Table of Effects by Alternative

Attributes

Alternative 1:

No Action

Current Situation

Alternative 2:

Modified

Proposed Action

Moderate level of facility improvement while maintaining rural character.

Alternative 3:

Emphasis on Increased Recreation Development

Increased facility development to meet recreation use demand.

Alternative 4:

Emphasis on Maximum Shoreline Protection

Maximum protection to shoreline and reduction in recreation use.

Boat Capacity

(Boats At One Time)

Full water level - 4900 foot

Mid water level - 4880 foot

Low water level - 4850 foot

 

 

430 total (30 Yacht Club)

375 total (25 Yacht Club)

215 total (15 Yacht Club)

 

 

375 total (25 Yacht Club)

320 total (20 Yacht Club)

160 total (10 Yacht Club)

 

 

430 total (30 Yacht Club)

375 total (25 Yacht Club)

215 total (15 Yacht Club)

 

 

350 total (25 Yacht Club)

265 total (15 Yacht Club)

105 total (5 Yacht Club)

Facility Capacity

TOTAL PAOTs

Overnight Use total

Anderson Cove CG

Jefferson Hunt CG

Anderson Cove Expansion

Group Use total

Anderson Cove CG

Anderson Cove Expansion

Parking Areas/trailheads total

Pineview Trailhead

North Arm Trailhead

Quist and BOR Sites

Overlook and Fishing Access

Windy Point

Day Use total

Anderson Cove CG

Anderson Cove Expansion

Bluff / Middle Inlet Beaches

Port Ramp Marina

Bluffs Marina

 

3535 Paots

785 Paots

640

145

0

200 Paots

200

0

300 Paots

105

105

90

0

0

2250 Paots

0

0

1150

800

300

 

4460 Paots

825 Paots

680 1/

145

0

500 Paots

200

300 2/

435 Paots

135 3/

105

90

105 4/

0

2700 Paots

150 5/

300 6/

1150

800

300

 

4900 Paots

985 Paots

640

145

200

500 Paots

200

300

600 Paots

105

105

90

195

105

2815 Paots

90

450

1150

800

325

 

3535 Paots

785 Paots

640

145

0

200 Paots

200

0

300 Paots

105

105

90

0

0

2250 Paots

0

0

1150

800

300

 
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Attributes

Alternative 1:

No Action

Current Situation

Alternative 2:

Modified

Proposed Action

Moderate level of facility improvement while maintaining rural character.

Alternative 3:

Emphasis on Increased Recreation Development

Increased facility development to meet recreation use demand.

Alternative 4:

Emphasis on Maximum Shoreline Protection

Maximum protection to shoreline and reduction in recreation use.

Trail Development

# miles High Standard

# miles Moderate Standard

# miles Low standard

 

0

0

0

 

2.32

2.15

7.97

 

10.15

0

0

 

0

0

5.39

Reservoir Zoning

# acres of motorized

# acres wakeless

# acres closed to boats

 

2405 acres

305 acres

151 acres

 

2354 acres

346 acres

161 acres

 

2385 acres

333 acres

143 acres

 

2180 acres

520 acres

161 acres

Facility Accessibility

# sites accessible

# sites partially accessible

# sites not accessible

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# accessible beaches

# accessible fishing areas

 

0

8

4

----------------

0

0

 

4

6

5

----------------

3

0

 

4

13

0

----------------

5

6

 

3

5

3

----------------

3

0

Shoreline Zoning

# miles Undeveloped Natural Areas

# miles Transition Points/Corridors

# miles Development/High Use Areas

 

0

0

0

 

15.58

5.77

6.98

 

15.28

5.87

7.18

 

17.30

4.75

6.28

Marina Facilities

# of Boat Ramps

Location of boat ramps

# of waste pump out units.

 

2

Port and Bluff ramps

1; Port ramp

 

3

Port, Bluff, Anderson ramps

1; Port ramp

 

3

Port, Bluff, Anderson ramps

1; Port ramp

 

2

Port and Bluff ramps

1; Port ramp

Shoreline Restrictions

Dispersed Shoreline Camping

Boat Camping while anchored

Campfires

Glass & Bottles

 

prohibitted

no restrictions

prohibitted

prohibitted

 

prohibitted except Anderson

no restrictions

prohibitted

prohibitted

 

allowed at existing facilities

no restrictions

prohibitted

prohibitted

 

prohibitted

no restrictions

prohibitted

prohibitted

Table of Effects by Alternative Page 3

Attributes

Alternative 1:

No Action

Current Situation

Alternative 2:

Modified

Proposed Action

Moderate level of facility improvement while maintaining rural character.

Alternative 3:

Emphasis on Increased Recreation Development

Increased facility development to meet recreation use demand.

Alternative 4:

Emphasis on Maximum Shoreline Protection

Maximum protection to shoreline and reduction in recreation use.

Noxious Weeds

# acres treated/year

 

< 40 acres

 

80 acres

 

120 acres

 

40 acres

Prescribed Burning

# acres treated/year

 

< 40 acres

 

80 acres

 

120 acres

 

40 acres

Facility Improvements

# Boat Ramps, # of vehicles

# Developed trailheads, # of vehicles

# Paved overlooks, # of vehicles

# Gravel parking areas, # of vehicles

# Campgrounds, # of vehicles

# Day Use Areas, # of vehicles

 

2, 365

2, 70

0, 0

2, 30

2, 155

2, 385

 

3, 315

3, 80

0, 0

5, 65

2, 255

3, 485

 

3, 315

3, 90

1, 10

7, 125

3, 295

3, 485

 

2, 365

2, 70

0, 0

2, 30

2, 155

2, 385

Information Signing

# sites w/ regulatory, information &

interpretive signing

 

9

 

21

 

22

 

9

Travel Plan Restrictions

ATV

Over snow machines

Motorized-Use

 

closed to ATV year-round

open except where plowed.

Restricted to existing roads.

 

closed to ATV year-round

open except where plowed.

Restricted to existing roads.

 

closed to ATV year-round

open except where plowed.

Restricted to existing roads.

 

closed to ATV year-round

closed to over snow machines

Restricted to existing roads.

Comments

1/ Forty Paots added by converting a portion of the overflow parking area into either four double units or eight single camp sites.

2/ Three 100 Paot group picnic/camp sites built in the expansion area.

3/ Ten additional parking spaced

4/ Existing roadside parking at: end of 5900 East (Browning Point), Brogonje access, and Spring Creek fishing access converted to managed parking areas.

5/ Fifty truck/trailer parking for boat launch in existing overflow parking area.

6/ One hundred car parking for beach or picnic use.

Boating Zone on the surface of Pineview

Pineview Boat Zones

Acres by type, Alternative, and area

 

Alternative 1

Alternative 2

Alternative 3

Alternative 4

Non-Motorized/Closed

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North Arm

131

131

131

131

Middle Inlet

8

8

0

8

Neck

4

4

4

4

Geertsen Bay  

10

 

10

Wakeless

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Port Ramp

12

12

12

12

Yacht Club

14

14

14

14

Neck

161

161

161

161

Cemetery Point

69

69

69

69

Spring Cove

46

46

46

46

Anderson Cove CG

3

9

9

9

Spring Creek

0

14

0

206

Middle Inlet

0

11

19

0

Quist Beach

0

7

0

0

Totals

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Total Non Motorized/Closed

151

161

143

161

Total Wakeless

305

346

333

520

Total Motorized

2405

2354

2385

2180

Total Unusable

13

13

13

13

New Trail Construction around Pineview

Trail Sections (Miles)(Alternative 2 - Proposed Action)
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Low Standard

Medium Standard

High Standard

Existing Road

Pineview TH to North Arm TH

1.12

0.65

0.70

0.20

North Arm TH to Browning Point

0.80

-

-

1.77

Browning Point to Geertsen

3.96

-

-

-

Bluff to Anderson Cove

-

1.50

1.62

-

Anderson Cove to Dam

2.06

-

-

1.0

Totals

7.94

2.15

2.32

2.97

Trail Sections (Miles)(Alternative 3 - Increased Recretion Development)
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Low Standard

Medium Standard

High Standard

Existing Road

Pineview TH to North Arm TH

-

-

2.47

0.20

North Arm TH to Browning Point

-

-

0.80

1.77

Browning Point to Geertsen

-

-

3.96

-

Bluff to Anderson Cove

-

-

2.92

0.2

Totals

-0-

-0-

10.15

2.12

Trail Sections (Miles)(Alternative 4 - Maximum Shoreline Protection)
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Low Standard

Medium Standard

High Standard

Existing Road

Pineview TH to North Arm TH

2.47

-

-

0.20

Bluff to Anderson Cove

2.92

-

-

0.20

Totals

5.39

-0-

-0-

0.40

Shoreline Designation for 28.33 miles of Pineview Reservoir

Shoreline Designation - level of development (Miles)(Alternative 2 - Proposed Action)
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Undeveloped

Transition

Developed

Cemetery Point - Spring Creek to PV Overlook

0.90

2.77

5.38

Geertsen Bay - Spring Creek to Browning

7.68

1.35

1.00

North Arm - Browning to PV Overlook

7.00

1.65

0.60

Totals

15.58

5.77

6.98

Shoreline Designation - level of development (Miles)(Alternative 3 - Increased Recretion Development)
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Undeveloped

Transition

Developed

Cemetery Point - Spring Creek to PV Overlook

0.90

2.77

5.38

Geertsen Bay - Spring Creek to Browning

7.68

1.35

1.00

North Arm - Browning to PV Overlook

6.70

1.75

0.80

Totals

15.28

5.87

7.18

Shoreline Designation - level of development (Miles)(Alternative 4 - Maximum Shoreline Protection)
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Undeveloped

Transition

Developed

Cemetery Point - Spring Creek to PV Overlook

2.12

2.17

4.78

Geertsen Bay - Spring Creek to Browning

7.74

1.35

1.00

North Arm - Browning to PV Overlook

7.44

1.23

0.50

Totals

17.30

4.75

6.28