scene from the Glimpse Lake Trail. Photo by Dave Bell.
G&F Public Forums
Game Area Closures
Piney & Chimney Butte Hunt Management Area Sign-up in Pinedale
Pinedale Resident, Joe Evans, Dies in Salt Lake City
Stoppers: Hoax Call
Wyoming Game & Fish to Host Public Forums
Licensing Agents, Prairie Dog Season and Spring
Turkey Season discussions
Pinedale, Oct. 30, Library, 7 pm
Game & Fish Department will be holding public meetings across the
state October 24-November 2 to discuss spring turkey seasons, proposals
to reclassify prairie dogs as a regulated species and specifically defining
which sporting goods stores qualify as license agents.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is proposing
spring turkey seasons and quotas nearly identical to last year. Some
opening and closing date changes are proposed, as well as some quota
increases, for certain locations on the central and eastern side of
To help avert prairie dogs from being listed as a
federally threatened species, the G&F is proposing changing the
status of both the black-tailed and white-tailed prairie dog from unprotected
In the license agent regulation, sporting good stores would
be redefined as a business with "more than 50 percent of inventory
comprised of hunting, fishing and outdoor camping supplies and equipment."
The regulation would only apply to future applicants and would not affect
current vendors. The meeting in Pinedale will be held at the Sublette
County Library on October 30 beginning at 7 p.m.
If unable to attend a meeting, comments will be accepted
through Nov. 9 by writing: Wildlife Division, Wyoming Game and Fish
Department, 3030 Energy Lane, Casper, WY 82604. Copies of the season
proposals are available by writing the same address.
The G&F Commission will act on the regulation proposals at their
Dec. 6 meeting in Cheyenne.
Big Game Area Closures
Wyoming Game & Fish
Wyoming Game & Fish Department is alerting the public to seasonal
closures of certain areas for winter range protection. Big game seasons
are wrapping up and so is much of the access to Wyoming Game and Fish
Department habitat areas that provide big game winter range.
According to G&F Habitat Supervisor Gary Butler,
seasonal closures minimize stress-causing disturbance to wintering deer,
elk and other wildlife. The closures also reduce the human and recreational
impacts to the forage which supports wintering wildlife.
Big Piney and Chimney Butte Hunt Management Area Sign-Up in Pinedale
12th, WY G&F news release
hunters with limited quota licenses in hunt areas 94 and 98 are eligible
to sign up for the Big Piney or Chimney Butte hunter management areas
and extend their hunting season for antlerless elk to Jan. 31.
Hunters can sign up in person at the Game and Fish
Department's Pinedale office Nov. 12, 8 a.m. - noon.
Hunters with area 94 type 1 or 6 elk licenses are
eligible for the Big Piney HMA. The permit allows individuals to hunt
a specific off-forest area of area 94 and 92 Nov. 15 - Jan. 31. Unlike
last year, the HMA is only open to area 94 limited quota license holders.
Area 98 type 1,2 and 6 license holders can sign up
for the Chimney Butte HMA southeast of Pinedale. The permit allows individuals
to hunt an off-forest portion of area 98 Nov. 12 - Jan. 31.
The G&F will issue permits to the first 100 eligible
license holders for each HMA.
One reason why ranches participate in the program is to save time by
letting the G&F answer the hunting inquiries. So the G&F urges
hunters not to call the ranches, but to contact the G&F office with
As part of the G&F's Private Land/Public Wildlife program, this
is the fourth year of hunter management agreements. Hunters are reminded
their contributions to the AccessYes check off on licenses and applications
help fund Wyoming hunting and fishing access initiatives, including
hunter management areas and the Walk-in Area program.
Former Pinedale Resident, Joe Evans, Dies in Salt Lake City
Services Oct. 27 in Santa Rosa, CA
Frank Evans, who lived in Pinedale from 1974 until 1981, died in Salt
Lake City, Utah on October 17, 2001. Joe was the son of Jim Evans and
Honey Iserman, who owned Wind River Sporting Goods and Green River Outfitters
during the time Joe lived in Pinedale. He was born on April 17, 1961
in Santa Rosa, California, and moved to Pinedale in 1974 when he was
11 years old. He attended Pinedale High School and played for the Wrangler
basketball and football teams, as well as track and field. Joe loved
Pinedale and adapted quickly as he loved the outdoors. He moved back
to Santa Rosa, California in 1981 to live with his mother and would
often come back to Pinedale to visit. He was a construction worker by
Joe died on October 17 in Salt Lake City due to a massive
stroke that may have been related to open heart surgery he had seven
years earlier. Services will be held on Saturday, October 27 at Eggen
and Lance Mortuary in Santa Rosa, California at 1 pm, with private interment
at Santa Rosa Memorial Park. Cards can be sent to Jimmie Evans, PO Box
4390, Santa Rosa, CA 95402-4390. He leaves his parents: Jjim Evans and
Honey Iserman; children, Joseph James Evans and Elizabeth Haley Evans;
and siblings: Jimmie, Eddie, Melinda, Alia and Lindsay. For more information,
call Jimmie Evans III at 707-568-5878 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rentals in Pinedale says, "Why Buy When You Can Rent?"
They offer equipment rentals, party rentals, party supplies, special
occasion and holiday decorations for parties, banquets, meetings and
more. Need a tractor with a backhoe or brush beater? They have that,
along with power tools, yard and garden equipment, compressors and other
handy tools. Planning a party? See them for tables, chairs, wedding
arches, as well as the streamers and all the other decorations you'll
need. They are located on the west end of Pinedale, across from the
new Super 8 Motel. For more information, visit their web site at www.whaddya-want.com.
Crime Stoppers: Hoax Call
Stoppers is offering a $200.00 reward for information that would lead
to the arrest and conviction of a person who called in a "hoax"
shooting call Thursday evening (October 25th) at about 9:00 P.M. For
More Details Click Here
install siding on the new Pinedale Entertainment Center being built
on the west end of Pinedale. The Center will have two movie theaters
and a bowling alley, and is scheduled to host the Pinedale Fine Arts
Council's Black Tie & Blues fundraiser on December 31st.
J Wranglers Return
Tie & Blues Change
of Living in Sublette County
the Paved Road
Bar J Wranglers Return
Saturday, Nov 3, 7 pm
Bar J Wranglers are returning to Pinedale on Saturday, November 3rd
for a performance at the Pinedale High School Auditorium. "Some
folks call it a western musical show, some call it a stand-up comedy
show with masterful cowboy music, others just call it the best muscial
experience in the West." The group typically has a sell-out crowd,
so people are encouraged to get their tickets early. The performance
is family entertainment, brought to Pinedale by the Sublette
County Christian School. Advanced tickets are $10 available in Pinedale
from the Cowboy Shop, Office Outlet, and the Pinedale True Value. In
Big Piney, tickets are available at the Midway Mall. Tickets at the
door will be $12.
Pinedale Health Fair
Saturday, October 20
annual Pinedale Health Fair will be held Saturday, October 20 from 9
am-1 pm at the Pinedale High School Gym. Health screening and health
information will be available. Those who had blood tests taken earlier
will have their results returned at the Health Fair.
Black Tie & Blues Change
31st, New Years Eve
Pinedale Fine Arts Council has moved the date of their annual Black
Tie & Blues fundraiser from November to December 31st. This year's
gala New Year's event will be held in the new Pinedale Entertainment
Center movie theater/bowling alley complex being constructed on the
west end of town. The program will include a silent auction, casino
night, great music, refreshments and New Year's Eve festivities. Funds
generated from Black Ties & Blues helps the Pinedale Fine Arts Council
provide the community with live performances, art shows, artists in
residence, school performances and workshops. For more information on
the PFAC program and schedule of performances, please visit their web
or e-mail them at email@example.com.
Cost of Living in Sublette County
2nd Most Expensive County in State
County is the second most expensive place to live in Wyoming, according
to Wyoming Cost of Living Index numbers released by a Wyoming Department
of Administration and Information Division of Economic Analysis report
for the second quarter of 2001. The report compared prices for housing,
food, transportation, apparel, medical, recreational and personal care
across the state. The cost of food and medical care were below the state
average, but housing, apparel, transportation, recreation and personal
care were all higher than the state average. Sublette County was even
higher than Teton County in apparel costs. Teton County historically
has been ranked the most expensive county in the state to live. Sublette
County had the fourth highest housing cost in the state.
Wyoming Road Report
The Wyoming Road Report is back in operation for the season and is at
1-888-WYO-ROAD. Callers using cellular phones can dial #ROAD. People
from outside Wyoming can call 307-772-0824.
Travelers should be prepared for early and icy winter
driving conditions. There may be winter conditions on mountain passes
such as Teton Pass, while valley areas are much warmer. Have tire chains
other winter travel provisions in your vehicle including warm jackets,
food and blankets.
Road construction continues on about six miles of
road in the Snake River Canyon with delays of up to an hour possible
as crews continue with blasting and tree removal which will result in
rocks in the road. These delays will be from Monday through Saturday
from 1-2 pm. A pilot car is guiding traffic through the construction
areas. Work also continues on bridges in the Hoback Canyon with single
land traffic controlled by stoplights on three bridges. No overweight
loads are permitted on Highway 191 in this section and width restrictions
of 10 feet wide or less are in effect. Delays of from 2-30 minutes are
possible in construction areas. Note that traffic fines are higher in
work areas. More information is available at http://wydotweb.state.wy.us.
Off the Paved Road
of you who have been anxiously awaiting the next great story "Off
the Paved Road"
by James Rogers will very much enjoy his latest entry. You may think
that things like this just don't really happen.
Or, if they are going to, they will happen at the most inopportune moments.
So James gets back to hunting camp and is informed that a plane had
buzzed the camp four times at dusk before dropping what appeared to
be a flashlight with a note attached to it down to the camp. But they
can't find the flashlight! Cell phones often don't work in our remote
mountain locations, so whatever the message was, it had to be important!
You'll have to read the story to find out more! www.OffthePavedRoad.com.
October 13 -
Les Wilcox Killed in Vehicle Accident
resident Les Wilcox, and Earl Peterson of Canada, were killed Saturday
morning in a two-vehicle accident at the Cora Y intersection with Highway
Dustings of Snow
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October 12 - Weather
Change in the Weather
Cutthroat Trout not to be listed as Threatened or Endangered
River Drift Underway
A Change in the Weather
warned us fall was about to change to winter and the first dustings
of snow arrived Thursday. Some folks have already had to deal with frozen
water pipes and we're getting reluctantly back into the routine of scraping
the car windshields before setting off for work in the morning. Low
temperatures have been dipping down into the teens at night and daily
highs in the 40-50s.
The Pinedale Ranger District reports that all the
Forest Service campgrounds are now officially shut down and water has
been turned off. Hunters and snowmobilers can still use the campground
areas throughout the fall and winter without a fee, but no services
Outdoor recreationists are advised to wear flourescent
orange when outdoors during hunting season to make them more visible.
Hunters are required to wear orange. High country trail users who have
parked their vehicles at trailhead parking lots should be aware that
significant snow can arrive at any time up high, possibly blocking off
road access for the season. It's not unheard of to have vehicles stranded
in trailhead parking lots over the winter if visitors don't get them
out in time, so late-season visitors should be alert to the weather
Despite the cooler temperatures, the forest is still
very dry. Hunters, firewood gatherers, and anyone out in the forest
should still be very careful with campfires, cigarettes and chainsaws
that might cause a wildfire. Fire restrictions were lifted Thursday
on BLM lands and were lifted on Bridger-Teton National Forest and Sublette
County lands two weeks ago. Fire restrictions remain on Game & Fish
Walk In Fishing & Hunting Access
Game & Fish Program
Game & Fish Department is alerting landowners that the deadline
to enroll land in the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Walk-In Area
fishing program for 2002 is Nov. 1.
A WIA is a tract of land or water the G&F leases
for public hunting or fishing. Beginning this sign-up period, landowners
can sign contracts from one to five years. Each additional year of enrollment
adds a five percent increase over the base payment.
Landowners may enroll both fishing and hunting areas
in the WIA program, and receive a combined potential maximum compensation
of $2,400 per year. The sign-up deadline for 2002 hunting WIAs is May
WIAs are part of the G&F's Private Lands/Public
Wildlife Conservation Initiative program and are an exceptional approach
to providing hunting and fishing access, say many sportsmen and landowners,
according to a Wyoming Game & Fish press release. The program's
main objectives are to maintain and enhance wildlife habitat and to
enhance hunting and fishing opportunities for the public.
Landowners interested in enrolling land in the PLPW
program should contact their local game warden or biologist to set up
a short field interview to assess the area.
Bonneville Cutthroat Trout not to be listed as Threatened or Endangered
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Oct. 9 that the Bonneville
cutthroat trout, also known as the Bear River cutthroat, does not warrant
listing as a threatened or endangered species under the Endangered Species
Act, according to a Wyoming Game & Fish news release. In February
1998, the Biodiversity Legal Foundation petitioned the service to list
the cutthroat subspecies as threatened throughout its range and designate
its occupied habitat as critical habitat under the act.
The Bonneville cutthroat is native to southwestern
Wyoming, primarily in the Smiths Fork and Thomas Fork drainages of the
Bear River system. Green River Regional Fisheries Supervisor Ron Remmick
says Wyoming has 36 streams with populations of Bonneville cutthroat
in the Bear River system. Approximately 84 percent of the streams in
the Bear River drainage are home to the Bonneville cutthroat. Remmick
says the 230-acre Lake Alice in the southern Bridger-Teton National
Forest has a naturally-reproducing Bonneville cutthroat population.
At one time the subspecies was thought to be extinct in Wyoming.
The service announced in its 12-month finding report
that in recent decades, conservation efforts have restored and protected
Bonneville cutthroat trout in many streams. In addition, recent surveys
revealed that many more pure Bonneville cutthroat trout populations
occur than what was previously thought, and pure populations continue
to be identified.
Overall, viable, self-sustaining Bonneville cutthroat
trout populations have been found to remain widely distributed throughout
the historic range of the fish and are being restored or protected where
Green River Drift Underway
the weather turns colder and snow starts to dust the high country, cattle
that roamed allotments in the Green River drainage mountain valleys
work their way down to lower ground. The ranchers and hands of the Upper
Green River Cattle Association begin bringing the herds down to the
cutting grounds at the Cora Y, at the junction with Highway 191. Each
day, cowhands sort through the cattle collected in the gathering grounds
to separate their cattle from the ones belonging to the other ranchers
from the area. The process of moving the cattle down from the Upper
Green River to the gathering grounds, and sorting them out, typically
takes several weeks each fall.
Local ranchers formed an association in the early 1900s
to help care for the cattle in the area and cattle have trailed or 'drifted'
up and down the Green River each spring and fall for so many years the
migration eventually became known as the Green River Drift. Each spring
and fall, visitors driving on Highway 352 on their way to Green River
Lakes can see cowboys on horses trailing along with the herds on the
wonderful local book on the Drift was written in 1994 by Jonita Sommers,
whose family has been ranching in the Green River Valley for many years.
Only 1000 copies of her book, "Green River Drift, A History
of the Upper Green River Cattle Association, A Changing Cowboy Legacy,
in Words and Pictures" were printed. Copies are very hard to
find today, but occasionally one will show up in used book stores or
on E-Bay for anyone who carefully looks. Copies are also available in
the Pinedale and Big Piney Sublette County libraries. Pictures and a
story of the Green River Drift also appeared in the October 11, 2001
issue of the Sublette Examiner newspaper written by Rhonda Swain.
Take - Trudy
It snowed in town and it frosted that super glue frost that won't scrape
off your windshield
and there are a bunch of people running around in cami clothes and bright
toppers on their hats. It must be getting close to that holiday that
we all know and love (especially the chocoholics) as Halloween. We were
actually planning on a bit more snow than the teaser that we got. The
snowbirds among us are beginning their preparations for the drive south.
The "old timers" are warning us of a long, snowy and cold
winter. All of this great news just when my tomato plant was in full
swing. It now resides in my house with hopes that the last of the green
ones will ripen on the vine. The Indian Summer is gone and we are now
in the "hunker down" mode. I think that I will stock up on
the hamburger sale at Falers this weekend and let those that are much
hardier in body and spirit than I am roam the hills and make those funny
sounds and freeze their noses off and try to outsmart the wild things
that wander through the forest. I will think of them while the hot chocolate
cools and the cookies bake. Best of luck to them.
Ready for Winter
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Pine Ski Area, and ski enthusiasts, await snow to begin the winter season.
New for this year, two new advanced terrain ski trails have been cut
on the mountain and the Ski Rental Shop has been moved from town to
the Base Lodge. The ski area hopes to be open mid-November, depending
on snow conditions. (More info)
Meeting on Canada Lynx
Pine Ready for Snow
Snowmobiling Highly Ranked
Public Meeeting on Canada Lynx
October 11, Jackson, 7-9 pm
National Forest will be holding a public meeting on public scoping meeting
Thursday, October 11th from 7-9 PM at the Teton County Commissioners
Chambers in Jackson, Wyoming.
The purpose of the meeting is to gather public input for
the proposed Northern Rockies Lynx Amendment that would add management
direction to 18 Forest Plans and 18 BLM Land Use Plans, to reduce risks
to Canada lynx, and to provide habitat for their continued survival.
Public input will be used to understand how the proposal affects lynx
and people, and to develop alternative proposals. The comments received
will become part of the public record.
Anyone who has questions can call the Bridger-Teton National
Forest at (307) 739-5500. Those
unable to attend this meeting and who would like to submit comments
prior to the October 26th deadline, can mail comments to:
Rockies Lynx Amendment
ATTN: Jon Haber
Northern Region Headquarters
P.O. Box 7669
Missoula, MT 59807
White Pine Ski Area Ready for Snow
to be open by mid-November, depending on snow conditions
Ski Area, located ten miles from Pinedale in the Bridger-Teton National
Forest, has been busy readying the ski area for the upcoming winter
ski season. Skiers will find two new advanced terrain trails available
this year, White Rock and Lost Eagle. Also, the White
Pine Ski & Sport Ski & Rental shop has been moved from downtown
Pinedale up to the Base Lodge on the mountain this year, making it more
convenient for skiers to rent equipment. Ski passes will be on sale
until November 1st.
Cross-country skiers are encouraged to come up and
use the White Pine lodge as a launching point to access many miles of
groomed and ungroomed trails. The Ski Area is nestled at the base of
the Bridger Wilderness and use of the cross-country trails is free.
The Lodge makes a convenient launch and pick-up point for those skiers
who prefer to cross-country ski while others are using the lifts for
Even non-skiers are invited to come up to the Lodge to
enjoy lunch and the great view of the lift and skiers coming down from
on the various trails. The Lodge windows offer great views of all the
runs to see skiers and snowboarders in action. Parents will enjoy being
able to keep tabs of their crew while sipping coffee or hot chocolate
from the warm lodge during ski breaks. For more information about White
Pine, visit their web site: www.whitepineski.com.
Forest Still Dry
fire restrictions having been lifted last week from Sublette County
and Bridger-Teton National Forest lands, visitors are being asked to
still be very careful with campfires, cigarettes, and chain saws. The
Bridger-Teton National Forest has already had several small fires that
have apparently been started through carelessness since the restrictions
were lifted. Last evening, Monday, another small fire was apparently
started by a careless hunter in Kilgore Creek on the Big Piney Ranger
District. This fire is expected to be brought under control today. Forest
Service managers caution that forest conditions are still very dry and
fire restrictions may be put back in place if conditions worsen and
more fires are started. Fire restrictions remain in effect on BLM and
Game & Fish managed lands.
Snowmobiling Highly Ranked
of SnoWest magazine rank Wyoming as the place with more high
quality areas to snowmobile in than any other state, according to a
news release from Wyoming Travel and Tourism. Four of Wyoming's trail
areas finished in the top ten. Results are published in special travel
planner issue of the magazine that has just been distributed to a paid
circulation in excess of 100,000 people. SnoWest readers ranked areas
in 12 western states. Editors say hundreds of surveys evaluated such
categories as scenery, grooming, and snow quality. Wyoming's Continental
Divide Trail System (CDST) ranked second overall, behind perennial leader
West Yellowstone. "Whether you are after hardcore hillclimbing,
chest-deep powder, untracked meadows or a day-long boondocking expedition,
make sure you get to the CDST soon," SnoWest publishers suggest.
There are about 2,000 miles in the Wyoming snowmobile
trail system and all areas have benefitted by registration and user
fees collected from both residents and non-residents. One hundred percent
of registration and user fees goes back into maintaining the trails
for signing, publishing of maps or grooming. (Local
Snowmobiling Info) (Wyoming
October 5 -
Fire Restrictions lifted some places
8 Motel Open
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new Pinedale Super 8 Motel is now open on the west end of Pinedale.
The new three-story facility has 43 rooms, an indoor pool and hot tub,
and business center. The new motel is located on Hwy 191 next to the
soon to be completed Pinedale Entertainment Center. (More
Restrictions Still on BLM Lands
Forest Rec Survey
Reminders from WY G&F
8 Now Open
Fire Restrictions Remain in Effect on BLM and Game & Fish lands,
lifted on Bridger-Teton National Forest
Campfires allowed, caution still urged
of Land Management reminds the public that fire restrictions are still
in effect on BLM administered lands in the Pinedale, Rock Springs and
Kemmerer areas. Restrictions are also still in effect on Game &
Fish managed lands. Fire restrictions were lifted by the Bridger-Teton
National Forest and Sublette County earlier last week.
users are still being urged to be extremely careful when recreating
in forested area. Campers should use fully enclosed liquid or gas fueled
stoves in lieu of campfires, whenever possible.
National Forest Recreation Survey
this month, Forest Service and contract employees will be working in
developed recreation sites and along Forest Service roads participating
in a National Recreation Use Survey to collect local visitor use information.
Survey personnel will be wearing bright orange vests and will be near
a sign that says "Voluntary Recreation Use Survey Ahead."
Every forest in the country is doing this on a four-year schedule; beginning
in October (our fiscal year 2002) the Bridger-Teton National Forest
will begin its year-long survey.
All responses are confidential and respondent's names
are not written anywhere on the survey. The basic interview lasts about
6 minutes. Every other visitor will be asked a few additional questions
which may take an additional 5 minutes. The questions visitors are asked
include: where they recreated on the Forest, how many people they traveled
with, how long they were on the Forest, what other recreation sites
they visited while on the Forest, and how satisfied they were with the
facilities and services provided. Twenty-five percent of visitors will
be asked to complete a confidential survey on recreation spending during
their trip. If
you have any questions about this study you can
visit the web site at: www.fs.fed.us/recreation/recuse/recuse.shtml
or call the Bridger-Teton National Forest at (307) 739-5516 for further
Hunting Reminders from the Wyoming Game & Fish
Game and Fish Department wants to help hunters avoid common mistakes
that may put them afoul of the law and has released a list of many of
the most hunting violations. These include:
From a Public Road It is illegal to shoot from or across a public
road when hunting or target shooting. That includes the shoulder and
borrow pit. If the road is fenced, a hunter must be on the other side
of the fence before shooting. If the road is not fenced, the hunter
must be past the borrow pit.
Hunters must have permission to enter private land in Wyoming, even
if the intent is to just cross the private land to reach public land.
In Wyoming, private property does not have to be posted to deny access.
to Wear Fluorescent Orange For whatever reason, some big game hunters
still refuse to wear fluorescent orange. Wyoming has a flexible hunter
orange law compared to many states. In Wyoming, hunters must visibly
wear a fluorescent orange vest/coat, hat or both. Camouflage hunter
orange patterns are allowed.
information, go to the Wyoming Game
& Fish web site.
Road Construction Delays on Hwy 189 & 191
traffic delays are expected at one of the bridge projects on U.S. Highway
189 & 191 after 7:00 a.m. Friday, October 5th. Crews will be pouring
a new bridge deck for the reconstruction project about one-mile north
of Granite Creek in the Hoback Canyon.
work is planned sometime after 7:00 a.m. on Friday. Since the bridge
repair projects started on U.S. 189 & 191 this spring, delays have
ranged from five to 30 minutes. Motorists should plan for delays between
20 and 30 minutes.
of the necessary area roadwork needs to be done during the warmer months
when temperatures and weather conditions are conducive to the work.
emergency and current information on Wyoming Department of Transportation
(WYDOT) projects, tune your AM radio to 1610 AM near Hoback and Alpine
Pinedale Super 8 Now Open
new Pinedale Super 8 Motel is now open for business, adding 43 new rooms,
including 2, two-room suites to the Pinedale lodging scene. The three-story
lodge has an indoor pool, hot tub, business communication center (with
computer, copier and limited fax), and guest washer & dryer laundry
facilities. Pets are allowed with permission. Prices start at $54 and
up, depending on the room and the season. Reservations can be made through
the 1-800-800-8000 reservation phone number, or by visiting the Super
8 web site at www.super8.com. For
more information, please click here.