Campsite and Visitor Survey - 2001

Lake Temagami and Vicinity

The State of Outdoor Recreation

A Field Evaluation and Visitor Survey of Backcountry Campsites

September 2001

Researched by Ian C. Huggett

Temagami Lakes Association and Temagami Region Studies Institute

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Photo: Houseboat monopolizing campsite on Northeast Arm of Lake Temagami

Houseboat monopolizing campsite on Northeast Arm of Lake Temagami.

Photo: Ian Huggett

 

 

  CONTACT THE AUTHOR:

 Ian Huggett

ecowatch@magma.ca

Directory

Forward                                             

Introduction and Purpose            

Campsite Survey

Scope

Methodology                     

Campsite Summary         

Visitor Survey

Introduction and Summary

Conclusions    

Crowding And Inter-Party Encounters

Houseboats    

Noise        

Privy Boxes 

Garbage      

Permanent Camps/Squatters

Lumber Waste                     

Cached Aluminum Boats   

Recommendations - A            

General Management Objectives    

Specific Management Objectives   

Recommendations - B

Backcountry Etiquette Standards

Reducing Crowding On Popular Canoe Routes 

Recommendations - C

Regulating Houseboats       

Reducing Noise            

Managing Privy Boxes         

Recommendations - D

Cleaning-Up And Reducing Garbage

Permanent Squatter's Camps     

Lumber Waste                      

Limiting Cached Aluminum  Boats

Acknowledgments    

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