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Campsite users' location and choice behaviour in Rainbow Falls Provincial Park

Campsite users' location and choice behaviour in Rainbow Falls Provincial Park

Recreation Research Review 12(1): 69-79

The Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) approach to park planning and management in which visitor satisfaction is central is tested. It is demonstrated that a small Ontario provincial park contains three different settings, as measured by 13 locational and biophysical attributes, of camp sites.

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