Request for Proposals for Summer Mountain Bike Trail User Count and Visitor Intercept Survey in Greater Minnesota
The Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission (GMRPTC) is soliciting proposals from interested, qualified companies to conduct a user count and visitor intercept survey of three (3) of the mountain bike trail systems in Greater Minnesota during the summer of 2022.
1. Lake County Mountain Bike System
2. Tioga Recreation Area - Cohasset
3. Winona Bluffs Traverse - Winona
Proposals are due no later than 6pm on Wednesday, March 11, 2022.
See the information below for more details.
GMRPTC Mountain Bike Survey RFP 2022
GMRPTC Trails Survey Instrument 2022
The Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission coordinated a survey of three mountain bike systems in Greater Minnesota during the summer of 2021. The Parks and Trails Council of Minnesota was hired to conduct a visitor intercept survey and trail user counts at the Cook County Mountain Bike Trails, Duluth Traverse, and Detroit Mountain Recreation Area.
In this report you will find detailed information about the user counts and the visitor profiles for each system. The report begins with a trail county summary that provides a starting point to understand the unique differences and the similarities of the average daily traffic.
If you have questions or comments, please contact Renee Mattson, Executive Director at email@example.com, or Joe Czapiewski, System Plan Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2021 Mountain Bike System Survey Cover Letter
2021 Trail Count Summary
Duluth Topline Report
Duluth Traverse Visitor Profile 2021
Cook County Topline Report
Cook County Visitor Profile 2021
Detroit Mountain Topline Report
Detroit Mountain Visitor Profile 2021
The Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission is pleased to announce a special Connecting People to the Outdoors Small Grant Fund.
The CPO grant fund of $212,053 is available to all designated Greater Minnesota facilities with the intent to encourage innovative ideas and nurture creative partnerships across facilities and with community partners.
We recognize the hardships the pandemic has caused, and this special grant fund is created to allow our partners to imagine programs and activities they may not have considered due to budget constraints. The impact of creative thinking and partnering can have big results!
Please see the attached application materials. For more information, contact System Plan Coordinator Joe Czapiewski at email@example.com, or Executive Director Renee Mattson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding Announcement and Guidelines
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