A visitor survey for two Tennessee state parks: Meeman-Shelby Forest and Fall Creek Falls
Donald A. Boyd, Tennessee. Dept. of Conservation. Division of Planning and Development, Memphis State University. Bureau of Business and Economic Research
Memphis State University, 1975 - Travel - 63 pages
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access roads Activities By Season CM CM Creek Falls Shelby energy crisis Fall Creek Falls Fall Number Falls and Shelby Falls Shelby Forest Falls State Park fee-required activities Forest State Park i-l CM income Meeman-Shelby Forest Memphis State University methodology non-fee activities noon Number and Percent Number of Percent Number of Total Number of vehicles observed traffic out-of-state outdoor recreation Park by season Park financing Percent of Reported Percent of Surveys Percent of Total Percent of Visitors Percent of Yearly percentage questionnaire randomly selected recreation hours recreation planner repeat Park visits repeat visits respondents sample Saturday selected Parks Shelby Forest Percent survey visitors SURVEYED IN FALL Table Tennessee counties Tennessee State Parks Total Number traffic counter traffic patterns two-hour periods types of vehicles VEHICLES OBSERVED visitation patterns visitor profile VISITORS AND VEHICLES visitors participated Visitors Surveyed visitors to Shelby Visitors Who Participated weather conditions week-days weekend days Yearly Total