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Outdoor Participation Report 2017

2017 Outdoor Recreation Participation Key Findings.1 Outdoor Participation.2 Youth.16 Diversity.27 A Detailed Look. 34 Method . 40 Acknowledgements.42 The Outdoor Foundation 419 7th St. NW, Suite 401 Washington DC 20002 www.outdoorfoundation.org

Key Findings OUTDOOR PARTICIPATION 144.4 million Americans, or 48.8% of the US population, participated in an outdoor activity at least once in 2016. Outdoor participation grew from 48.4% of the US population in 2015 to 48.8% in 2016. This represents an addition of 2 million outdoor participants. While 10.6 million Americans returned to or started participating in one or more of the outdoor activities measured, 8.6 million stopped. That equates to a net gain of 2 million total participants and a churn rate of 6%. Participants went on a total of 11.0 billion outdoor outings in 2016, a decrease from 11.7 billion in 2015. 21% of outdoor enthusiasts participated in outdoor activities at least twice per week. Running, including jogging and trail running, was the most popular activity among Americans when measured by both number of participants and by number of total annual outings. 19% outdoor participants lived in the South Atlantic region of the US, making its population the most active in outdoor activities. Walking for fitness was, by far, the most popular crossover activity. 45% of all outdoor participants also walked. The biggest motivator for outdoor participation was getting exercise. www.outdoorfoundation.org YOUTH The participation rate among males ages 6 to 12 and ages 13 to 17 increased by one percentage point since last year to reach 65%. Participation among males ages 18 to 24 dropped by two percentage points to 54%. Participation among females experienced opposite results from 2015 to 2016. Participation rates dropped by one percentage point among females ages 6 to 12 and ages 13 to 17. Young adults, ages 18 to 24, added 3 percentage points to reach 56%. Data shows that adults who were introduced to the outdoors as children were more likely to participate in outdoor activities during adulthood than those who were not exposed to the outdoors as children. In fact, 37 percent of adults who were introduced to the outdoors during childhood grew up to enjoy outdoor activities as adults. Only 16 percent of adults who do not currently participate in any outdoor activities had outdoor experiences as children. DIVERSITY Participation among Asians has increased by 1.2% over the past five years while Caucasian participation has declined by 0.9%. Black and Hispanic participants went on the most average outings per participant. Running was the most popular outdoor activity for almost all ethnicities; however, white participants participated in fishing at a higher rate than running. 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 1

OUTDOOR OUTDOOR PARTICIPATION PARTICIPATION

outdoor participation trends All Americans, ages 6 60% 50% 41.9% 50.0% 48.6% 48.9% 48.6% 49.4% 49.4% 49.2% 48.8% 48.4% 48.4% 40% 30% 6 200 7 200 9 8 200 200 0 201 1 201 2 201 3 201 4 201 5 201 6 201 Outdoor Participation Over Time 48.8% of the US population participated in an outdoor activity at least once in 2016. This is a slight increase from 48.4% the year before. Number of Participants Number of Outings Average Outings 144.4 million Americans, ages 6 Outdoor outings fell from 11.7 Outdoor participants embarked and over, participated in outdoor billion excursions in 2015 to 11.0 on an average of 77 outings per recreation, an increase of 2 million billion in 2016. These are the person last year. During the year participants since the year before. fewest outings since 2010. before, the average was 82.5 outings per person. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 3

participation in-depth All Americans, ages 6 150% 120% Churn Rate 6.0% 90% 60% 144.4M 142.4M 10.6M 30% 0% -8.6M -30% Total Participants 2015 New/Returning Participants 2016 Lost Participants 2016 Total Participants 2016 The Leaky Bucket The leaky bucket illustrates how outdoor participation grew from 2015 to 2016. Outdoor activities attracted 10.6 million participants who tried outdoor activities for the first time or returned after a hiatus. The loss of participants was much less — only 8.6 million people stopped participating. In addition, more participants were retained, with the churn rate dropping from 6.9% in 2015 to 6.0% in 2016. New/Returning Participants Lost Participants Continuing Participants 8.6 million people stopped The majority of participants, New outdoor participants made participating in outdoor 92.6%, continued participating up 3.3% of total participants, or recreation in 2016. The attrition in outdoor activities from 2015 4.8 million Americans. Returning rate decreased since 2015 when to 2016. That equates to 133.8 participants, those returning after 9.8 million people stopped million people. a hiatus, accounted for 4.0% participating in the outdoors. of participants, or 5.8 million people. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 4

participant demographics Outdoor Participants, ages 6 Mountain: 8% New England: 5% West North Central: 8% East North Central: 15% Middle Atlantic: 13% Pacific: 17% East South Central: 5% West South Central: 11% South Atlantic: 19% highest percentage of participants Geographic Breakdown of Participants The South Atlantic region, which includes the southern states on the Eastern Seaboard and West Virginia, had the highest rate of outdoor participation in the country. The Pacific region, including the states on the West Coast, had the second highest participation rate. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 5

participant demographics Outdoor Participants, ages 6 80% 46% Female 37% 45 60% 28% 25-44 12% 18-24 10% 13-17 14% 6-12 40% 20% 0% Other 2% Other 1% 100% 54% Male Gender Age 32% 14% Post-Grad Studies 27% College Grad 21% 1-3 Yrs College 15% High School Grad 21% 3 Yrs High School 100,000 15% 75,000 99,999 19% 50,000 74,999 21% 25,000 49,999 14% 25,000 Income Education 9% Black 6% Asian 73% White 10% Hispanic Ethnicity Various Demographic Breakdowns of Participants Outdoor participation skewed slightly male. Participants also tended to have higher household incomes and have at least some college experience. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 6

annual outdoor outings Outdoor Participants, ages 6 25% 20% 20% 18% 15% 14% 15% 14% 12% 10% 7% 5% 0% o3 1t 1 o1 4t 12 to 23 24 to 51 03 o1 t 52 1 59 o2 t 04 0 26 Annual Outings per Participant The frequency of outdoor activity among Americans varied. On the more active side of participation, 21% of participants enjoyed outdoor activities at least twice a week. On the less active side, 32% participated less than once a month. Almost half of Americans were moderately active in outdoor recreation, getting outside between 12 and 103 times per year. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 7

outdoor activities Outdoor Participants, ages 6 Most Popular Outdoor Activities by Participation Rate 1. Running, Jogging and Trail Running 18% of Americans / 52.3 million participants 2. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 16% of Americans / 47.2 million participants 3. Road Biking, Mountain Biking and BMX 15% of Americans / 45.8 million participants 4. Hiking 14% of Americans / 42.1 million participants 5. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 14% of Americans / 40.5 million participants Favorite Outdoor Activities by Frequency of Participation 1. Running, Jogging and Trail Running 82 average outings per runner / 4.3 billion total outings 2. Road, Mountain and BMX Biking 53 average outings per cyclist / 2.4 billion total outings 3. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 19 average outings per angler / 885.5 million total outings 4. Hiking 14 average outings per hiker / 604.5 million total outings 5. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 13 average outings per camper / 537.9 million total outings Note: Similar activities have been grouped. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 8

time spent as an outdoor participant Outdoor Participants, Ages 6 2-3 Years 1 Year 11% 4-6 Years 13% 7-9 Years 4% 14% 10 Years 58% Years Participating In 2016, the average participant had 21 years of experience enjoying outdoor recreation. The data shows, as would be expected, that the amount of experience increased as the participant aged. In fact, those ages 45 and up averaged 35 years as outdoor participants. Participant Age Mean Years 6-12 5 13-17 7 18-24 9 25-44 16 45 35 www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 9

commitment to outdoor recreation Outdoor Participants, Ages 6 1 Miles Right Outside My Door 11% 17% 1-10 Miles 51 Miles 36% 10% 11-25 Miles 16% 26-50 Miles 9% Travel for Outdoor Recreation 64% of outdoor participants traveled 10 miles or less for outdoor recreation. On average, outdoor participants traveled 16 miles for outdoor recreation. 80% of outdoor participants 115.2 million people www.outdoorfoundation.org Desire to Participate In 2016, 80% of outdoor participants wanted to recreate outside more often, while 20% were content they were. 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 10

activities by age and gender All Americans, ages 6 Male Participation Indoor Fitness Outdoor Activities 80% Team Sports 60% 40% 20% 0% 0 6-1 -15 16-20 11 -25 26-30 21 -35 36-40 31 -45 46-50 41 -55 56-60 61-65 51 66 Female Participation Indoor Fitness Outdoor Activities 80% Team Sports 60% 40% 20% 0% 0 6-1 www.outdoorfoundation.org -15 16-20 11 0 -25 26-3 21 -35 36-40 31 -45 46-50 41 0 -55 56-6 51 -65 61 66 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 11

5 most popular crossover activities Outdoor Participants, ages 6 Indoor Fitness 1. Treadmill 28% 2. Free weights 28% 3. Stationary cycling 19% 4. Weight/resistance machines 18% 5. Elliptical motion trainer 18% 6. Stretching 18% Team Sports Other Activities 1. Basketball 13% 1. Walking for fitness 45% 2. Baseball 9% 2. Bowling 25% 3. Soccer 7% 3. Swimming for fitness 15% 4. Softball 5% 4. Golf 12% 5. Flag football 4% 5. Tennis 11% 6. Tackle football 4% www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 12

outdoor spending Outdoor Participants, ages 6 I spent. More than Last Year Same as Last Year Less than Last Year No Money Sports and recreational footwear 10% 41% 10% 39% Sports and recreational clothing 9% 38% 11% 42% Outdoor recreational activities 8% 43% 10% 40% Gym membership and fees 7% 25% 6% 62% Sports and recreational equipment 7% 32% 10% 52% Travel to take part in sports and recreation 7% 27% 8% 58% Individual sporting events 5% 18% 5% 72% Team sports 5% 19% 5% 71% Lessons and sports camps 5% 16% 5% 75% Team sports at school 4% 15% 4% 76% Category of Spending www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 13

motivation to get outside Outdoor Participants, ages 6 Reasons % of Participants Get exercise 64% Be with family and friends 55% Keep physically fit 50% Observe scenic beauty 49% Be close to nature 47% Enjoy the sounds and smells of nature 47% Get away from the usual demands 40% Be with people who enjoy the same things I do 31% Experience excitement and adventure 32% Experience solitude 20% Be with people who share my values 19% Gain a sense of accomplishment 18% Gain a sense of self-confidence 15% Because it is cool 15% Talk to new and varied people 9% Other 4% Note: Only activities with more than 2% response have been included. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 14

reasons not to get outside Non-Outdoor Participants, ages 6 Reasons % of Non-participants Too busy with family responsibilities 21% Outdoor recreation equipment is too expensive 18% Do not have anyone to participate with 17% Do not have the skills or abilities 16% Have a physical disability 14% My health is poor 11% Places for outdoor recreation cost too much 10% Too busy with other recreation activities 10% Places for outdoor recreation are too far away 10% Do not have enough information 7% Have no way to get to venues for outdoor recreation 5% Places for outdoor recreation are too crowded 4% Have household members with a physical disability 4% Am afraid of getting hurt by other people 3% Other reason 15% Note: Only activities with more than 2% response have been included. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 15

OUTDOOR YOUTH PARTICIPATION PARTICIPATION

outdoor participation by age All Americans, ages 6 Ages 6-12 Ages 18-24 Ages 13-17 Ages 25-44 Ages 45 80% 65% 50% 35% 20% 06 20 07 20 08 20 09 20 10 20 11 20 12 20 13 20 14 20 15 20 16 20 Participation Rate in 2016 5-year Average Annual Growth 6-12 62% -0.2% 13-17 59% -1.0% 18-24 57% 0.2% 25-44 56% 0.2% 45 37% -0.3% Participant Age www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 17

youth participation in sports and recreation among outdoor enthusiasts Outdoor Participants, ages 18 Activity Adults at age 6-12 Adults at age 13-17 Outdoor Non-outdoor Participant Participant Outdoor Non-outdoor Participant Participant PE at school 71% 57% 68% 58% Outdoor activities 37% 17% 42% 20% Team sports 37% 21% 41% 24% Cycling 33% 22% 33% 20% Running/jogging 21% 12% 34% 16% Swimming for fitness 19% 11% 21% 11% Water sports 17% 8% 19% 9% Winter sports 14% 6% 18% 7% Racquet sports 7% 3% 14% 7% Fitness activities 5% 2% 11% 4% Golf 5% 2% 11% 5% None 13% 33% 13% 32% www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 18

youth outdoor participation by age and gender All Americans, ages 6-24 Male Participation Ages 13-17 Ages 6-12 80% Ages 18-24 70% 65% 65% 60% 54% 50% 06 20 07 20 08 20 09 20 10 20 11 20 12 20 13 20 14 20 15 20 16 20 Female Participation Ages 13-17 Ages 6-12 80% Ages 18-24 70% 58% 60% 56% 50% 52% 40% 06 20 www.outdoorfoundation.org 07 20 08 20 09 20 10 20 11 20 12 20 13 20 14 20 15 20 16 20 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 19

frequency of youth participation Outdoor Participants, ages 6-17 25% 20% 19% 20% 17% 16% 15% 12% 11% 10% 7% 5% 0% o3 1t 1 o1 4t 12 to 23 24 to 51 03 o1 t 52 1 59 o2 t 04 0 26 Annual Outings per Youth Participant Like all outdoor participants, there was a wide range of frequency of participation among youth participants. A majority of participants enjoyed outdoor recreation between once a month and twice a week. Number of Participants Number of Outings Average Outings In 2016, there were 33.4 million Youth participants logged a total The average annual outings per youth outdoor participants. This is 2.2 billion outdoor outings in participants also dropped — from an increase from 31.4 million 2016. This is a decrease from 2.4 77 outings in 2015 to 66 outings in 2015. billion outings in 2015. in 2016. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 20

outdoor activities among youth Outdoor Participants, ages 6-17 Most Popular Outdoor Activities by Participation Rate 1. Road, Mountain and BMX Biking 25% of American youth / 12.9 million participants 2. Running, Jogging and Trail Running 21% of American youth / 11.0 million participants 3. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 21% of American youth / 11.0 million participants 4. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 21% of American youth / 10.7 million participants 5. Hiking 15% of American youth / 7.4 million participants Favorite Outdoor Activities by Frequency of Participation 1. Running, Jogging and Trail Running 70 average outings per runner / 884.5 million total outings 2. Road, Mountain and BMX Biking 54 average outings per cyclist / 355.1 million total outings 3. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 14 average outings per angler / 101.6 million total outings 4. Skateboarding 36 average outings per skateboarder / 97.2 million total outings 5. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 9 average outings per camper / 93.2 million total outings Note: Similar activities have been grouped. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 21

frequency of young adult participation Outdoor Participants, ages 18-24 20% 18% 16% 15% 14% 15% 16% 10% 10% 10% 5% 0% o3 1t 1 o1 4t 12 to 23 24 to 51 03 o1 t 52 1 59 o2 t 04 0 26 Annual Outings per Young Adult Participant The pattern of young adults’ outdoor outings followed a similar pattern as their younger counterparts. The frequency of most participants was fairly moderate. Number of Participants Number of Outings Average Outings 15.3 million young adults Young adults went on a total of The average annual outings per participated in outdoor recreation 1.9 billion outdoor outings, a young adult participant was 122, in 2016. This was roughly half as decrease from 2.3 billion which is nearly double as many many youth that participated. outings in 2015. outings as youth went on in 2016. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 22

outdoor activities among young adults Outdoor Participants, ages 18-24 Most Popular Outdoor Activities by Participation Rate 1. Running, Jogging and Trail Running 31% of American young adults / 9.2 million participants 2. Hiking 18% of American young adults / 5.3 million participants 3. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 15% of American young adults / 4.3 million participants 4. Road, Mountain and BMX Biking 14% of American young adults / 4.2 million participants 5. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 14% of American young adults / 4.2 million participants Favorite Outdoor Activities by Frequency of Participation 1. Running, Jogging and Trail Running 96 average outings per runner / 767.9 million total outings 2. Road, Mountain and BMX Biking 86 average outings per cyclist / 698.6 million total outings 3. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 24 average outings per angler / 149.7 million total outings 4. Skateboarding 18 average outings per skateboarder / 115.0 million total outings 5. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 22 average outings per camper / 95.9 million total outings Note: Similar activities have been grouped. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 23

motivation to get outside Outdoor Participants, ages 6-24 Ages 6-12 Ages 13-17 Ages 18-24 Be with family and friends 63% 57% 57% Get exercise 51% 51% 64% Experience excitement and adventure 36% 31% 39% Be with people who enjoy the same things I do 35% 44% 24% Enjoy the sounds and smells of nature 30% 30% 45% Because it is cool 30% 22% 18% Be close to nature 28% 33% 50% Keep physically fit 28% 44% 54% Observe scenic beauty 24% 31% 50% Develop my skills and abilities 24% 27% 22% Be with people who share my values 15% 24% 16% Gain a sense of self-confidence 15% 14% 18% Get away from the usual demands 14% 26% 47% Gain a sense of accomplishment 13% 14% 24% Talk to new and varied people 8% 10% 12% Experience solitude 6% 12% 31% Other reason 4% 2% 6% Reasons Note: Only activities with more than 2% response have been included. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 24

reasons not to get outside Non-Outdoor Participants, ages 6-24 Ages 6-12 Ages 13-17 Ages 18-24 Outdoor recreation equipment is too expensive 22% 23% 22% Too busy with other recreation activities 17% 16% 11% Too busy with family responsibilities 15% 12% 19% Do not have anyone to participate with 12% 14% 26% Places for outdoor recreation cost too much 12% 12% 10% Do not have the skills or abilities 12% 13% 19% Places for outdoor recreation are too far away 9% 14% 12% Do not have enough information 8% 7% 13% Have no way to get to venues for outdoor recreation 6% 9% 8% Am afraid of getting hurt by other people 5% 3% 5% Places for outdoor recreation are too crowded 5% 3% 6% Have a physical disability 3% 3% 4% My health is poor 3% 3% 3% Am are afraid of getting hurt by animals 3% 2% 3% Have household members with a physical disability 2% 3% 1% Places for outdoor recreation are poorly maintained 2% 3% 3% Places for outdoor recreation are over-developed 2% 1% 3% 19% 15% 15% Reasons Other Note: Only activities with more than 2% response have been included. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 25

outdoor habits among families adult participants, ages 18 60% Participation in Outdoor Recreation Among Adults with Children 40% Adults with children in their households participated in outdoor 54% 20% 56% 54% 54% 42% recreation at higher levels than adults without children. 54% of adults with children, ages 1 to 17, in their households participated, and only 42% of adults without children participated. Those with children ages 6 to 12 had the highest participation rates, but they went on the 0% None Ages 1-17 Ages 1-5 Ages 6-12 Ages 13-17 fewest outings. Kids in Household Kids in Household Average Annual Outings per Family None 78 Ages 1-17 78 Ages 1-5 82 Ages 6-12 77 Ages 13-17 82 www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 26

OUTDOOR DIVERSE PARTICIPATION PARTICIPATION

participation rates among diverse groups over time All Americans, ages 6 White Hispanic Black Asian 60% 50% 40% 30% 09 20 10 20 11 20 12 20 13 20 14 20 15 20 16 20 Participation Rate in 2016 5-year Average Annual Growth White 50% -0.9% Black 33% 0.4% Hispanic 48% 1.8% Asian 51% 1.2% Ethnicity www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 28

outdoor outings by ethnicity All Americans, ages 6 Average Outdoor Outings per Participant In 2016, black and HIspanic participant went on an average of 88 outdoor outings. That is 11 more outings per year than white and asian participants embarked on. Ethnicity Average Annual Outings per Participant White 77 Black 88 Hispanic 88 Asian 77 www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 29

participation rates among diverse groups by age All Americans, ages 6 White Hispanic Black Asian 80% 65% 50% 35% 20% 2 6-1 7 4 -1 13 -2 18 4 -4 25 44 White Black Hispanic Asian Ages 6-12 66% 43% 57% 65% Ages 13-17 62% 45% 51% 67% Ages 18-24 60% 39% 50% 57% Ages 25-44 59% 39% 49% 56% Ages 45 39% 26% 45% 38% www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 30

most popular outdoor activities among ethnicities Outdoor Participants, ages 6 White Black 1. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 18% 1. Running/Jogging and Trail Running 17% 2. Hiking 17% 2. Road Biking, Mountain Biking and BMX 10% 3. Running/Jogging and Trail Running 17% 3. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 9% 4. Road Biking, Mountain Biking and BMX 16% 4. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 5% 5. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 15% 5. Hiking 4% Hispanic 1. Running/Jogging and Trail Running 23% 2. Road Biking, Mountain Biking and BMX 15% 3. Hiking 13% 4. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 11% 5. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 11% www.outdoorfoundation.org Asian 1. Running/Jogging and Trail Running 25% 2. Hiking 19% 3. Road Biking, Mountain Biking and BMX 16% 4. Car, Backyard, Backpacking and RV Camping 14% 5. Freshwater, Saltwater and Fly Fishing 12% 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 31

motivation to get outside Outdoor Participants, ages 6 Reasons White Black Hispanic Asian Get exercise 66% 62% 58% 60% Be with family and friends 58% 39% 43% 59% Observe scenic beauty 52% 33% 39% 40% Keep physically fit 51% 48% 41% 51% Enjoy the sounds and smells of nature 50% 32% 38% 35% Be close to nature 50% 33% 39% 38% Get away from the usual demands 43% 29% 31% 32% Be with people who enjoy the same things I do 33% 32% 23% 24% Experience excitement and adventure 32% 27% 31% 23% Experience solitude 28% 19% 19% 15% Develop my skills and abilities 20% 22% 19% 17% Be with people who share my values 19% 20% 15% 15% Gain a sense of accomplishment 18% 20% 16% 18% Gain a sense of self-confidence 14% 16% 17% 11% Because it is cool 14% 20% 18% 15% Talk to new and varied people 8% 15% 11% 9% Other 5% 4% 4% 3% Note: Only activities with more than 2% response have been included. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 32

reasons not to participate in outdoor recreation Non-Outdoor Participants, ages 6 Reasons White Black Hispanic Asian Too busy with family responsibilities 23% 18% 19% 19% Outdoor recreation equipment is too expensive 18% 21% 18% 17% Do not have anyone to participate with 16% 19% 19% 18% Do not have the skills or abilities 16% 21% 14% 18% Have a physical disability 11% 9% 10% 11% Places for outdoor recreation cost too much 10% 11% 9% 12% Places for outdoor recreation are too far away 10% 13% 13% 12% My health is poor 9% 8% 9% 8% Too busy with other recreation activities 9% 9% 12% 13% Do not have enough information 7% 15% 8% 8% Have no way to get to venues for outdoor recreation 5% 6% 5% 6% Places for outdoor recreation are too crowded 4% 5% 5% 4% Have household members with a physical disability 3% 3% 5% 3% Am afraid of getting hurt by other people 3% 3% 4% 3% Am are afraid of getting hurt by animals 2% 4% 4% 2% Places for outdoor recreation are poorly maintained 2% 2% 3% 3% 14% 12% 12% 14% Other Note: Only activities with more than 2% response have been included. www.outdoorfoundation.org 2017 Outdoor Participation Report 33

OUTDOOR A DETAILED PARTICIPATION LOOK

Youth Participation in Outdoor Activities, Ages 6-17 Adventure Racing 2007 % 2008 % 2009 % 2010 % 2011 % 2012 % 2013 % 2014 % 2015 % 2016 % in of in of in of in of in of in of in of in of in of in of 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 000’s Pop. 104 0.2% 125 0.3% 147 0.3% 183 0.4% 144 0.3% 362 0.7% 341 0.7% 525 1.0% 1,002 1.9% 939 1,786 3.6% 2,067 4.2% 1,849 3.7% 2,228 4.4% 1,778 3.5% 2,219 4.4% 2,536 5.0% 2,729 5.3% 2,994 5.8% 2,739 5.4% 935 1.9% 1,045 2.1% 726 1.5% 1,165 2.3% 783 1.5% 940 1.9% 1,014 2.0% 1,261 2.5% 1,526 3.0% 1,650 3.2% 1,775 3.5% 2,083 4.2% 1,793 3.6% 1,927 3.8% 1,567 3.1% 1,612 3.2% 1,877 3.7% 1,736 3.4% 1,975 3.8% 1,889 3.7% Mountain/Non-Paved Surface, BMX) 15,550 30.9% 14,716 29.6% 14,652 29.3% 13,657 27.1% 13,283 26.2% 13,421 26.5% 13,498 26.6% 12,953 25.4% 12,461 24.2% 12,889 25.2% Bicycling (Road/Paved Surface) 14,336 28.5% 13,325 26.8% 13,652 27.3% 12,442 24.7% 12,330 24.3% 12,397 24.5% 12,363 24.4% 11,610 22.7% 10,696 20.8% 10,995 21.5% 1,194 2.4% 1,320 2.7% 1,473 2.9% 1,619 3.2% 1,661 3.3% 1,813 3.6% 1,967 3.9% 1,893 3.7% 1,616 3.1% 1,557 3.0% 228 0.5% 236 0.5% 200 0.4% 221 0.4% 109 0.2% 215 0.4% 322 0.6% 495 1.0% 790 1.5% 673 1.3% 9,627 19.1% 9,012 18.1% 9,252 18.5% 8,779 17.4% 9,147 18.0% 8,065 15.9% 8,046 15.9% 7,490 14.7% 6,769 13.2% 6,505 12.7% Backpacking (Overnight) Bicycling (BMX) Bicycling (Mountain/Non-Paved Surface) 1.8% Bicycling (Road/Paved Surface, Birdwatching Boardsailing/Windsurfing Camping (Within 1/4 Mile of Vehicle/ Home) Camping (Car, Backyard, Backpacking or RV) 12,230 24.3% 11,583 23.3% 11,917 23.8% 11,559 23.0% 12,170 24.0% 10,734 21.4% 10,994 21.7% 10,452 20.5% 10,860 21.1% 10,661 20.8% Camping (Recreational Vehicle) 4,284 8.5% 3,783 7.6% 4,045 8.1% 3,810 7.6% 3,941 7.8% 3,732 7.4% 3,815 7.5% 3,623 7.1% 3,592 7.0% 3,785 7.4% Canoeing 2,564 5.1% 2,497 5.0% 2,416 4.8% 2,811 5.6% 2,435 4.8% 2,735 5.4% 2,543 5.0% 2,523 4.9% 2,454 4.8% 2,249 4.4% Climbing (Sport/Indoor/Boulder) 1,585 3.2% 1,379 2.8% 1,446 2.9% 1,583 3.1% 1,365 2.7% 1,281 2.5% 1,407 2.8% 1,360 2.7% 1,280 2.5% 1,286 2.5% 510 1.0% 441 0.9% 282 0.6% 354 0.7% 272 0.5% 436 0.9% 477 0.9% 708 1.4% 780 1.5% 762 1.5% 12,394 24.7% 11,282 22.7% 11,240 22.5% 10,254 20.4% 10,330 20.4% 9,945 19.7% 10,307 20.3% 10,566 20.7% 10,685 20.8% 10,974 21.4% 711 1.4% 734 1.5% 880 1.8% 834 1.7% 735 1.4% 715 1.4% 913 1.8% 938 1.8% 1,267 2.5% 1,229 2.4% 10,932 21.7% 9,912 20.0% 9,987 20.0% 8,984 17.8% 9,038 17.8% 8,962 17.7% 9,020 17.8% 9,135 17.9% 9,546 18.6% 8,936 17.5% Climbing (Traditional/Ice/Mountaineering) Fishing (Fly, Freshwater/Other or Saltwater) Fishing (Fly) Fishing (Freshwater/Other) Fishing (Saltwater) 2,579 5.1% 2,257 4.5% 2,028 4.1% 1,816 3.6% 1,926 3.8% 1,935 3.8% 1,858 3.7% 2,004 3.9% 2,221 4.3% 2,160 4.2% Hiking 5,800 11.5% 6,078 12.2% 6,128 12.3% 5,976 11.9% 6,391 12.6% 6,114 12.1% 6,196 12.2% 6,749 13.2% 7,719 15.0% 7,446 14.5% Hunting (All) 2,088 4.2% 2,138 4.3% 2,225 4.4% 2,236 4.4% 2,296 4.5% 2,294 4.5% 2,463 4.9% 2,685 5.3% 3,423 6.7% 2,969 5.8% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 96 0.2% 181 0.4% 220 0.4% 295 0.6% 234 0.5% 295 0.6% 280 0.5% Kayak Fishing Kayaking (Recreational) 1,056 2.1% 1,227 2.5% 1,199 2.4% 1,152 2.3% 1,388 2.7% 1,743 3.4% 1,628 3.2% 1,771 3.5% 2,083 4.0% 1,988 3.9% Kayaking (Sea/Touring) 241 0.5% 178 0.4% 164 0.3% 358 0.7% 228 0.4% 333 0.7% 388 0.8% 536 1.0% 890 1.7% 743 1.5% Kayaking (Whitewater) 197 0.4% 165 0.3% 312 0.6% 256 0.5% 151 3.2% 432 0.9% 422 0.8% 628 1.2% 819 1.6% 661 1.3% Rafting 993 2.0% 869 1.7% 1,064 2.1% 966 1.9% 750 1.5% 793 1.6% 859 1.7% 989 1.9% 1,086 2.1% 869 1.7% Trail Running) 11,223 22.3% 9,552 19.2% 10,048 20.1% 11,360 22.6% 11,728 23.1% 12,133 24.0% 12,049 23.8% 11,289 22.1% 10,505 20.4% 11,002 21.5% Running/Jogging 11,102 22.1% 9,377 18.9% 9,999 20.0% 11,176 22.2% 11,587 22.9% 11,951 23.6% 11,871 23.4% 10,873 21.3% 9,855 19.2% 10,396 20.3% Sailing 526 1.0% 603 1.2

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