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Behavioral consequences of campground user fees

, : Behavioral consequences of campground user fees. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 14(1): 81-93

Levying fees for the use of public lands has been one of the most controversial topics in outdoor recreation in the USA over the last decade. In this study, an experiment was conducted with 910 campers from southern California to examine the effects of fees on campers' expectations and behaviour. The results indicate that campers perceive a clear role for government in the provision of camping, but they also believe that it is appropriate to ask users to bear a portion of the provision costs.

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