§ 155.303   RECREATIONAL USE STANDARDS.
   The following standards shall apply to all permitted uses, conditional uses and special uses, as set forth in the Use Regulations Table (Table 2-1 § 155.202(B)). Additional design considerations may be outlined in the Clayton General Design Guidelines.
   (A)   Indoor Entertainment. Amusement activities carried on wholly within a building. Typical uses include bowling alleys, billiard parlors, theaters, escape rooms, video game arcades, laser tag, indoor paint ball, skating rink, and activities of a similar nature. This does not include an adult-oriented business or adult-oriented amusement center.
   (B)   Outdoor Entertainment. Amusement activities where any portion of the activity takes place outside or in the open, excluding recreation centers and parks. Typical uses include batting cages, golf driving ranges, go-cart tracks, outdoor paint ball, drive-in theater, outdoor skating rink, and miniature golf courses.
   (C)   Fitness/Recreation Center. A facility for conducting recreational activities, either indoors or outdoors, including but not limited to raquetball, handball, swimming, running, weight lifting, athletic fields, tennis courts, and aerobic exercises. This facility may also include classrooms, babysitting, and limited food service for the facility.
   (D   Golf Course. A facility providing a golf recreation area designed for executive or regulation play along with accessory support facilities, excluding miniature golf.
   (E)   Gun Range. An enclosed facility used for the discharge of firearms or projectiles at targets.
   (F)   Park. An outdoor recreation area relying on a natural resource base or man-made recreation amenity and developed with a low to medium intensity of impact on the land. Typical uses include greenway (non-equestrian multi-use trail) systems, community gardens, wildlife management, playground, dog park, other small-scale recreational amenities, such as sand volleyball, basketball, or tennis court, or other active recreational opportunities, as well as demonstration areas for historical, cultural, scientific, educational, or other purposes that relate to the natural qualities of the area, and support facilities for such activities. Commercial amusement facilities, such as water slides, miniature golf, or go-cart tracks, are not considered parks (see “outdoor entertainment”).
   (G)   Stable, Private. The breeding, boarding, training, or raising care of horses owned by the occupants or owners of the premises.
(Ord. 2012-04-03, passed 4-2-12; Am. Ord. 2012-12-03, passed 12-3-12; Am. Ord. 2017-04-06, passed 4-3-17)