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Park and Recreation Areas
No. 330. PARK AND RECREATION AREAS-STATE, AND MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY, BY STATES: 1970
X Not applicable.
1 Covers 73 agencies in the 50 States, including all major ones that administer parks, recreation areas, historic sites, parkways, and related types of areas.
* 1,119 agencies. Includes data which could not be allocated to individual States.
Source: National Recreation and Park Association, Arlington, Va., State Park Statistics, 1970 and Parks & Recreation, August 1971 (copyright).
494-560 - 73-15
No. 331. MUNICIPAL PARKS-AREAS, EXPENDITURES, AND EMPLOYEES, SELECTED CITIES: 1960 AND 1970
Source: National Recreation and Park Association, Washington, D.C., unpublished data.
SPORT FISHERMEN AND HUNTERS: 1960, 1965, AND 1970
[In thousands. 1960, persons 12 years old and over who fished and hunted; 1965, persons 12 years old and over who spent $5 or more and reported 3 or more fishing and hunting recreation days during the year; 1970, persons 12 years old and over who spent $7.50 or more and reported 3 or more fishing and hunting recreation days during the year. Based on samples of approximately 18,000 households. For composition of divisions, see fig. I, p. xii]
Source: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Survey of Fishing and Hunting, 1960, 1965, and 1970.
Fishing and Hunting Licenses
No. 333. FISHING AND HUNTING LICENSES-NUMBER AND COST: 1950 TO 1971 [For years ending June 30. Prior to 1960, fishing and hunting licenses exclude Alaska and Hawaii. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 523-524]
1 Prior to 1960, paid license holders; for definition, see footnote 1, table 334. Source: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Federal Aid in Fish and Wildlife Restoration, annual, and unpublished data.
No. 334. FISHING AND HUNTING LICENSES-NUMBER AND COST, BY STATES: 1971 [For year ending June 30. Excludes Migratory Waterfowl Stamps (Duck Stamps)]
Resident and nonresident. U.S. total includes multiple counting of license holders who bought 1 or more nonresident licenses as well as a license for their own home State.
Total cost to fishermen or hunters for all licenses, permits, tags, stamps, etc.
Source: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Federal Aid in Fish and Wildlife Restoration, annual.
PERSONAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURES FOR RECREATION: 1950 TO 1971 [In millions of dollars. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Represents market value of purchases of goods and services by individuals and nonprofit institutions. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 500-515]
1 Gross receipts less cash benefits of fraternal, patriotic, and women's organizations except insurance; and dues and fees of athletic, social, and luncheon clubs, and school fraternities.
Billiard parlors; bowling alleys; dancing, riding, shooting, skating, and swimming places; amusement devices and parks; daily fee golf greens fees; golf instruction, club rental, and caddy fees; sightseeing buses and guides; and private flying operations.
Photo developing and printing, photographic studios, collectors' net acquisitions of stamps and coins, hunting dog purchase and training, sports guide service, veterinary service, purchase of pets, camp fees, nonvending coin machine receipts minus payoff, and other commercial amusements.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, The National Income and Product Accounts of the United States, 1929-1965, and Survey of Current Business, July issues.
No. 336. PARTICIPATION IN SELECTED OUTDOOR RECREATION ACTIVITIES: 1972 [Persons 12 years old and over. Based on a home interview survey of approximately 4,000 persons drawn from the non-institutionalized population of the conterminous United States. Data covers participation during June, July, and August 1972, except figures for hunting, snow skiing, snowmobiling, and other winter sports which reflect participation during the period from September 1971 through May 1972]