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INTERPRETIVE PLANS
Interpretive Plans
OPRD Staff Providing Interpretive Information to Public
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Interpretive Coordinator works with Managers and Rangers throughout the state in creating interpretive plans for all of the parks.
 
An interpretive plan is an assessment of the significant resources and major stories of each park, with guidelines for the best way to communicate those stories to the public.
 
The plans include goals and objectives for messages to be communicated for each park, themes that articulate the messages, and guidelines for media development such as panels, brochures, programs, or other methods of communication. The goal of interpretive services is to help visitors enjoy and understand the parks, and to encourage each visitor to become a steward of the parks in their own way. 
 

Bates State Park
Click here to see the plan.

 

State Parks of Wallowa County
Minam, Wallowa River Corridor, Iwetemlaykin, Wallowa Lake
 
Click here to see plan

Thompson's Mills State Heritage Site
Click here to see plan.
 

Fort Yamhill State Heritage Site
Click here to see the plan.
 

Tryon Creek State Natural Area
Click here to see the plan.
 

2007 Coos 1 Regional (Sunset Bay, Shore Acres and Cape Arago)
Click here to see the plan.
 
 

Clyde Holliday State Park
Click here to see the plan.
 
 

Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site
Click here to see the plan.
 
 

Nehalem Bay State Park Group
Click here to see the plan.
 
 

Silver Falls State Park
Click here to see the plan.
 
 

Sumpter Valley Dredge State Heritage Area
Click here to see the plan.  
 

Unity Lake State Recreation Area
Click here to see the plan.  
 

Whale Watching Center
Click here to see the plan.