National Association of State Park Directors

Statistical Report of State Park Operations: 2011-2012
Annual Information Exchange
for the Period July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012

Prepared for the National Association of State Park Directors by AIX-Project Team Yu-Fai Leung, Ph.D., Principal Investigator Chrystos Siderelis, Ph.D., Co-Principal Investigator Anna Miller, Project Assistant Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27695

Published under the direction of The National Association of State Park Directors 8829 Woodyhill Road Raleigh, NC 27613-1134 919-971-9300

February 2013 Volume 34

2011- 2012 Annual Information Exchange Report

To requests copies contact: AIX Project Team Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management NC State University Box 8004, 4008 Biltmore Hall Raleigh, NC 27695-8004 919-515-3276 February 2013 Volume 34 $350 commercial - $30 nonprofit and government agencies AIX Project Website: http://cnr.ncsu.edu/rern/aix/ NASPD Website: http://www.naspd.org/

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Table of Contents
Preface ...................................................................................................................................... 4 Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 5 Table 1: Inventory ................................................................................................................ 6 Table 2: Facilities ............................................................................................................... 11 Table 3A: Visitation and Use - Attendance .............................................................. 18 Table 3B: Visitation and Use – Overnight Visitation .......................................... 20 Table 3C: Visitation and Use – Overnight Facility Utilization ....................... 21 Table 4: Capital Expenses ............................................................................................... 25 Table 5A: Financing – OperatingExpenditures ..................................................... 27 Table 5B: Financing – Capital Expenditures .......................................................... 29 Table 5C: Financing - Parks' Share of State Expenditures .............................. 31 Table 5D: Financing – User Fees.................................................................................. 32 Table 5E: Financing – Revenue Sources................................................................... 39 Table 5F: Financing – Revenue Sources ................................................................... 42 Table 6A: Personnel – Number of Positions ............................................................ 46 Table 6B: Personnel – Salaries...................................................................................... 51 Table 6C: Personnel – Employee Benefits................................................................ 54 Table 7: Supporting Group ............................................................................................. 55 Definitions ............................................................................................................................. 56

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Preface
The AIX reports are designed and intended primarily for use by the state park directors and their staff for various purposes, such as identifying program, facility and personnel needs, formulating budgetary requests for state legislatures, and comparing their programs with those of the other states. For such “inhouse” use, the reported data essentially speak for themselves and require little explanation or amplification. Over the years, however, state parks data published in the AIX have been increasingly requested, and presumably used, by a growing number of other individuals – in academic institutions, other governmental agencies, and business and industry. Because of these expanding external interests, it is important that the subject data first be adequately understood so they may be properly applied. For that reason, every effort has been made in compiling this report to provide guidance for the user, as well as to ensure accuracy and completeness of the data themselves. Slight changes have been made in this report each year in format, organization and in the included subject matter. This current version contains the same types of information as in the past, presented in a manner intended to facilitate access and allow ready comparison with similar data for previous years. It is recommended that all users of the data in this report, whether veteran park staffers or novices, first carefully review the accompanying definitions, notes and symbols to make sure they have the best possible understanding before making assumptions or drawing conclusions based on this data set. Phil McKnelly Executive Director, NASPD Priscilla Geigis President, NASPD

The information contained in this report represents the most current data submitted by the states at the time of publication. Updated data are available from the National Association of State Park Directors and the AIX Project Team.

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Introduction
All data in this report are for the period between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012, or for the status as of that date, whichever is applicable. Please note that the title of this report has changed since 2009 to clearly reflect the time period covered by the data, not the year in which the report is published. All data are provided by the state park agencies for their respective states. Where exact data are not collected by certain states, those states are requested to estimate as accurately as possible rather than omit responses altogether. If current year data were not provided by the state, prior year data were used. Reasonable efforts were made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of all reported data. For example, data entries were compared with previous year’s data to identify unusual changes, and total values were checked for possible calculation errors. Apparent input errors were marked on the draft report distributed in December 2012 to facilitate review and correction by the states. For these and other possible errors individual states were also contacted to verify the data item(s) in question. We believe this error-checking process has resulted in a more accurate data set. However, users are advised to contact the individual states directly if further verification is desired. This report contains only tabulated raw data. Analysis and interpretation is the responsibility of the individual user. While all of the fifty state park systems share common attributes, they nevertheless vary considerably from state to state. For this reason, total comparability among the reported data cannot be achieved. Effort has been made, however, to devise common denominators that will allow a useful degree of comparison. Users of these data should become familiar with the definitions and guidelines established for certain categories, as set forth below. The following sections are organized by tables. Each ‘table’ corresponds to the respective AIX worksheet that was distributed to each state. As each table/worksheet has many columns they are broken down into several pages for display in report format. Each section starts with a brief introduction followed by the data tables. At the end of each table there are explanatory notes. Finally, definitions of terms are provided at the end of the report.

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Table 1: Inventory
(page 1 of 5) Inventory pertains to the real property assets of a state park system, i.e. the various areas of land and water managed directly by the state parks agency. Inventory is measured in terms of number of areas and total acreage.
Parks Number Operating 22 48 14 10 87 41 42 16 56 48 16 19 44 24 54 25 17 22 13 66 79 63 67 24 50 54 8 12 34 39 35 174 29 13 75 31 47 113 22 41 12 39 76 42 52 35 99 24 59 11 2,143 Recreation Areas Number Number Operating Acreage 80 80 337,874 1 1 686 19 19 10,210 105 105 330,561 2 2 260 34 34 28,156 12 12 1,399 22 22 62,251 1 1 700 12 12 14,445 23 23 12,427 77 62 28,681 4 4 6,600 23 23 105,816 8 8 23,069 60 60 101,414 6 6 57,699 19 18 13,572 3 3 6,331 58 58 20,232 4 4 12,240 9 8 2,292 3 3 2,418 74 71 8,953 43 43 14,790 2 46 8 1 759 2 42 8 1 735 300 17,108 16,268 1,009 1,237,761 Natural Areas Number Operating Acreage 1 49,320 2 12,086 2 17,457 16 71,135 93 48 9,812 7 4,811 36 390,713 1 6,175 4 13,723 117 47,815 1 7,002 11 38,820 5 1,339 1 700 18 6,435 8 1,523 1 5,624 30 26,673 3 22,254 8 3,311 1 640 27 15,057 3 2,333 6 2,970 4 16,368 7 95,781 33 18,487 2 363 2 262 498 888,989

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total

Number 22 48 14 10 87 43 42 16 56 56 16 19 44 24 54 25 17 29 13 66 85 68 67 24 50 54 8 13 34 39 35 182 35 13 75 31 50 113 25 41 12 39 76 42 69 35 104 24 61 11 2,216

Acreage 48,154 2,998,258 22,156 23,668 1,152,660 218,564 23,089 20,378 264,745 84,569 17,966 33,083 79,170 62,395 41,703 32,900 29,997 34,192 27,953 134,539 65,097 183,837 257,794 23,891 139,739 44,235 31,680 80,642 65,287 128,131 189,216 332,525 151,775 14,224 174,342 66,973 59,218 290,041 8,742 86,370 76,337 147,845 536,611 147,652 50,852 65,007 93,558 80,337 72,866 116,056 9,131,019

Number 1 3 2 16 114 48 13 36 1 4 117 6 17 5 1 18 9 1 30 20 8 1 33 3 6 4 7 33 8 2 567

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Table 1: Inventory
(page 2 of 5)

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total

Historical Areas Number Number Operating Acreage 10 10 1,250 9 9 4,544 19 19 2,655 52 52 26,509 6 6 635 2 2 368 20 20 3,426 17 15 8,311 14 14 1,113 5 5 11,514 2 2 82 2 2 104 1 1 423 11 11 1,011 26 14 2,725 25 22 512 62 62 19,065 5 5 1,729 68 68 34 35 4,592 11 10 2,390 5 4 6,027 17 17 1,135 23 23 65 1 1 33 35 35 4,530 1 1 15 14 14 1,122 10 10 133 15 15 3,797 1 1 318 11 11 6,796 13 13 5,999 3 3 574 11 11 630 9 9 2,767 28 28 2,535 598 580 129,434

Environmental Education Areas Number Number Operating Acreage 3 3 4,805 1 1 368 10 10 2 2 80 1 1 10 3 3 2,710 1 1 2 15 4 1 2 46 1 1 2 15 4 1 2 46 334 874 1,804 6,748 4,681 10 329 22,753

Scientific Areas Number Number Operating Acreage 6 96 2 10 1 115 6 85 2 10 103 665 10,700 5,168 2,651 315 19,499

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Table 1: Inventory
(page 3 of 5)

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total

Number 32 6 1 96 62 11 746 8 9 971

Forests Number Operating 32 6 1 96 62 11 746 8 9 971

Acreage 171,921 20,679 851 244,778 253,207 763,781 60,234 56,720 1,572,171

Fish & Wildlife Areas Number Number Operating Acreage 2 348 65 7 1 353 4 780 2 348 65 7 1 353 684,252 248,033 2,099 1,158 197,080 -

Other & Misc. Areas Number Number Operating Acreage 1 19,811 1 1 12 17 17 15,402 77 77 142,707 2 2 432 1 49 25 25 98,355 25 25 13,171 4 1 602 65 65 22,323 8 8 107,391 21 21 3,800 1,745 86 70 9,313 1,575 1 12 2 32 11 85 42 69 3 8 35 2,208 1,575 1 12 2 27 60 33 69 3 1 24 2,119 617 60,000 1,800 146,308 50,979 29,135 24,263 600 7,528 19,135 2,233 6,630 7,889 792,230

4 33,533 780 1,166,155

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Table 1: Inventory
(page 4 of 5)
Total Areas Number Operating 22 139 29 52 279 569 138 27 171 63 68 29 321 36 174 25 51 37 115 66 317 96 1,790 25 86 66 78 22 90 112 39 1,411 36 30 75 35 219 120 65 56 131 54 96 50 86 36 178 47 78 40 7,975 Total Trails Number Operating 119 102 124 140 2,302 407 5 64 602 123 46 3 6 1 2 170 25 14 23 35 5 25 38 233 2 114 131 4 59 292 3 36 498 36 6 964 14 149 111 220 3 105 47 293 5 2 39 248 7,995

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total

Number 22 139 31 52 279 592 138 34 171 73 68 32 321 36 185 25 51 61 139 66 339 101 1,790 25 85 66 79 25 91 118 39 1,419 70 31 75 35 256 120 77 56 131 54 96 50 103 43 204 47 80 40 8,260

Acreage 48,154 3,386,702 64,088 54,370 1,596,267 1,045,523 206,633 25,866 785,395 92,880 39,824 58,922 480,353 171,441 71,081 32,900 45,180 43,919 98,065 134,539 353,889 292,721 284,131 24,591 204,331 46,035 135,484 144,683 233,071 441,110 196,677 1,351,569 215,404 19,842 174,342 70,031 108,613 297,055 9,475 90,167 101,943 190,144 638,391 150,758 69,349 71,637 119,548 177,133 146,183 119,600 14,960,010

Number 119 102 124 140 2,302 407 6 64 602 123 46 3 6 1 2 170 25 14 2 35 5 25 38 233 2 114 131 4 59 292 4 36 498 36 6 964 14 149 111 220 3 105 47 293 6 2 42 248 7,980

Miles 194 550 124 388 5,095 584 95 154 1,668 523 125 1,003 262 6 82 317 120 331 32 2,145 227 1,323 115 933 324 290 3,864 167 128 3,436 781 3,250 1,498 402 147 1,494 102 366 1,896 998 97 302 249 508 465 149 2,000 119 39,429

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Table 1: Inventory
(page 5 of 5) Explanatory Notes
STATE Arizona NOTES The total number of areas in the system has decreased as a result of how we are tracking an area. San Rafael Ranch House and San Rafael Natural Area were counted as separate areas in the past because of how and when the areas were added to our system. We are now including them as one area for the purpose of this report. A recent inventory of the trails system resulted in a significant change in the number of trails. The same inventory changed the reported number of trail system miles by about 50 miles total. Colorado closed operations at one state park in the October 2011. This was principally due to problems with the reservoir dam and loss of water rights in the area resulting in loss of the reservoir. Most of the property is now a State Wildlife Area. Colorado State Parks and Colorado Division of Wildlife began merging into one agency starting in July 2011. By July 2012, most agency operations were organizationally merged. Numbers reported for FY11-12 are for the State Parks system in Colorado. Only property numbers and acres are reported above. Other numbers in this report show the numbers for the State Parks system. Other and Misc Areas: Includes State Trails and Greenways now managed by the Florida Park Service. No Change in Data. No changes in Table 1 for FY2011/2012. ACW Other/Misc Areas are the state parks managed by county conservation boards. George Wyth and Stone had new acreage. The 167 acres at Stone will eventually be dedicated as a preserve and not a state park. KYState Parks GIS Analyst, Alex Thor, has assisted with the Total Acreage Inventory for the last 5 NASPD-AIX surveys. The GIS division has been corresponding with our state Finance & Administration Cabinet regarding the original deeds of parks' lands, while continuing to manage the boundaries and GIS data for our state parks. Costitution Square State Historic Site was sold & the land was transferred. KYState Parks also transferred 308 acres from Grayson Lake State Park and transferred another 19.5 acres to KYDept of Fish & Wildlife. As a result, our total acreage was decreased, compared to previous years’ data. Furthermore, Alex Thor reiterated that over the next 2-5 years, our acreage amounts may continue to change as he continues to dissect these historic deeds and attempt to accurately map out our State Parks’ boundaries. Louisiana was able to reopen two historical areas with assistance from friends groups and local communities and government agencies. Areas: two recreation areas were consolidated into a single area, thereby reducing the total number by one. Acreage changes: five acres were added at one state recreation area and half an acre was added at one state park. Trails: two previously separate trails were consolidated. For this period, all areas have been combined due to official designation as State Parks. The Maryland Park Service has 2 Major Rail Trails comprising 31.5 Miles and 653 acres. Individual parks have a total of 789 miles of trails and water trails The number of acres increased from last year by 2,155 acres. These acres are included in the other and miscellaneous acreage. Two additional recreation areas have been added to the Michigan State Park System, with the addition of Rockport and Menominee River Recreation Areas. Addition of LaSalle Lake State Recreation Area, this unit contained one additional State Scientific and Natural Area. Several new state forest recreation areas were identified in our tracking system. Several state trails were developed. Regarding state forest areas: Our division does not manage the entire state forest as a recreation unit. Instead we manage several campgrounds and picnic areas within the state forests. There are 62 of these campgrounds and picnic areas. Since these are just locations in a forest they do not have acreages. Past data (1 trail, 238 miles) reflected a single facility, Katy Trail State Park, as the only park solely dedicated to providing a trail.) The new data (233/933.3) is more reflective of the overall trail system in Missouri State Parks In FY 2012 the division deleted two 'Other, Miscellaneous Areas'; the decrease in acreage was approximately 121 acres. Change in acreage indicates changes in easements to existing parks and other conveyance recording. In FY 2012 the division also managed 2 additional sites that are classified as fishing access sites. Total Trails- Montana State Parks only manages trails within our state parks. We assist local clubs and communities through grant programs but do not manage any trails that may be established. Data not provided for 2008. Six recreation areas were transferred to local jurisdictions (city or county) to own, operate and manage as part of our restructuring and budget reduction plans. 237 acre added by purchase to Jericho Mtn state park. Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park included as Historical Area in 10/11; Natural Areas: Broad Canyon; and Environmental Education Areas: Rio Grande Nature Center and Mesilla Valley Bosque State Parks. This table contains data from both the New Y ork State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) and the New Y ork State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). Information for New Y ork is based on the state's fiscal year, April 1 to March 31. The most recent new park is FDR Four Freedoms Park in New Y ork City. Park numbers and acreage changes are largely due to additions and exchanges within the park system. Eleven "Other" areas include 7 State Lakes (29,135 acres of water) and 4 State Rivers. In addition to the above figures, we also have 1965 acres along the Deep River State Trail and Mountains-to-Sea Trail. Mountain bogs are now counted as separate units. Seven properties were transferred to alternative operators. State Recreation Areas = SRA/SRS; Natural Areas = SNA/SNS; Historical Areas = SHS/SHA; Other & Miscellaneous includes Scenic Viewpoints, Waysides, Scenic Corridors, etc. "Operational" determined through use of the HUB asset management system. Trail info provided by Rocky Houston. PA continues to GPS its trails. As we continue to refine this program, the numbers of trails and mileage will be corrected. Other & Miscellaneous Areas have been incorporated into the total number of state parks. Aquired new land at Jones Gap State Park. Maintaining land at H. Cooper Black. Cummins Falls State Park dedicated in May 2012. Acres added - 5775 - state parks + 846 acres in natural areas= 6621 acres total Other - 19,135 acres held in conservation easements one trail added at Cummins Falls-1 mile. Approx. 5 miles new trail at Cumberland Trail TRAILS here consist only of our designated trailways and does not include all trails in SP, SHS, SNAs. Added two parks and an additional unit to Devils River SNA. Total Miles of Trails in 10/11 should be 97 also. State parks change in naming convention only. Former grouping of upland and island park is now divided into two separetely named parks. The state recreation areas relinguishment of 1 recreation area to another government entity. In the miscellaneous areas - relinguishment of 1 miscellaneous area to another government entity. Total state parks acreage is cumulative effect of multiple boundary corrections; state rec. is also a cumulative effect of one religuishment and multiple boundary corrections. Trail data refers to only our two rail trails. Total trails in all areas equal some 1000 miles. 2012 Updated Trails Data From GIS Data Compiled all trails including interpretive, ADA, Hiking, Mountain Biking, and equestrian from all state parks and historical areas. This also includes many miles of Hiking/Mountain Biking Trails at Glendo State Park. GIS Data edited and acres re-figured and added in aquired properties at Curt Gowdy State Park all properties accounted for. Trails have increased because of new trails built.

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Florida Georgia Indiana Iowa Kentucky

Louisiana Maine

Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota

Missouri Montana

Nebraska New Hampshire New Mexico New Y ork

North Carolina Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee

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Table 2: Facilities (page 1 of 7)
This report tabulates the number of separate state park areas offering such facilities, as well as the total number of such facilities, broken down by year-around and seasonal availability. States that provided “0” or no data are excluded from averages. To be included the facilities must be owned by the state and either self operated or concession or lease operated by private business. Facilities may also be included which are owned privately and operated by the state. Facilities which are neither state owned nor state operated may not be included, regardless of whether access to such facilities crosses park lands or not.
Improved Campsites Number of Year Round Seasonal 2,609 1,414 146 1,614 8,317 1,350 2,465 1,113 1,264 212 388 3,585 2,242 268 98 1,438 324 6,529 7,772 111 4,124 4,150 2,600 518 2,030 1,332 846 130 2,193 148 3,186 1,696 11,250 3,700 914 1,622 2,740 923 131 82 3,580 381 28 1,149 505 621 2,135 51 15,512 611 2,387 936 8,991 2,526 1,263 3,886 1,311 141 5,866 1,126 2,660 167 3,103 824 2,103 712 6,740 218 1,198 2,215 43 1,753 1,256 939 166 1,137 197 999 85 9 93,928 73,176 2,184 1,978 Primitive Campsites Number of Year Round Seasonal 512 2,571 195 167 3,735 650 991 738 165 585 29 152 99 1 5 168 4 2,081 501 576 5,000 200 165 624 322 492 23 132 10 1,265 412 253 14 26 385 163 7,610 915 45 200 70 159 1,780 749 937 285 90 361 79 2,416 1,208 158 225 40 528 25 98 7 263 235 75 1,821 73 501 94 85 1,791 2,637 344 153 520 3,401 1,405 70 36,864 18,000 899 545

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average

Areas 22 14 28 87 26 11 5 59 42 12 17 55 30 47 86 32 19 9 20 20 68 65 22 40 18 47 12 14 15 63 119 17 14 56 34 43 46 3 33 47 35 75 53 39 25 99 28 41 4 1,816 37

Total 2,609 1,560 1,614 9,667 3,578 1,264 600 3,585 2,510 98 1,762 6,529 7,772 4,235 6,750 2,548 1,332 846 2,323 3,334 12,946 4,614 1,622 3,663 213 3,580 381 1,177 1,126 2,186 15,512 2,998 936 8,991 3,789 5,197 6,007 1,126 2,827 3,927 2,815 6,740 1,416 2,215 1,796 2,195 1,303 1,196 94 167,104 3,410

Areas 22 62 2 17 62 30 4 6 41 35 1 5 62 10 14 112 23 8 8 6 18 80 16 6 23 62 11 7 12 51 17 23 13 7 34 22 14 1 25 21 12 45 46 6 4 101 9 47 11 1,274 26

Total 512 2,571 195 167 4,385 1,729 165 614 152 100 5 172 2,081 501 576 5,200 789 322 492 155 1,275 412 253 40 548 7,610 960 200 229 2,529 937 375 361 79 3,624 383 568 25 105 263 310 1,821 574 94 85 4,428 497 3,921 1,475 54,864 1,120

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Table 2: Facilities (page 2 of 7)
Cabins/Cottages Number of Year Round Seasonal 210 4 56 13 16 8 199 77 34 65 2 23 18 216 381 36 57 5 128 59 55 95 58 55 109 4 310 205 45 97 10 16 130 61 91 51 253 37 166 3 8 74 152 2 13 8 65 17 105 719 10 6 13 30 518 304 277 8 196 189 11 155 152 223 366 135 5 2 42 320 207 1 186 147 1 9 4 4 5,825 2,317 129 70 Group Facilities Number of Year Round Seasonal 2 7 3 67 102 2 2 3 10 2 3 1 6 1 2 1 16 13 1 1 10 15 1 12 1 1 2 38 3 3 14 6 1 12 1 1 13 1 2 4 8 7 17 1 6 2 27 50 17 3 2 2 1 239 290 9 11

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average

Areas 11 20 3 11 9 11 1 5 22 30 5 12 24 11 19 21 16 16 17 10 60 31 19 12 11 9 2 4 10 1 23 2 10 16 15 30 44 1 15 37 21 19 7 14 20 31 19 9 2 768 16

Total 214 69 24 199 111 65 2 41 216 381 36 62 187 150 113 113 310 205 142 26 191 142 253 203 11 226 2 13 73 17 824 16 43 518 304 285 385 11 155 375 366 135 7 42 320 208 333 10 8 8,142 166

Areas 2 7 3 6 4 3 10 1 1 7 3 1 2 10 1 9 11 7 1 3 4 3 2 7 12 1 5 1 6 15 6 1 6 23 41 3 2 1 231 6

Total 2 7 3 169 4 3 10 2 3 7 3 1 16 13 1 11 15 13 1 3 38 6 14 7 12 2 13 1 6 15 17 1 6 29 67 3 4 1 529 14

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Table 2: Facilities (page 3 of 7)
Lodges Number of Year Round Seasonal 5 4 4 1 5 1 1 5 3 7 1 17 6 1 1 1 3 2 4 1 1 1 3 1 9 5 5 1 1 1 1 3 4 6 2 1 3 1 9 1 2 112 22 4 2 Lodge Rooms Number of Year Round Seasonal 343 218 473 29 277 6 10 302 575 56 105 890 13 67 7 48 10 105 40 48 192 22 818 239 41 8 16 15 78 38 122 642 225 8 843 61 6,536 454 251 45

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average

Areas 5 4 7 1 5 1 1 8 7 1 17 6 1 1 1 3 5 2 1 4 9 5 3 2 1 5 6 6 1 4 10 2 135 4

Total 5 4 4 1 5 1 1 8 7 1 17 6 1 1 1 3 6 2 1 4 9 5 6 2 1 7 6 2 1 4 10 2 134 4

Total 343 218 473 29 277 6 10 302 631 105 890 13 67 7 48 115 88 214 818 239 49 31 78 160 642 225 8 904 6,990 250

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Table 2: Facilities (page 4 of 7)
Restaurants Number of Year Round Seasonal Total 6 6 6 2 8 14 14 2 2 18 18 4 4 1 1 4 14 18 8 8 1 2 3 2 1 3 17 17 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 7 8 1 2 3 1 1 2 2 4 3 13 16 1 1 8 16 24 1 1 9 4 13 6 5 11 1 1 2 1 1 1 11 12 11 11 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 2 3 5 7 4 11 1 2 3 142 97 239 5 5 7 Golf Facilities/Number of Courses & Holes Number of Total Year Round Seasonal Total Year Round Seasonal Courses Holes Holes Holes 6 6 99 99 2 2 36 36 2 1 3 27 18 45 2 2 36 36 1 1 9 9 8 8 126 126 1 1 2 18 18 36 1 1 2 36 36 1 1 18 18 1 1 9 9 18 18 270 270 1 1 2 2 36 36 2 2 18 18 4 4 63 63 3 3 54 54 5 27 32 90 432 522 6 6 108 108 7 7 135 135 2 2 36 36 1 1 9 9 2 2 36 36 2 2 36 36 10 10 180 180 2 2 27 27 1 3 4 9 90 99 3 3 9 9 4 2 6 81 27 108 1 1 18 18 84 52 136 1,314 900 2,214 4 4 5 69 64 79

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average

Areas 5 8 10 2 18 4 1 18 7 2 3 17 1 2 1 8 3 1 4 16 1 24 1 12 11 2 1 9 11 1 3 2 5 11 3 228 7

Areas 6 2 3 2 1 8 2 1 1 1 18 1 2 2 4 3 22 6 7 2 1 2 2 10 2 4 3 6 1 125 4

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Table 2: Facilities (page 5 of 7)
Marinas Number of Year Round Seasonal 3 6 4 7 1 5 4 2 9 4 2 2 2 4 13 2 7 7 7 9 1 4 17 2 2 7 1 1 1 1 6 5 4 19 5 3 44 11 3 3 10 2 8 7 3 2 2 1 1 1 13 2 1 2 1 3 122 177 5 6 Swimming Pools Number of Year Round Seasonal 9 1 10 2 1 1 2 1 6 2 5 11 1 2 24 7 2 39 2 4 6 6 1 23 2 9 10 11 15 1 2 2 25 1 1 5 1 4 20 1 3 2 42 241 3 8

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average

Areas 3 10 7 9 2 9 4 4 2 8 2 14 16 1 4 17 2 2 7 2 1 1 6 9 19 4 3 44 14 3 10 2 8 7 5 4 1 2 15 3 1 3 290 7

Total 3 10 8 9 2 9 4 4 2 17 2 14 16 1 4 17 2 2 7 2 1 1 6 9 19 5 3 44 14 3 10 2 8 7 3 4 1 2 15 3 1 3 299 7

Areas 8 11 3 1 3 6 2 12 1 26 7 2 39 2 4 6 6 20 2 9 11 15 1 2 27 5 1 5 1 24 1 5 268 8

Total 9 11 3 1 3 6 2 16 1 26 7 2 39 2 4 6 6 24 2 19 11 15 1 2 27 1 1 5 1 24 1 5 283 9

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Table 2: Facilities (page 6 of 7)
Stables Number of Year Round Seasonal Total 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 2 4 2 2 12 12 3 3 7 7 7 7 3 3 6 6 1 1 2 3 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 7 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 4 5 2 2 36 48 84 2 3 3 Ski Slopes Number of Year Round Seasonal Total 1 1 1 1 24 24 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 12 4 4 1 1 39 39 74 74 0 159 159 0 14 14

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average

Areas 1 3 1 4 2 12 3 7 7 3 6 1 5 1 1 1 7 2 2 2 1 4 1 5 2 84 3

Areas 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 4 1 1 1 25 2

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Table 2: Facilities (page 7 of 7)
Explanatory Notes
STATE Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Florida NOTES Lyman Lake & Picacho Peak closed seasonally in FY12. Queen Wilhelmina State Park (38 rooms and 1 restaurant) taken off line for renovation March 2012. Estimated re-opening July 2013. Table 2 - 'Cabins/Cottages' include floating campsites. Table 2 - 'Lodges' include hotels, hostels and bed & breakfast type facilities. There are a total of 64 cabins/yurts/huts/tipis in the Colorado system; 19 of these are contractor operated. Changes in numbers are due in part to ongoing efforts to standardize and upgrade the Florida Park Service’s facilities inventory procedures and to the addition of the Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway and nine other state trails to the reported data. One Lodge Closure Nothing has changed since prior year. Added Summit Lake rent-a-camp cabin to Cabins/Cottages for FY 2011 / 2012. ACW Internal note: Will be adding Prophetstown pool for 2012 / 2013 next year. Primitive campsites are those campsites located in a nonmodern campground. Availability in winter is dependent on weather. We have added amenities included in our new resort which is under a management agreement with a management company. The swimming pool is actually the indoor waterpark at the resort. The campground and cabin at Wilson Island was destroyed during the Missouri Floods of 2011. The campground renovation at Lake Darling has been delayed which also contributes to the reduction in overall campsites. Union Grove campground was renovated and made modern. Two parks had new cabins built. added more cabins Lodges are typically a larger cabin that sleeps 12-15 individuals. Construction was completed and one group gamp facilities opened at one park. The reduction in number of individual sites is a result of four Allagash Wilderness Waterway campsites with multiple camping cells having their camping cells reduced by one each. Two camper cabins were added to the Holly Recreation Area, and one yurt was added to Craig Lake State Park. The Ralph A. MacMullan (RAM) conference center operates a kitchen and dining area that meets the definition of a restaurant in this report, so is counted for 11/12 although it is not new. The RAM Center is also listed as the 1 lodge operated by Parks and Recreation Division. Removed overflow campsites from Improved Campsites. Changed swimming pools to seasonal instead of year round. Added site at Lake Francis campground. Added Magalloway Watchman Tower cabin. Due to our new winter operations, the number of camping facilities offered in the winter has been reduced. Loss of Bull's Island Campsites. Addition of Stokes Steam Mill Camping Area. Addition of Kittatinny Group Campsites. In addition to above, also operate The Summit Environmental Education Center at Haw River State Park with motel-style rooms, 10 dormitory-style youth cabins, food service, and swimming pool. Group sleeping: SILA, WIUM, and HARI. Cabins: HARO (10 open year round), MOMO (6 part year). Middle Bass Island Marina was completed Improved= full, electric, and tent (info from Ken Steinbacher, RNW) Primitive = walk-in, primitive, and horse (info from Ken Steinbacher, RNW) Cabins/cottages = cabins, yurts, and tepees (info from Ken Steinbacher, RNW) Group Sleeping = Ranches (Silver Falls) Lodges = Silver Falls, Wolf Creek, and Frenchglen (closed in winter) Restaraunts = Wolf Creek, Frenchglen Marinas = The Cove, Wallowa, Stewart PA Lodges include the following: The Inn at Bald Eagle & Kings Gap Environmental Education & Training Center. Camping cottages have been added. Year round campsites and certain campgrounds brought back on-line after construction. 9 State operated golf courses; 1 leased course at Chickasaw State Park TO Fuller golf Course and Old Stone Fort Golf courses permanently closed September 2011. There are 1 campgrounds that offer cabins and cottages - previously the number of cabins and cottages units in the entire system was recorded, which was incorrect. Lodge rooms are seasonal (as noted below as well) not year round as previously recorded. FY12 cabins were added to parks in the easten region parks (Potholes, Conconeully, Steamboat Rock and one vacation house added to Riverside state parks). Ski slope area is used during the summer months to entertain hikers only. Golf courses are located at Bridgeport, Sun Lakes and Cape Disappiontment state parks. These facilities are leased and operated by concessionnaires. Number of state parks marinas increased from FY11. Reported an error in FY - new staff interpretation. Campsite #'s based on GIS includes improvements at Guernsey State Park, Keyhole State Park, Buffalo Bill State Park, and Curt Gowdy State Park. Yurts and Cabins are included in the cabins/cottages. Need to confirm Seasonal campsites for next year these are based on Buffalo Bill Closures and need to confirm all other sites. Lodge rental is for entire facility, individual rooms are not rented as lodges contain group bunk areas.

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Table 3A: Visitation and Use - Attendance (page 1 of 7)
This table comprises three subsections, Table 3A, Table 3B and Table 3C. State park visitation, or attendance, is reported separately for “day” use and “overnight” use, and by “fee” areas and “non-fee” areas.
Fee Areas Overnight 1,013,313 699,999 564,732 764,951 5,781,610 2,275,853 255,923 209,906 2,327,460 1,604,652 224,563 187,276 3,421,473 3,385,944 873,403 265,765 813,092 655,668 4,604,734 816,148 646,752 244,359 518,684 175,191 210,233 348,539 2,729,006 3,229,774 161,485 218,347 2,496,604 1,108,180 1,620,934 1,596,958 815,461 3,740,792 557,979 388,019 1,082,612 83,859 531,228 377,665 53,629,126 Non-Fee Areas Overnight 44,555 381,765 38,382 18,594 50,439 555,059 788,880 1,039,656 2,122,455 227,873 1,271,624 1,295,475 99,564 6,847 1,336,049 5,374 2,102,096 675,719 12,060,406

Day STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total 2,993,248 2,777,415 1,539,104 3,832,719 18,540,695 9,959,918 4,546,246 3,341,473 17,683,137 7,323,669 1,467,333 4,783,151 13,031,413 3,017,623 1,277,249 1,476,152 8,122,370 6,297,143 20,478,635 7,379,370 478,256 238,476 10,365,175 2,463,692 872,647 6,562,478 1,446,115 46,079,620 3,067,517 860,762 26,195 9,010,573 388,657 532,723 5,596,815 5,909,728 4,080,363 4,492,705 506,663 6,854,643 33,236,065 200,587 15,175,316 890,900 299,204,734

Total 4,006,561 3,477,414 2,103,836 4,597,670 24,322,305 12,235,771 4,802,169 3,551,379 20,010,597 8,928,321 1,467,333 5,007,714 187,276 16,452,886 6,403,567 2,150,652 1,741,917 8,935,462 6,952,811 25,083,369 8,195,518 1,125,008 238,476 244,359 10,883,859 2,638,883 1,082,880 6,911,017 4,175,121 49,309,394 3,229,002 1,079,109 2,496,604 26,195 10,118,753 2,009,591 532,723 7,193,773 6,725,189 7,821,155 5,050,684 894,682 7,937,255 33,236,065 284,446 15,706,544 1,268,565 352,833,860

Day 2,071,631 52,639 4,083,714 43,283,138 2,641,160 1,207,223 4,953,988 9,569,403 40,603,635 375,121 14,144,603 5,936,984 1,250,926 2,146,904 23,408,755 16,967,722 1,720,964 454,173 10,385,507 43,130 8,940,576 11,211,209 48,576,429 7,497,096 31,491,549 36,522,360 4,655,970 950,605 31,036,603 207,274 338,282 7,586,490 180,000 1,890,234 376,385,997

Total 2,116,186 52,639 4,083,714 43,664,903 2,679,542 1,207,223 4,972,582 9,619,842 41,158,694 375,121 14,933,483 6,976,640 1,250,926 2,146,904 23,408,755 19,090,177 1,720,964 454,173 10,385,507 43,130 8,940,576 11,439,082 48,576,429 8,768,720 32,787,024 36,522,360 4,755,534 957,452 32,372,652 207,274 343,656 2,102,096 8,262,209 180,000 1,890,234 388,446,403

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Table 3A: Visitation and Use - Attendance (page 2 of 7)
Day STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total 2,993,248 4,849,046 1,591,743 7,916,433 61,823,833 9,959,918 7,187,406 4,548,696 22,637,125 7,323,669 11,036,736 4,783,151 40,603,635 13,406,534 14,144,603 3,017,623 5,936,984 1,277,249 2,727,078 10,269,274 29,705,898 20,478,635 7,379,370 478,256 17,206,198 1,720,964 10,365,175 2,917,865 872,647 16,947,985 1,489,245 55,020,196 14,278,726 860,762 48,576,429 7,523,291 40,502,122 36,911,017 5,188,693 5,596,815 6,860,333 31,036,603 4,287,637 4,492,705 506,663 7,192,925 33,236,065 7,787,077 15,355,316 2,781,134 675,590,731 Total of All Areas Overnight 1,013,313 744,554 564,732 764,951 6,163,375 2,275,853 294,305 209,906 2,346,054 1,604,652 50,439 224,563 742,335 3,421,473 788,880 3,385,944 1,039,656 873,403 265,765 813,092 655,668 4,604,734 816,148 646,752 2,122,455 244,359 518,684 175,191 210,233 348,539 2,729,006 3,229,774 389,358 218,347 2,496,604 1,271,624 2,403,655 1,620,934 99,564 1,596,958 822,308 1,336,049 3,740,792 557,979 388,019 1,087,986 2,102,096 759,578 531,228 377,665 65,689,532 Total 4,006,561 5,593,600 2,156,475 8,681,384 67,987,208 12,235,771 7,481,711 4,758,602 24,983,179 8,928,321 11,087,175 5,007,714 41,345,970 16,828,007 14,933,483 6,403,567 6,976,640 2,150,652 2,992,843 11,082,366 30,361,566 25,083,369 8,195,518 1,125,008 19,328,653 1,965,323 10,883,859 3,093,056 1,082,880 17,296,524 4,218,251 58,249,970 14,668,084 1,079,109 51,073,033 8,794,915 42,905,777 38,531,951 5,288,257 7,193,773 7,682,641 32,372,652 8,028,429 5,050,684 894,682 8,280,911 35,338,161 8,546,655 15,886,544 3,158,799 741,280,263

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Table 3B: Visitation and Use – Overnight Visitation (page 3 of 7)
Overnight Visitor by Type of Accommodations Lodges Cabins Other Group Facilities 64,607 132,750 29,665 9,035 27,434 72,070 96,794 18,918 205,476 21,705 778 17,789 13,890 13,479 167,606 110,496 544,100 172,615 3,060 7,045 1,827 11,045 5,383 6,054 125,755 61,521 281,829 126,352 163,718 39,083 16,251 138,010 220 273,068 159,544 1,460 22,278 182,465 88,706 72,411 12,748 1,772 9,638 11,510 694 15,292 293,660 80,875 21,769 7,528 27,963 65,847 211,965 1,721 247,672 1,979,123 13,977 58,737 54,742 113,205 126,137 1,770 79,585 937 33,256 173 521,720 8,287 10,368 291,254 176,691 220,856 277,817 3,389 160,091 6,059 179,620 10,689 15,818 384,530 73,331 246,751 4,230 4,880,452 1,168 34,490 12 108,656 100 384,950 68,826 108,099 70,721 8,885 18,561 28,121 284,250 16,621 209,373 14,075 149,022 26,061 58,975 13,861 67,273 1,633,591

Campers STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total 777,256 717,120 564,732 577,169 5,957,899 2,254,148 289,903 178,227 2,164,969 777,441 40,334 200,254 555,059 2,849,574 733,546 3,247,714 605,584 579,954 265,765 740,681 641,691 4,533,249 690,806 414,642 1,925,597 242,589 427,589 174,254 210,233 306,398 2,728,139 2,708,054 347,218 207,979 1,847,079 729,808 2,144,409 1,126,216 96,175 1,394,817 750,402 795,442 3,740,792 521,229 370,480 703,456 1,861,134 251,294 459,625 377,665 56,805,790

Total 1,013,313 744,554 564,732 764,951 6,163,375 2,275,853 290,681 209,906 2,346,054 1,604,652 50,439 224,563 742,335 3,421,473 788,880 3,385,944 1,039,656 873,403 265,765 813,092 655,668 4,604,734 816,146 646,752 2,122,455 244,359 518,684 175,191 210,233 348,539 2,729,006 3,229,774 389,358 218,347 2,494,604 1,271,624 2,403,655 1,620,934 99,564 1,596,958 822,308 1,336,049 3,740,792 557,979 388,019 1,087,986 2,102,096 759,578 531,228 377,665 65,683,906

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Table 3C: Visitation and Use – Overnight Facility Utilization (page 4 of 7)
Numbers of Campsite Nights Rented Year Seasonal Total Days in Round Season 314,829 314,829 365 150 191,462 997,773 358,260 34,657 729,719 259,147 22,760 406,809 474,929 3,035 1,278,340 64,890 166,522 10,612 197,154 219,538 208,501 259,260 40,187 468,865 62,568 30,831 44,975 137,650 21,529 521,543 1,046,032 564,122 35,432 1,394,817 217,965 227,269 842,808 53,635 17,247 532,669 34,732 80,353 12,573,426 59,292 85,082 29,210 121,434 227,836 182,129 127,359 88,589 126,957 212,020 729,000 14,517 13,107 287 138 21,548 1,828,783 94,216 60,938 82,339 304,957 96,175 3,493 20,318 104,876 123,489 126,214 109,101 69,114 5,006 4,259 5,071,783 191,462 997,773 417,552 85,082 63,867 729,719 259,147 22,760 121,434 406,809 474,929 230,871 1,460,469 192,249 166,522 88,589 137,569 212,020 926,154 219,538 208,501 273,777 53,294 468,865 62,855 138 52,379 44,975 1,966,433 115,745 60,938 521,543 1,046,032 646,461 340,389 96,175 1,398,310 238,283 227,269 842,808 158,511 123,489 143,461 641,770 103,846 5,006 84,612 17,645,209 179 265 275 365 98 210 180 320 214 153 210 177 210 180 214 150 365 138 214 180 260 135 245 253 200 244 184 365 153 145 280 245 200 184 270 8,175

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Table 3C: Visitation and Use – Overnight Facility Utilization (page 5 of 7)
Number of Cabins/Cottages Nights Rented Year Seasonal Total Days in Round Season 44,207 44,207 365 6,996 323 7,319 200 38,049 14,010 6,783 3,947 37,712 136,065 3,686 4,092 15,184 18,960 5,831 11,007 51,587 32,328 7,558 1,723 11,412 17,661 37,735 2,499 375 47,859 335 7,747 2,555 63,505 871 71,229 50,483 63,830 51,730 30,583 20,530 51,320 27,968 1,172 53,118 12,173 45,277 2 1,111,694 98 1,707 2,035 10,460 5,498 1,028 9,443 2,936 5,370 34,192 437 15,952 138 1,582 68,797 986 3,207 648 16,396 3,389 1,708 1,836 4,208 2,493 8,536 10 203,413 38,049 14,010 6,783 98 5,654 37,712 136,065 3,686 6,127 25,644 18,960 11,329 12,035 51,587 32,328 17,001 4,659 16,782 17,661 37,735 36,691 812 63,811 335 138 9,329 2,555 132,302 986 4,078 71,229 50,483 64,478 68,126 3,389 30,583 22,238 51,320 27,968 3,008 4,208 53,118 14,666 53,813 12 1,315,107 140 275 365 98 320 210 180 320 366 177 365 180 214 150 185 138 214 180 275 135 245 253 200 184 365 153 145 245 290 170 7,302

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Table 3C: Visitation and Use – Overnight Facility Utilization (page 6 of 7)
Numbers of Lodge Nights Rented Seasonal Total 221 425 5,842 3,334 1,180 419 774 3,361 128 15,684 40,129 35,727 422 5,997 36,832 1,567 425 50,239 131,182 17,831 149,427 2,204 7,649 554 4,819 22,229 1,800 110,108 28,884 10,571 4,315 9,271 84,786 17,209 1,721 143,564 128 919,590

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Year Round 40,129 35,727 201 5,997 36,832 1,567 50,239 125,340 17,831 149,427 2,204 7,649 554 4,819 18,895 1,800 110,108 28,884 9,391 3,896 9,271 84,786 17,209 947 140,203 903,906

Days in Season 365 180 365 98 365 210 365 180 360 180 214 185 275 281 184 365 292 200 270 4,934

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Table 3: Visitation and Use (page 7 of 7)
Explanatory Notes
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NOTES
Currently revamping the Alaska State Parks visitor counts. We do not have an accurate count for 2010 Note: Since no data were provided for Tables 3A and 3B for 2010-2011, data for these tables are from 2009-2010. >Cabins and Yurts are not separated from number of campers. They are included as overnight users. >Overnight Facility Use information, table 3C, is not available at this time. >Day-use attendance = visitors who paid day use entrance fees + annual pass users. In years 2009 and before, this data did not include annual pass users. Attendance numbers above include parks currently being operated by partners if data was available. >Fees are not collected at Yuma Quartermaster Depot and McFarland State Historic Park as they now serve as the City of Yuma and the City of Florence (respectively) Visitor Centers as well. >Arizona State Parks began using a reservation system for cave tour tickets and campground reservations in FY11. Because this system did not contain the tools which would have allowed parks to collect visitation information in the same way they have historically, visitation in FY11 should not be considered equivalent to that of years past. As the reservation system continues to develop, these numbers will become more reliable. Table 3b - 2010 Number of Group Sleeping Guests is reported as zero because these visitors are included in the numbers of campers California State Parks does not itemize visitation according to NASPD's classification of facilities. Table 3c - Cabin use total includes Crystal Cove SP beach cottages. Table 3c - 2010 Seasonal Facilities / Campsites is reported as zero because these visitors are included in the numbers of campers. California State Parks does not itemize visitation according to NASPD's classification of facilities. Table 3c - Number of lodge, cabin/cottage and group sleeping guests included in number of campers because these visitation data are not itemized. Year round Campsites = Killens (20%) + Del Seashore. Seasonal Campsites = Lums+Trap+Cape+Killens(80%) Year round Cabins = Killens+Del Seashore. Seasonal Cabins = Lums, Trap, Cape (cabins and Yurts). Lodging = Cape(Biden Center and Youth camps). Occupancy = rental nights x 2.9 (camping) and x 3.1 (cabins) All Florida State Park facilities are open year round, 365 days. Significant increase in visitation over last year due to Florida’s Office of Greenways and Trails merging with the Florida Park Service in July 2011. The Florida Park Service now counts trail visitation with park visitation. . Table 3a: Figure for day visitors at non-fee areas is from 2010/2011, since this data is not available for 2011/2012. Change in seasonal occupancy due to correction in year-round occupancy. Campsites - no longer receive updated report. Will continue to use old number. Cabin rental nights now includes rent-a-camps for FY 2011/2012. ACW Group sleeping guests rental nights now include cottages from Lincoln & Shakamak and all group camps, rally camps and youth tents. Big Bone Lick State Park's status was re-categorized from a year-round campground to a seasonal campground, decreasing our number of year-round campgrounds to 5 (Fort Boonesborough State Park, General Butler State Resort Park, Green River Lake State Park, Levi Jackson State Park & Paintsville Lake State Park). Seasonal represents Apr - Oct. “Fee” Areas now exclude all areas where entrance fees are collected from "iron rangers," and payment, though required, is essentially voluntary. Camper nights from Table 3a are divided by average party size of 3. Attendance numbers include large scale events including the nationally televised Fourth of July at the Hatch Shell in Boston where an estimated 500,000 people attend. Attendance numbers also include attendance at pools. Number of campers: nights * avg 3 people per night per site. Number of Cabin/cottage: nights * avg 3 people per night per site. For budget savings rental season truncated in FY10. Opening dates moved from April 1 to May. New Cabin facility in FY10. On 1/1/12 MNDNR upgraded to a new overnight reservation system. This new system defines seasonal facilities differently that our previous system. Unfortunately the data from the two systems is not compatible. For this reason we are unable to separate season and year round usage for this year. Usage was also down significantly due to a one month shut down in July 2011. Visitation numbers and rental nights were based off actual revenue for FY2012. Numbers for FY2011 were based off a percentage of total revenue. Attendance system does not differentiate between lodging types (cabins, motel rooms, lodge rooms, etc). All lodging-type numbers are reported under Cabins. Table 3a: Non-fee Day Areas = all state parks. State Parks daily entrance fees are not charged to Montana residents. Visitors arriving in vehicles bearing Montana license plates at a state park for non-commercial purposes are granted free day-use access for all occupants of the vehicle. As of January 2012, residents pay an optional $6 state parks fee when registering light vehicles annually. Park attendance is estimated monthly using traffic counters for the following: 1,720,964 day visitors and 244,359 overnight visitors, totaling 1,965,323 park visitors in FY12. Fee Overnight Areas = all camping at state parks Table 3b: Number of cabin guests was actual counts by individual park managers and data from the reservation system. Cabin guests are included in overnight visitors counted in Table 3a). Table 3c: Park campsite rental nights were estimated from revenue generated. Fourteen parks are open for camping all year; eleven parks are open seasonally. The “cabins” category includes tipis, yurts and cabins, none of which are self-contained. Guests use the public restroom facilities. 3A: "Fee Area" includes comps. Non-fee attendance is not tracked (Hampton Beach, Franconia Notch & Crawford Notch). 3C: Cash report actuals, includes onsite-registration campsites (Coleman, Deer Mtn, Dry River, Monadnock, Pillsbury & Mt Sunapee). Cabins/Yurts guests are not separated out. The 10/11 Overnight Facility Use includes utilization summary report figures from the Reservations Contractor and estimated usage of cabins and lodge rooms at Elephant Butte Lake State Park. The 14 cabins were estimated at 50% occupancy rate and the 15 lodge rooms at a 33% annual occupancy rate. Campsites for Seasonal Facilities: New Mexico State Parks does not distinguish "seasonal use" in its counts. Attendance data includes information from OPRHP. 3a. Day visitors are not captured in the CRS. Day visitation is interpolated by subtracting overnight visitation from the total. 3b. "Lodge guests" reports Summit EE Center overnight visitation; "Cabins" reports MOMO & HARO; "Other" is FOFI; "Group" reports SILA & WIUM group camps. Former seasonal facilities now open year round under new central reservation system. 3c. Year round and seasonal nights are not captured in the CRS. We used the same multiplier as last year to make an estimated guess. 18.6% of campsites are oeprated year round. 81.4% of campsites are operated seasonally. Campsites are all sites except cabins and yurts Cabins are only cabins and yurts Lodge Rooms include Silver Falls & Wolf Creek for year round and Frenchglen for seasonal. PA Lodges include: The Inn at Bald Eagle and Kings Gap Environmental Education & Training Center We can only report total campsites sold and cannot differentiate seasonal sales. 3b visitation records do not differentiate overnight users by type of activity. We have several facilities (environmental education centers) for which we do not track rental nights. This is a very small portion of our overnight business. Table 3a) Effective FY12 - new park access fee of $10/vehicle/day or $30 vehicle annual pass. Overnight users are not required to pay an annual or daily access fee. 2011 Campsites based on # campers/party=4.7 2011 Campers=377665/4.7=80353 rental nights 80353 rental nightsX5.3% sites open seasonally = How to calculate

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Table 4: Capital Expenses (page 1 of 2)
Capital expenditure consists of new land acquisitions and new construction of state park improvements.
By Purchase Acreage STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland 17 607 13 41 31 77 20 168 76 5 92 2,119 2,512 1,432 26 18 237 2,292 226 1,812 3,839 455 1,672 191 85 6,232 3,474 2 1,134 4 1,175 30,082 Cost 620,125 128,500 210,000 149,000 554,700 70,000 587,000 137,500 2,000 871,355 5,011,628 4,231,884 4,253,200 105,000 20,000 108,500 21,117,585 1,574,021 9,599,592 4,311,558 464,876 16,210,601 250,000 810,630 12,531,914 8,343,442 21,000 2,803,450 126,095 2,604,948 97,830,104 By Other Means Acreage 2 3 206 39 16 1 35 4 396 26 67 4 436 110 389 78 1,521 35 7 3,372 Value 1,407,682 2,500 398,000 49,700 66,000 189,160 28,856 815,000 36,500 1,210,000 445,500 1,849,000 20,400 6,518,298 Total Acreage Acquired 17 607 13 43 31 79 226 207 92 6 92 2,154 2,516 1,432 26 18 237 2,688 252 1,879 4 3,839 891 1,672 301 85 6,621 3,552 2 2,655 35 11 1,175 33,454 New Construction Costs 1,563,536 4,399,000 1,276,196 17,100,107 7,356,113 8,287,165 2,757,226 5,099,074 13,450,920 5,730,000 395,218 566,135 7,454,249 10,512,479 300,000 2,382,571 582,353 4,150,473 27,842,456 6,726,439 18,214,000 8,353,064 3,191,163 900,000 1,438,000 1,924,949 10,548,928 3,417,870 75,000,000 12,400,000 568,222 9,508,854 7,134,000 4,493,405 24,000,000 1,285,000 990,000 10,108,410 5,453,293 4,584,231 2,148,744 566,434 3,633,493 20,000,000 12,324,100 657,445 370,775,316

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Table 4: Capital Expenses (page 2 of 2)
Explanatory Notes
STATE California NOTES Table 4a - 'Total value of all lands acquired by other means' figure represents the total value donated to California State Parks for the acquisition of properties 'acquired by purchase'. California State Parks tracks this amount separately from the purchase price of the fee acres, which is the amount listed as 'Total cost of all lands purchased'. Acquisitions remained fairly static. Construction increased as funds shifted from filling operating funding gaps back to construction. The majority of our capital improvements are paid from State Trust funds that are statutorily mandated for land management and facility development among other issues. No Land Aquired this year. Land Acquisition - the Department transferred out 10.69 acres valued at $13,032 and acquired a conservation easement of 64.95 acres for $177,656. INTERNAL NOTES: No new land acquisitions for FY 2011/2012. ACW New Construction - see email from James Davis to Christie Wilmoth, dated 11/16 at 4:33pm for details in new construction costs. Table 4 & 4a - Total value of all lands acquired by other means - According to Alex Thor, GIS Analyst, there were no appraisals given to KY State Parks. Table 4b - No New Construction during FY2012. The new construction started value indicates renovation and repair construction (new contracts/construction). Almost none of this value is for construction initiated on new facilities. New acres were added at the Bangor and Aroostook Rail Trail and Holbrook Island. See Spreadhseet for details on projects included. New construction includes construction on State Trails, Water Recreation Facilities, and State Forest Facilities. 237 acre added by purchase to Jericho Mtn state park. No new construction started in FY12. Constitutionally dedicated, amount changes when revenue collected changes. "Initiated" defined as construction start date per contracts. Correction 10/11 should have been $12,000,000 Table 4a data source: Alice Beals Table 4b data source: Brandy Nichols (Brio query). Note: Oregon is on a biennial budget cycle. The figures for new construction shown here are for the first year of the current biennium and are historically lower than those of the second year of a biennium because they reflect more design and permitting expenditures. Blood Run 70 acres, Big Sioux 15 acres Lands acquired by other means- Cumb. Trail Donation - 332 Acres; Savage Gulf Donation - 57 Acres The first fiscal year most the funding went toward architectural and engineering - second year on the ground development. In addition, funding to support these projects was sufficiently reduced.

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Expenditures are reported in two general categories: operating expenditures and fixed capital expenditures. Please refer to the definition of terms section for a detailed description of each. Table 5 comprises six subsections on

various aspect of financing issues. Due to the complexity of this table explanatory notes are provided after each subsection. States that provided “0” or no data are excluded from averages.
Operating Expenses - Source of Funds Park Generated Revenue 30,070,557 2,316,670 9,506,830 25,657,964 105,965,000 23,048,097 13,727,660 52,512,359 31,783,973 3,658,821 6,295,600 10,162,917 47,135,038 4,205,846 6,207,887 49,611,973 1,153,205 12,425,426 7,358,514 40,948,003 14,392,000 8,493,466 7,122,262 4,230,472 14,349,979 4,125,717 15,224,193 9,154,430 5,670,028 88,153,900 6,446,732 2,106,660 29,591,380 16,232,247 18,976,139 20,000,000 21,228,140 11,079,928 33,600,400 16,437,617 17,544,330 7,882,880 18,218,901 23,972,825 23,122,871 19,935,100 941,044,937 General Fund 5,617,900 14,812,833 121,219,000 17,756,210 8,633,958 13,044,514 1,308,500 11,197,725 9,333,758 6,111,113 3,510,816 29,772,700 20,142,905 6,312,180 370,000 52,210,439 16,944,000 4,865,118 6,514,155 2,948,926 19,455,500 9,246,200 119,461,200 22,422,210 3,004,413 30,000,000 11,465,499 34,826,000 9,545,302 2,355,721 44,268,070 22,275,152 6,706,900 263,825 16,984,988 8,876,000 11,884,441 2,551,600 8,703,809 736,923,580 Dedicated Funds 3,795,223 75,100 6,979,630 14,118,102 131,220,000 9,018,453 439,715 26,175,926 750,969 3,836,516 6,361,200 25,322,292 3,210,000 1,079,673 8,397,513 1,270,227 22,200,000 14,455,400 44,545,000 20,187,610 3,477,915 249,047 1,394,041 357,000 1,500,000 4,192,601 2,345,779 15,923,561 3,000,000 1,277,855 25,182,658 575,400 3,776,188 4,773,371 122,200 1,326 411,587,491 Federal Funds 18,600 938,740 3,700,000 251,967 1,524,891 860,000 785,785 612,779 1,298,500 290,463 769,266 104,126 684,992 712,469 519,000 1,561,875 178,095 166,297 264,540 Total Operating Expenses 36,442,720 9,522,870 17,425,200 54,588,899 387,852,000 49,594,911 17,756,210 24,374,755 79,548,285 48,804,130 8,700,802 15,631,700 46,682,934 57,082,053 14,830,542 11,995,709 79,384,673 29,744,023 7,686,533 36,035,256 61,069,895 55,403,403 76,400,000 13,358,584 28,871,747 8,526,388 21,279,478 9,847,764 15,224,193 28,609,930 18,027,806 214,266,000 33,764,282 5,365,427 63,783,981 30,043,525 51,813,618 84,839,000 9,545,302 25,333,470 16,898,053 80,893,200 64,648,041 26,590,130 16,334,552 35,203,889 59,773,462 39,780,683 23,584,700 8,736,145 2,261,500,854

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Other 2,576,940 1,494,600 25,748,000 17,276,394 48,531 2,438,889 592,686 367,900 613,257 1,013,120 428,067 50,400 354,838 788,473 639,906 1,114,540 -

2,029,652 724,926 5,150,900 4,895,340 254,354 507,405 16,406,513 - 27,013,000 4,105,330 2,184,549 274,130 2,750,600 654,626 97,988 1,753,900 9,600 74,946 8,112,901 1,977,600 21,170,849 975,800 31,010 31,111,257 140,833,588

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Explanatory Notes

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NOTES Park Operations, fines, restitution, easements, oil and gas, Casualty Losses, timber sales Other state agencies - Fish & Game, DNR. Table 5a - 'Other sources' include Reimbursable Funds. Table 5a -'Dedicated funds (from ear-marked sources)’ includes boating gas tax monies. Dedicated funds - Colorado Lottery and Great Outdoors Colorado Trust; Other sources - state Severance Tax funds, Off Highway Vehicle registrations, Snowmoblie registrations, other state and local grants. Other Sources: Misc. receipts (Fund 0349) and indirect cost recovery (Fund 0125) INTERNAL NOTE: Operating Expeditures Other Sources = Payments from Concessionaires' Operations Dedicated Funds: Appropriation from the Environment First Fund Other Sources: Sand & Gravel royalties, barge fleeting $, ag leases, nature store, donations, misc. Federal Funds - grants for trail crews, Americorps workers cabin development funds Other funding decreased due to the expiration of the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act in 2010-2011. This funding was replaced by dedicated funds and general fund. Reimbursible Funds. Other sources is the campground reservation fees. Staff Source: George Trubiano Includes funding from the Legacy Sales Tax Amendment. Park Generated includes: · Parks fees *Optional Light Vehicle Registration *RV Registration fee Dedicated Funds includes: · Natural resource taxes · Fuel taxes · Accommodation taxes * OHV, Snowmobile, Boating fees * Grants administration Other Sources includes: · Donations · Enterprise Sales Other sources include: Easement lease payments,, interagency transfers, excess property sales and returned check charges. Includes agency expenditures for DD&M (60% Parks Fund) and Bureau of Historic Sites (100% General Funds). Decrease due to change in appropriated funds. The 11/12 Data reflects the actual expenditues, not appropriations for the State FY12 Parks Operating Budget including the Motor Boat Fuel Tax Fund. Note: other sources of funding include park fund balance. Financing and Operating Expenditures are based on the '11-12' NY Fiscal Year which runs from April 1 through March 31. Other sources: sales of surplus equipment ($33,917) plus a one-time FY12 use of PARTF funds ($4,861,423). Other Sources: Park Generated Revenue detail in Table 5e. Dedicated funds: Deschutes River $266,216; Sinking funds $2,742,607; Salmon Plate $267,201; RV (net of transfer to counties) $10,534,505; Marine Board $196,944; Rest Area $1,508,552; Roads transfer from ODOT $407,536. Other sources include Lottery, Interest (ATV excluded), Forest Management, beginning balances, etc. Total does not include Community Support & Grants, Oregon State Fair & Exhibition Center, or Debt Service. Note: The FY 2012 agency structure changed from the FY 2011 reporting year. Other = Oil & Gas Lease Fund Appropiation money from General Assembly. Amounts noted are inital budgeted amounts-not actual expenditures Other sources - interdepartmental revenue The total amount of operting expenditures excludes Avalanche Centera fund, federal pass-through grants for RBS. Parks generated revenue exclude Recreationg Boating Safety (RBS) and Clean Vessels in N object. License donations and Discover Pass revenue listed under "other sources." In previous years capital funds were errantly included here (park generated funds, dedicated funds, fed funds). This was corrected in 2008 AIX and only Operating Expenses covering salaries and supplies included here.

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Table 5B: Financing – Capital Expenditures (page 3 of 19)
Capital Expenditures - Sources of Funds Park Generated Revenue 1,078,490 3,852,727 84,546 1,793 3,253,334 7,796,664 2,788,829 400,000 77,356 33,586 General Fund 3,607,000 1,421 72,264 16,988 12,850 714,756 425,000 23,000 1,844 29,600 Dedicated Funds 5,862,605 201,663 4,556,496 3,469,000 5,929,609 827,832 13,090,279 750,000 635,000 1,288,944 48,896,026 9,862,032 200,000 332,100 350,581 618,757 14,244,000 889,798 995,666 7,514,078 1,664,915 17,094,000 16,396,092 2,951,556 13,400,922 4,675,593 17,627,876 54,315 1,152,557 18,266 64,500 519,239 117,182 1,391,463 325,000 197,967,941 Federal Funds 338,062 283,576 100,000 3,270,268 1,250,635 729,891 137,192 162,205 650,447 654,277 457,716 111,480 519,000 813,463 1,493,302 100,149 460,232 4,000,000 450,000 2,955 143,592 612,685 395,420 5,040,372 1,114,175 235,872 1,223,300 200,167 672,407 25,622,840 Total Capital Expenditures 5,862,605 3,607,000 539,725 11,885,965 15,895,000 9,199,877 210,000 3,857,700 14,340,914 5,349,606 1,572,192 1,610,239 59,731,280 7,454,249 10,512,479 1,154,277 4,733,452 425,000 947,932 6,782,133 41,563,231 5,738,403 21,203,000 8,353,064 4,970,082 900,000 2,595,924 943,347 6,214,173 10,548,928 3,417,870 48,531,000 21,046,092 416,921 9,508,854 15,322,470 10,534,793 19,644,876 5,156,818 1,418,814 10,595,747 19,582,620 18,429,700 3,779,800 3,155,624 7,305,660 11,153,114 1,391,463 7,793,757 657,445 487,545,215

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Bonds 11,558,000 210,000 2,595,793 800,000 10,835,254 3,222,728 485,871 6,163,376 41,563,231 6,417,000 556,400 692,161 6,214,173 3,034,850 1,276,186 1,468,000 4,200,000 4,997,360 206,501 11,811,219 3,155,624 6,786,421 6,615,681 6,000,000 140,865,829

Other 5,965,982 768,000 361,811 61,693 7,454,249 300,000 4,360 2,485,069 476,148 500,000 117,451 1,559,938 5,715,608 4,544,133 192,967 933,464 880,437 757,600 4,215,202 796,350 38,090,462

11,576 25,969,000 355,966 2,017,000 270,230 3,469,354 3,303,213 1,611,700 4,882 657,445 57,037,691

4,961 58,000 1,921,548 299,381 18,468,445 2,180,693 122,700 27,960,451

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Table 5B: Financing – Capital Expenditures (page 4 of 19)
Explanatory Notes
STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona NOTES Insurance Proceeds from weather related damages. Statutory Designated Program Receipts - All funds eligible and available for capital outlay have been swept. - Park generated revenues eligible for capital outlay are now subject to legislative appropriation, but are required for park operations. - Dedicated funds eligible for capital outlay are required for agency operations. - Available federal funds require matching fund source. Other source is Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council grant funded by a portion of real estate transfer tax. Table 5b - Other sources include Reimbursable Funds. Other sources: DelDot Transfers Park Generated funds were primarily from parking passes. Other Sources: Misc. receipts (Fund 0349) and indirect cost recovery (Fund 0125) INTERNAL NOTE: Refer to email from James Davis 11/16/2012 to Christie Wilmoth for specific projects included in "other sources". Fixed Capital "other sources" also includes road projects that might not have been included in previous years. Dedicated Funds: IJobs funding, MFT fund, Park and Institutional Road Fund (P&I), REAP (Resource Enhancement and Protection fund); Lake restoration NOTE: Over $3.1M of dedicated funds was for major lake renovation projects. Dedicated funds were also earmarked for weather-related disasters. -Park Generated Revenues: CMRF (Capital Maintenance & Renovation Fund) -Dedicated Funds: KHLCF (KY Heritage Land Conservation Fund) -Federal Funds: ARRA (American Revitalization & Reinvestment Act) -Other Sources: E.P. Tom Sawyer Sawyer-Hayes Project New construction funded through Program Open Space and Waterway Improvement Funds. Land aquisition funded through Proram Open Space. Staff Contact: M. Abrahams (see spreadsheet) Total includes (other sources of funding) from various grants: Recreation Improvement Fund, Recreation Trails Program, Natural ResourcesTrust Fund, and Land & Water Conservation Fund Other sources: Natural Resources Damages Funds Other Sources - State Lands - Lake Tahoe License plate grants, interest earned B/A 4604. General Fund=Ratio of Capital Expend. (Not from Ded. Sources) Between Park Generated Rev. and GF. Dedicated Funds = Capital Improvement Projects funded from Governmental Gross Receipts Tax proceeds, Motor Boat Fuel Tax. Bond Proceeds = Severance Tax Bond proceeds appropriated by the Legislature. Federal Funds = Bureau Of Reclamation & Land & Water Grants, and Sport Fishing restoration funds Table 5b: Fixed Capital Expenditures Dedicated Funds = Land Acquistions - Lottery & Federal Funds Federal Funds = Federal Funds, Facility Investment Program (FIP) Other Sources = FIP: Other Funds and Lottery Funds Data source: Brandy Nichols (Brio query) Re-directed revenue. Other Sources : $500,000 SD DOT Allocation of Road Funds, $433,464 Public Safety Emergency & Disaster Funds Major Maintenance Funding-$2,100,000 Capital Projects Funding - $11,610,000 State Land Acq. Funding - $4,758,445 Federal Matching for Land Acquisition - $1,114,175 Transfer Land & Water Conservation Other sources: amount shown are comprised of funds provided by other Washington State agencies. Other Sources for Fixed Capital Expenditures are from gifts and grants. All New Construction

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Table 5C: Financing - Parks' Share of State Expenditures (page 5 of 19)
Share of Budget State Operating Budget 18,016,546,000 10,147,853,400 26,883,064,100 21,187,877,519 48,509,010,000 19,598,400,000 20,090,093,515 4,538,177,700 69,676,600,000 18,295,831,853 11,050,795,327 5,646,619,100 56,404,111,000 26,674,793,024 5,856,041,493 13,400,000,000 28,736,906,850 25,590,819,058 3,130,209,894 35,636,873,208 32,477,017,000 46,627,231,900 31,181,000,000 18,947,060,507 23,233,326,714 5,269,200,000 5,437,504,129 22,911,157,552 5,375,879,533 30,989,000,000 14,871,104,100 28,658,460,151 51,493,647,654 5,324,486,940 59,576,052,093 6,325,592,836 29,420,500,000 27,161,435,000 8,099,856,384 21,901,829,654 4,095,587,960 30,200,405,300 92,606,622,368 11,735,079,400 6,386,763,507 39,567,009,510 31,969,493,000 18,800,000,000 14,166,186,500 4,267,396,842 1,198,146,509,575 State Park Operating Budget 36,451,401 12,644,200 19,483,900 63,680,683 387,852,000 49,594,911 17,756,210 19,809,100 84,075,709 56,111,620 11,900,058 15,631,700 46,510,000 57,082,053 14,830,542 11,838,035 79,284,600 29,744,023 7,686,533 36,035,256 61,069,896 56,411,900 76,400,000 13,358,584 35,920,662 8,964,514 22,313,023 12,525,780 18,726,876 28,609,930 23,017,300 214,266,000 33,730,365 4,296,588 63,783,981 18,900,046 52,933,490 84,839,000 9,889,660 24,808,208 18,927,697 80,893,200 79,093,224 26,875,504 8,187,847 35,203,889 63,692,409 39,780,683 23,584,700 9,715,255 2,308,722,745 % of State Budget 0.202% 0.125% 0.072% 0.301% 0.800% 0.253% 0.088% 0.436% 0.121% 0.307% 0.108% 0.277% 0.082% 0.214% 0.253% 0.088% 0.276% 0.116% 0.246% 0.101% 0.188% 0.121% 0.245% 0.071% 0.155% 0.170% 0.410% 0.055% 0.348% 0.092% 0.155% 0.748% 0.066% 0.081% 0.107% 0.299% 0.180% 0.312% 0.122% 0.113% 0.462% 0.268% 0.085% 0.229% 0.128% 0.089% 0.199% 0.212% 0.166% 0.228% 0.211%

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Table 5D: Financing – User Fees (page 6 of 19)
Adult Individual Resident Min 0.50 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.50 1.00 2.00 2.00 0.50 1.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 1.25 4.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 Resident Max 3.00 22.95 36.00 3.00 6.00 4.00 8.00 1.00 2.00 3.50 10.00 5.00 5.00 0.50 3.00 5.00 3.00 10.00 7.50 4.00 12.00 2.00 3.00 7.00 2.00 NonResident Min 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.50 1.00 2.00 3.00 0.50 3.00 1.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 1.25 4.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 4.00 NonResident Max 22.95 36.00 3.00 6.00 4.00 8.00 1.00 2.00 3.50 10.00 7.00 7.00 0.50 3.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 10.00 7.50 4.00 12.00 3.00 10.00 4.00 Resident Min 5.00 4.00 7.00 6.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 3.70 2.00 10.00 3.00 0.50 5.00 5.00 15.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 6.00 5.00 10.00 3.00 5.00 4.00 Passenger Vehicle Resident Max 30.00 15.00 9.00 13.00 4.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 4.20 5.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 14.00 6.00 10.00 30.00 3.00 7.00 4.00 NonResident Min 5.00 4.00 7.00 10.00 6.00 4.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 7.00 3.70 3.00 8.00 3.00 0.50 5.00 5.00 7.00 15.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 20.00 6.00 10.00 3.00 5.00 6.00 NonResident Max 30.00 15.00 9.00 22.00 8.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 4.20 6.00 8.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 12.00 15.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 28.00 6.00 30.00 3.00 10.00 6.00

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Areas 17 9 2 31 41 3 118 15 2 32 1 36 27 27 25 34 1 39 6 34 58 33 63 81 8 49 17 5

Areas 18 138 41 26 14 118 48 1 30 32 24 10 92 71 25 34 79 21 2 34 214 4 13 4 26 8 63 32 117 1 76 9

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Table 5D: Financing – User Fees (page 7 of 19)
Adult Individual/Bus Resident Resident Min Max 0.50 3.00 2.00 18.36 0.50 2.00 3.00 1.00 2.00 0.50 2.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 1.25 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 0.50 2.00 3.00 2.00 5.00 0.50 3.00 1.00 2.00 10.00 1.00 7.50 3.00 10.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 NonNonResident Resident Max Min 0.50 3.00 2.00 18.36 0.50 2.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 0.50 2.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 1.25 3.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 0.50 2.00 3.00 2.00 6.00 0.50 3.00 1.00 2.00 10.00 1.00 7.50 3.00 10.00 2.00 3.00 Resident Min 41 15 14 118 48 30 24 36 50 92 25 34 39 18 34 213 3 13 20 49 32 76 4.00 100.00 12.00 60.00 30.00 25.00 3.70 60.00 30.00 15.00 0.50 2.00 35.00 65.00 15.00 50.00 15.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 Group/Bus Resident Max 50.00 100.00 24.00 60.00 50.00 25.00 4.20 60.00 42.00 15.00 0.50 5.00 35.00 65.00 15.00 75.00 15.00 20.00 20.00 15.00 10.00 NonResident Min 4.00 150.00 24.00 60.00 30.00 25.00 3.70 60.00 30.00 15.00 0.50 5.00 35.00 120.00 15.00 50.00 15.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 14.00 NonResident Max 50.00 150.00 48.00 60.00 50.00 25.00 4.20 60.00 42.00 15.00 0.50 5.00 35.00 120.00 15.00 75.00 15.00 20.00 20.00 15.00 14.00 -

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Table 5D: Financing – User Fees (page 8 of 19)
Vehicle Parking Resident Resident Min Max 1.00 1.00 3.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 50.00 100.00 6.00 13.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 9.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 20.00 3.00 2.00 6.00 5.00 NonResident Min 1.00 3.00 5.00 5.00 50.00 10.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 2.00 NonResident Max 1.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 100.00 22.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 9.00 2.00 20.00 5.00 20.00 6.00 5.00 Resident Min 40.00 75.00 20.00 50.00 70.00 67.00 27.00 45.00 50.00 10.00 10.00 36.00 19.70 50.00 35.00 75.00 35.00 5.00 12.00 42.00 25.00 50.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 65.00 50.00 25.00 25.00 30.00 60.00 50.00 28.00 70.00 75.00 80.00 40.00 25.00 12.50 33.00 Annual Pass Resident Max 40.00 200.00 215.00 195.00 70.00 67.00 27.00 120.00 50.00 30.00 40.00 36.00 24.70 50.00 35.00 75.00 35.00 10.00 25.00 42.00 25.00 175.00 175.00 50.00 40.00 65.00 50.00 25.00 25.00 50.00 60.00 99.00 28.00 70.00 75.00 80.00 66.00 25.00 25.00 33.00 NonResident Min 40.00 75.00 20.00 50.00 70.00 112.00 54.00 45.00 50.00 10.00 40.00 46.00 19.70 50.00 35.00 100.00 45.00 29.00 12.00 42.00 25.00 25.00 50.00 60.00 75.00 40.00 50.00 25.00 25.00 30.00 120.00 50.00 28.00 70.00 80.00 40.00 25.00 17.50 53.00 NonResident Max 40.00 200.00 215.00 195.00 70.00 112.00 54.00 120.00 50.00 30.00 40.00 46.00 24.70 50.00 35.00 100.00 45.00 29.00 25.00 42.00 25.00 25.00 175.00 175.00 75.00 40.00 50.00 25.00 25.00 50.00 120.00 99.00 28.00 70.00 80.00 66.00 25.00 35.00 53.00

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Areas 2 61 15 2 26 48 2 1 50 9 18 34 1 87 32 -

Areas 56 26 11 138 41 26 14 118 48 1 30 32 24 36 27 27 50 92 71 25 34 79 20 39 19 34 213 5 13 3 26 8 47 63 101 41 49 32 1 76 14

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Table 5D: Financing – User Fees (page 9 of 19)
Annual Senior Citizen Pass Resident Min 5.00 60.00 12.00 25.00 18.00 11.10 10.00 5.00 30.00 40.00 4.00 20.00 30.00 25.00 35.00 2.00 24.00 22.50 10.00 Resident Max 20.00 60.00 12.00 25.00 18.00 13.60 10.00 10.00 30.00 40.00 4.00 20.00 30.00 50.00 35.00 2.00 36.00 22.50 10.00 NonResident Min 5.00 60.00 24.00 25.00 46.00 19.70 10.00 29.00 30.00 40.00 4.00 25.00 60.00 50.00 3.00 24.00 22.50 17.50 NonResident Max 20.00 60.00 24.00 25.00 46.00 24.70 10.00 29.00 30.00 40.00 4.00 25.00 60.00 99.00 3.00 36.00 22.50 35.00 Average Lodging Rental Fees Lodge Rooms Min Max 45.00 115.00 70.00 217.00 95.00 150.00 60.00 180.00 30.00 50.00 100.00 200.00 65.00 269.00 59.00 192.00 99.00 369.00 49.95 144.95 140.00 180.00 38.00 49.00 75.00 127.00 62.00 182.00 60.00 139.00 43.00 88.00 20.00 20.00 80.00 280.00 55.00 175.00 63.00 135.00 90.00 331.00 35.00 50.00 91.00 160.00 240.00 65.00 230.00 95.00 135.00 75.00 75.00 51.00 179.00 150.00 150.00 73.03 163.03 Cabins/Cottages Min Max 158.00 214.00 20.00 75.00 35.00 75.00 65.00 455.00 40.00 100.00 70.00 260.00 70.00 70.00 48.00 160.00 40.00 160.00 80.00 454.00 60.00 90.00 50.00 190.00 72.00 160.00 35.00 275.00 25.00 200.00 35.00 120.00 69.95 309.95 85.00 150.00 50.00 200.00 30.00 50.00 35.00 250.00 45.00 470.00 35.00 407.00 55.00 220.00 25.00 60.00 58.00 441.00 20.00 129.00 50.00 80.00 55.00 185.00 80.00 80.00 47.50 275.00 88.00 88.00 40.00 95.00 60.00 414.00 45.00 275.00 36.00 75.00 35.00 166.00 35.00 35.00 45.00 172.00 37.00 47.00 52.00 180.00 48.00 200.00 40.00 80.00 46.00 87.00 59.00 390.00 23.00 491.00 38.00 183.00 40.00 300.00 40.00 40.00 50.01 197.61

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Areas 138 41 14 48 32 24 27 27 50 92 20 34 4 13 8 47 101 41 49 32 1 76 -

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Campsite Rental Fees Improved: 3 H/U Improved: 2 H/U Improved: 1 H/U Min Max Min Max Min Max 18.00 35.00 15.00 18.00 20.00 50.00 20.00 50.00 20.00 50.00 28.00 30.00 18.00 22.00 14.00 14.00 30.00 65.00 30.00 80.00 30.00 75.00 24.00 26.00 24.00 26.00 20.00 22.00 40.00 52.00 37.00 48.00 33.00 37.00 23.00 28.00 23.00 31.00 16.00 42.00 16.00 42.00 16.00 42.00 21.00 53.00 12.00 30.00 26.00 26.00 24.00 24.00 20.00 20.00 25.00 35.00 20.00 30.00 10.00 20.00 21.00 30.00 13.00 22.00 16.00 19.00 13.00 16.00 20.50 21.50 19.50 20.50 17.50 18.50 25.00 38.00 17.00 32.00 15.00 23.00 20.00 26.00 20.00 26.00 20.00 26.00 25.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 20.00 40.00 15.00 30.00 20.00 24.00 15.00 17.00 29.00 33.00 16.00 29.00 16.00 18.00 16.00 24.00 18.00 22.00 14.00 16.00 13.00 16.00 20.00 26.00 17.00 23.00 17.00 21.00 20.00 23.00 19.00 19.00 17.00 17.00 8.00 15.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 35.00 35.00 18.00 18.00 14.00 14.00 27.00 27.00 21.00 21.00 25.00 25.00 20.00 60.00 20.00 40.00 20.00 20.00 32.00 39.00 20.00 32.00 23.00 23.00 17.00 17.00 14.00 14.00 16.00 24.00 16.00 24.00 21.00 46.00 20.00 35.00 18.00 25.00 18.00 25.00 16.00 30.00 6.00 26.00 10.00 25.00 12.00 25.00 20.00 25.00 16.00 20.00 11.00 16.00 15.00 30.00 11.00 26.00 9.00 20.00 25.00 28.00 20.00 25.00 16.00 20.00 30.00 37.00 27.00 32.00 28.00 33.00 27.00 32.00 27.00 32.00 24.00 25.00 22.00 24.00 18.00 20.00 17.00 25.00 15.00 22.00 24.27 33.24 20.60 30.07 16.49 25.01 Improved: No H/U Min Max 15.00 25.00 11.00 12.00 10.00 60.00 18.00 18.00 14.00 30.00 20.00 29.00 16.00 16.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 10.00 8.00 11.00 10.50 11.50 12.00 12.00 12.00 25.00 15.00 30.00 12.00 14.00 12.00 20.00 11.00 11.00 10.00 13.00 7.00 15.00 8.00 13.00 14.00 18.00 25.00 25.00 20.00 40.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 15.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 14.00 31.00 12.00 12.00 13.00 19.00 19.00 29.00 14.00 20.00 4.00 19.00 8.00 16.00 8.00 11.00 5.00 17.00 13.00 16.00 16.00 27.00 20.00 26.00 21.00 24.00 15.00 19.00 12.00 20.00 10.00 22.00 12.92 19.76 Primitive Min Max 2.00 30.00 15.00 25.00 10.00 11.00 10.00 28.00 8.00 8.00 14.00 30.00 18.00 22.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 12.00 15.00 20.00 13.00 13.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 10.00 6.00 9.00 10.50 11.50 12.00 21.00 12.00 12.00 24.00 6.00 8.00 12.00 14.00 12.00 20.00 11.00 11.00 10.00 13.00 7.00 15.00 6.00 6.00 14.00 14.00 23.00 23.00 17.00 22.00 8.00 8.00 12.00 12.00 13.00 13.00 10.00 10.00 12.00 12.00 5.00 9.00 15.00 23.00 14.00 20.00 10.00 6.00 8.00 8.00 4.00 20.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 14.00 11.00 15.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 13.00 12.00 14.00 10.00 17.00 10.54 14.82

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Table 5D: Financing – Campsite Reservation User Fees (page 11 of 19)
Campsite Rental Campsite Reservation Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 46 Number days in advance 365 365 365 210 180 335 210 330 334 365 274 180 180 90 120 365 334 223 366 180 183 366 730 180 270 365 345 334 180 270 335 90 180 365 275 330 365 335 90 333 120 335 334 270 196 334 2 274 Reservation Fee Charged Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 38 Reservation Fee Fee NonMin Max Refundable 12.00 42.00 5.00 5.00 Yes 10.00 30.00 Yes 8.00 8.00 Yes 10.00 10.00 Yes 9.00 9.00 Yes 7.00 8.00 Yes Yes 1.20 3.00 10.00 25.00 Yes 5.00 5.00 Yes 4.00 6.00 Yes 3.00 10.00 Yes 8.00 8.00 Yes 6.00 6.00 Yes 2.00 2.00 Yes 4.25 4.48 9.25 9.25 Yes 8.00 8.00 Yes 9.00 9.00 Yes 10.00 10.00 Yes 8.50 8.50 Yes 10.00 10.00 Yes 7.00 7.00 Yes 9.25 9.25 Yes 11.00 11.00 Yes 9.00 9.00 Yes 3.00 3.00 Yes 3.00 6.00 Yes 8.25 8.25 Yes 8.00 8.00 Yes 8.00 8.00 Yes 9.00 10.00 Yes 1.60 1.60 Yes 8.00 Yes Yes 8.00 10.25 Yes 6.00 6.00 Yes 5.00 5.00 Yes 6.50 8.50 Yes 5.00 5.00 Yes 9.70 9.70 Yes 10.00 10.00 Yes 7.16 9.26 40 No. People Allowed Per Site 8 12 6 8 8 6 6 4 8 6 10 8 8 6 6 8 8 6 6 6 4 8 6 8 6 8 8 8 6 6 7 6 6 6 6 4 8 5 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 6 8 10 6 10 7 Dogs Allowed Overnight Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 47

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Table 5D: Financing – User Fees (page 12 of 19)
Explanatory Notes
STATE Arizona NOTES >If a vehicle contains more than 4 adults at a park that assesses a “per vehicle” user fee, each additional adult is $3.00. This number is included in this category above, whereas it used to be counted in "per vehicle" category. Also, individuals who walk up to the gate and individuals on bicycle are charged $3 entry fee at parks that typically charge by vehicle. >”Per Adult Person on bus” category now includes per adult ticket price for commercial group tours to Kartchner Caverns as of FY10. This is a change in definition as compared to data submitted in previous years. >Additional lodging rental fee: Yurts $35.00-$50.00 >McFarland State Historic Park is not included in the fee Per Adult Person as they now serve as a the Visitor Center to the Town of Florence and no fee is charged. >Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park is not included on the fee Per Adult Person as it now serves as the City of Yuma's Visitor Center and no fee is charged. As of January 2, 2012, admission fees were no longer charged for access to state park museums and exhibit galleries. Table 5d(1) - Number of Areas where Charged - The term 'area' represents the number of park units where vehicle day use fees are collected. Many park units have multiple areas (entrance stations) where fees are accepted. Table 5d(1) - Per Adult Person - Per adult person entry/tour fees. Table 5d(1) - Per Passenger Vehicle - Vehicle day use fees collected; including OHV units. Table 5d(1) - Vehicle Parking - Fees represent charges for bus parking. Total number of units accomodating small/large buses not available. Small Bus fees $50 / Large Bus fees - $100. Table 5d(1) - Annual Pass - The term 'area' represents the number of park units charging vehicle day use fees. Many park units have multiple areas (entrance stations) where fees are accepted. Table 5d(1) - Annual Senior Citizen Pass - Data represents the Golden Bear Discount Pass (with income restrictions for eligibility) and the Senior Citizen Discount. Annual cost/fee for the Golden Bear Discount Pass is $5 per calendar year. California State Parks also offers the Limited Use Golden Bear Discount Pass (persons 62 years of age or older are eligible to receive this pass with no income restrictions valid during non-peak season). Annual cost/fee for this pass is $10 per calendar year. Data is not available for the Limited Use Golden Bear Discount Pass because of the variance of its validity based on peak/non-peak seasonality. Senior Citizen Discount. Permits year-round $1 discount for vehicle date use and a $2 discount for family camping for persons 62 years of age or older in state-operated parks regardless of income status without the need to purchase any pass. Table 5d(2) - Improved campsite with hookups; water and electrical hookups. Sewer hookups not provided at campsite, but dump station available inside the campground. Table 5d(2) - Some camping loops in some parks allow pets. Lodge rooms are operated by concessionaires. The Annual Senior Citizen pass was increased to $60 in the middle of the FY. The price is now set at the cost of the annual pass less $10. There is also a Lifetime senior pass that sells for 5 times the cost of the Senior annual pass, currently $300. The reservation fee ($7.75 by telephone and $6.75 online) is incorporated into the cost of the site and is not passed on the visitor. The vehicle parking in corporated in the entrance fee. Those who have a valid Idaho RV sticker are not charged a reservation fee. INTERNAL NOTE: Next year (FY 2012 / 2013) the adjustment in AEP's, NRAEP's, GHP's and campsites will be accounted for. Table 5d: Corrected the row called "Vehicle Parking" to "1", at Falls of the Ohio. Resort cabins were not included. The min/max for those cabins is $179/$499. The resort campground full hook-up fee is $49. New cabin rental of $200/night added. Camping reservations can be reserved 3 months in advance, not 90 days. changes made 2011 $6 non-refundable reservation fee on all reservations. These fees are paid to our reservation service provider. Areas with entrance fees now exclude all areas where fees are collected from "iron rangers," and payment, though required, is essentially voluntary. Advance campsite reservations = maximum number of days in advance in which a campsite could be reserved in the 2012 reservation season. An annual senior pass for $30 is sold. This is a vehicle pass, allowing entry for all persons in a vehicle with the pass holder. Individually, seniors are granted entry for free. Some camping loops in some parks allow pets. Reservation cahrge has been $9.25 for 5 years, New contract 4/1/12 decreased to $8.65. Corrected rates for Lodge Rooms and Cabins to be consistent with current rate schedule. Minimum price reflects off-season rates less a $2.00 discount (applicable only to persons with disabilities and senior citizens). The “cabins” category includes tipis, yurts and cabins, none of which are self-contained. Changes in minimum camping fees reflect range for all user types. FY2012 camping fees include electrical and non-resident fees. Campsite reservation, modification, and cancellation fees are additional fees apply when using the reservation system. Approximately 75% of campsites in state parks are now reservable. Entrance fees for residents are part of vehicle registration fees so no fee is shown for an annual pass for residents. 5c- This amount is General Fund. Total for all sources is $17,472,929,446. 5C: Includes agency budget for DD&M (60% Parks Fund) and Bureau of Historic Sites (100% General Funds). 5D: Vehicle parking pertains to meters only. Fees exclude attractions (Tram, Flume). Dogs are allowed at certain campgrounds. Charges for non-resident fees added. 5d(2): Also have group fees at The Summit Environmental Education Center. A motel-style room is $70 (double occupancy); cabins are $55 adults, $35 youth. Rates include one meeting space, audiovisual equipment, three meals and a snack. Campsites can be reserved up to 11 months in advance. Annual pass "minimum" is for the 12-month pass; residents and non-residents pay the same price. The "maximum" is for the 24-month pass. Again, there is no difference in price for residents vs. non-residents for the 24-month pass. Lodge Rooms: Silver Falls cabins (minimum) and Wolf Creek Inn, Clark Gable Suite (maximum) Cabins: Standard Yurt (minimum) and Deluxe Yurts and Cabins (maximum) Improved campsite 3 HU = Full Improved campsite 2 HU = Electric Improved campsite no HU= Tent Primitive = primitive PA Lodges include: The Inn at Bald Eagle and Kings Gap Environmental Education & Training Center South Carolina State Parks do not charge a group rate or for vehicle parking. Primitive Camping: Price is based on group size with a minimum of $10. Residents of South Dakota do not pay a reservation fee, thus the response of $0 as the minimum. Utah does not have a non-resident senior citizen pass. Residents pay a one-time fee of $2 for the senior citizen pass. $5 transaction fee applied to all overnight transactions including walk-ins. Effective FY12 - new park access fee of $10/vehicle/day or $30 vehicle annual pass. Donations to parks available as an opt-out when renewing vehicle license tab collected by Department of License (DOL). Pets must be kept on leash no longer than 10 feet in campgrounds Reservations made via "877" Number are $10 dollars per site; if made via website $8.00 per site.

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Table 5E: Financing – Revenue Sources (page 13 of 19)
Revenue Generated By Source Entrance Fees 1,824,746 703,713 6,086,146 1,205,520 47,403,808 11,397,645 3,972,136 2,872,570 21,036,504 3,787,548 1,467,332 1,329,000 7,663,008 1,878,127 995,021 2,417,073 4,402,390 3,093,864 19,746,346 3,428,954 443,310 563,933 5,520,265 3,360,426 9,165,720 1,874,941 1,324,569 31,663,460 1,044,478 513,310 78,586 3,047,798 3,675,144 4,036,933 5,791,579 13,385,425 3,906,335 970,179 2,366,269 202,569 11,165,808 870,627 5,992,455 Camping Fees 6,748,391 304,463 4,275,317 3,413,815 43,115,559 8,019,825 2,082,404 2,367,666 16,616,757 6,684,897 493,907 2,564,900 6,438,598 9,535,166 2,970,909 3,490,817 4,776,255 2,783,375 477,735 3,596,822 4,851,490 26,863,352 4,018,452 2,575,372 5,525,790 870,071 4,207,468 2,473,581 917,380 2,499,635 10,832,091 2,524,797 1,312,917 13,176,057 5,349,749 14,705,569 7,538,085 1,687,813 7,830,530 4,925,502 3,532,127 14,533,488 2,861,516 3,091,657 4,046,444 13,495,448 1,930,912 6,999,248 605,915 6,255,919 Cabins/ Cottages 4,659,527 375,493 4,286,774 608,646 13,612 672,954 3,790,654 7,713,314 278,073 635,300 63,117 1,252,675 549,029 701,306 7,276,508 3,868,336 1,727,055 258,714 1,016,429 2,885,603 32,774 5,173,665 Group Facilities 155,305 343,811 228,639 86,081 362,673 55,850 4,329 9,204 471,156 194,005 -

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Lodges 3,335,696 3,621,528 3,320,498 158,212 12,072,278 12,170,819 343,402 508,851 594,888 346,985 -

546,013 4,736,067 228,169 239,124 4,713,956 3,033,724 3,552,617 2,902,470 699,568 4,664,176 92,310 273,241 5,451,336 1,729,460 4,964,780 2,315,313

3,687,960 107,649 519,357 538,674 99,240 6,236,832 75,330 1,218,188 6,356,090 24,660 2,766,857

27,335 307,143 257,127 125,215 331,171 1,002,047 36,693 235,164

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Table 5E: Financing – Revenue Sources (page 14 of 19)
Revenue Generated By Source Beaches/ Pools 73,942 312,381 277,889 39,300 27,830 542,616 514,568 129,213 3,960 89,987 765,899 1,701,701 3,189,967 277,901 38,962 135,657 99,802 8,790 26,252 656,182 1,161,416 436,659 20,093 457,868 Golf Courses 3,153,469 352,753 2,346,259 2,127 1,409,216 5,882,021 1,634,021 637,060 Total Operations 29,648,685 2,316,670 11,812,467 28,349,902 106,977,455 23,048,097 6,449,262 13,870,513 52,512,359 32,860,127 3,533,209 7,414,700 7,242,958 47,135,038 4,205,846 6,350,004 51,398,410 10,540,622 3,686,040 17,218,297 12,152,579 49,148,074 17,758,849 8,410,648 10,791,412 1,973,719 20,880,943 3,839,044 18,726,876 9,304,611 5,670,028 85,063,795 6,446,732 2,467,706 27,639,717 30,734,767 18,976,139 21,269,770 6,154,489 21,228,140 16,926,632 35,679,345 39,279,567 14,333,834 7,882,880 17,821,533 20,291,248 22,290,943 19,371,752 1,662,970 20,814,988

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Restaurants Concessions 3,512,314 1,951,178 378,604 3,166,670 115,205 11,904,022 1,255,929 144,229 96,848 317,297 273 4,811,973 3,251,268 2,946,212 532,373 395,200 157,874 7,742,310 2,475,321 95,227 189,425 13,151,577 222,458 5,609 15,303 16,657 2,258,393 335,084 404,354 632,866 473,445 188,715 451,407 45,214 1,654,099 26,051 403,797 2,137,902 138,150 2,274,557 315,272 356,125 14,840,759 665,040 402,355 1,277,518 1,185,854 923,441 28,943 88,051 2,296,076 441,919 387,265 3,307,516 1,359,172 7,622,854 360,072 4,768,125 475,762 135,143 786,411 2,164,672 367,524 1,982,187 263,050 322,294 61,273 2,371,488 1,508,370

16,542,145 1,044,610 1,716,090 245,951 780,563 7,386,778 3,015,477 1,266,331 109,878 2,795,573

Other 4,234,116 933,001 1,072,400 11,531,445 4,554,066 1,766,052 236,881 7,036,650 6,170,117 2,447,458 761,524 2,846,200 4,442,448 534,831 86,000 7,395,001 1,944,510 759,272 5,233,637 1,975,446 992,305 8,037,966 741,705 3,611,523 480,890 2,671,947 340,468 3,111,317 5,623,670 1,489,699 3,259,306 1,706,347 7,388,614 14,316,563 998,129 7,006,706 94,872 1,292,722 4,051,571 4,889,153 6,592,529 3,982,434 3,337,330 1,844,985 2,478,581 4,851,672 754,431 100,495 3,375,187

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Table 5E: Financing – Revenue Sources (page15 of 19)
Explanatory Notes

STATE Arizona

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NOTES Fees charged per person or per vehicle for day-use entrance to parks, fees charged for the purchase of annual passes, and fees charged for Kartchner Caverns cave tours. Fees charged for annual passes and Kartchner Cavern tour tickets were classified in the “All Other Operations” category in data from FY09 and before. During FY11, some parks were operated by partners in order to address budget shortfalls. In some cases, revenues from these parks are kept by the operating partners and are not reported in the information above. Lodge Room Rentals: Concession revenue decrease due to privatization of state-operated concessions. This contributed to a major reduction in expenses not visable here. Restaurant/Food Service operations: The lodge at Wakulla Springs State Park is now privately operated, leading to $0 in lodge rentals, but increased concession revenue. Other Revenue $2,447,458(Contracts, Recreational Amenities, Day Use Rentals, Historic Site Admissions, Timber, Park Donations, Programming, & Equestrian income) MINUS (Sales Tax, Refunds, & Sales Tax) There is no revenue received from the resort as this is under a management agreement. Other operations revenue includes day-use lodge rental, shelter rental, special event permit fees, dock management area fees, dock slip rental, reservation refund fees and taxes. changes to revenue made 2011 Staff Contacts: George Trubiano and Stephen Scappicio Recreation Passport entry program replaced traditional park sticker program beginning 10/01/2010 Golf course operations are included in All Other operations. All other revenue above includes miscellanenous Park generated fees and the Enterprise fund, which generates revenue from the sale of interpretive merchandise. The difference in golf course operations is due to a change from a State-owned golf course that, in FY 11, is now leased by a management company. Revenue generated by fees in FY 11 is now generated from a lease. other revenues = donations, special activity permits, grants, picnic shelters/community buildings/HARI facilities, concession contracts (CHRO, JORI and marinas), CRS vendor fees, pier permits, reimbursements (ranger housing electricity, etc), dock rental fees, employee rentals (ranger housing), equipment rentals at parks, other revenues (sale of surplus property, etc). Table 5c (Share of State Budget): State Operating Budget (source: Legislative Fiscal Office); State Park Operating Budget (48% of 2011-13 LAB for Direct Services, Central Services (excluding Debt Service of $4.261 million), Park Development (excluding Facilities Investment and Acquisition), and Director's Office; historically, 48% is used for estimating expenditures for the first year of the biennium. Overnight does not include Boat Moorage. Concession operations includes Boat Moorage (Agency Object 8630) Lodge Room: Silver Falls, Wolf Creek Inn, and Frenchglen (closed in winter) Restaraunts: Silver Falls, Wolf Creek Inn, and Frenchglen PA Lodges include: The Inn at Bald Eagle and Kings Gap Environmental Education & Training Center. All other includes yurts, boating, meeting rooms, backpacking/river camping, whitewater rafting, pavilions, picnic groves, POS sales and observatory. Tax amounts not reflected in any revenue or expenses. Table 5e totals are actual revenue figures verses projected revenue in Table 5a. Entrance fee total included revenue from Annual Pass sales Camping fees include all facility fee types. Our system does not distinguish between facility types. Revenue from oil and gas production on park land is not included. The "all other operations" includes, boat rentals, boat rentals taxed, firewood, gas, fishing, miscellaneous, resale items, shower, soda, ice, and transportation. Effective FY12 - new park access fee of $10/vehicle/day or $30 vehicle annual pass. Under "other" The total Parks Renewal Stewardship Account (PRSA) revenue reported operating only. Concession Operations = Longterm Concession and All other operations = Other Concessions

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Table 5F: Financing – Revenue Sources (page16 of 19)
Registration Fees Entrance Fees & Permits No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes 38 Motor Fuel Tax No No Yes No Yes Yes No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes No No Yes No No No Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes No No Yes 19 Snowmobiles No No No No No Yes No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes No Yes No No No No No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes No Yes Yes 15 OHV's/ ATV's No No Yes No Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No Yes No No No Yes Yes No No Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes No No Yes No No No No No Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes Yes 16 Real Estate Transfer Tax No No No Yes No No No Yes Yes No No No Yes No No No No Yes No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No 8 Vehicle Plates / Permits No No No No No Yes No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes No Yes No No No No Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes No 19 Hunting Licenses/ Fines No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No 3

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming # Yes

Boats No No Yes No Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No Yes Yes No No No No No No 13

Lottery No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No 5

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State Taxes/Fees Dedicated to Park & Recreation Employee Housing Payments No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No No No Yes No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes No 23 Permits (Ski, Lake, Ag.) No No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes 32 Publications & Souvenir Sales No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 39 Concessionnaires Licensing No No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No 32 Tobacco Products Tax Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No 4 Sporting Goods Tax No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No Yes No No No No No No No 4

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming # Yes

Donations No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 42

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State Taxes/Fees Dedicated to Park & Recreation Petroleum Products Tax No No No Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No 3 Sales Tax Tourism No No No No No No No No No Yes No No Yes Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No 5 Investment Interest No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No Yes No Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No 14 State Land Board Trusts No No No Yes No Yes No No No No No No Yes No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No 3 General Fund No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 38

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming # Yes

Other Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No No No No No No No No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes No No No 18

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Explanatory Notes

STATE Arizona Arkansas Indiana Iowa Maryland Massachusetts

New Hampshire Texas Virginia Washington West Virginia

NOTES Local government agreements for operating support of specific parks. Other is Amendment 75, Arkansas's 1/8 cent Conservation Tax. INTERNAL NOTE: Updated per Joyce Witt's notes for FY 2011 / 2012. ACW Snowmobile and vehicle plates revenue is very minimal overall to to park funding. A portion of the Real Estate Transfer Tax is assigned to Program Open Space and POS funds the Maryland Park Service by act of the Legislature. * Publications & Souvenir Sales: No approved merchandising plan during 2011. ** Investment interest: On Trust donated Funds. *** Other Funding: Inter-Agency Agreements; Federal trail grants; Public/Private Partnerships. The Bureau of Historic Sites and 40% of Office of Design, Development & Maintenance (DD&M) are budgeted through the General Fund. Motor Vehicle Plates are specialty license plates only. Other = timber revenue, surplus property sales Donations to parks available through renewing vehicle license tab changed in FY10 to opt-out. Employee housing - some key park staff, other than superintendent series personnel, rent on-site residences.

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Table 6A: Personnel – Number of Positions (page 1 of 9)
The number of staff positions is reported in this table by three categories: (1) whether they are full-time, part-time (regular year-around staffers that work less than a full forty-hour week) or seasonal (those individuals hired for temporary service during peak-use seasons) employees; (2) whether they work in the central office or in the field and (3) whether they are regarded as “park professionals” (those employees engaged primarily in work specialized to the needs of state parks) or not (those doing non-park-specialized work, such as clerical, fiscal, legal, etc. States that provided “0” or no data are excluded from averages.

Park Professional STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average Full-Time 17 34 11 13 212 31 12 33 65 19 13 11 4 17 3 3 92 9 9 27 86 11 47 10 75 16 4 12 13 4 25 12 31 16 6 7 55 27 3 17 14 18 71 25 4 12 24 5 15 15 1,315 26 Part-Time 2 1 130 1 1 2 4 3 4 10 1 159 14 Seasonal 1 2 3 9 10 25 5 Full-Time 30 45 70 339 13 1 5 19 5 6 41 6 4 1 17 31 2 24 27 10 18 1 8 8 3 14 23 179 14 5 22 17 91 17 6 3 4 27 23 1 8 83 9 3 1,283 29

Other Staff Part-Time 3 2 44 35 22 8 2 1 6 1 1 8 6 4 3 1 3 10 8 3 1 172 8 Seasonal 7 7 103 54 4 43 10 3 2 2 1 1 3 1 5 5 1 10 6 14 2 7 1 2 294 12

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Field Positions STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal 62 26 2 58 90 80 186 11 10 1,319 1,714 1,118 196 12 398 86 1 519 115 92 438 806 239 125 276 232 214 96 66 16 275 87 347 40 141 82 198 107 10 766 6 121 54 34 244 204 809 380 5 995 193 11 232 235 143 603 114 59 76 429 32 82 52 32 128 35 4 43 124 61 858 140 511 191 48 44 421 1 653 26 105 2 286 3 206 254 10 373 89 1 38 426 132 21 84 93 7 475 687 68 192 918 235 118 123 29 328 203 141 304 278 4 68 72 183 3 58 2 206 10,912 2,909 12,093 218 104 295 Other Staff Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal 200 387 301 7 8 385 308 452 193 74 28 2 265 11 171 14 88 112 137 9 13 3 241 24 367 1,118 3 170 276 221 68 4 34 8 35 24 33 1,330 10 3 23 88 787 30 12 181 199 1,536 4,467 35 2 120 254 71 985 25 39 445 814 133 33 169 7 7 174 100 140 66 5 57 1 1 47 153 360 49 1 1 355 746 266 306 2 5,169 2,303 12,957 152 110 463

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Total Personnel Positions STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average Full-Time 279 97 146 654 2,063 268 99 164 1,061 388 124 131 338 364 92 111 875 370 49 231 524 255 292 134 545 69 135 93 77 339 239 1,771 466 47 387 335 400 578 47 285 118 879 1,082 223 34 270 434 441 198 78 18,678 374 Part-Time 389 2 4 321 1,962 15 1 127 275 352 21 24 40 1 7 227 16 44 143 66 32 33 8 1 2 79 3 17 54 14 175 2 3 314 13 749 4 3 5,543 146 Seasonal 301 73 88 462 1,221 717 523 481 125 351 285 367 1,259 198 185 124 68 246 809 1,032 1,563 603 76 83 128 794 137 858 710 48 4,467 693 120 990 246 383 815 432 253 475 346 251 131 329 674 69 266 306 208 25,369 518 Grand No. Wearing No. of Total Uniforms Divisions 969 850 5 172 79 7 238 170 4 1,437 180 5 5,246 3,603 28 1,000 228 3 623 17 2 772 86 7 1,461 963 5 1,091 202 4 124 4 437 357 2 729 265 6 1,663 364 2 290 280 6 297 290 3 1,006 915 3 665 619 4 295 256 3 1,040 200 4 1,572 540 7 1,862 1,811 8 1,038 152 4 276 40 1 660 406 5 230 230 7 929 90 3 230 70 2 935 858 6 1,049 913 3 287 192 4 6,246 4,630 11 1,159 719 4 169 148 1 1,456 132 8 584 562 1 800 611 3 1,393 374 4 479 343 5 592 132 4 607 104 4 1,400 196 2 1,333 1,154 8 356 263 3 366 346 4 1,258 244 7 516 563 3 1,456 1,350 3 508 489 4 289 268 2 49,590 27,854 238 992 568 5

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Administrative Support STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal 69 7 1 5 2 86 12 10 188 73 59 2 201 7 48 35 38 169 121 14 93 112 137 13 8 2 56 12 17 47 3 26 5 52 3 119 75 8 4 59 26 30 25 3 33 23 31 22 30 16 10 19 6 2 46 17 2 11 40 20 11 1 9 7 38 106 15 2 191 52 55 0 88 2 10 35 26 4 65 1 62 83 9 2 88 95 16 53 42 19 75 41 7 231 6 9 139 171 21 1 2 4 47 158 360 26 4 10 77 28 109 102 4 121 2 57 2,501 688 2,220 52 24 57 Rangers Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal 12 23 5 82 80 23 5 598 746 170 349 17 103 17 13 36 608 239 125 130 4 4 36 2 52 25 95 379 28 67 18 36 4 42 9 102 128 17 73 84 10 222 158 41 3 44 34 10 24 59 40 115 27 75 80 100 230 106 205 69 7 20 111 21 2 34 17 124 45 55 92 1 153 108 16 53 6 1 9 116 150 64 21 1 74 91 3 126 29 2 66 60 5 1 38 4,336 1,071 2,553 87 82 80

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Maintenance Workers STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal 53 180 50 8 2 188 91 145 498 772 52 261 60 1 332 48 36 108 50 114 208 182 88 5 1 146 166 367 200 805 47 190 14 123 131 2 134 120 15 8 50 762 201 2 447 3 1,257 31 40 196 54 50 74 191 9 54 18 14 73 28 767 20 10 25 751 139 236 66 46 829 3,204 134 521 3 50 173 31 509 102 70 33 1 325 264 562 21 52 91 14 94 49 6 450 319 44 157 392 94 51 111 8 246 105 111 210 71 1 4 187 691 146 22 113 25 2 104 5,571 2,425 14,421 111 110 328 Interpreter/Naturalist Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal 4 43 16 10 74 123 1 33 2 36 13 40 78 198 27 20 32 1 31 8 1 22 43 75 1 8 10 23 3 40 31 35 1 47 10 5,757 1 39 16 3 37 39 11 31 2 21 25 26 50 10 26 11 15 2 15 9 5 49 11 10 14 1 55 65 11 24 5 31 2 20 39 18 26 57 14 16 10 25 91 6 4 8 7 12 12 15 15 6 898 356 6,716 22 25 198

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Table 6B: Personnel – Salaries (page 6 of 9)
Field Unit Employees STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average Min 18,097 32,400 25,508 20,788 40,128 35,820 33,104 25,663 19,200 17,100 35,544 30,805 37,584 27,872 32,573 31,500 16,449 16,827 19,718 25,989 26,026 15,915 23,566 14,450 11,214 34,372 34,417 33,199 28,309 26,119 25,272 25,074 30,997 19,240 32,052 18,530 26,964 23,961 30,576 14,361 19,974 27,468 17,508 20,900 4,399 26,162 38,556 15,080 29,053 46,332 1,282,715 25,654 Max 23,992 98,850 53,107 59,157 63,180 67,404 56,348 38,495 45,463 46,817 55,560 56,659 64,740 42,744 69,950 42,000 46,404 63,315 31,907 62,177 33,162 44,500 30,817 31,665 45,108 34,372 47,473 69,029 37,190 85,445 49,171 40,136 58,019 41,600 41,350 38,703 45,384 59,071 35,267 46,033 41,109 43,944 39,660 35,300 13,286 49,225 50,568 43,992 44,349 65,412 2,428,609 48,572 Per Annum Salary Range Field Unit Manager Min 35,486 56,100 37,740 30,713 55,080 46,740 54,026 44,094 29,344 32,418 71,760 38,958 56,616 33,228 41,870 39,500 20,894 27,664 26,499 47,313 37,513 36,600 30,131 23,493 38,040 50,475 39,773 42,553 31,699 52,442 34,050 47,952 42,693 40,656 47,923 29,988 44,724 36,636 36,324 31,916 33,041 31,128 45,600 43,900 36,462 42,188 52,800 20,760 34,466 50,224 1,992,193 39,844 Max 53,994 142,015 68,156 75,312 72,936 104,556 93,398 66,140 83,066 68,418 102,120 71,635 96,168 57,486 63,627 48,000 46,667 81,682 51,438 102,602 51,057 65,300 58,841 56,912 56,653 50,475 54,862 75,627 45,594 107,991 67,870 77,454 79,480 67,752 76,107 54,614 83,904 94,533 46,229 68,160 49,561 59,016 58,800 73,600 56,784 84,062 96,900 50,400 79,241 77,400 3,574,595 71,492 Field Supervisor Min 41,258 64,060 43,240 45,377 96,828 79,994 74,648 50,485 45,173 52,173 51,936 52,728 51,540 40,950 52,936 41,800 68,250 53,498 44,740 64,781 48,068 54,100 68,971 20,943 60,232 67,895 53,460 52,847 38,709 71,879 48,963 91,096 52,177 63,814 42,557 87,984 71,022 50,427 54,124 36,595 43,692 86,888 54,600 45,843 43,412 61,235 31,200 44,916 66,132 2,730,176 55,718 Max 62,530 142,015 73,779 78,038 117,444 109,764 100,342 75,727 95,779 91,138 79,992 96,990 126,000 137,514 81,848 65,800 75,600 93,517 65,894 110,177 80,066 80,000 81,572 61,071 60,232 67,895 76,371 86,735 52,021 98,119 87,048 114,961 102,398 83,658 56,555 92,388 123,169 65,253 82,930 54,893 78,756 86,888 86,700 76,398 84,062 109,140 57,720 103,307 93,360 4,263,554 87,011

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Table 6B: Personnel – Salaries (page 7 of 9)
Operations Chief STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average Min 50,156 83,750 46,932 52,530 108,228 76,140 92,041 66,175 60,662 76,282 79,104 63,461 51,540 40,950 75,504 49,000 37,753 44,450 58,926 69,621 48,068 69,017 85,659 45,155 83,183 79,718 61,776 66,001 47,736 83,210 55,931 123,446 62,773 44,976 70,366 106,872 62,181 61,355 46,585 56,953 71,208 102,500 60,900 51,875 53,510 73,400 35,736 52,535 74,124 3,219,954 65,713 Max 76,463 185,750 80,150 86,725 138,732 115,908 118,069 99,263 128,278 133,488 112,596 116,709 126,000 137,514 107,474 68,000 65,406 107,078 81,182 118,336 80,066 109,201 100,533 79,021 83,183 79,718 88,252 99,681 81,266 102,000 99,424 152,886 122,087 74,952 92,310 106,872 94,533 75,600 82,930 85,430 128,304 102,500 96,600 81,307 109,818 126,480 66,120 120,831 104,652 5,029,678 102,646 Min 70,932 96,545 79,340 104,048 133,732 79,994 99,559 92,815 54,229 83,796 83,040 70,408 51,540 89,232 84,420 60,500 110,000 58,261 62,234 65,099 85,568 91,682 95,209 63,408 110,000 91,449 63,309 104,778 68,231 101,137 53,557 127,000 73,128 72,000 54,974 67,000 138,360 92,480 70,670 58,996 61,901 90,876 114,000 79,900 54,954 53,510 89,125 43,800 59,178 90,854 4,050,758 81,015 Director Max 108,071 215,600 142,812 104,048 138,732 144,885 127,707 139,223 114,636 146,675 118,212 129,480 126,000 137,514 128,890 79,400 110,000 122,595 90,355 104,078 125,265 134,226 112,165 110,965 110,000 91,449 91,797 104,778 90,606 141,594 132,557 127,000 123,052 100,000 122,845 73,020 138,360 128,744 89,500 100,907 92,852 163,764 114,000 120,000 86,653 109,818 144,840 81,036 136,111 90,854 5,917,671 118,353

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Table 6B: Personnel – Salaries (page 8 of 9)
Rangers STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Average Min 24,533 47,130 21,890 29,251 40,128 35,820 54,026 30,911 23,645 24,322 31,212 30,805 42,084 19,500 46,571 31,500 26,811 25,106 24,565 37,513 32,200 41,948 18,735 36,672 34,472 34,417 33,199 25,293 40,000 25,272 27,470 30,997 31,056 40,310 26,822 31,488 32,736 4,800 22,119 29,910 27,468 32,532 36,800 6,137 28,629 34,260 19,392 35,273 46,332 1,514,062 30,899 Max 37,417 109,170 53,107 56,340 63,180 67,404 93,396 45,124 61,449 42,644 67,448 56,659 58,488 35,724 63,627 43,000 33,560 57,907 31,907 33,162 50,600 60,907 41,113 45,960 34,472 47,473 69,029 32,947 104,521 49,171 48,160 58,019 51,768 50,398 34,500 47,544 65,367 6,789 46,033 44,865 43,944 41,736 51,600 25,137 49,225 96,900 35,892 65,079 65,412 2,575,274 52,557 Per Annum Salary Range Maintenance Workers Min 16,416 36,950 25,508 20,788 35,148 28,092 33,104 22,418 19,966 17,100 33,228 20,322 35,616 20,878 32,573 26,500 16,449 16,827 28,933 29,184 26,026 15,915 26,935 14,450 17,352 31,173 21,775 27,206 22,194 30,586 20,363 25,074 25,705 28,608 32,052 19,202 24,120 23,961 5,024 14,361 23,245 14,796 17,508 29,300 5,049 28,629 16,850 15,080 31,244 20,484 1,170,267 23,405 Max 22,841 55,995 49,561 59,157 41,964 74,316 56,438 44,076 44,405 46,817 35,544 37,357 48,204 33,254 47,715 46,000 33,823 72,488 38,626 62,177 33,162 44,500 35,433 47,842 35,340 31,173 29,893 72,223 28,309 70,989 40,227 47,138 58,897 47,688 41,350 38,703 32,820 59,071 6,250 46,033 41,109 39,839 39,660 40,600 54,777 49,225 94,740 25,536 40,581 65,412 2,289,278 45,786 Interpreters/Naturalists Min 20,687 34,937 29,251 41,940 35,820 51,488 33,638 19,200 24,322 45,576 30,805 45,624 29,614 40,414 Max 29,264 56,964 56,340 50,976 58,212 81,492 50,456 74,248 42,644 82,128 56,659 72,048 46,696 60,444

30,585 33,646 28,854 62,317 35,859 48,526 34,863 62,177 25,113 31,748 39,000 60,000 34,264 49,569 14,106 41,784 34,472 34,472 34,417 47,473 40,862 63,099 23,483 32,947 47,937 98,319 27,664 54,309 29,535 83,954 38,174 61,632 28,608 47,688 31,387 35,422 28,288 32,235 24,120 47,544 34,328 76,929 5,460 6,190 26,365 46,033 29,910 44,865 18,804 47,035 28,536 29,592 33,500 50,400 5,309 15,581 28,629 49,225 24,816 36,756 19,392 39,892 45,184 105,373 42,768 77,400 1,457,908 2,472,703 31,019 52,611

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Table 6C: Personnel – Employee Benefits (page 9 of 9)
Insurance STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming # Yes Life No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 48 Eye Health Dental Care Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 50 42 41 Sick Vacation Paid Housing Leave Leave Holidays Retirement Housing Allowance Utilities Uniform Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes 50 50 50 50 34 6 21 49

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Table 7 -- Supporting Group (page 1 of 1)
This table reports the presence and number of support groups and endowment funds for (1) a state park system and (2) individual state parks.
System Wide Support Groups Individual How Park Many?
0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Average/# Yes

Endowment Funds System Individual How Wide Park Many?
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

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Definitions
Table 1: Inventory Areas are individual units, or pieces of property, managed as part of the state park system. The total acreage of a state park system includes water surface area only when the measured water bodies are wholly enclosed within the boundaries of a unit of the state park system. An operational area is one that is open for regular use by the visiting public, and normally implies an appropriate level of development and staffing. State park inventories are reported in the following defined categories by the individual states: State parks: Areas containing a number of coordinated programs for the preservation of natural and/or cultural resources and provision of a variety of outdoor recreation activities supported by those resources. State recreation areas: Areas where a clear emphasis is placed on the provision of opportunities for primarily active recreation activities. State natural areas: Areas where a clear emphasis is placed on protection, management and interpretation of natural resources or features. State historical areas: Areas where a clear emphasis is placed on protection, management and interpretation of cultural, historical and/or archaeological resources or features. State environmental education sites: Areas used exclusively or primarily for conducting educational programs on environmental subjects, natural resources, conservation, etc. State scientific areas: Areas set aside exclusively or primarily for scientific study, observation and experimentation involving natural objects, processes and interrelationships; any other allowable uses are secondary and incidental. State forests: Areas that, while under the direct administrative supervision and control of the state parks agency, are identified separately from the state park system and distinguished from state park units by having primarily a forest management and/or timber production role rather than a natural area and/or provision of recreation role. State fish/wildlife areas: Areas under the administrative supervision and control of the state parks agency that are identified and managed primarily for the propagation and recreational taking of fish and/or game (“fishing and/or hunting areas”). State trails: Linear areas outside any other unit of the state park system that provide primarily for trail-type recreational activities (hiking, cycling, horseback riding, etc.) and normally do not contain any land areas large enough to support non-trail activities. Other and Miscellaneous areas: (These were combined for the first time with the 2001 AIX) - Areas other than the above, that are considered special or significant enough in a particular state to warrant separate identification and treatment and/or areas that are not easily categorized or distinguished, or are not considered significant enough to warrant specification — ”everything else”. (As updated August, 2000) Table 2: Facilities Facilities are the man-made structures and improvements provided on state park areas and owned by the state to facilitate appropriate use of the parks by the visiting public. While these facilities take many forms for many different purposes, only a few have been selected for inclusion in this report. They are described and defined as follows: 56

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Campsites, improved: Designated sites with access to electricity, running water and modern toilets, either through hook-ups or central facilities, or both. Campsites, primitive: Designated sites without access to utilities, other than primitive central restrooms (pit privies, holding tanks, etc.) and primitive water supply (pitcher pumps, etc.). Cabins/cottages: Individual, self-contained rental lodging units, usually free-standing, but possibly in multiple arrangements, such as duplexes or “townhouses”. These units are not included as part of a larger campground and typically do contain kitchens and indoor bathrooms. If a state has questions about how their units for this definition please call the NASPD Executive Director for further guidance. Lodges: Lodging facilities of varying size, but usually containing many rental units consisting primarily of sleeping rooms only, with either private or central bathrooms. Lodge rooms: Independent sleeping rooms or suites within a lodge that may be rented by themselves. Group sleeping facilities: Structures designed to be rented and/or used as sleeping quarters by identifiable groups, usually while conducting group programs in the park—”dormitories”. Restaurants: Facilities for preparing and serving food for consumption on the premises (“eat in”) by individuals or groups on a pay-as-you-go basis, having a seating capacity of 25 people or more. Golf courses: Any course containing at least nine regulation or “par 3” holes. Marinas: Boat liveries containing multiple slips and providing at least some services (fuel, supplies, repairs, dry storage, etc.), as opposed to “docks” only. Swimming pools: Swimming facilities of various sizes and shapes with an impermeable basin and a chemically treated, recirculating water supply, available for general public use with or without a separate fee. Stables: Facilities for quartering horses for recreational use by the general public, either directly through rental of the horses themselves or indirectly through rental of the stalls. Ski slopes: The number of individual “runs” designated for independent concurrent use for downhill skiing. Table 3: Visitation and Use Day use: A recreational outing by individuals arriving and departing the same day. Overnight use: A recreational outing involving a stay overnight as an authorized part of the recreational experience—may be indoors (lodges, cabins, etc.) or outdoors (camping). Fee areas: These are parks and other whole areas where entrance fees are charged and more reliable counts can be made. A “fee” area pertains to a whole area, and not to individual facilities or use areas within a park. Thus, users of campgrounds, swimming pools, etc., where a specific use charge is made would not be reported under “fee” areas unless there was also a general entrance fee for the park in which those facilities were located. Non-fee areas: Parks and other whole areas where no general entrance fee is charged and attendance must be estimated or determined through other means—even though such parks and other similar areas contain facilities (such as campgrounds and swimming pools) that do require specific use charges. Overnight visitation is also reported by the type of overnight accommodations used: campsites, cabins/cottages, lodges, group facilities and other. 57

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The extent to which overnight accommodations are used is measured by “rental nights” and reported separately for campsites, cabins/cottages and lodge rooms. Rental night: A “rental night” is a single night’s use of a single rental unit of a given overnight facility, regardless of the size of the party occupying that rental unit. Thus, a party occupying a campsite for a full week would represent seven “rental nights”. Table 4: Capital Expenses Land acquisition is reported in two categories (1) by purchase with cash or equivalent value, (2) by other means (such as donations and transfers from other government programs). New construction is reported as the total cost of all construction initiated during the year, whether completed during that year or not. Table 5: Financing Operating expenditures: Includes only those expenditures for operation and maintenance of the state park system per se; excluded are other related expenditures for such things as grants-in-aid to other entities, debt service on bonds, etc. Fixed capital expenditures: Includes only those expenditures for land acquisition, park construction, etc. “User fees” are reported by the means of collection: individual visitor, passenger vehicle, bus, vehicle parking, and annual passes. For each type of fee, the rate is stated for both state residents and non-residents, and the number of parks where such a fee is charged is noted. Table 6: Personnel Salary ranges are reported for several general categories of personnel: Field unit employee: Employee having broad public contact, interpretative, and park maintenance duties—e.g. a park ranger. Field unit manager: Senior on-site employee; manages park, supervises subordinate personnel—e.g. a park superintendent. Field supervisor: Oversees operation of a number of units in a given region—e.g. a district manager. Operations chief: The one position responsible for direct day-to-day operation of the whole park system; normally the one to whom field supervisors report. State park director: The one position responsible for overall direction of the state parks agency. Ranger: employee with administrative, operational, management, and/or law enforcement responsibilities as their primary function. Employee may be involved with other activities such as routine maintenance or interpretation as additional duties. Maintenance worker: employee with maintenance and upkeep being the primary responsibility. Interpreter or naturalist: employee involved in the education of the public as their primary responsibility. Employee may be assigned other duties.

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