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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

Rec Area Description Status
Rec area marker Whisky Peak Trailhead Provides access to:  Whisky Peak Trail #910 Facilities No picnic table No fire pit No drinking water No toilet No garbage disposal - Please pack it out
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Rec area marker White Creek Trailhead Officially, the trailhead is at the end of less than a mile of very rough road, so many people use the parking area just off Greys River Road before crossing the bridge. The trail is very scenic and popular for summer day rides; most visitors do not climb over the Salt Range to the Strawberry Creek side.
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Rec area marker White Oak Trailhead This trailhead is part of the Monday Creek OHV System. The Monday Creek area of the Wayne National Forest provides some excellent opportunities for riding all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and off-highway motorcycles (OHMs). North of Nelsonville, this trail system provides approximately 75 miles of designated trails to off-road vehicle riders, mountain bikers, and hikers. Loading ramps are available at the New Straitsville and White Oak Trailheads.
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Rec area marker White Pine Trailhead This trailhead is located off of US Hwy 2, east of Stevens Pass.  It provides access to: White Pine Creek Trail #1582 and the Wildhorse Creek Trail #1592 within Alpine Lakes Wilderness.
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Rec area marker White Rabbit Trailhead Provides access to:  White Rabbit Trail #1002 Facilities No picnic table No fire pit No drinking water No toilet No garbage disposal - Please pack it out
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Rec area marker White River Nordic Trailhead The White River Nordic Trail is 0.8 miles long. It begins at White River Road and ends at White River Road. The trail is marked, but is not groomed.
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Rec area marker White River Trailhead This is a popular trailhead located upriver from Lake Wenatchee that provides access to: Indian Creek Trail #1502, White River Trail #1507, Mount David Trail #1521, and Boulder Creek Trail #1562.  These trails are all within Glacier Peak Wilderness.
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Rec area marker White Rock Trailhead White Rock Trailhead is located on Sunset Valley Road on Figueroa Mountain. This trailhead meets up with several other trails in this general area, including East Pinery and Munch Canyon Trail. This trail is very popular during spring, as it produces beautiful wildflowers during a wet year. From mid-July to the end of September, this trail is utilized by hunters during deer season. The parking for this trailhead is very minimal. There is no designated parking area for this trailhead. Visitors merely park adjacent to Sunset Valley Road near the trail.
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Rec area marker Whitehorse Meadows Trailhead Provides access to: Whitehorse Meadows Trail #1477 which accesses the north end of Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness.  Directions: From Roseburg, OR take Highway 138 east for about 50 miles and turn south onto Road 28, the Big Camas Road, at Copeland Creek. Continue for 13.7 miles and turn left onto Forest Road 2715-950. Go approximately 2 miles, the trailhead is on the east side of the road junction.
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Rec area marker Whitetail Canyon #202 Trailhead  Trailhead at Sandy Point for Whitetail Canyon - Trail #202. Trailhead is not reachable by motorized vehicle due to New Mexico 159 - Bursum Road seasonal, winter closure.
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