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List of National Wild and Scenic Rivers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Wolf River in Wisconsin
The Wolf River in Wisconsin

This is a list of the designated National Wild and Scenic Rivers in the United States. Some rivers may be listed more than once if they have designated sections in different states.

Initials of the managing agency follow the name of the river. Abbreviations used are:

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Hi I'm John Williams on another Accessible Adventure in the Pacific Northwest. Sometimes you just want a little solitude away from the crowds well I've found just the place this time we're in the Northwest Rockies for the Tale of Two Scenic Byways in the Colville National Forest. First we'll visit a part of the International Selkirk Loop an All American Road then we'll head over Sherman Pass Scenic Byway as we explore Northeast Washington. We begin our adventure in Newport Washington at the Pend Orielle County Historical Museum. This part of the International Selkirk Loop is a 68 mile trip from Newport to the Boundry Dam just a short distance from the Canadian border. As you travel the scenic byway The Pend Oreille River will be your constant companion. Stop in for ice cream or a cool drink at the Tiger Store and Post Office now a visitor center and museum. Once a thriving community this store and post office is the only thing left of the town of Tiger founded in 1880. Sullivan Lake is just a short way off the scenic byway. There's camping available at East Sullivan Campground and West Sullivan Campground. Both have accessible campgrounds available. It's well over 90 degrees today so cinematographer Dave Hood and I decide it's time to cool off a bit. Ok back to work stop in at historic Millpond built originally for a hydrolelectiric plant today a popular recreation site. At the end of our journey on the All American Road we visit the Vista House overlooking the Boundary Dam. Next up Colville a small timber and agricultural community with a blossoming music and arts and crafts scene set in a beautiful valley just over an hour's drive north of Spokane. It's always fun to come to the warmer dryer side of Washington State and it's the perfect day to head over the Sherman Pass Scenic Byway. Sherman Pass is about 43 miles over miles over the Kettle River Range on Hwy 20. Our first stop on the Sherman Pass Scenic Byway is the Kettle Falls Historical Center. Behind the interpretive center is St. Paul's Mission. Take the trail out to the scenic view point. It's kind of like pushing on a thick carpet because of the sand and needles but it's well worth the effort! The Grand Coulee Dam created Roosevelt Lake and in doing so flooded Kettle Falls. Forever silencing the once mighty Native American fishing grounds. It's estimated Native Americans would catch up to a1000 salmon a day during peak seasons at Kettle Falls. Since the 1800's logging has been a part of life here. A great way to learn the early history of the industry is to stop at the Log Flume Heritage Site along Canyon Creek. The interpretive trail is paved and it's an easy push. And if you want to work up a little more appetite before having a picnic I found this paved trail about a mile long to be just the ticket! Camping is a great way to experience the Colville National Forest there are several campgrounds along the way with accessible campsites. Fire is always a threat to our forests and as you can see by the smoky sky this year is no exception. Learn how fire has shaped the forest with a stop at the Sherman Overlook. Join me on a short hike on this paved interpretive trail to the Overlook. At the White Moutain Fire Overlook you'll see how this 1988 fire burned over 20,000 acres but gave new birth to the forest. We end of our adventure in the quaint western themed town of Republic. Come visit the Colville National Forest on Washignton's Wild Side where you'll find everything but the crowds! It's kind of the forgotten side of the state you'll always remember. Please check the Colville National Forest website for complete details. I'm John Williams headed off on another Accessible Adventure in The Pacific Northwest.

Contents

Alabama

Alaska

Andreafsky River in Alaska
Andreafsky River in Alaska
Tlikakila River
Tlikakila River

Arizona

Verde River
Verde River

Arkansas

The Buffalo National River in Arkansas
The Buffalo National River in Arkansas

California

Trinity River in California
Trinity River in California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

Florida

Loxhatchee River
Loxhatchee River

Georgia

Idaho

Salmon River, Idaho
Salmon River, Idaho

Illinois

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Massachusetts

Taunton River
Taunton River

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

  • Black Creek, USFS

Missouri

Montana

lower Flathead River
lower Flathead River

Nebraska

New Hampshire

New Jersey

Lower Delaware River
Lower Delaware River

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oregon

Salmon River in Oregon
Salmon River in Oregon

Pennsylvania

Puerto Rico

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

Shoshone Falls  on the Snake River
Shoshone Falls on the Snake River

References

  1. ^ "Bautista Creek, California". rivers.gov. National Wild and Scenic Rivers System. Retrieved October 27, 2014.
  2. ^ "Owens Rivers Headwaters, California". rivers.gov. National Wild and Scenic Rivers System. Retrieved October 27, 2014.
  3. ^ a b c "Explore Designated Rivers". Rivers.gov. Retrieved 2016-08-01.
  4. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Whychus Creek
  5. ^ Lower St Croix

External links

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