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Sacramento - San Joaquin Delta Boating Needs Assessment 2000-2020

CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND INTRODUCTION
 
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Executive Summary
CHAPTER 2: THE DELTA SETTING
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Delta Setting Overview
2.3 Recreation Background
2.4 Recreation Zones
2.5 Summary
CHAPTER 3: USER OUTREACH – DELTA WORKSHOP SUMMARIES
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Methodology
3.3 User Preference Overview
3.4 Specific Recreational Group Preferences
3.5 Facility Needs
3.6 Identified Impediments and Concerns
3.7 Recreation Vision Concepts and “Dream” Ideas
3.8 Conceptual Sketches for Boating-Related Improvements
3.8 Conceptual Sketches for Boating-Related Improvements
3.9 Summary
CHAPTER 4: STATEWIDE SURVEY SUMMARIES AND USER ASSESSMENTS
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Summary of Findings
4.3 Owner Profile
4.4 Boating Characteristics
4.5 Facility Needs
4.6 Owner Perceptions
4.7 Observations and Conclusions
CHAPTER 5: FACILITY REPLACEMENT, UPGRADE, AND REPAIR NEEDS – YEAR 2001 TO 2020
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Summary of Findings
5.3 Methodology
5.4 Inventory of Existing Facilities
5.5 Overview of Survey Responses
5.6 Capital Improvement Magnitude of Cost Estimates
CHAPTER 6: BOATING FACILITIES DEMAND FORECAST
6.1 Introduction, Methodology and Findings
6.2 Background Studies
6.3 Delta Boating Visitation
6.4 Benchmark Comparison of Annual Visitor Days Forecast
6.5 Trends Analysis
6.6 Delta Boating-Use Projections
6.7 Delta Demand Analysis
6.8 Summary of Additional Facilities and Cost Estimates 2000—2020
CHAPTER 7: CALFED BAY-DELTA PROGRAM
7.1 Introduction
7.2 CALFED Background
7.3 CALFED Bay-Delta Preferred Alternative – Record of Decision
7.4 CALFED Actions and Recreation
7.5 CALFED Summary
CHAPTER 8: STUDY CONCLUSION
8.1 Introduction
8.2 The Delta Setting – Findings and Issues
8.3 User Outreach – Delta Workshop Summaries
8.4 State Survey Related Findings: Trends, Issues, and Opportunities
8.5 Facility Evaluation Findings: Trends, Issues, and Opportunities
8.6 Boating Facilities Demand Findings: Trends, Issues, and Opportunities
8.7 CALFED Summary
8.8 Synthesis of Findings
TABLES
1-1 Inventory of Existing Facilities
1-2 2001- 2020 Estimated Facility Deficit
2-1 Summary of Facilities and Resources by Recreation Zone
4-1 Boater Profile by Boat Size
4-2 Boater Origin by Boat Size
4-3 Top 13 Reasons for Boating/Not Boating on the Delta
4-4 Boating Patterns by Boat Size
4-5 Distribution of Repair, Upgrade, Replace, and Addition (RURA) by Delta Zone
4-6 Factors Impacting Decision Not to Boat in the Delta by Owners of Large Boats
4-7 Factors Impacting Decision Not to Boat in the Delta by Owners of Small Boats
5-1 Delta Baseline Inventory of Facilities
5-2 Distribution of Delta Facilities
5-3 Delta Boating Facilities Year 2001 Inventory Summary
5-4 Facility Baseline Inventory by Delta Zone (95 Marinas)
5-5 Delta Boating Facility Replacement Schedule
5-6 Square Footage Replacement, Upgrade, and Repair Needs by Time Horizon
5-7 Square Footage Replacement, Upgrade, and Repair Needs by Delta Zone
5-8 Delta Boating Hypothetical Facilities Replacement, Upgrade, and Repair Scenarios 2001 Through 2020
5-9 Facility Replacement, Upgrade, Repair Needs By Years 2001, 2005, 2010, 2015, 2020
5-10 Facility Replacement, Upgrade, Repair Needs By Delta Zones for Period 2001 Through 2020
5-11 Scenario 1 Cost by Horizon Year
5-12 Cost by Delta Zone
5-13 Facility Replacement, Upgrade, Repair Needs Summary By Years 2001 Through 2020
6-1 Boat Registration and Ownership Growth
6-2 Facility Deficiencies
6-3 Benchmark Comparison – Delta Annual Boating Days, Year 2000 
6-4 Historical Demographic Trends – State of California
6-5 California and Primary Market Area (PMA) Boating Population
6-6 Historical Demographic Trends – Primary Market Area
6-7 Primary Market Area by County
6-8 Annual Growth in Boating-Related Visitor Days by Time Horizon
6-9 California Department of Parks and Recreation Survey Summary – 1992 to 2000
6-10 California Boat Registration Trends
6-11 Delta Boating Related Visitation Forecasts Database
6-12 Delta Facility Estimated Demand Based on Peak-Day
6-13 Boating Facility Estimated Cost Detail – 2000 Through 2020 by Year 
6-14 Summary of Additional Facilities
6-15 Estimated Visitation to Delta by Region 2000-2020
6-16 Visitation Distribution by Zone
6-17 Boating Facility Estimated Cost Detail – Years 2000 through 2020 by Zone
6-18 Summary of Cost by Delta Zone
6-19 Year 2001 Baseline Estimated Cost Breakdown by Zone
6-20 Boating Facility Estimated Cost Detail Year 2005 by Zone
6-21 Boating Facility Estimated Cost Detail Year 2010 by Zone
6-22 Boating Facility Estimated Cost Detail Year 2015 by Zone
6-23 Boating Facility Estimated Cost Detail Year 2020 by Zone
7-1 CALFED Actions and Potential Recreation Impacts and Benefits
8-1 Estimated Facility Deficiencies
8-2 CALFED Bay-Delta Preferred Alternative Projects
8-2 CALFED Bay-Delta Preferred Alternative Projects
8-3 Marina Replacement, Upgrade, and Repair by Year
8-4 Marina Replacement, Upgrade, and Repair by Delta Zone
8-5 Delta Estimated Cost Demand for New Facilities 2001—2020 by Delta Zone
8-6 2001 through 2020 Estimated Cost for Delta Capital Needs
FIGURES
2-1 Regional Map
2-2 Delta Zone Map
2-3 North Delta Recreation Area
2-4 Northwest Delta Recreation Area
2-5 Central Delta Recreation Area
2-6 West Delta Recreation Area
2-7 East Delta Recreation Area
2-8 South Delta Recreation Area
3-1 Gateway and Transit Node Concept
3-2 Community Dock Concept
3-3 Campground and Day-Use Concept
3-4 Beach/Day-Use Concept
3-5 Day-Use at Barrier Site Concept
3-6 Boat-In Campground and Day-Use Concept
3-7 Boat-In Beach Concept
3-8 Non-Motorized Boating Campground Concept
3-9 River Access Concept
3-10 Hand Powered Boat Access Concept
3-11 Fishing Access Concept
3-12 Buoy Field Concept
3-13 Floating Restrooms
4-1 One-Way Distance Traveled to Delta by Small-Boat Owners
4-2 Boat Use by Season
4-3 Large Boat Use Patterns
4-4 Information Sources by Boat Size
4-5 Activities by Boat Size
4-6 Repair, Upgrade, Replace, and Additions (RURA) for all Sites by Percent of Respondents
4-7 Most Referenced Need for Repair, Upgrade, Replace, and Addition (RURA) Delta Wide
4-8 Geographic Distribution of Need Responses by Delta Zone
4-9 Distribution of Repair, Replace, Expand, and Add Responses by Delta Zone
4-10 Factors Affecting Decision Not to Boat in the Delta
4-11 Attributes Considered Important by Boat Size
4-12 Delta Boating Conditions vs Performance Rating by Large-Boat Owners
4-13 Delta Boating Conditions vs Performance Rating by Small-Boat Owners
4-14 Facilities and Services vs Performance Rating by Large-Boat Owners
4-15 Facilities and Services vs Performance Rating by Small-Boat Owners
4-16 Most Important Water Quality Factors by Large-Boat Owners
4-17 Most Important Improvements by Large-Boat Owners
4-18 Most Important Improvements by Small-Boat Owners
6-1 Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Primary Market Area By County
6-2 Composite of all Models
6-3 Population Variables Model
6-4 Boat Registration Growth versus Population Growth Model
6-5 Enhanced Delta Resources Based Model
6-6 Combined Variables Model
6-7 Econometric Model
7-1 CALFED Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta Preferred Alternative Plan
7-2 Potential Boating Impacts
APPENDICES
Bibliography
4-1

Sample of Boater Statewide Survey Instruments
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4-2 Delta Boating Site Preferences
4-3 Annotated Comments from Boat Owner Surveys
5-1 Facility Survey Sample
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B.
5-2

Summary Data Report, Delta Marina Facility Check List - Version 2
Summary Report Part 1
Summary Report Part 2

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5-3

Replacement, Upgrade, and Repair Cost Approaches
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6-1 Estimating Potential Demand for Freshwater Recreation Activities in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta – Econometric Model