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The effects of the individual, spatial accessibility and activity on recreational travel demand


General Technical Report Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-145): 87-91
The effects of the individual, spatial accessibility and activity on recreational travel demand
In order to manage park resources, planners and managers need to assess the demand for recreation. Traditionally, recreation participation has been thought to be a function of various factors, including socio-economic characteristics, site attractiveness and availability, and on-site experiences. The research reported in this paper seeks to investigate these influences on travel demand. Firstly, a background literature review is presented.


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