Recreation Planning in the National Parks

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In 1935 approximately 750,000 people visited the National Parks in California. There are reasons to believe that the use of National Parks will still greatly increase. To provide adequate facilities and safeguards for this large number of people, and, at the same time, to prevent the deterioration of the recreational areas requires careful planning. Some of the problems confronting the recreational planner are described in Mr. Cook's article.

Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: National Park Service

Publication date: July 1, 1937

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