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Tourism case study - UK national parks - Lake dist


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12 million
This is the average amount of tourists per year
11,575
Have been created in the National Park area
Almost £1 billion
Is spent on tourism in the Lake District per year
Over 10 million
people use the paths in the Lake District annually
£2.2 million
is spent on renovating the paths
Attractions
Beatrice Potter's house, William Wandsworth's house, water sports, wildlife, steam train, walks/hiking, views
Impacts of tourists
Lots of traffic, honey pot sites, pressure on properties ( high house prices), environmental damage (litter) and farm disturbance
Management
Road planning and more public transport, footpath reinforcement, building more homes, time shares on holiday homes, power boat speed limits and gates and signs for fields