Outdoor Recreation Research

  1. Outdoor Recreation Participation Topline Report: 2014, Outdoor Foundation

    This report provides a deeper understanding of American participation in outdoor activities with a focus on youth, diversity and the future of the outdoors – nationally.

  2. Outdoor Recreation Economy Report: 2012, Outdoor Industry Association

    Outdoor recreation is a growing and diverse economic sector that is a vital cornerstone of successful communities. This report calculates the direct economic impact for an expanded set of outdoor recreation activities, nationally.

  3. Active Transportation Beyond Urban Centers Report: 2011, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

    There are more than 20,000 miles of rail-trails crossing the nation and connecting towns and country. Getting out on the…

  4. Fishing, Hunting, Wildlife Viewing and Shellfishing in Oregon: May 2009, Dean Runyan Associates

    This study describes hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, and shellfish harvest participation and related expenditures made throughout Oregon and the state’s travel regions and counties.