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Chena River State Recreation Area management plan

Chena River State Recreation Area management plan

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Published by Northern Area State Parks, Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Dept. of Natural Resources in [Anchorage, Alaska] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Recreation areas -- Alaska -- Fairbanks Region,
  • Outdoor recreation -- Alaska -- Fairbanks Region,
  • Parks -- Alaska -- Fairbanks Region

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCRSRA management plan
    StatementNorthern Area State Parks, Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Department of Natural Resources.
    ContributionsAlaska. Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV191.42.A4 C44 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 149 p. :
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16890962M
    LC Control Number2008379000

      Solarize Fairbanks Making it Easier and More Affordable to Go Solar in Fairbanks! Solarize Fairbanks is a volunteer effort with support from Alaska Center for Energy and Power, Cold Climate Housing Research Center, Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition, Information Insights, Native Movement, The Alaska Center, and the Northern Alaska Environmental Center. We are a . The new trail was one of the recommendations made in the update of the Chena River State Recreation Area Management Plan, as was the plan .

    Colorado Creek Trail @ Chena River State Recreation Area (Multi-use) Colorado Creek Trail currently inaccessible due to unprecedented snowfall and poor conditions. Call State Parks Northern Region office for updates: Location: Fairbanks, AK Chena River State Recreation Area is a ,acre (1, km 2) state park in the U.S. state of Alaska, located east of recreation area is centered on the Chena ties include campgrounds, hiking, ATV, snowmachine and sled dog trails, a shooting range, fishing ponds, and several public-use cabins. Fishing for Arctic grayling is catch-and-release only in the river.

    Chena River State Rec Area we went through this on the way up to Chena Hot Springs, our goal. it is a beautiful area, with many trails, low mountains, the Angel Rocks area, and an old time lodge where we stopped for chili, near Angel Rocks. we also explored at least one lake, that had camping, and fire /5(). In September , two poems were installed at the Chena River State Recreation Area: “The Blue Fish,” by Frank Soos, and “Poem of the Forgotten,” by the late John Haines, both of Fairbanks. "Poem of the Forgotte n" by the late John Haines was installed near the Northfork public use cabin in Chena River State Recreation Area.


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Chena River State Recreation Area management plan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chena River SRA Management Plan Complete Plan (pdf – 27MB) Because of the size of this document, it has been divided into the smaller documents listed below for your convenience.

Wildlife is everywhere - animals add the wild touch. Wildlife in Chena River State Recreation Area ranges from small animals like the squirrel, willow grouse and beaver, to large animals like bear and moose. Perhaps an eagle may be sighted soaring overhead. This is a premier place to find wildlife without roaming too far from Fairbanks.

Chena River State Recreation Area is a park for all seasons, with square miles of forests, rivers, and alpine tundra. Whether you prefer a day hike or rock climb at Granite Tors, to harness up the dog team and escape into the snowy horizon or ride a 4-wheeler along a forest trail, this recreation area has something for everyone.

Chena River State Recreation Area encompasses square miles of rivers, forests, and alpine tundra. You can hike, bike, dogsled, ski, horseback ride, skijor, snowmachine, 4-wheel, or snowshoe on over miles of maintained Size: 3MB.

Sixes River Special Recreation Area Management Area Recreation Area Management Plan Environmental Assessment OR Background. The Bureau of Lan. d Management (BLM), Coos Bay District, prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA OR) to analyze a proposal for implementing a Recreation Area.

Chena River State Recreation Area, Fairbanks: Hours, Address, Chena River State Recreation Area Chena River State Recreation Area management plan book /5 Get the full experience and book a tour. Recommended. Our most popular tours and activities local homeless to hang out and get high" or "dirty park" or "lots of drugs and trash laying about" are talking about Chena LAKE /5().

The park is on the right along the river. Description - Chena River State Recreation Site, also known as Chena River Wayside or China River Campground, is located in downtown Fairbanks on the banks of the Chena River. Chena River offers over 60 campsites for vehicles, 11 have electric and water hookup.

Chena Lake has two distinct personalities: The Lake Park and The River Park. The two parks were created at the same time an earthfill dam was constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers in response to devastating Chena River floods in The dam is miles long and controls nearly 1, miles Location: The variety of activities draws more thanpeople to the Chena River State Recreation Area every year.

Campgrounds in the area can accommodate all sorts of outdoor enthusiasts, from tent campers to those with deluxe recreational vehicles. Three developed campgrounds exist in the recreation area.

Plans Available Online. Park Plans available through the Internet: Castle Hill Preservation Plan, July Caines Head State Recreation Area Management Plan, Decemberavailable in print. Channel Island State Marine Park Management Plan, November Chena River State Recreation Area Management Plan, November Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve Management Plan.

The Chena River State Recreation Area (SRA) is managed by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation and is a popular destination for hunters harvesting moose, black and brown bears, caribou, wolves, furbearers, and waterfowl.

The Mastodon Trailhead is one of many located within the Chena SRA and is located at mile. With square miles of forests, rivers, and alpine tundra, the recreation area has something to offer everyone.

The variety of activities draws more thanpeople to the Chena River State Recreation Area every year. The following facilities are open for passive or limited use during this operational closure: Tanana Lakes Recreation Area, Chena Lake Recreation Area trails, outdoor parks and trails, Pioneer Park open spaces, Artificial Turf Fields.

Be advised Location: Fairbanks, AK The road and river pass through the ,acre Chena River State Recreation Area for a stretch of about 25 miles starting at Mile Camping is permitted throughout the recreation area, which also has four road-accessible, stocked ponds.

Some popular destinations: Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Denali National Park and Preserve, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, any Brooks Range area, numerous areas in southeast Alaska, and the Aleutian Range.

Most of Alaska has trail-less hiking opportunities. Lying twenty-six miles east of Fairbanks, the Chena River State Recreation Area encompasses more than a quarter-million acres of rolling hills and river country of Interior Alaska. Chena River State Recreation Area is a park for all seasons.

The Granite Tors in Chena River State Recreation Area are a popular destination for both local and visiting climbers. The trail to the tors begins at the Tors Trail Campground, mile Chena Hot Springs Road.

The trail is a mile loop, with the west trail offering a shorter but steeper route to the tors. Upper Chena (CHEE-nuh) River basin includes portions of the Fairbanks North Star Borough (FNSB), Steese National Conservation Area, Fort Wainwright Military Reservation, and Chena River State Recreation Area.

The Chena River basin is underlain by permafrost, which inhibits infiltration and increases runoff. The Chena River State Recreation Area is a square mile preserve that includes the Chena River Valley and nearby alpine areas. This recreation offers public-use cabins and camping and is a premier place for adventure travelers that like canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, and fishing.

Located on a ridge between Stiles Creek and Fourmile Creek. This cabin offers terrific views of the Chena River State Recreation Area no matter which trail head you decide to use. The cabin is supplied with a wood stove, table, seats, broom, ax, saw, and shovel.

This cabin was constructed by volunteers and State Park staff for your use and enjoyment. The origins of the trail can be found in the Chena River State Recreation Area Management Plan, which recommended that trail access to the existing Nugget Creek cabin be improved and directed.BACKGROUND: From through the Chena River State Recreation Area Management Plan went through a substantial public review process.

The following recommendations came from that process. On p the plan states that several routes are possible and should be considered for the future, such as trails connecting the Mist Creek Trail .Overview.

With 16 state parks spanning square miles, the Northern Region provides plenty of room to play and learn. During long summer days, folks float rivers, cool off in area lakes, go camping and fishing, hike through forests, spend time at public use cabins, or take in Alaska history at Big Delta State Historical Park.