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Rough Waters
>> Poudre River Whitewater Park in Fort Collins, Colorado

Facility Profile - November 2019

The design of a new whitewater park in Fort Collins, Colo., aims to create a space where everyone in the community can find a way to enjoy the river.

Looking Back, Moving Forward

Celebrating 20 Years of Recreation, Sports & Fitness

Feature Article - September 2019

Celebrating 20 years of Recreation Management, we talked to experts from multiple fields about what's changed in recreation, sports and fitness over the past two decades—and what changes might be coming down the pike.

Natatorium Lighting Design

Web Exclusive - September 2019

The Vanderhoof Aquatic Centre in Vanderhoof, British Columbia is a an architectural showpiece with a unique lighting design that creatively illuminates and integrates with the facility's overall design.

Design Corner

Savvy Insight Into Recreation Project Planning

Guest Column - July 2019

Planning for any recreation facility includes many important decisions, but communication is one of the keys, including transparency about the project goals and execution process.

2019 State of the Managed Recreation Industry

A Look at What's Happening in Recreation, Sports and Fitness Facilities

Feature Article - June 2019

Nearly 1,600 professionals responded to our call for information about their facilities, budgets, construction plans, operations, programming, staffing and more. Here, we summarize their responses.

Purposeful Places

The Latest in Landscape Design

Feature Article - May 2019

The role of landscape design in recreational spaces has evolved to include ADA requirements, sustainability trends and multi-use areas flexible enough to draw as many people as possible.

Aiming for Versatility

Trends in Multipurpose Facilities

Feature Article - May 2019

In this feature, industry experts discuss the latest trends in multipurpose facility design, as well as the common elements that are essential in these facilities.

Making Connections

Fitness Facilities Aim to Connect People With the Outdoors, and Each Other

Feature Article - May 2019

The latest fitness facilities are focused on more than physical health, increasingly providing space for social interaction and even connection with the outdoors.

Engage Your Fans & Players

New Innovations in Sports Facility Design

Feature Article - May 2019

Not every facility can reach the heights of technology found in a professional arena, but smart ways to engage fans and players have trickled down from the big leagues, bringing video boards, better connectivity and more to a new generation of sports fans.

Design Corner

The Future of Community Aquatic Centers

Guest Column - May 2019

Communities looking to serve the needs of all have branched out when it comes to aquatic center design, providing far more than a simple place to swim laps.