Ninety-two miles of blue

Low flows mean it’s high time for a river trip! Thanks to a grant from the Recreational Trails Program and donations from members like you, work is beginning as we create informational signage at existing public access points along the Goose Creek and the Tongue River waterways. This summer, the first nine locations on public lands within Sheridan city limits along Little and Big Goose Creeks are receiving signage. The signs (working draft below) will include information on the distances between access points, access site amenities, and safety information. The signs will also direct river users to sheridanclt.org/rivertrip. This online …

Brad BauerNinety-two miles of blue
Tongue River Float Trip

Sheridan County Water Trail Assessment

The Opportunity While the Tongue River and its associated creeks boast beautiful views, fishable waters, abundant birds and wildlife, and are perfect for floating when the water is at an optimal level, issues like lack of information, water hazards, and unsafe or too few access sites, prevent both visitors and County residents from taking full advantage of recreation opportunities on our waterways. What We’re Doing SCLT’s Recreation Work Group, which is comprised of roughly twenty volunteers who represent various non-motorized recreation interests, is working with the National Park Service’s Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program to compile an assessment of …

Brad BauerSheridan County Water Trail Assessment