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This Saturday: EWA Wenas Recreation Area Clean Up & Camp Out

Wenas Clean Up
Wenas Clean Up

The 2nd Annual
Wenas Recreation Area Clean Up & Camp Out
Clean up Saturday May 5th, 2018 9:30am-3:00pm
Hosted by Eastern Washington Adventures
Sponsored by Selah Sweets

THIS IS A COMMUNITY EVENT OPEN TO EVERYONE

This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass.

The Clean Up starts at 9:30AM Saturday May 5th, 2018, at BBQ Flats. Sign in before 10 AM. Make sure you say if you need a day pass.

SIGN IN INFO:
At the link below, people can fill out their information ahead of the work party and then just sign their name to check in the day of the event at BBQ Flats. Check in time 9:30 AM.
https://www.dnr.wa.gov/event/wenas-green-dot-clean

Join DNR staff and partners from Eastern Washington Adventures to pick up litter and help maintain Wenas Wildlife Area green dot roads near BBQ Flats and Cascade Park.

What to bring
Volunteers should weather-appropriate clothing, gloves, boots, water, lunch and a legal four-wheel drive vehicle to navigate green dot roads.

Directions
Meet at BBQ Flats. From Highway I-82, take Exit 26. Turn right onto WA-821 North and left onto WA-823 South. In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.

Camping information: A Discover Pass is required for all street licensed vehicles that are parked for camping. Everyone is welcome to camp at the Base Camp. Meet & Greets Friday and Saturday evenings.

See photos of past events: 2017

Any questions please contact:

Selah Sweets
3250 Selah Loop Rd., Selah, WA 98942
SelahSweets.com
(509) 698-4244
E-mail: EasternWashingtonAdventures@gmail.com


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makes handcrafted snacks, shaved ice, and has souvenirs.
Inside and outside seating at the shop. Off site catering.

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is an Outdoor Recreation Information Center that holds many free events.


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Photos: Beverly Dunes Quad/Bike Run

Beverly Dunes Quad/Bike Run
Hosted by Eastern Washington Off Road
Report by Clay Graham. Photos by Clay Graham & ? / Eastern Washington Off Road

UPDATE: The mud trail system has been closed.

On October 14th, 2006 Eastern Washington Off Road held an ORV run at Beverly Dunes. Most that came were members of the All Wheelers Off Road Club. There were twelve all together. Ten quads and two bikes. The weather was nice most of the time we were there. The wind picked up in the evening.

The sand dunes were fun to play on but the muddy trails where a favorite of many in the group. I used my quad’s Warn winch to pull a few stuck quads out of the deep mud.

We loaded up around dark and headed hope. We had a real fun day.

Here are some photos of the Beverly Dunes Run:

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Photos: AWORC Beverly Dunes ATV Run

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Hosted by All Wheelers Off Road Club
Report by Clay Graham, Photos by Clay Graham & Ron Palstring  / Ceg Ranch

On September 18th, 2004 we meet up at Beverly Dunes for our first group run there.

We met up about 10AM. Most of the members came over from King County and a few of us came up from Yakima.

Here are some pictures of our time at Beverly Dunes:

Monster & Jag on their XFX80s.

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Icesis came up to give Jag a push.

That didn’t work so well.

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The group of the day.
Jag, Monster, Car-key, Mischief Maker, Les, Slomomom, MT, Icesis, Barbie, Daly Boi, Ceg and Test Dummy.

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Everyone stopped to help Slomomom up the hill.

Monster climbing one of the bigger dunes.

Jag & Les in the background

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We had a great time at Beverly Dunes.


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Beverly Dunes: Our first time
Hosted by All Wheelers Off Road Club
Report and Photos by Clay Graham / Ceg Ranch

On September 11th, 2004 my Son, Daughter and I drove 80 miles from our house in Gromore near Yakima, to Beverly Dunes to see what it was all about. This was the first time we had a chance to go out and play at Beverly Dunes. This was a very fun day.

Here are some pictures of our time at Beverly Dunes:

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Monster learning about sand dune climbs.
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We stopped and played awhile at one of the bigger dunes toward the end.

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Monster taking a break.
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We hit some of the trails along Crab Creek on the way back.
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Monster ran into me.
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Test Dummy took this picture of Monster and I in a small bowl along the creek.
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Here is Monster after a long day of riding in the dune. This was her first time riding in sand.
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This was a very fun run.


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