The Outdoor Recreation ClipArt gallery offers 108 illustrations illustrations of hunting, archery, and other outdoor recreational pastimes.

This sign indicates that archery is located nearby.

Archer, Black and White

This sign indicates that archery is located nearby.

This sign indicates that archery is located nearby.

Archer, Color

This sign indicates that archery is located nearby.

This sign indicates that archery is located nearby.

Archer, Outline

This sign indicates that archery is located nearby.

This sign indicates that archery is located nearby.

Archer, Silhouette

This sign indicates that archery is located nearby.

Adults with bows and arrows.

Archery

Adults with bows and arrows.

Archer shooting right.

Archery

Archer shooting right.

Archer shooting left.

Archery

Archer shooting left.

Woman demonstrating the standing position.

Archery

Woman demonstrating the standing position.

Man demonstrating the how to string a bow.

Archery

Man demonstrating the how to string a bow.

Men playing aerial archery.

Archery

Men playing aerial archery.

A well dressed man shooting a bow.

Archery

A well dressed man shooting a bow.

A well dressed woman shooting a bow.

Archery

A well dressed woman shooting a bow.

Three girls on the beach with buckets and shovels. A sailboat passes by in the background.

Girls on the Beach

Three girls on the beach with buckets and shovels. A sailboat passes by in the background.

Two young people sitting on the beach. Others are walking along the shore. There is a sailboat in the distance.

Relaxing on the Beach

Two young people sitting on the beach. Others are walking along the shore. There is a sailboat in the…

"A pair of runners connected by a framework, used (sometimes with another pair) to carry loads or support the body of a vehicle, or, when of lighter build and supporting a light platform or seat, in the sport of coasting and for drawing light loads by hand. A, bob-sled, composed of two short sleds a, a1 connected by a perch b, which is attached to the sled a1 by a king bolt c, on which the sled a1 turns freely, thereby enabling it to be turned around in a space a little wider than its own length: the box or body of the sled, when one is used, is supported on the bolsters d, d1." —Whitney, 1889

Bobsled - Side View

"A pair of runners connected by a framework, used (sometimes with another pair) to carry loads or support…

A boy leaving his friends.

Boy

A boy leaving his friends.

An illustration of a boy climbing a tree.

Boy Climbing Tree

An illustration of a boy climbing a tree.

Boy flying kite

Boy flying kite

Boy flying kite

A boy hopping as he loses his hat.

Boy Hopping

A boy hopping as he loses his hat.

Boy jumping

Boy jumping

Boy jumping

A boy jumping over a log.

Boy Jumping

A boy jumping over a log.

A boy jumping.

Boy Jumping

A boy jumping.

An illustration of a small boy sitting on a cart.

Boy on Cart

An illustration of a small boy sitting on a cart.

An illustration of a young boy playing with a small ball.

Boy Playing with Ball

An illustration of a young boy playing with a small ball.

A boy running

Boy Running

A boy running

Boy vaulting

Boy vaulting

Boy vaulting

An illustration of a woman and two children canoeing.

Family Canoeing

An illustration of a woman and two children canoeing.

An illustration of two men carrying small row boats on their back.

Carrying Boat

An illustration of two men carrying small row boats on their back.

"Soldiers playing 'catch the pig.' Thanksgiving festivities at Fort Pulaski, Ga., Thursday, November 27th, 1862. While the loyal citizens of the North were eating their turkeys the Federal soldiers in the South were also celebrating their Thanksgiving. We illustrate the amusement indulged in at Fort Pulaski, Ga. The grand attraction of the day, however, was th <em>fete</em> given by the officers of the Forty-eighth Regiment, New York Volunteers, Colonel Barton, and Company G, Third Rhode Island Regiment."— Frank Leslie, 1896

Catching the Pig

"Soldiers playing 'catch the pig.' Thanksgiving festivities at Fort Pulaski, Ga., Thursday, November…

A child running

Child Running

A child running

Two children playing a game with a ball.

Children Playing

Two children playing a game with a ball.

"Soldiers climbing up a greased pole. Thanksgiving festivities at Fort Pulaski, Ga., Thursday, November 27th, 1862. While the loyal citizens of the North were eating their turkeys the Federal soldiers in the South were also celebrating their Thanksgiving. We illustrate the amusement indulged in at Fort Pulaski, Ga. The grand attraction of the day, however, was th <em>fete</em> given by the officers of the Forty-eighth Regiment, New York Volunteers, Colonel Barton, and Company G, Third Rhode Island Regiment."— Frank Leslie, 1896

Climbing Pole

"Soldiers climbing up a greased pole. Thanksgiving festivities at Fort Pulaski, Ga., Thursday, November…

Duck shooting on Saratoga Lake, New York.

Duck Shooting

Duck shooting on Saratoga Lake, New York.

A high-born, noblewoman rides a stallion while holding a falcon perched on her right hand. She is wearing a falconry glove and holds the horses reins in her left hand. She is wearing the traditional dress for the upper class during the late Middle Ages, or Medieval period, including a piece of fabric wrapped over her head and down around her neck. The ends of the fabric fly out over her shoulders as she rides. Only the front hooves of the horse are visible. A man on horseback follows her in the background.

Falconry as Practiced by a Noblewoman of the Middle Ages on Horseback

A high-born, noblewoman rides a stallion while holding a falcon perched on her right hand. She is wearing…

An illustration of a small fire and smoke.

Small Fire and Smoke

An illustration of a small fire and smoke.

Man walks through a glade in the forest.

Forest glade

Man walks through a glade in the forest.

An illustration of a group of men riding horses and fox hunting.

Fox Hunting

An illustration of a group of men riding horses and fox hunting.

An illustration of mumming, or masquerading, in Windsor Castle Garden during the fourteenth century. The garden is enclosed in a fence and flowers planted around the garden.

Mumming at Windsor Castle Garden

An illustration of mumming, or masquerading, in Windsor Castle Garden during the fourteenth century.…

Four children are standing outside, engaged in conversation. One child has his arm around the neck of a large dog. A girl jumps rope in the background.

Social Gathering

Four children are standing outside, engaged in conversation. One child has his arm around the neck of…

An illustration of a man on one knee preparing to shoot a geese that is flying overhead.

Geese Hunting

An illustration of a man on one knee preparing to shoot a geese that is flying overhead.

A girl standing in the ocean crying while a crab looks at her.

Girl in Ocean

A girl standing in the ocean crying while a crab looks at her.

Girl skipping and dog.

Girl skipping

Girl skipping and dog.

Girl swinging

Girl swinging

Girl swinging

Girls running.

Girls running

Girls running.

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Golf Cart Crossing, Black and White

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Golf Cart Crossing, Color

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Golf Cart Crossing, Outline

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Golf Cart Crossing, Silhouette

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

An outdoor scene

Great Outdoors

An outdoor scene

An illustration of a group consisting of three females and one male playing in water.

Group Playing in Water

An illustration of a group consisting of three females and one male playing in water.

This sign indicates that hand gliding is located nearby.

Hand Glider, Color

This sign indicates that hand gliding is located nearby.

This sign indicates that hand gliding is located nearby.

Hand Glider, Outline

This sign indicates that hand gliding is located nearby.

This sign indicates that hand gliding is located nearby.

Hand Glider, Silhouette

This sign indicates that hand gliding is located nearby.

This sign indicates that hang gliding is located nearby.

Hang Glider, Black and White

This sign indicates that hang gliding is located nearby.

These Hargrave box kites are named so after their inventor, Lawrence Hargrave of Sydney. These kites generally have two rectangular cells covered with nainsook cloth, except at the top and bottom, and one is secured above the other by four or more sticks. Some of these kites stand 9 ft. high, have 70 sq. ft. of lifting surface, and weigh only eleven pounds.The kites can be flown singly or in tandem.

Hargrave Kite

These Hargrave box kites are named so after their inventor, Lawrence Hargrave of Sydney. These kites…

A man is carrying a heavy package or backpack up a steep hill. He is also holding a covered basket in his left hand.

Hiker with Backpack

A man is carrying a heavy package or backpack up a steep hill. He is also holding a covered basket in…