Protect Towed Water Sports on Lake Billy Chinook

Help ensure recreational boating’s future in Oregon through boating education


TUBING

WAKESURFING

WATER SKIING

WAKEBOARDING

WAKE ON. WAKE RESPONSIBLY

In an effort to foster a peaceful environment on all waterways, Wake Responsibly is a campaign that educates boaters about courteous behavior to ensure every moment on the lake is safe and enjoyable for all.


TOWED WATERSPORTS EDUCATION PROGRAM

NOW IS THE TIME FOR ACTION


Oregon is quickly becoming one of the least friendly places for recreational boating in the nation. Over the last two years, bans or significant restrictions on towed watersports have been enacted across an unprecedented amount of Oregon waterways. To ensure boating opportunities are accessible to all Oregonians, we need your help to change the tide. Boater education and following best practices is the only way to avoid state regulation of towed watersports on Lake Billy Chinook. Please do your part!

LAKE BILLY CHINOOK GUIDELINES

BOATER EDUCATION VIDEOS

SPONSORED BY

WSIA WAKE RESPONSIBLY COMING TO BEND

Date: Wednesday, June 8th

Time: 6-8 PM

Location: Immersion Brewing Bend

We hope you will join us for raffles, boating education and cold beverages at the upcoming WSIA Wake Responsibly event. This is a great way to show your support for the boating community in Oregon and meet other boating families!

Raffle prizes donated by: Liquid Force, Hyperlite, Connelly, FatSac, Obrien and Aquaglide.


BOATING EDUCATION
RAFFLE PRIZES
COLD BEVERAGES

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