Washington Recreational River Runners

120 Members
Contact: Joe Sauve
editor, The Waterlog
Washington Recreational River Runners

WRRR is a non-profit group of boaters who run rivers in all sort of inflatable boats (rafts, catboats, inflatable kayaks), kayaks and canoes, with members throughout Washington State and the Pacific Northwest. Benefits of membership in WRRR include a monthly newsletter "The Waterlog", trip schedule with trips at all ability levels, annual events including free camping and lots of boating, meetings with informative programs, safety training scholarship, and lots more. For more information about WRRR or a free copy of "The Waterlog", contact newsletter editor, Joe Sauve.

Home Reaches

Cedar River (Landsburg bridge to Maplewood Roadside Park)
Cispus (3 - FR 23 Bridge to FR 28 Bridge (The Upper))
Cispus (4 - Road 28 Bridge to Scanewa Reservoir (The Lower))
Green (2 - Green River Gorge)
Methow (3. McFarland Creek access to Pateros (Black Canyon))
Nooksack, N. Fork (3 - Douglas Fir Campground to Mt. Baker Highway milepost 27)
Sauk (1 - Bedal Campground to Whitechuck River (Upper))
Sauk (2 - Whitechuck River to Darrington)
Sauk (3 - Clear Creek to Darrington)
Skagit (3. Copper Creek to Rockport)
Skagit (2. Goodell Creek to Copper Creek)
Skykomish (1 - Index (Sunset Falls) to Split Rock)
Skykomish, N. Fork (2. Bear Creek (Drumb-beater) to South Fork confluence)
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork (3 - Taylor River to Concrete bridge (Upper))
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork (4 - Concrete bridge to Tanner (Middle-Middle))
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork (5 - Tanner to North Bend (The Club Stretch))
Snoqualmie, S. Fork (2. Twin Falls State Park to 436th St. Bridge)
Stillaguamish, S. Fork (2 - Mallardy Creek to Verlot (Middle))
Tieton (1. Rimrock Reservoir to Windy Point Campground (Upper))
Wenatchee (3. Leavenworth to Monitor)
Yakima (Confluence with Teanaway River to Thorp)
White Salmon (4 - BZ Corner to Buck Creek)
Skykomish (2 - Railroad Bridge to Big Eddy)

Associated Projects

Cispus River Access (WA)

AW has been working to enforce requirements for public access to the Cispus River.

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Elwha Restoration (WA)

The Elwha River will be restored by removing two dams that have blocked salmon and degraded recreational opportunities on one of the Pacific Northwest's most spectacular rivers.

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Puyallup Watershed (WA)

Major rivers of the Puyallup watershed include the Carbon, Puyallup, and White which drain the western and northern slopes of Mt. Rainier which we are working to preserve and protect.

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