Comprehensive Interpretive Plan
The Comprehensive Interpretive Plan (CIP) outlines the park's approach to interpreting natural and cultural resources and provides guidance to park staff as they share those resources with park visitors. The CIP is necessary to ensure long-term protection of resources through visitor understanding and enjoyment. The CIP will guide interpretation for the next 5-10 years.
The Comprehensive Interpretive Plan forms the overall vision and basis for decision making relating to interpretation in a park. It provides both a long-range and short range view, including all media and personal services. The Comprehensive Interpretive
These three sections of the CIP are covered in:
CIP Section I: Long-Range Interpretive Plan (LRIP)
CIP Section II: Annual Implementation Plan (AIP)
CIP Section III: Interpretive Database (ID)
Did You Know?
In 1923 a golf course was built in Platt National Park [the Platt Historic District in the present Chickasaw National Recreation Area]. In 1935 the golf course was ordered closed, and little evidence remains of it today. More...