As a Recreation & Tourism Management major in college, you will learn the very real business behind "Leisure" or "Recreation". In the United States alone, there are literally thousands of Local, State, National and "Theme" parks and venues. All must be well maintained, made profitable, and accessible to all. Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting, Mountain Biking, Zip Lining, Flag Football, Softball, Tennis and even Disc Golf are all done in organised settings.
Why is this Important?
- When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
- Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information
- Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession
|An award-winning, full color magazine that offers spectacular photographs and articles on national parks||Visit|
|Find kayaking and canoeing techniques, gear and boat reviews, travel tips, and more.||Visit|
|Recreation Management magazine is the number one fitness, sports and recreation information resource for recreation, sports and fitness facility managers.||Visit|
|Yellowstone Journal||Includes a trip planner, maps, itineraries, lodging information, and more. Also provides news about Yellowstone Park from the Yellowstone Journal.||Visit|
|MountainZone.com||Online magazine featuring live events, information, and activities for people who work and play in the mountains.||Visit|
|Outside Online||Interactive, electronic outdoor community offering information about outdoor, adventure, and travel activities. Includes Outside magazine, an extensive calendar of events, and discussions.||Visit|
|Paddler Magazine||Offers backpacking articles, gear reviews, and cutting-edge ultralight gear for lightweight hiking enthusiasts.||Visit|
|DesertUSA Magazine||Exists to report on issues of world poverty and inequality, to focus attention on the unjust relationship between the powerful and powerless, and to campaign for radical changes.||Visit|
|Backpacking Light Magazine||Bi-weekly on-line 'zine that covers stories ignored or inaccurately portrayed by the mainstream media.||Visit|