Gresham encourages local citizens to complete Pickwick Landing State Park survey

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) – State Senator Dolores Gresham (R-Somerville) today encouraged local citizens to provide input regarding amenities, recreation activities and various services at Pickwick Landing State Park. A survey is being conducted regarding Pickwick Landing by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. It is also being distributed to campers, inn and cabin guests, marina visitors and others who visit the park.

“Pickwick Landing is very important to our communities,” said Senator Gresham. “In addition to providing a great recreational location for local families to enjoy, it is a very important part of our economy. I urge all citizens that use the park to fill out the survey.”

The survey will be available through September 13 at:

The survey contains up to 23 questions, taking approximately 15 minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous and will be used to potentially make changes at Pickwick Landing or at other state parks. Gresham said one of the desired projects for the park is an amphitheater.

“The number of persons who respond to the survey demonstrates the level of community interest in this park. We certainly want to make sure that officials at the state level understand how important Pickwick Landing is to all of those in our community,” Gresham concluded.


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