passive recreation

Related to passive recreation: active recreation

passive recreation

n.
Outdoor recreational activities, such as nature observation, hiking, and canoeing or kayaking, that require a minimum of facilities or development and that have minimal environmental impact on the recreational site.
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it is planned to improve the socialization of the city park, to renovate and expand the recreation and sports areas, to complete development in order to create conditions for active and passive recreation of people of all ages.
Except for Luneta (Rizal Park), which came about through a series of reclamation projects (starting from Taft Avenue), Metro Manila lacks parks and public open spaces for passive recreation and the green urban vegetation that provides a respite for urbanites harassed by traffic-choked commuting and air pollution.
In the spring of 2017, the Department of Buildings (DOB) began denying applications for passive recreation uses on roof tops and terraces of commercial buildings.
Grazing will continue, along with scientific research, education and, in the future, passive recreation via an expansion of the existing California Coastal Trail.
The district plans to develop the area for passive recreation, such as hiking and bird watching, and active recreation, such as mountain biking and trail running.
He said the parcel is important to the overall area, not only because of the open space and natural areas that will be preserved, but also because it will serve as the primary community access point to the collective Crow Hill properties for passive recreation.
interactions with others at the group home or day habilitation), Passive Recreation (e.
Amenities at La Moraga include a resort style pool and spa, fitness centre with yoga room, icafe, media and billiards room, outdoor grill area, neighborhood park frontage with active and passive recreation areas.
The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and planners from the Northborough, Southborough, and Westborough communities jointly requested DLTA funding in May as a way to promote open space and expand passive recreation in the area.
The law that created Zuccotti Park required that it be open for the public to enjoy for passive recreation 24 hours a day," Bloomberg said.
Now, it not only provides a place for passive recreation .
It is evident from Figure 4 that, overall, males participated more than females in passive recreation.
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