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Clothing and Gear

Tennis shoes, water sandals or rubber boots are desirable for wear in watercraft, but hiking boots will make exploring shoreline areas easier. Necessities include a shade hat, long-sleeve shirt, long pants, rain gear, jacket, sunscreen, sunglasses, first-aid kit and mosquito repellent. You might also want to consider a mosquito head net and a screen tent. Your gear should be stowed in dry bags (or water-tight containers) to protect it from the elements as well as boating mishaps. You won’t want to forget your camera or binoculars, because there’s much to see.

 

Access

Boaters' Guide, Maps and Information Packet

 Campfires

Camping

 Clothing and Gear

 Commercial Services

 Frequently Asked Questions

 Hiking

 Human Waste Management

 Permits, Visitor Fees, and Registration

Potable Water

 River Etiquette

River Safety

Use of Motorized Watercraft
 

 

 

 


 
Last updated: 08-23-2013