Outdoor Recreation Plan
The Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) is a planning document that identifies outdoor recreation issues of statewide significance and evaluates the supply of and the demand for outdoor recreation resources and facilities in South Carolina. The SCORP provides unified guidance to state and municipal officials as they develop and expand outdoor recreation opportunities for their respective constituents.
In addition to its value as a planning document, the completion of a SCORP also satisifies a requirement of the federally administered Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), which then makes South Carolina eligible to receive its annual apportionment from the LWCF State Municipal Assistance Program. Apportionments from the LWCF can be used by the state and its municipalities to acquire new land for outdoor recreation and conservation, and to construct new outdoor recreational facilities.
You may download and print a copy of South Carolina's 2014 State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) Priorities here.
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2008 OUTDOOR RECREATION PLAN
The 2008 South Carolina State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) is available for your use or download. It is the State’s official outdoor recreation plan and serves as a guide to various federal, state and local governmental agencies and the private sector entities involved in recreation and natural resources planning and development. The plan provides an opportunity for a variety of agencies and organizations to communicate upcoming projects, leverage limited resources, and coordinate activities. It also provides guidance for distribution of several federal and state grant programs. For a complete copy of the 2008 SCORP, download Front Cover, File 1, File 2, File 3, and Back Cover.
File 1 (28 pages):
- Title Page and Acknowledgements
- Governor's Letter
- Table of Contents
- List of Figures, Charts and Tables
- Executive Summary
File 2 (114 pages):
II. State Profile
III. 2002 SCORP Accomplishments
IV. State Outdoor Recreation Goals
V. SCORP Planning Process
VI. SCORP Public Participation Process
VII. State Outdoor Recreation Assessment
VIII. SCORP Implementation Program
File 3 (56 pages):
IX. Selected References
For reference, you can also see: