
 By GCNP    RVing    May 1, 2019

Grand Canyon National Park Is Rebuilding Maswik South Lodge

Starting in early April, 2019 Xanterra South Rim, L.L.C., a concessionaire within Grand Canyon National Park, has begun fulfilling a contractual obligation to rebuild the Maswik South lodging complex...

 
 By AZBW    Camping    May 1, 2019

Family Campout

Join us on a family campout to learn the ropes of camping and experience all the fun of being in the outdoors! 2019 Spring Dates • May 11-12 - River Island State Park – Parker • May 18-19 -...

 
 By WOT    Events   

Arizona - Clay Springs Area Burn

Monday and Tuesday, May 6-7, 2019 PHOENIX, May 3, 2019-For Immediate Release. Tonto National Forest fire specialists will conduct prescribed fire treatments on approximately 820 acres northeast of...

 
 By GCNP    Events   

Grand Canyon Star Party

Grand Canyon, AZ - The twenty-ninth annual Grand Canyon Star Party will be held Saturday, June 22 through Saturday, June 29, 2019 on the South and North Rims of Grand Canyon National Park. Amateur...

 

Lake Powell Report

Quality of life is measured by amount of time spent fishing. The snow and rain continue providing the moisture, and eventually the runoff, needed to allow the lake to rise back to the levels that...

 
 By GCNP    Events   

Grand Canyon Earth Day

Grand Canyon, AZ - Grand Canyon National Park invites the public to celebrate the 49th anniversary of Earth Day during National Park Week with free entrance on Saturday, April 20, 2019. All Earth Day...

 
 By GCNP    RVing    April 1, 2019

Maswik South Lodge Being Rebuilt

Grand Canyon, AZ- Starting on approximately April 8, 2019 Xanterra South Rim, L.L.C., a concessionaire within Grand Canyon National Park, will be fulfilling a contractual obligation to rebuild the...

 
 By Carol L. Allen    Events   

On The Cover - March 2019

Thanks again to Bob Brown of Media Direction for the featured photo. The "cover girl" for this issue shows the form for fun in the water as the weather warms. Yes, it's boating season again in the...

 
 By USCG    Boating    March 1, 2019

United States Coast Guard Findings of Concern 006-19

Purpose. The U.S. Coast Guard issues Findings of Concern (FoC) to disseminate information related to unsafe conditions that investigators identified as causal factors in a casualty and could...

 

Arizona - Three Winter Hikes

Jewel Of The Creek – Dragonfly Trail (Easy) Jewel of the Creek is a 26.6-acre preserve that protects a beautiful riparian area - one of the last remaining perennial streams in Maricopa County. The...

 
 By WDFW    Wildlife    February 1, 2019

Washington Fish And Wildlife Commission Cancels Saturday Meeting Due To Weather

OLYMPIA – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is canceling its meeting on Saturday, Feb. 9, due to an expected winter storm. The commission, a citizen panel appointed by the governor to set...

 
 By WOT    Events   

Ariz. - Wintry Weather Leads To Closures On Tonto

PHOENIX, February 21, 2019 — For Immediate Release – Forest officials are temporarily closing some roads and facilities on the Tonto National Forest due to extreme winter weather conditions....

 

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