Rural Residential Recreation Subdivisions Serving the Washington, D.C. Area, 1963

Hugh A. Johnson & Hugh A. Johnson
Excerpt from the report highlights: A study of 13 rural housing developments built for recreational uses—hereafter referred to as residential recreation subdivisions—-was made in northwestern Virginia and nearby West Virginia. The developments studied are approximately 100 miles from Washington, D.C., or Baltimore, Md. Results are adaptable to other areas in the Nation which have expanding urban complexes. These complexes create new demands for recreational use of privately owned land resources.
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