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A national survey of recreational visits to woodlands and nature reserves

A national survey of recreational visits to woodlands and nature reserves

Bezoek aan bos en natuurgebieden: een landelijk recreatieonderzoek: 145

This survey report indicates that the most popular recreational use of Dutch woodlands and nature reserves is walking. Apart from the possibilities of getting away from it all, relatively few visitors use the specifically recreational facilities.

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