A Blue Trail is a river adopted by communities that are dedicated to improving family friendly recreation such as fishing, boating, hiking, and wildlife watching, and conserving rivers and lands.

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    Marketing Your River Community: Part Two

    Today’s post is by guest blogger Natalie Warren, with Wild River Academy and St. Croix River Association. Earlier this week she led the April Blue Trails Guide Webinar on Marketing Your River Community. This is the second part of a two part series on marketing your local river.

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    Marketing Your River Community: Part One

    Today’s post is by guest blogger Natalie Warren, with Wild River Academy and St. Croix River Association. This is the first part of a two part series on marketing your local river. 

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    A Hidden Gem of the Southwest

    Bloop! Any idea what that sound is? “Bloop.” Followed closely by “oh, man…really??”

What They’re Saying

  • Holly Loff

    “Rivers have always been at the heart of our family time. And we experience great things there together. We’ve watched goslings attempt their first swim, collected snail shells, caught laughably small fish and admirably large fish together, and so much more. Blue Trails help families like mine more easily enjoy their rivers. Whether through tubing,… Read more »