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State & Local Recreation. Public Recreation Lands. Public Recreation Lands. Public Recreation Lands Annual Visits. (Cordell, 1990). Location of Participation in Outdoor Recreation. (Cordell, 1990). Why do users decide to visit state & local recreation sites?. Travel distance to the site

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Public Recreation LandsAnnual Visits

(Cordell, 1990)



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Why do users decide to visit state & local recreation sites?

  • Travel distance to the site

  • Proximity to population centers

  • Costs involved

  • Visitor needs

  • Available time

  • Weather


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Evolution of state systems

  • 1864 - Yosemite State Park established in CA

  • 1885 - NYS establishes first state forest reserve

  • 1919 - First state park system established in IL

  • 1921 - First state parks conference held in Des Moines, IA


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Evolution of state systems

  • 1954 - NYS establishes first Bond Act

  • 1965 - Land and Water Conservation Fund Act passed by Congress

    • SCORP (Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan)


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Agencies in New York

  • NYSOPRHP

  • NYSDEC

  • NYSDOT

  • NYSCC

  • NYSDED

  • NYSDA&M

  • NYSDOS

  • NYSDMV

  • NYSDOH


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NYS Office of Parks, Rec., & Historic Preservation (OPRHP)

  • Manages 168 state parks & 35 state historic sites

  • Administers:

    • Land and Water Conservation Act funds & SCORP (http://nysparks.state.ny.us/scorp)

    • Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act funds

    • Env. Quality Bond Act funds



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NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation (DEC)

  • Manages:

    • state forests

    • state campgrounds (Adirondacks & Catskills)

    • state wildlife management areas

    • state wilderness areas

    • state fish hatcheries

  • Issues hunting & fishing licenses

    • $30.9 million in revenue in 2001



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NYS Dept. of Economic Development (DED)

  • Economic Development Corporation or “I Love NY” Program

  • Promotes tourism in NYS (Http://www.iloveny.com/main.asp)

  • Administers state funding for tourism promotion to county tourism agencies



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NYS Department of Transportation (DOT)

  • Scenic Byways Program

    • Designate state byways

    • Recommend state byways for national designation

    • Administer national scenic byways funds

  • Highway Program

    • Signage

    • State road & bridge maintenance


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NYS Canal Corporation (NYSCC)

  • Manages & promotes New York’s Canal System

  • Collects lock use fees on Canal


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State-fundedRegional Agencies

  • Adirondack Park Agency

  • Tug Hill Commission

  • Hudson River Valley Greenway


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Adirondack Park Agency

  • Planning agency for the Adirondack Park

  • Manages two interpretive centers at Paul Smiths & Newcomb


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Tug Hill Commission

  • Provides technical assistance to local governments for:

    • economic development appropriate for the Tug Hill region

    • environmental protection


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Hudson River Valley Greenway

  • Regional planning program

  • Provides technical assistance to communities to protect scenic, natural, historic, cultural, & recreational resources.


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State Agency Concerns

  • Incompatibility between agency regions

  • Communication between agencies

  • Low funding levels

  • Often little return to recreation on funds generated from users


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Types of County & Local Parks

  • Parks

  • Swimming areas

    • Pools

    • Beaches

  • Picnic areas

  • Nature centers & museums


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Types of County & Local Parks (continued)

  • Trails

  • Ball fields

  • Skating rinks

  • Playgrounds


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County and Local Park Ownership

  • County

    • County Recreation Department

  • Township

    • Town Supervisor or Recreation Department

  • City or village

    • City/Village maintenance staff or recreation department


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Recreation Opportunity Spectrum?

Roaded

Natural

Primitive

Semi-Primitive

Non-motor

Semi-

Primitive

Motorized

Rural

Urban


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