Estimating Potential Visitorship and Expenditures from the Proposed Whitewater Park near Siloam Springs
Visitorship, spending estimates, Siloam Springs, Arkansas, Whitewater park, mountain bike park
The proposed whitewater and mountain biking park at the old Lake Frances dam site will prove to be an important recreational amenity for the City of Siloam Springs and the Northwest Arkansas region. While it is not possible to effectively calculate the true value of the park as a regional amenity, this study provides estimates of the potential numbers of visitors to the park and their associated spending in Siloam Springs. These numbers will allow leaders at the City of Siloam Springs and the Walton Family Foundation to make informed decisions about the operations of such a park.
Deck, K. A., & Jebaraj, M. (2016). Estimating Potential Visitorship and Expenditures from the Proposed Whitewater Park near Siloam Springs. Publications and Presentations. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/cberpub/8
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