The Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research
Leisure Studies | Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration | Tourism and Travel
With nonresident visitors to Montana traveling throughout the state, an important area of research is an examination of where these visitors spend their nights and, subsequently, where they travel in between communities. The purpose of this report is to provide an examination of different travel routes visitors took between communities in Montana and the characteristics of the visitors associated with these routes.
travel corridors, nonresident visitors, entry point, driving route, overnight visitor, travel routes, travel patterns
© 2013 ITRR
Oschell, Christine, "Montana Travel Corridors:The Driving Routes of Nonresident Visitors based on Overnight Location and State Entry Point" (2013). Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications. 94.