The “Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers” is a Non-profit
volunteer organization established in 1987 to promote, develop and
secure safe recreational trails for public use. Our common goal is to
preserve these trails for future generations. To be enjoyed summer and
winter by hikers, hunters, bikers, backpackers, cross-country skiers,
dog mushers, snowmachiners, skijoring, and anyone who desires to enjoy
our great public lands. These are our members. They come from all
walks of life. We promote safe and courteous use of the trails for the
enjoyment of everyone. Our fundraising proceeds are used to maintain
our equipment, develop safe trails, and provide public access. We also
participate in community programs and other charitable activities. We
are a volunteer organization, so please join us in our efforts.
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FREDDIE POLLARD, SR. AND HIS FIANCEE',
EMILY, WILL BE GETTING MARRIED AT FREDDIE'S
ROADHOUSE ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2016, AT 5:OO
P.M. THERE WILL A WHOLE ROASTED PIG, POTLUCK SIDE
DISHES, A LIVE BAND, AND MUCH MORE!!! PLEASE COME
AND ENJOY THIS MOST BLESSED AND JOYOUS OCCASION!!!
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is Closed
to motorized vehicles in the Caribou Hills.
For news release information:
or call the Refuge Headquarters for more information 262-7021
The Snot Hill Bypass Bridge has been removed on Jesse’s Trail (CIRI
|The Snowmobile Trails Advisory
Council (SnowTRAC) needs your help to decide where “your” snowmobile
registration dollars should go. Your responses will allow us to put
grooming dollars where you, the riders, want them.
Please go to this website and complete the SnowTRAC Survey.
This is very important to fund snowmobile trail development and
maintenance, as well as snowmobile safety and education programs.
Please forward this link to all snowmachiners you know and support your
Please respect private property and stay
on the trails unless you have permission to cross.
If you don’t know who’s property you are on, stay off!
Littering has also become a recent problem, if you “Pack it in, Pack it
Contact: Pam Stoltzfus 283-3470,
email@example.com for garbage clean-up assignments along Oil Well Road.