The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation is asking for public input on the facilities at Fall Creek Falls State Park. According to an email sent to Tennessee State Park supporters, the department seeks input on current park conditions and future upgrades. The email says the feedback they receive will potentially be used to make upgrades and changes at Fall Creek Falls and other state parks.
To gather the feedback, Tennessee State Parks developed a survey to measure thoughts on the park’s current condition, amenities, recreation activities and other park services.
If you are interested in providing input,
The survey is about 33 questions long and will take about 15 minutes to complete. Responses are anonymous.
The survey is available until Monday, October 16, 2017.