Master Recreation Plan
The Master Recreation Plan will take a system-wide approach to identify, evaluate, and address the impacts of CERP implementation on existing recreational use within the South Florida Ecosystem and identify and evaluate potential new recreation, public use and public educational opportunities.
A particular focus will be on the identification of additional public use and recreational opportunities to compensate for public use facilities that may be lost. Promising opportunities may be recommended for further evaluation during the development of Project Implementation Reports for specific CERP Projects, for implementation through other cost-share arrangements between federal, state, local, or not-for-profit entities, or recommended for stand-alone Congressional authorizations.
Program Management Plan
- View the Master Recreation Program Management Plan (2004)
Public Presentation Documents
- MRP Regional Conceptual Recreation Plans Draft Regional Report (30 mb, PDF)
Please note large file size
- View the 2008 MRP Public Presentation (1.6 mb, PDF)
20 Mar 2008 - MRP Regional Conceptual Recreation Plans Draft Regional Report