Colorado's 2008 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) was the product of a collaborative effort administered by Colorado State Parks between January 2008 and July 2009. This plan was developed with the assistance and support of a diverse array of outdoor recreation stakeholders representing local, state, and federal agencies;non-profit groups; outdoor industry groups; and other organizations directly linked to outdoor recreation. A Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grant awarded to the State of Colorado from the National Park Service made this plan possible.
In 2010, Colorado State Parks was the proud recipient of the "SCORP Excellence Award", which is offered once annually by the National Park Service and the National Association of Recreation Resource Planners.
Provided below are links to the 2008 SCORP.
Table of Contents.pdf
Section 1 Introduction.pdf
Section 2 Outdoor Recreation Partners and Providers in Colorado.pdf
Section 3 Outdoor Recreation Trends.pdf
Section 4 Economic Activity Attributed to Outdoor Recreation in Colorado.pdf
Section 5 SCORP Regional Profiles.pdf
Section 6 Priority Recreation Issues and Influences.pdf
Section 7 SCORP Strategic Plan and Conclusion.pdf
Appendix A. Public Survey Report.pdf
Appendix B. Local Government Survey Summary.pdf
Appendix C. Information Resources.pdf
Appendix D. Wetlands Component.pdf
Appendix E. Acronyms.pdf