CRWP has worked with a wide range of partners to develop a variety of visitor services and attractions, including spawning salmon viewing platforms, trails, educational wayside signage, and multi-media projects that share the rich history, ecology and human stories of the region.
Getting out and seeing the watershed first hand is the best way to get to know this place. CRWP works with partners to provide accessible, enjoyable trails and recreation opportunities that allow users to enjoy this amazing place while reducing their impact on the natural ecosystem.
The CRWP has worked with partners to complete 3 series of wayside signs throughout Cordova and the Copper River watershed. To learn more about each project visit the link above!
From 1998 – 2002, Cordovans made a significant investment of time and money to plan for tourism growth. Parties active in this process included the Chamber of Commerce, the Copper River Watershed Project, the City, and many individuals, including residents, business and property owners. Most of this work was coordinated and carried out by a tourism committee formed jointly by the City, the Cordova Chamber of Commerce and the Copper River Watershed Project, and facilitated by Christopher Beck and Associates. A Cordova Tourism Plan was adopted by the Cordova City Council in October, 2002.