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Are You in the Process of Planning a REally Big Graduation Party?

Written by Recreation Magazine on January 16th, 2019. Posted in Dining newark de, Golf club social events, Indian weddings

A cold cereal bar.
A hot oatmeal bar.
A fresh fruit bar.
A coffee bar.
A pancake and fresh toppings buffet.
It is an unusual brunch menu, but you promised your daughter that if she earned a full ride scholarship to college, she could have any kind of party that she wanted. When both your daughter and her best friend achieved these goals there were actually row sets of parents who were doubly motivated to host a great celebration!
Although it was easy for the two high school graduates to come up with a menu, the real challenge occurred in finding the right place from the surrounding available party venues. Interestingly enough, there are a number of both private and public golf courses that serve as great venues for for everything from weddings to graduations to reunions and anniversaries.
From the most unique wedding places to the quaint little l

Recreational Boating Is More Popular Than Ever Practical Advice For Choosing Your Own Pontoon Boat

Written by Recreation Magazine on January 14th, 2019. Posted in Barletta pontoons for sale, Pontoons for sale, Used premier pontoons for sale mn

What’s one of the most popular recreational family hobbies in America today?

If you named anything either in or around a major body of water, you’re onto something. Americans may be a very diverse group, but a major unifying factor is a great love of fun in the sun. Boating is an old-fashioned hobby that can extend to idle fishing by the shore or long hours swimming at a favorite lake. Whatever you want to get into boating for, make sure you buy the right type first. Used boats come in many different shapes and sizes, but it’s only a handful that will truly compliment your life.

Let’s take a look at recreational boating today and where you fit into the mix.

Today’s Thriving Boating Statistics

Boating has taken off without a hitch. Back in 2016 over 140 million Americans went boating, whether as a weekend hobby or as a family celebration. Recreational boating sales jumped an impressive 3% between 2015 and 2016, bringing the total revenue t

Getting the Right Camo Mesh Netting

Written by Recreation Magazine on January 1st, 2019. Posted in Buy camo netting in bulk, Camouflage netting bulk, Desert camouflage netting

For some occupations, such as military service members and wild game hunters, disguising oneself and their equipment from enemy forces or game animals is the key to success, and in both arenas, having the right gear means having the right camo mesh netting, Army camo netting, or even a sniper Ghillie suit for the job to obscure one’s shape, presence, and heat signature from other parties involved. Camo is more than just a jungle pattern on a jeep or uniform; great care is taken to design and manufacture camo mesh netting and hunting blinds for those who need them, and best of all, a variety of fabric types and colors are out there for different terrain types, making camo mesh netting a flexible industry for hunters and soldiers alike. Some netting may even be designed to help block out heat signatures from enemy scanners.

The Business of Camo Mesh Nettin

Boats and Other Recreational Sports Provide Room for Large Revenue

Written by Recreation Magazine on December 31st, 2018. Posted in Used boat for sale, Used boats for sale, Used boats for sale in michigan

With millions of boats in use in the United States, there is much room for continual growth in the boating industry. Considering the fact that most Americans live within 100 miles of some body of water, there is no reason to be overly specific as to the location for setting up a business with boats for sale.

Americans and Boating

Water sports are some of the greatest recreational hobbies in the United States. The numbers of the boating industry are amazing, with billions already made, and many more boats for sale. Whether it includes used boats for sale, sea doo dealers, or other recreational water vehicles, there is much to be seen in the future. Looking at what our nation already has on the water, there is much to see in the industry of boats for sale:
Over 87 million Americans are involved in recreational boating.
As of 2016, the recreational boats sold in the U.S. was about $3.6 billion.
There are also more than 15 million boats currently being used in the United Stat

Tennis Fundamentals: What Every Court Needs

Written by Recreation Magazine on December 28th, 2018. Posted in Uncategorized

Tennis is a fascinating sport; fast-paced enough to entertain even the most sports-loathing individuals yet simple enough to follow, the nuances involved in a great game, set, and match can inspire euphoria-like reactions in both the players and the spectators. However, all tennis courts must have three things if they’re truly going to catch and hold the spotlight.


  • Net: Obviously, you can’t really play tennis without something to aim for. Surprisingly, tennis court nets come in a variety of options, though the untrained eye usually can’t spot them. Douglas brand tennis equipment, for example, is famous for their nets and offers certain tennis nets at with thicker mesh and various braid widths. Still, the main job of the net is to create an obstacle — something for the players to have to overcome in order to score. The beauty of tennis lies in the control required to play it: you have to get the ball over the net, but keep it within the boundary lines. Douglas brand tennis equipment offers tennis nets that will meet every need you could possibly have.


  • Benches: What’s a spectator sport without spectators? If you don’t have enough courtside seating available, especially in high school tournaments, people won’t be able to fully enjoy the skill of what they’re witnessing. Though it is still a spectator sport, tennis varies from others in that it demands silence — any cheering or loud noises, while the ball is in play, could distract the players and accidentally throw the game. Be sure to encourage people to watch and comment, but quietly and respectfully.


  • Fence: The job of the fence is twofold: keep the balls in and keep other people who have no reason to be on the court out. Oftentimes, players are slamming these balls at incredible speeds; if the area were not contained, most of the time would be wasted chasing after every single ball. Fencing guarantees that rogue balls can’t escape and disappear, and also provides security for those playing (both from distraction and any weirdos that may be around).


Whether you’re a parent watching your teen play in high school or a fan at the U.S. Open, you’ll find these three things are always present. If you’re looking to install a tennis court in your own backyard, this is where you should begin!


How Boats And Snowmobiles Can Help You Enjoy The Water

Written by Recreation Magazine on November 28th, 2018. Posted in Boat for sale in michigan, Used boat for sale, Used pontoon boats michigan

With more than 70 percent of the Earth’s surface covered by water and more than 100,000 lakes in the continental United States, Americans are never very far from water. In fact, 95 percent of Americans live within an hours drive of a navigable body of water.

More than 87 million U.S. adults participate in recreational boating and in 2017, 13.4 percent of the U.S. population participated in water sports. What’s more, 19.6 percent of millennials participate in water sports and in 2016, about 2.91 million Americans participated in wakeboarding.

Anyway you slice it, Americans love the water and they love boating. If you’re considering boat rental or buying a boat, there are many types of boats to pick from including:

  • Sport Fisher: These boats come equipped with a galley, a cabin and a bathroom. These are typically bigger boats that have a fishing cockpit and a flying bridge.
  • Bass Boat: These boats are build for casting and come w

Allow your favorite sports fan to watch a game right in the stadium

Written by Recreation Magazine on November 28th, 2018. Posted in Nfl packages, Sports travel and tours, World cup package

With the five largest sports in the United States being football, baseball, hockey, basketball, and soccer, at most times of the year there is always a game on for a busy audience to sit down and enjoy. But what about those sports fans who don’t just enjoy watching games from inside of their television? What about those who’d like to get out and enjoy their favorite sports first hand? Sports travel and tours are an option for those who so choose to go down that path. NFL packages have popped up in many cities across the United States that allow fans of these sports to get out and enjoy the games that they love first hand with a large audience of like minded people.

Say that you’re a Carolina Panthers fan and yet you live in Washington. Getting a chance to see the panthers doesn’t really arise all that often for you. But with a Carolina Panther

Behind The Popularity Of Golf In The United States And All Around The World

Written by Recreation Magazine on November 20th, 2018. Posted in High definition golf simulator, Home golf simulator

Here in the United States in many countries beyond it as well, golf has long been a popular sport and leisure activity. In fact, the game of golf first originated as many as five hundred years ago, in what we now know as the country of Scotland. But it has been part of the fabric of the United States for centuries now. By the time that we had reached the year of 1900, there were already hundreds upon hundreds of golf clubs in this country alone, more than one thousand of them. In the more than a century that has passed since, of course, this number of golf clubs has already grown exponentially – and is likely to continue to do so in the years that are to come.

And there are golf clubs all over the world. The country of Peru, for instance, boasts the world’s highest golf club. This golf club, called the Tactu Golf Club and located in the city of Morococha, begins at an elevation of fourteen thousand and three hundred and thirty five feet above sea level – and only continues to clim

Boating Is Not Just For The Rich Affording A Boat On Any Income

Written by Recreation Magazine on November 7th, 2018. Posted in Boat trailers for sale, Boats for sale, Evinrude motors for sale

Boating Is Not Just For The Rich: Affording A Boat On Any Income

In recent years, owning a boat has become more than affordable for most households. This is due to the fact that there are now lenders offering boat loans on both new and used boats. Finding a used boat for sale can become one of the most affordable options. Still think you can’t afford a boat? The majority of boat owners are within the middle-class spectrum and have a median household income less than $100,000 per year. If you can save up for a boat and pay cash, finding a used boat for sale with give you more options in a lower price range. If you cannot pay cash up front, both new and used boats can be financed through lenders.

Perks Of Owning A Boat: Recreational Boat Use For Everyone

So, you’ve figured out how to financially afford a boat. But still contemplating if owning a boat is right for your fami

Up in the Air Introduction to Gymnastics

Written by Recreation Magazine on November 3rd, 2018. Posted in Events, Gymnastics for boys, Gymnastics for kids peoria

In 2004, 16-year-old Carly Patterson won Olympic gold in the women’s All-Around gymnastics event, followed by Nastia Lukin in 2008, Gabrielle (Gabby) Douglas in 2012, and Simone Biles in 2016. The resulting boom in gymnastics participation has lead to gyms offering everything from Tiny Tot Tumbling to gymnastic classes for adults.

Something to Cheer About

Competitive cheer leading has no doubt also contributed to increased enrollment in gymnastics classes across the U.S. Most cheerleaders will perform one of more tumbling passes in the course of a competitive routine, featuring such moves as back layouts, handsprings, back tucks, and elements done in combination.

Gymnasts who decide to leave gymnastics behind have another outlet for their skills and energy: cheer leading. Up to 98% of female cheerleaders are former gymnasts. Whether competing for a gym-based team or for their high school team