JULY 2022

FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK

The Dog Days Are Early This Year

FEATURES

Ups & Downs: Our 15th Annual Salary Survey

Ups & Downs

Our 15th Annual Salary Survey

Here we track the salary trends and careers of hundreds of respondents who work in myriad roles and facility types, managing recreation, sports and fitness facilities. We break things down and look at everything from raises and pay rates to job satisfaction, education and more.

Where All Are Welcome: The Still-Growing World of Inclusive Play

Where All Are Welcome

The Still-Growing World of Inclusive Play

Inclusion has been the big playground trend for several years running. Here we’ll look at the latest ideas in boosting inclusion on the playground, including expanding play opportunities to communities that tend to miss out on the fun.

Flexibility & Innovation: Aquatic Programming Ideas to Keep Your Pool Busy

Flexibility & Innovation

Aquatic Programming Ideas to Keep Your Pool Busy

Aquatic facilities are continually adjusting their programming lineup to reach a diverse array of community members with fun, fitness, competition and more. Here’s how to expand your programming lineup with the latest and greatest new ideas.

Think Differently: Nonconventional Facility Structures Making a Difference

Think Differently

Nonconventional Facility Structures Making a Difference

Yurts instead of cabins! Enclosures for aquatics! Clear-span structures for sports activities! There are myriad unique structures available to help you take your sports, fitness and recreation activities under cover.

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WEB EXCLUSIVES

Capturing the Spirit of Puget Sound

Windjammer Park in Oak Harbor, Wash., recently saw a complete renovation that included the addition of an iconic, custom-designed splash play area.

Pathway Lighting Reinvigorates Running Trail

The popular Amazon Park Running Trail in Eugene, Ore., recently was rebuilt with a thicker rock base, new surfacing and drainage. In addition, lighting was introduced or upgraded along sections of the trail.

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inPERSPEPECTIVE

inPERSPECTIVE / TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS

Hack Your Operations
How to Use Technology to Streamline Your Recreation Programming

Ever wondered how you can hack your park operations and do more with less? Here, we examine ways to make the most out of technology solutions.

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DEPARTMENTS

inSERVICE

Putting Health & Safety Front & Center With NATA

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PRODUCT SHOWCASES

Locker Room Equipment

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Website Showcase: Information To Get You Connected

LOOKING FOR A QUICK WAY TO FIND OUT THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION AS YOU MAKE PLANS FOR PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES?

The web provides a world of resources-a virtual connection to all kinds of products and services for recreation, sports and fitness facilities. Your answers are just a quick click away.