Tourism and recreation
Tourism, in the context of land-based sector, is considered in terms of business development, access to the countryside, field sports and outdoor & adventure recreation.Rural businesses typically service the demand for accommodation and participation in a range of leisure activities.
- usage surveys
- riparian topics and associated economic gains
- an increasingly important factor in the economic activity of rural areas drawing visitors involved in walking, climbing, cycling, horse riding, canoeing, sailing and air sports
- visitor attractions
- destination management
A number of universities and colleges specialise in tourism and leisure management with relevance to the rural sector. Sheffield Hallam University is host to the Countryside Recreation Network
OpenFields brings together authoritative tourism and recreational information from universities, colleges and the industry.
A sample of Items held in the Tourism and recreation category
- 1739: Economic benefits of greenspace
- 2018: RDPE: outline of new programme
- Recreational use of forests and disturbance of wildlife – a literature review.
- Could protected landscapes have a leading role to play in the sustainable management of natural resources?
- Raising the profile of soil within geo-conservation: South Stack - a case study from the Anglesey Geopark
- Farm diversification: are you liable for non-domestic rates?
- 1497: Economic evidence for investing in the environment
- A Gorgeous Day Out; The Iron Trail
- 1059: A future for England’s upland communities
- 1073: State of the countryside
Subcategories within Tourism and recreation
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