APRIL 2022

FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK

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FEATURES

Choose Your Own Adventure: Climbing, Challenge Courses, Ninja Courses & More

Choose Your Own Adventure

Climbing, Challenge Courses, Ninja Courses & More

Climbing gyms fared better in the pandemic than many other facilities, and adventure-related additions to parks and rec facilities have been taking off. Whether you’re adding climbing walls, challenge and ropes courses, ninja courses or zip lines, here’s a look at some basics.

Choose Wisely: Considerations for Indoor Sports & Recreation Surfaces

Choose Wisely

Considerations for Indoor Sports & Recreation Surfaces

When you’re looking to outfit your gym or fitness facilities, the surface beneath players and members’ feet is just as important as the equipment they work out on.

In the Know: Discovering Best Aquatic Maintenance Practices

In the Know

Discovering Best Aquatic Maintenance Practices

Ensuring your aquatic facility is running as smoothly and efficiently as possible requires a well-trained team that knows when and how to perform a host of daily, weekly and other functions. Find out more about best practices in aquatic maintenance here.

Disc Golf Takes Off: Ideas for Your Own Disc Golf Course Project

Disc Golf Takes Off

Ideas for Your Own Disc Golf Course Project

Whether you’ve got an extra pocket of undeveloped space in an existing location or you’re looking to create a destination for disc golf enthusiasts, adding disc golf can expand your possibilities.

Endangered Species: Attracting—and Retaining—Sports Officials

Endangered Species

Attracting—and Retaining—Sports Officials

Between angry coaches and parents and other industry pressures, sports officials have had a rough go of it over the past several years. Attracting young, new professionals—and keeping their interest—is crucial to carry sport forward.

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WEB EXCLUSIVES

More on the SFMA

Want to learn even more about the Sports Field Management Association? We continue the story here, with more information on ongoing education and networking.

Betting Big on Tennis

The U.S. Tennis Association Mid-Atlantic Section is building a state-of-the-art 36-court tennis campus in Loudoun County, Va., creating a hub for year-round community health and wellness.

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inPERSPEPECTIVE

inPERSPECTIVE / DOG PARKS

Barking Up the Right Tree

Dog parks have maintained and grown their popularity over the past decade. Whether you’re planning a new park or just want to give your old park new life, here are some surefire steps to success.

inPERSPECTIVE / AQUATICS

Get the Most Out of Your Chlorine During a Chlorine Shortage

Various pressures have made certain forms of chlorine more difficult to source. Here are some suggestions to help maximize your chlorine so you can minimize your usage of this crucial pool chemical.

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inPRACTICE

inPRACTICE / TRAILS

A Galaxy Under Foot
>> Nathan's Miles // Vinton, Iowa

Looking to attract more people to this bedroom community, trail champions took their project beyond expectations, adding a glow-in-the-dark elements.

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DEPARTMENTS

inSERVICE

Scoring Goals With the Sports Field Management Association

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PRODUCT SHOWCASES

Lighting & Sound Systems

Problem-Solver Showcase

One of the major goals of Recreation Management always has been to give our readers the practical tips and solutions they need to run more successful facilities and programs. In that spirit, our Problem-Solver Showcase is designed specifically to simplify this process. Following are loads of ideas to help solve many common problems facility managers encounter day in and day out. Feel free to browse this detailed information on the latest products and services designed to tackle tough issues head on.

Waterfront & Marina Products