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Dec 28 2020

WA State Parks Boating Guide Survey

Please see the notice and survey below from the Washington State Parks….

Ahoy, boaters!

Can you spare a few moments?

Did you know that Washington State Parks manages 19 marine state parks and numerous parks with boating access, such as freshwater lakes and marine shorelines?

We’re looking to publish a comprehensive Boating Guide to give you more information about these parks, such as what types of moorage are available, what kinds of amenities can be found, how much it costs for overnight moorage and more.

But before we proceed, we’d like to know if there’s a genuine interest from boaters like you.

Please fill out our survey and let us know if you’d be interested in a Washington State Parks Boating Guide.

The survey takes just 5 minutes. By filling it out, you are eligible to win a free life jacket. Deadline to complete the survey is Friday, Jan. 15.

Thank you!

Toni Weyman Droscher | Communications & Social Media
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission
m. 360-790-8745
e. toni.droscher@parks.wa.gov

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Sep 25 2020

Pumpout Survey

The Washington State Parks Boating Program is helping the Washington Department of Ecology distribute a survey to recreational boaters in Washington. The survey asks for your opinion on messaging and graphics created for boaters about sewage management rules.

Your answers are confidential, and no personally identifying questions are asked. Take the survey by visiting https://confidential-survey.com/datafile/2B.htm.

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Aug 15 2020

Canadian Border Remains Closed

The closure to boaters has been extended another 30 days, again, until Sept 20th.  Unfortunately, this has put a huge strain on the harbors and parks in the San Juans, but I’m sure the businesses appreciate the patronage during these times.

The Canadian small businesses are no doubt suffering, as the American boater is a huge part of their clientele.  Next year when Canada opens up, do your part to help them out…buying fuel, groceries, eating and dining out.

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Jul 31 2020

Anchoring Etiquette

Here is a great article by Andy Cross published in July’s 48°North Magazine

https://48north.com/cruising/cruising-technique/anchoring-etiquette/

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Jul 14 2020

Canada/US border to remain closed

US and Canadian officials have extended the border closure for an additional 30 days to August 21st.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-us-border-closure-extended-august-1.5648879

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