I Have a CPAP Machine
Thank you for offering to donate your gently used PAP devices and other unused equipment (masks, hoses, filters, etc.).
While we would like to recycle all devices, the need is so great; we must set some limitations on the types of machines we can accept for the program in order to manage the cost of disposing them ourselves.
We cannot accept the following devices:
- PAP devices that are 8 years old or older
- PAP devices that have more than 10,000 hours of use
- ResMed CPAP devices - S7 or earlier models (S6 devices accepted for VPAP or BiPAP models only)
- Philips/Respironics devices - RemStar Plus LX, Aria LX or Solo
- Fisher & Paykel devices - Sleep Style 600 or Icon
- Puritan Bennet - Good Knight
If you are not certain whether the device you have to donate is one that we will accept, please complete the CPAP Donation Form by clicking the link below and we will advise if it is one that we can distribute to a patient in need.
RED (HISTORY) TRAIL
The Red Trail, after half a mile, takes you to the impressive New Manchester mill ruins alongside the white-water rapids of
Sweetwater Creek and is the recommended hike for first-time visitors. New Manchester was a mid-nineteenth century mill town which met its demise during the Civil War A history guide for the Red Trail is available in the Interpretive Center, The second half mile of the Red Trail, downstream of the mill, continues to follow the rapids to the Sweetwater Falls area and is considerably more strenuous because of the very rocky terrain.
The Red Trail is the most frequently used trail in the park because it’s the shortest trail to the mill ruins and best showcases the beauty of the creek valley