Factors influencing campground use in the Superior National Forest of Minnesota
North Central Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1971 - Nature - 18 pages
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15 Campsite 248 interviews 34 campgrounds analysis attri auto campgrounds Baker Lake Birch Lake Bouder Lake BWCA Cadotte Lake campground Figure campsites within campground Cascade River class Number Crescent Lake Devil Track Lake distribution East Bearskin Lake environment facilities factors Fall Lake Fenske Lake Flour Lake grounds Hogback Lake illus individual campgrounds individual campsites intensity of campground Isabella River Kawishiwi Lake Lake 27 Lake 38 Lake Jeanette Lichen Lake Lucas McDougal Lake Mean percent occupancy Moose Lake natural environment northeastern Minnesota Number of campsites number of individual overall survey period particular campground particular camping area percent of capacity Poplar River Portage River reasons sample Sawbill Lake screened from neighbors selected a campground South Kawishiwi River statistically significant Stony Point Superior National Forest swimming beach Temperance River tion total number Trails End USDA Forest Serv users variables visitors waterfront campsites Whiteface Reservoir word-of-mouth