recreation lands are important for protecting nature value and culture.
El valor economico y aprovechamiento del suelo como uso recreativo, se puede empezar a tomar como reserva natural ese contexto natural
los bosques recreativos permiten conectar al hombre con la naturaleza gracias a actividades que se desarrollan. esto representa una entrada económica a estos sitios. actividades como pesca, caza, senderísmo son las que mas realiza la gente. algunos lugares destinan importantes zonas para la recreación humana, el problema es que a veces las personas no ayudan a preservar estos sitios, terminan arrojando sus basuras y los animales son los que se perjudican.
Recreations has economic value because brings tourists attractions which is good for countries.
What is hiking?
An important human-centered benefit of undeveloped land is its recreational value. Every year, millions of people visit recreational lands such as parks and wilderness areas to experience attractions of the great outdoors: hiking among the giant sequoias in California, traveling on a photo safari in Kenya or just picnicking at a local county park.
Besides providing people with obvious health benefits and aesthetic pleasures, recreational lands also generate considerable tourist money for government and local economies.
The United States has set aside more land for public recreational use than any other country. Several different federal organizations provide lands for recreational use: the National Forest System, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Park System and the National Wilderness Preservation System.
The National Forest System manages more than 170 forest lands and grasslands, which are available for activities such as camping, fishing, hiking and hunting.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manage more than 500 National Wildlife Refuges, which not only protect animal habitats and breeding areas but also provide recreational facilities.
The National Park System manages more than 380 parks, recreation areas, seashores, trails, monuments, memorials, battlefields and other historic sites.
The National Wilderness Preservation System manages more than 630 road-less areas through the aforementioned government services as well as through the Bureau of Land Management.
The National Park System in the US consists of more than 80 million acres nationwide. The largest national park is Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve in Alaska with over 13 million acres. California has eight national parks:
Channel Islands, Death Valley, Joshua Tree, Lassen, Redwood, Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Yosemite.
Many national parks such as Yosemite, Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon are such popular recreation destinations that the ecosystems of those parks are being severely tested by human activities.
Every state has also set aside significant amounts of land for recreational use. The California State Park System manages more than one million acres of parklands including: coastal wetlands, estuaries, scenic coastlines, lakes, mountains and desert areas. California\'s largest state park is Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, which is the largest state park in the United States with 600,000 acres.
The stated mission of the California State Park System is:
\"To provide for the health, inspiration and education of the people of California by helping to preserve the state\'s extraordinary biological diversity, protecting its most valued natural and cultural resources and creating opportunities for high-quality outdoor recreation.\"