Reed, P. C., & Haas, G. E. (1989). Off
highway vehicles in Colorado: Estimated recreational use and expenditures
(Survey). Fort Collins, CO: Department of Recreation Resources
& Landscape Architecture, Colorado State University.
Colorado State University OHV user survey in 1988. Colorado residents
only. The survey revealed that: Expenditures in pursuit of OHV activities
(vehicles, safety equipment, fuel, maintenance, lodging, food, tow vehicles,
campers, storage) totaled an estimated $489 million in 1989. In addition
89 percent of those surveyed would be willing to pay a $10 to $19 annual
OHV registration fee if the revenues were used to provide OHV recreation
opportunities, trails, trail maintenance, trailheads, and user education.
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