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A comparison of attitudes toward public camping in state and federal outdoor recreation areas

King, John M.

A comparison of attitudes toward public camping in state and federal outdoor recreation areas

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Camp sites, facilities, etc. -- Public opinion,
  • Recreation areas

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Morgan King, Jr.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 389 leaves.
    Number of Pages389
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13596065M
    OCLC/WorldCa639138

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Objective information is generally lacking about women and their satisfactions and. and broader racially related attitudes and experiences. Study findings provide preliminary insight into the issue of racial discrimination in parks and outdoor recreation and provide a base for refining the study questionnaire in preparation for its administration to visitors at selected parks and outdoor recreation areas.

IntroductionCited by: Albertans’ Values and Attitudes toward Praxis 'roup™ (Praxis) to undertake a survey of Albertans to better understand the public’s behaviour, attitudes and opinions related to outdoor recreation and use of public lands.

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included a telephone survey, an adult mail survey, youth focus groups, and a youth mail survey in order to provide a comprehensive view of the outdoor recreation patterns and preferences of Californians. The measurement of various items on the surveys was. Source — Report on Recreation Standards, ; Detroit Metropolitan Area Regional Planning Commission.

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adults. To address this gap, we assessed the national and state-specific Cited by: 2. Like a national park, state parks preserve outdoor spaces and offer recreational areas as well as camping and public beach access. They can also encompass other designated areas like nature : Ali Berman. capacity to tap into beauty, committed to seeking it out and adopting the right state of mind see value in preserving local areas for future generations.

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Public Lands This Land Is Your Land At Least For Now. If you enjoy using free public lands for recreation camping, hiking, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, or wildlife-viewing, you need to know that there are proposals to start charging fees for access to public lands in more areas.

Alaska. In addition, five other focus areas were identified for this study: 1) public attitudes toward critical wildlife and natural habitat issues (e.g., endangered species, predator control, hunting, trapping *Supported by grant # from the United States Fish and Wildlife Ser­ vice, Department of the by: ATTITUDES OF PARK VISITORS TOWARD WILDLIFE AND BLACK BEAR MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF BIG SOUTH FORK NATIONAL RIVER AND RECREATION AREA Hungling (Stella) Liu, Oklahoma State University Michael J.

Bradley, Eastern Kentucky University Ryan L. Sharp, Kansas State University Introduction. recreation and specifies that unconfined and undeveloped recreational opportunities are to be provided in wilderness areas as a legitimate type of use. Results from recent recreation trends studies show that wilderness visitation has experienced impressive growth during the past three decades (Cole ).

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adults. To. News about Parks and Other Recreation Areas, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. Urban Parks, Green Space and Wellbeing. A substantial body of research articulates the multiple contributions of urban green space, a category of land cover that includes public parks and other (public or private) vegetated areas, to human health and wellbeing [4, 36–42].These green spaces provide ecosystem services that support human welfare in Cited by:   A lack of quality facilities near one’s home (20 percent) is the second biggest barrier, followed by a concern about personal safety at the park or recreation facility (17 percent), a lack of awareness of the park location or offerings (16 percent), parks/recreation offerings not matching areas of interest (14 percent) and excessive costs.

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outdoor recreation information may not be available in alternate formats. Barriers do not need to be disability specific to disproportionately burden individuals with disabilities.

Having a disability should not prevent an individual from being healthy, engaging in exercise and physical activity, or enjoying parks and outdoor recreation Size: KB.

Concern over the increased use of parks and outdoor recreation areas is a perennial issue. Visitors can trample fragile vegetation, erode soil, pollute water, and frighten wildlife.

Moreover, too many visitors can cause crowding, conflict, and other social impacts, thereby degrading the quality of the recreation experience.

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If you are going on a long hike or backcountry camping, you may need to haul water or plan to treat water. Wear sunscreen so a sunburn doesn't ruin your weekend. Hats, long sleeve shirts, and sunglasses will provide extra protection especially if you are in areas with limited shade. In a public health perspective it is important to apply a broad definition of recreational landscapes in order to include all areas that are important for everyday outdoor recreation, also areas that are important to user groups that are less mobile than the general public, for Cited by: Initially published inStudies in Outdoor Recreation was the first book to integrate the social science literature on outdoor recreation.

Studies from this broad, interdisciplinary field were reviewed & synthesized into a body of knowledge that emphasized the practical management implications of the research base. The book has become a standard text in courses in park &. State Parks Publications. Below are publications to help you explore Texas State Parks, including maps, brochures and activity guides.

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(C) Buildings and grounds (other than those of the Indiana state museum) not located at recreational, natural, or historic sites. public recreation. free or paid recreation that takes place on state and federal lands and in city, state, or national parks. therapeutic recreation.

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many outdoor recreation resources, yet little documentation of the outdoor recreation participation patterns of people with disabilities exists. If outdoor recreation services are going to be inclusive of all people, then a greater understanding of the participation patterns and barriers faced by people with mobility disabilities is by: 9.

tected areas. Campfires are an especially challenging is-sue for public land managers because fires remain an important aspect of many visitors’ camping experience, despite recent findings that show an increasing prefer-ence for cookstoves for cooking purposes (Christensen and Cole ).

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How and When to Use Hiking Poles. How to Decode Campground Symbols. How to Fly Fish: Getting Started. A Short History of Camping.A Survey of Tennessee State Park Rangers: Their Attitudes Toward and Participation in Wildlife Related Activities A Research Paper Presented for the Master of Science in Agriculture and Natural Resources Degree The University of Tennessee, Martin Melissa F.

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