CIRCULATION AND ACCESS
1. The administrative plaza should remain the main visitor arrival
point. Visitor parking should remain concentrated in the plaza area.
Employees should continue to use the parking lot north of the
2. Altering the width or character of historic roads is strongly
discouraged. New roads should not be added to the site without careful
consideration of the potential visual and physical impact to the
3. The condition of remnant stone curbing throughout the plaza area
should be assessed to determine an appropriate strategy for
rehabilitation or replacement as noted under the maintenance and
Picnic table and stone fireplace at the Superintendent's Residence
4. Reestablishment of stone curbing surrounding the planted "island"
between the Mess Hall and Warehouse should be considered.
5. Bicycle parking should be provided in the plaza parking area and
in the parking lot north of the Administration Building.
1. Retain original circulation patterns.
2. The condition of all flagstone walkways, stone steps and the
Munson Creek bridge should be assessed and an appropriate maintenance
strategy for stabilization and preservation determined as noted under
the maintenance and management recommendations.
3. Random paths that cut across the ellipse in the plaza and in front
of the Ranger Dormitory, and Administration Building negatively impact
vegetation and should be discouraged. Plantings should be reestablished
as a way to discourage the development of random paths.