HM110Notes4Lei-Ent

HM110Notes4Lei-Ent - Leisure & Entertainment Travel...

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Leisure & Entertainment Travel Week 5 – Chapter 10-11 from the textbook
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Recreation, Leisure, and Wellness The word recreation is defined as the use of time for therapeutic refreshment of one’s body or mind Recreation allows people to have fun together and form lasting relationships built on the experiences they have enjoyed together This recreational process is called bonding Leisure is best described as time free from work, or discretionary time
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Commercial Recreation Recreation management came of age in the 1920s and 1930s, when recreation and social programs were offered as a community service Commercial recreation —often called eco- or adventure tourism— provides residents and visitors with access to an area’s spectacular wilderness through a variety of guided outdoor activities
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Noncommercial Recreation Noncommercial recreation includes: Voluntary organizations, which are nongovernmental, nonprofit agencies, serving the public-at-large or selected elements with multiservice programs that often include a substantial element of recreational opportunity (i.e., the YMCA)
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