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Contact information
For information on the SCORP planning project, contact:
John Pohlman
SCORP project manager

Wisconsin Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP)2005 - 2010 plan

2005-2010 Wisconsin Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation PlanThe SCORP plan is done every five years to identify essential issues that affect the future of Wisconsin outdoor recreation and includes appropriate recommendations.

Since 1965 the state has developed and maintained the Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) in an attempt to classify, measure and ultimately provide for the preferences and needs of a statewide recreating public.

Printed and electronic versions of this publication and past SCORPs are available.

2005-2010 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan
2005-2010 Wisconsin SCORP Plan - entire document [PDF]
Table of contents, executive summary and introduction [PDF]
Chapter 1 - Wisconsin natural amenities, population changes and recreation destinations [PDF]
Chapter 2 - Wisconsin outdoor recreation demand and uses [PDF]
Chapter 3 - The supply of outdoor recreation in Wisconsin [PDF]
Chapter 4 - Compatibility and conflict in Wisconsin outdoor recreation [PDF]
Chapter 5 - Wisconsin SCORP regional profiles [PDF]
Chapter 6 - Wisconsin outdoor recreation participation trends and observations [PDF]
Chapter 7 - Wisconsin SCORP outdoor recreation goals and actions [PDF]
Appendices A-E and selected references [PDF]
Last revised: Wednesday September 11 2019