The McGough Nature Park boardwalk needs to be reconstructed to maintain durability, safety, and comfort. City team members are applying for a grant to fund significant updates to the boardwalk. Please share your thoughts on this 5-minute survey to help inform the grant application and park services. The survey will close in late January 2023. 
 
If this project is funded, rehabilitation of the boardwalk would mean it may be closed for 8-14 months, depending on construction schedules and materials. Other sections of the park will remain open, including walking paths outside of the boardwalk as much as possible. 
 
For questions, please reach out to Chris Hawks at chawks@largo.com or 727-586-7452 Ext. 7452.
 
McGough Nature Park boardwalk (wooden boardwalk through different local trees that winds through the nature park)
Image: McGough Nature Park Boardwalk (wooden boardwalk passing
through local trees and plants). 
 
 

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* 1. How often do you visit the McGough Nature Park? (Select one response.)

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* 2. What is/are your favorite part(s) of McGough Nature Park? (Select all the apply)

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* 3. Plese rate the condition of the boardwalk. (Select one response.)

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* 4. Please describe in a few sentences why you selected the above rating.

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* 5. How do you usually travel to McGough Nature Park? (Select all that apply.)

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* 6. Do you use a mobility aid? (stroller for child or pet, walker, wheelchair, etc.) (Select one response.)

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* 7. What type of programs would you most like to attend at McGough Nature Park for a small fee ($5-$15)? (Select all that apply.)

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* 8. Do you have any additional comments you’d like to share about McGough Nature Park?

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* 9. There will be a community meeting about the Boardwalk Grant Project in early 2023. Please share your email to be added to the Recreation, Parks, & Arts e-newsletter to receive information about the meeting and other recreation activities.

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