Or in Sean Carroll's words, is it true that "you are better off if your hobbies are nothing like your work"?
Carroll, Sean. "How To Get Tenure at a Major Research University: Cosmic Variance." Cosmic Variance. N.p., 30 Mar. 2011. Web. 09 Oct. 2014.
This question applies for both cases of tenure and cases of applying for academic positions.
It definitely depends on the one who reads your CV. Those who don't care about hobbies will simply scroll this lines about hobbies. Those who care will decide based on their own opinion.
Also it is nice when it will be possible to do your hobbies at the University you apply to. E.g. "sailing" in the middle of continent would look stupid, but same "sailing" in some seaside city can make sense and add another reason why you would like to work there.