River Report: 4-9-22

In this week’s Shenandoah River Report, a little kay-yakkin’ from Riverkeeper Mark Frondorf, brought to you by Front Royal Outdoors. For a great selection of new and used watercraft, including kayaks, visit Don Roberts at Front Royal Outdoors, or log on to https://frontroyaloutdoors.com


River Report: 4-4-22

In this edition of the Shenandoah River Report, Riverkeeper Mark Frondorf has some fun facts about our own Shenandoah River…brought to you by Front Royal Outdoors, featuring a great selection of watercraft including kayaks, but they won’t last long! Visit them at the entrance to the Shenandoah River State Park or log on to https://frontroyaloutdoors.com  

River Report: 3-28-22

In our first Shenandoah River Report of the year, Riverkeeper Mark Frondorf follows up on last year’s algal blooms on the Shenandoah River and gives you a general outlook for 2022. Brought to you again by Front Royal Outdoors. Featuring an amazing selection of watercraft, including kayaks. Find out more by visiting https://frontroyaloutdoors.com


News Maker Arline Link on Empty Bowl Supper

The House of Hope’s annual Empty Bowl Supper is coming up in April.

Arline Link of Explore Art and Clay of Front Royal is preparing clay blows for the event now.

We spoke to Arline about the preparation in our latest news maker.

The good news is brought to you by The Town of Front Royal.

Arline tells us how you can get a bowl and help House of Hope.

She also tells us that you are welcome to help in the process of making the bowls if you would like a fun activity that helps a worthy cause.

Arline discusses how the process works and the type of help she needs.

Click here for Arline’s interview.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

WCFR receives donations that will improve water rescue

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Warren County Fire and Rescue’s (WCFR) Water Response Program has received four kayaks to assist with the Community Water Rescue Program.

The kayaks were donated by Front Royal Outdoors and Down River Canoe Company.

The department has received an increased number of water rescue calls due to the influx of visitors to the area.

Low water levels have created a condition where kayaks have become more effective and better water rescue device.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.