NatureScot Commissioned Report 604: The Scottish Recreation Survey - annual summary report 2012
In 2012, 79% of adults living in Scotland visited the outdoors for leisure and recreation at least once, taking an estimated 297 million visits and spending around £2.6 billion. The Scottish Recreation Survey is a continuous monitoring study, launched in 2003, which measures participation in outdoor recreation among adults in Scotland. The survey provides information on the types of outdoor visits people take, identifies social and economic links with recreational use of the outdoors and measures awareness and understanding of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
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