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What is the preferred method to tag these type of places dotted around some parks and tracks to do some exercise?

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I note these two.. Tag:leisure=fitness_station and Proposed features/exercise point and find either would be suitable, but there appears to be little use of them yet and no guidance on the MapFeatures page.

asked 18 Nov '13, 07:33

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edited 18 Nov '13, 10:13


Use what you think is best. Also feel free to comment pro and con at the proposal page. This help site is no consensus finding tool. ;-) However some hints:

Look at taginfo about leisure=fitness_station and amenity=exercise_point for current usage and note that wiki-documented tags are likely to be of more value since everybody understands the same. Just a dead proposal page is not really relevant (someone – in fact it was only one person, see page history – has just proposed to use a specific tag).

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answered 18 Nov '13, 10:05

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edited 18 Nov '13, 10:36

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Looking at the 'Distribution of values' on the right side of these links and the tag description, it would seem that a 'Leisure' tag would suit better than an 'Amenity' tag.

http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/leisure

http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/amenity

(18 Nov '13, 10:38) nevw

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