Ninety-six percent of U.S. adults spend time outdoors daily.
Ninety-three percent of U.S. adults say they fondly remember childhood summer activities provided by parks and recreation.
Seven in 10 people agree park and recreation community infrastructure is extremely or very important.
Nearly all (93%) U.S. adults say that activities offered by park and recreation professionals and their agencies are beneficial to their mental health.
Six in seven U.S. adults say that they are looking forward to outdoor activities this spring and summer.
Park and recreation departments are leading providers of first-time employment opportunities for youth and young adults.
Four in five U.S. adults report a change in their physical activity in 2020.
New data shows what actions U.S. adults would consider taking actions to help their local community.
Three in four U.S. adults say it’s important for people to have access to outdoor amenities during fall and winter to continue or create new family traditions.