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Fee Packages

Annual Reports

Fiscal Year 2018 Financial Report 
DRED Annual Consolidated Reporting for FY 2016 & FY 2017
Fiscal Year 2017 Financial Report 
Fiscal Year 2016 Financial Report 
Fiscal Year 2015 Financial Report 
Fiscal Year 2014 Financial Report 
Fiscal Year 2013 Financial Report 
Fiscal Year 2012 Financial Report  (3.7MB)
Fiscal Year 2011 Financial Report
Fiscal Year 2010 Annual Report  

Other Documents

Lake Sunapee Public Boat Access Development Commission 

New Hampshire's Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP)

The SCORP is a requirement of the LWCF program which is managed by the National Park Service (NPS). NPS distributes stateside grants that are appropriated annually by the United States Congress.

The primary goal of the 2019-2023 SCORP is to identify outdoor recreation trends, needs, and issues for New Hampshire, as well as to provide a strategic plan to help address these concerns and expectations. In addition, the SCORP must evaluate the demand for and supply of outdoor recreation resources and facilities statewide. The SCORP is not only an assessment of recreation and tourism trends in New Hampshire, it is the primary tool for determining priorities for allocating LWCF grants to local governments.

2019-2023 SCORP

2013 - 2018 NH SCORP (sections of complete plan) 

Statewide Trail Studies

Statewide Comprehensive Trail Study, 1997
Statewide Comprehensive Trail Study, 1974

Ten-Year Strategic Plan

In January 2010 Division's Ten-Year Strategic Development and Capital Improvement Plan
Appendix 1 - Senate Bill 5 Legislation & Report
Appendix 2 - Senate Bill 74
Appendix 3 - Audit Report & Response
Appendix 4 - RSA 216-A:3-c
Appendix 5 - July 2008 Public Outreach Sessions Summary
Appendix 6 - April 2009 Stakeholder Sessions
Appendix 7 - June 2009 Public Response Summary
Appendix 8 - December 2009 Public Information Sessions and Public Comment
Appendix 9 - RKM 2009 NH State Park Survey Results
Appendix 10 - NorthMark Group 2006 Survey Results
Appendix 11 - Regional Demographics (Applied Economic Research)
Appendix 12 - Park "Friends Groups" and Affiliates 
Appendix 13 - Division Fee Schedule and Discounts
Appendix 14 - AER Economic Impact Report
Appendix 15 - NH State Park History
Appendix 16 - FY09 Division Income and Expense Presentation
Appendix 17 - Statutes Governing State Parks
Appendix 18 - Summary of 2008 Site Reviews
Appendix 19 - Capital Improvement Database
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