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USFS Wanoga Snow-Play area opens for free family fun
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"The new Wanoga Sno-Play area and sno-park will open with adequate snow. Located just east of Wanoga Snowmobile sno-park at milepost 15 on Hwy 46 (use the same entrance and turn left to sno-play). Has a 97 car parking area (vehicle length limit of 24 ft. and trailers prohibited, sledding hill, restrooms and fire rings. Provides a designated and relatively safe sledding hill option. Dogs are permitted on leash only and at all times while on the slope or in the sno-park. State sno-park permit required for parking. Grand opening dedication scheduled for December 15, 2007 at 11AM.

Groomed ski trails for dog owners. On a trial basis, approx. 3 kilometers of nordic trails will be groomed for dogs and their human guardians. Human visitors are not required to have a dog but, dogs must be accompanied by humans. Leashes are required in the sno-park area, clean up after your pet and please maintain voice or physical control of your dog while on the trails. The trail begins out of the northeast corner of the new Wanoga Sno-Play sno-park mentioned above".





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