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The Visitor Activity Management Process and National Historic Parks and Sites - serving the visitor



The Visitor Activity Management Process and National Historic Parks and Sites - serving the visitor



Recreation Research Review 14(4): 41-44



National Historic Parks and Sites in Ontario, Canada has become involved in implementing a Visitor Activity Management Process (VAMP). An introduction is given to VAMP, a park level component of the park management process, which integrates all the services provided in support of the visitor and addresses all aspects of the visitor trip cycle to national historic parks.

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