[ adjective ] used of locations; having beautiful natural scenery
Used in print(Richard I. McCosh, "Recreation Site Selection"...)
Naturally , a park site with scenic views , a good lake , trees , and sand_dunes , will attract more people than a nearby area with only trees and dunes .
Some recreation features , such as scenic values and water interest , also have greater overall value than other interests .
This follows naturally since frontage on an ocean , stream , or lake provides scenic values and opportunities for the very popular recreation activities of bathing , fishing , boating , and other water_sports .
However , a narrow strip may be very practical for small developments , or to provide additional stream frontage for a fisherman 's trail , or include scenic strips within the park unit .(Evan Esar, Humorous English; a guide to comic ,...)
Such items recall the California journalist who reported an accident involving a movie_star : `` The area in which Miss_N - was injured is spectacularly scenic '' .
[ adjective ] (theater) of or relating to the stage or stage scenery