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Delaware Outdoor Recreation Resources


 

The following documents are available for download:

  • Investment in Parks and Recreation is Necessary for Children's Health
    Nemours Health and Prevention Services (NHPS) has released a policy brief: Investment in Parks and Recreation is Necessary for Children's Health. Made possible through a collaboration with Delaware State Parks and the Delaware Recreation and Parks Society, the brief identifies the benefits and importance of outdoor recreation and outlines action steps for community members and policy makers to support parks and recreation facilities. Nemours Health and Prevention Services is a division of Nemours, one of the nation's largest pediatric health systems.  The goal of NHPS is to drive long-term improvements in policies and practices that promote child health, and leverage community strengths and resources to help children grow up healthy. One area of emphasis is the prevention of childhood obesity through the promotion of healthy lifestyles.

     Recreation in the First State

     Recreation in New Castle County

     Recreation in Dover

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     Recreation in Wilmington

  • How Much Value Does the City of Wilmington Receive from Its Park and Recreation System?
  • How Much Value Does the City of Wilmington Receive from Its Park and Recreation System? Fact Sheet
    Through a partnership with the Delaware Center for Horticulture, the City of Wilmington Parks and Recreation, the Wilmington Rotary and Nemours Health and Prevention Services, this study was conducted by the Trust For Public Land- Center for City Park Excellence, and is expected to become an important planning tool for park improvements in Wilmington. The report is based on techniques that have been used in other U.S. cities to measure the environmental, recreational, public health, property value, tourism, and social benefits of parks, and estimates the total park value to be nearly $60 million.  Although specific to Wilmington, the report reinforces the importance for close-to-home recreation and local park and recreation areas. 

     

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