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Recreation & Sport

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Written by InHaus Media
Tuesday, 07 July 2009 15:36
RecreationThroughout the Northeast United States, Ontario and Nova Scotia, individuals access Wagner forests on a daily basis for recreation and for sport.

Trails abound for those interested in hiking, skiing, photography, hunting, fishing and other low-impact pedestrian activities. Vehicular access is available to most lands.

Snowmobile and ATV enthusiasts find hundreds of miles of designated trail systems specifically meant for their use. Wagner works closely with state agencies, private clubs and other organizations to ensure that sensitive ecosystems remain protected, and that the recreating public can easily identify trails meant for motorized activities.

The open availability of our forests also presents commercial opportunities to locally-owned recreational or tourist-based enterprises. Wagner provides opportunities and access for local business people who provide world-class sporting camps, exhilarating white water rafting expeditions, and a host of other ventures.

In return, we ask that our visitors respect these private forests and the people who work there, and help maintain the spectacular quality of the natural and recreational assets available for public enjoyment.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 September 2017 17:37 )