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Old 03-26-2005   #1
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Need Help Listing all manmade Whitewater Parks in USA

Hi all.

I'm making a list of all the Whitewater parks that exist in the US. Can you help? Here are the ones I have so far...


Estes Park
Steamboat Springs

*Outside CO*

Charlotte NC (under construction)
Wausau, WI
South Bend, IN
Reno, NV
Boise, ID

Which ones am I missing?


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Old 03-26-2005   #2
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A few more:

Cheyenne or Laramie, WY - I forget which it is, maybe both?
Denver, CO (2x - Union Chutes and Confluence Park)
Rhinelander, WI? - don't recall if this is artificial or not
Upper Ocoee, TN
Farmington, NM
Durango, CO
Buena Vista, CO
Salida, CO

Parks are in the pipe for:

Dillion/Silverthorne, CO
Glenwood Springs, CO
Pueblo, CO (I think)
Possibly Grand Junction, CO
Nantahala, NC (still a few years out due to the USFS/EIS issues)

Hope this helps a bit. I'm sure there are more. I'm curious - what kind of research are you doing?
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Old 03-27-2005   #3
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Pagosa Springs, CO (new this season)
Green River, WY
SLC, UT (or a town around there- I know one exists)
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Old 03-27-2005   #4
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there is another post... a couple weeks back that has damn near every one in the entire US...

Look for a thread from Mtbuns (I think)
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Research on WW parks---

I am listing all the WW parks in US to help my employer, who is promoting a WW park here in Minneapolis. It's gonna be a huge (expensive) project but will definitely help and grow the paddling community here in the upper midwest.
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