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developed recreation


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Any form of recreation requiring facilities that, in turn, result in concentrated use of the area. Examples include skiing (that requires ski lifts, car parks, buildings, and roads) and campgrounds (that require roads, picnic tables, and toilet facilities). Contrast dispersed recreation, informal outdoor recreation.

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