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  • #4377

    (KI4STU)
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    I’m looking for guidelines for activating a National Wild and Scenic River. Rivers are long, and the entire length of a river may not be designated as parkland outside of the waterline, so I’m trying to determine where I might be able to set up but still be within the bounds for activation.

    Does one need to be in the water (perhaps in a boat) for this type of activation? Can it be done from the shore? If it can be done from the shore, if a local public park borders the River can one activate from within the bounds of the local public park, so long as they are within a certain distance of the water? If you’d like specifics, I’m considering trying to activate KFF-0898 from Brookhaven Sheffield Manor Park, Newark, Deleware, USA. Brookhaven Sheffield Manor Park shares a border with White Clay Creek (KFF-0898).

    #4378

    ea4de
    Participant

    Hello.

    WWFF-General_Rules.pdf

    “…
    3.7 Marine Parks.
    When activating Marine Parks and areas where the activation zone is
    only a natural water area, all equipment must be kept on board the ship
    or vessel, or on a coastal area located within 100 metres (300 feet) of
    the protected High Water tidal mark.
    …”

    73s!

    #4379

    (KI4STU)
    Participant

    Okay, thanks! Looks like an adjacent park will work, so long as all my gear is within 100M of the water. I had read that rule as pertaining to marine (salt/tidal) water (e.g. a beach activation), not so much inland rivers.

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