Chapter 10 HSPM 1 Final
National parks in the United States typically see approximately
300 million visitors per year
Which company originally opened its theme park for employees to relax and have fun when they were not on the job?
The hierarchy (from the top down) of club management is
members, board of directors, executive committee, general manager
Recreation is defined as
refreshment of strength and spirit
Typical theme parks are Opryland and Disneyland, areas set aside just for
fun, rides, and recreation for families
The first metropolitan park system was established in
Fairmont San Jose Hotel is located within one mile radius of the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. According to San Jose Ordinance No. 27644, how much HBID fee is assessed per room per night?
Flat fee of $2.00
Which of the following is the primary difference between club management and hotel management?
Club members feel more ownership of the property than hotel guests.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse first appeard in ____________ animated movie.
The two major themes of Epcot are
Future World and World Showcase
In 1916, which of the following organizations was founded to conserve park resources and to provide for their use by the public?
National Park Service
Noncommercial recreation includes
the armed forces, YMCA/YWCA, boy and girl scouts
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel near the San Jose International Airport is located out of the three mile radius of the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. According to San Jose Ordinance No. 27644, how much HBID fee is assessed per room per night?
The Liberty Bell resides in which city?
There is a direct relationship between recreation and
The type of club that is predominantly business oriented is a
Which theme park company is dedicated to preserving marine life and uses innovative programs to research wildlife dilemmas?
Sea World Parks
Which of the following was NOT one of the wonders of the ancient world?
Colosseum in Rome
With country clubs, the type of membership that enables members to use all the facilities all the time is a(n)
Historic places, sites, and museum are a part of what is now called