Citizens can fill out surveys for individual parks at tnstateparks.com/about/surveys1. The surveys will be open through Oct. 16 and take about 10-15 minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous.
“We are interested in hear what park visitors think about the current condition of our parks, the amenities, recreation activities and the various other services we provide,” said TDEC Deputy Commissioner Brock Hill. “This feedback will help us better understand our visitors’ needs and help us address those needs in the future.”
Middle Tennessee state parks include Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, Bledsoe Creek State Park, Burgess Falls State Park, Cedars of Lebanon State Park, Cordell Hull Birthplace State Park, Cummins Galls State Park, Edgar Evins State Park, Harpeth River State Park, Henry Horton State Park, Long Hunter State Park, Montgomery Bell State Park, Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, Pickett State Park, Radnor Lake State Natural Area, Rock Island State Park, Sergeant Alvin C. York State Park, South Cumber State Recreation Area, Standing Stone State Park and Tims Ford State Park.
It is requested only customers who visit a given park or use its various facilities complete the survey. For questions, contact Jeni Lind Brinkman at firstname.lastname@example.org.