From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2012.
Some might wonder: What exactly is the National Water Trails System (NWTS)? That’s a good question; NWTS describes the system as “a distinctive national network of exemplary water trails that are cooperatively supported and sustained.” This website provides information about the NWTS for policy makers, water enthusiasts, and other interested parties. Casual visitors will want to start with the Explore a National Water Trail area. Here they can use an interactive map to locate water trails, and go deeper into each riverine passage with the Stories and Images section. Moving on, policy makers and park administrators will want to peruse the Develop and Manage a National Water Trail area. This section contains some basic answers to queries such s “What Are The Benefits of National Water Trail Designation” and “How Do I Apply For National Water Trail Designation?” [KMG]