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    Big South Fork

    National River & Recreation Area KY,TN

Visitor Use Surveys at Big South Fork and Obed

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Date: August 30, 2012
Contact: Howard Duncan, 423-569-2404 ext 260
Contact: Matt Hudson, 423-346-6294

The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and the Obed Wild and Scenic River have arranged for a visitor use survey to be done in each park during September. The surveys will provide information that will help determine where park visitors are coming from, what people like to do when they come to a park, what are visitors' opinions about park facilities and interpretive programs, and what park features and qualities are most important to visitors.

The surveys are entirely voluntary and anonymous and will be distributed to a random sample of visitors during a seven day period. The questionnaires are already stamped and addressed, and visitors can fill out the questionnaires at their leisure and mail them to the University of Idaho for processing. A report of the findings will be compiled and made available on the parks' webpages (www.nps.gov/biso and www.nps.gov/obed).

The visitor use survey at Big South Fork will be conducted September 4 through September 10, and the survey at the Obed will be conducted from September 11 through September 17.

Please call either the Big South Fork at (423) 569-9778 or the Obed at (423) 346-6294 if you have any questions.

Did You Know?

Cumberland sandwort

Cumberland sandwort is one of several species of threatened and endangered plants found throughout Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. Cumberland sandwort only grows in the dry sandy soils of certain rockshelters found in and around Big South Fork.