SUMMARY OF ALTERNATIVES

Projects Alternative 1:

No Action

Alternative 2:

Modified Proposed Action

Alternative 3:

Emphasis on Increased Recreation Development

Alternative 4:

Emphasis on Maximum Shoreline Protection

Management of Pineview /////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////// ///////////////////////////////////////
Boat Capacity 430 to 215 boats at one time 375 to 160 boats at one time 430 to 215 boats at one time 350 to 105 boats at one time
Surface Zoning Existing zones from 1992 decision Expand wakeless in Middle Inlet; new wakeless at Quist, Anderson Cove, Spring Creek; two new no-motorized zone in Geertsen Bay; remove no- motorized in Anderson CG Expand wakeless in: Middle Inlet; new wakeless in Anderson Cove; remove no motorized boat zone in Middle Inlet cove Designate bay from tip of Middle Inlet to Huntsville as wakeless, new wakeless at Anderson Cove; no motorized zone at Middle Fork of the Ogden River
Shoreline Regulations No change Overnight use only on Anderson CG beach, increase enforcement Overnight use allowed in swim beaches, marinas, and campgrounds, increased enforcement Change Travel plan to close area to snowmobile use, no other changes to existing regulations
Anderson Cove Expansion No expansion Day-use only developement; Group areas, swim beach Combination of family camp sites with some hookups, group areas, swim beach, concessions. No expansion of Anderson Cove; restore and rehabilitate the expansion area to a natural condition
Undeveloped Natural Areas No special designations except wetlands Designate based on current situation. Designate more shoreline as development for human use Designate more shoreline as undeveloped natural areas
         
Projects Alternative 1:

No Action

Alternative 2:

Modified Proposed Action

Alternative 3:

Emphasis on Increased Recreation Development

Alternative 4:

Emphasis on Maximum Shoreline Protection

Facility Improvements /////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////// ///////////////////////////////////////
Anderson Cove Day-use Day use in loop E without improvements Convert day-use in loop E to a boat launch ramp with parking with some overnight camping. Improve loop E as a day-use beach, construct some additional overnight camping. Contunue loop E as day-use, build hardened trail along shoreline, discourage use outside of facility
Bluff Marina Parking No new improvements to parking or marina use Maintain existing facilities, build 3 day-use picnic tables near the beach. Pave gravel parking, upgrade all facilities, build new day-use group area No new improvements to facilities, emphasis on heavy maintenance
Bluff Marina Cove Leave as is with no developed uses Build a fully accessible fishing site next to marina, small excavation to improve fishing only. Excavate cove for use as wet storage for boats, install parking and dock system Leave as is, remove any material and prevent future use by the concessionaire
Parking around the reservoir No improvements to parking Build a high standard overlook with gravel parking, safety improvements and new bulletin boards at roadside parking areas, Build and pave overlook, gravel selected minor roadside parking areas, new bulletin boards Minor improvements to select roadside parking for safey only, new bulletin boards
Non-motorized Boat Access Launching at existing sites with no designed improvements Build access points at: Brogonje, 5900 East, Spring Creek, BOR; remove Geertsen toilet Build access points at: Brogonje, 5900 East, Quist, Geertsen Bay, Spring Creek, and BOR; build additional high standard fishing sites Maintain existing facilities and restrict roadside parking at Quist; phase out and eliminate use at 5900 East, Geertsen Bay, and Spring Creek
Port Ramp Marina No changes from existing situation. Widen and pave entry road; regravel overflow parking; improve accessibility. Widen entire entry road and pave, re-stripe, replace gate, and move entry station; regravel overflow Maintenace only at Port Ramp, modify patterns of use with re-striping and signs
Windy Point No new developments Expand existing parking at Pinevew Trailhead Build 35 car gravel parking, build road, new toilet No new developments, rehabilitate roadway to point
         
Projects Alternative 1:

No Action

Alternative 2:

Modified Proposed Action

Alternative 3:

Emphasis on Increased Recreation Development

Alternative 4:

Emphasis on Maximum Shoreline Protection

Trails /////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////// ///////////////////////////////////////
Pineview Trail User-created trails only High standard of trail at: Pineview TH to BOR, 7450 East to Anderson Cove; Low standard of trail at: Anderson to Dam, North Arm TH to Geertsen Bay High standard of trail at: Pineview TH to North Arm TH, Bluffs to Anderson Cove, and North Arm TH (or 5900 East) to Geertsen Bay Low standard of trail at: Pineview TH to North Arm TH and Bluffs to Anderson Cove
Vegetation Management /////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////// ///////////////////////////////////////
Wildlife Habitat Improvement Minor program of burning and maintenance of existing wildlife structures 80 acres per year, increase number of built structures for waterfowl and fish 120 acres per year, increase number of built structures only in North Arm, Geertsen Bay, and South Arm. 40 acres per year of vegetation management, mostly in North Arm or Geertsen
Noxious Weeds Spraying around developed sites only. Some burning of open fields. Fire, chemical and mechanical treatments as a part of the 80 acres per year wildlife habitat improvements, seeding, and insect techniques. Fire, chemical and mechanical treatments as a part of the 120 acres per year wildlife habitat improvements, seeding, and insect techniques Fire, chemical and mechanical treatments as a part of the 40 acres per year wildlife habitat improvements, seeding, and insect techniques