From Project for Public Spaces, two easy-to-implement Visitor Surveys used in a study for New Jersey’s Liberty State Park:

  • One is designed to elicit on-site visitor feelings and ideas for future development;
  • the other, to elicit feelings about the park from people in the community and get their ideas for future development

And from Philadelphia Green, a simple survey that is easy to conduct, yet yields an immense amount of information. It’s particularly useful at an early stage of inquiry, to aid in the process of understanding basic park issues (along with what can and cannot be determined from surveys).

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