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Cathole

A cathole or cat hole or sometimes pighole is a pit for human feces. Catholes are frequently used for the purpose of disposing of bowel movements or waste water by hikers and others engaging in outdoor recreation. Catholes must be located at a reasonable distance from water sources, to avoid possible bacterial contamination of water via precipitation, as well as away from trails. It is recommended by the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics to avoid concentrating catholes around campsites. Filled catholes must be covered with a reasonably thick layer of soil 6-8 inches, to prevent acce ...

Hayride

A hayride, also known as a hayrack ride, is a traditional American and Canadian activity consisting of a recreational ride in a wagon or cart pulled by a tractor, horses or a truck, which has been loaded with hay or straw for comfortable seating.

                                     

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  • of National Recreation Areas by the Recreation Advisory Council, Circular No. 1, March 26, 1963 Recreation gov: Locator for all U.S. outdoor recreational
  • The Outdoor Recreation Act Norwegian: Friluftsloven is a Norwegian law from 1957 that codifies the most important parts of the long standing rights of
  • The Wildwood Recreation Site is a natural recreation area surrounded by the Mount Hood National Forest in northern Oregon, United States. It encompasses
  • SheJumps, a women s outdoor recreation - focused nonprofit organization facilitating the participation of women and girls in outdoor activities through free
  • Defense to provide rest and relaxation in the form of lodging and outdoor recreation for United States military service members, US military retirees and
  • from cleaning the kitchen dishes by hikers and others engaging in outdoor recreation Catholes must be located at a reasonable distance from water sources
  • combining service learning field studies and outdoor recreation with a traditional classroom setting. Outdoor High School is a fully accredited program that
  • manages thirteen state parks, seven state recreation areas, seven nature preserves, state trails, and outdoor education statewide. In addition, the agency
  • Adelaide that would cater for outdoor pursuits, as well as protecting the Hills Face Zone from development The recreation park is classified as an IUCN
  • 1975 it was Atlanta s first and only environmental education and outdoor recreation facility. Atlanta Public Schools leased 8 acres 0.032 km2 to the
  • Sigmund Stern Recreation Grove, locally called Stern Grove, is a 33 - acre 130, 000 m2 recreational site in the Sunset District, San Francisco, California
  • Morale, Welfare and Recreation abbreviated MWR, is a network of support and leisure services designed for use by U.S. servicemembers active, Reserve