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Re: Whiskey springs ATV trail [Re: KCCA] #39796
08/15/16 01:36 AM
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Went there saterday, not a soul around. I was stressing cause of all the trucks with atvs on trailers running thru renovo the following month would be hard for parking. Might have been the heat..

Not a bad trail, they changed alot from 2007. That was a winter ride.


Good over all. dancing

The locals say the elk heard is there or getting there...

Hard to call bs

Re: Whiskey springs ATV trail [Re: KCCA] #39801
08/18/16 02:26 AM
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Was up over july 4th for the first time. Not crowded and was fine with the razor on all teails.if it was cliser for me i would go again.

Re: Whiskey springs ATV trail [Re: KCCA] #39963
02/19/17 07:11 AM
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[url=What is the ATV Connectivity Study? This project is designed to assess the feasibility of a sustainable, designated-use trail connecting the Bloody Skillet ATV Trail in Centre County to the Whiskey Springs ATV Trail System in Clinton County, while also linking to the town of Renovo. What is the focus of the study? The study’s focus is to determine the feasibility of a direct, environmentally sound and sustainable connector trail between the Bloody Skillet and Whiskey Springs ATV Trail systems. The assessment will: • Identify the best available route on the ground through the Sproul State Forest, incorporating the town of Renovo; • Identify and inventory barriers to trail development where they exist; • Identify, and to the extent possible, observe the expectations and concerns of involved local stakeholders; • Acknowledge the constraints which the Bureau of Forestry observes to manage state forests in accordance with the State Forest Resource Management Plan. Why is the study being conducted? This study is part of a planning effort to assess the possibility of closing an identified trail gap as well as to provide connectivity between two ATV trail systems in the north central region of the state. Who is conducting it? Larson Design Group, located in nearby Williamsport, PA, has been retained by DCNR to conduct the feasibility study. How long will it take? DCNR expects to receive a report on the feasibility early in 2018. The findings will be made available to the public around that time. Will there be opportunities for stakeholder and public comment? First, comments will be obtained in a series of four Stakeholder Meetings conducted in February and March 2017. The invited stakeholder groups include representatives from local municipal and county government; local recreation and tourism organizations; local businesses; motorized recreational user groups; non-motorized recreational user groups; and conservation partners with an interest in the region. The Stakeholder Group data will be used to inform the planning and field work in determining preferred and alternative alignments. After alignments are identified, subsequent informational meetings will be held seeking input from both stakeholders and the general public. These meetings are tentatively scheduled for late summer/early fall of 2017.]DCNR connector[/url]


http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/cs/groups/public/documents/document/dcnr_20032690.doc

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Re: Whiskey springs ATV trail [Re: KCCA] #39972
02/25/17 10:53 AM
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Larson Design group was retained for the study of the Renovo-Whiskey Springs connection. They originally are doing the Bloody Skillet to Renovo part. This will be done this year and construction is estimated to begin March 2018. PaOHV is involved with this as well as several ATV clubs. Originally the Whiskey Springs part was proposed and but aside, all of a sudden DCNR changed course and are now doing the study.
This will be a great connection if it happens.

Mike


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