“Commercial amusement enterprise” means a location where recreation activities take place. These activities can include but are not limited to stadium, arena, outdoor theater amphitheaters or outdoor music events, theme parks, equestrian facilities, rodeos, circuses, skateboard parks, race tracks, go karts, ATV or motorcycle tracks, and sports stadiums or arenas, bowling alley, dance hall, skating rink, archery club, gun club, private tennis club, private swimming club, or similar athletic club, batting cages, BMX courses, paintball and golf driving ranges. If these activities are an appurtenant use to another commercial use and will occupy less than 25 percent of the floor area of a business, they will not be considered a commercial amusement enterprise and will not require a conditional use permit. “Dwelling unit” means one or more rooms designed, occupied or intended for occupancy as separate living quarters. A dwelling unit includes a single family dwelling, a unit in a two family dwelling/duplex, an apartment or other leased premises leased on a monthly or longer basis, or residential condominium unit. A dwelling unit shall include a detached accessory dwelling unit that is intended for human habitation i.