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Your Input Needed on the Future of Eau Claire County’s Parks

Thursday, January 6, 2022
Josh Pedersen | Eau Claire County Parks & Forest Director

Eau Claire County's parks and outdoor recreation opportunities are important to the quality of life of residents and our tourism economy.  According to Eau Claire County Parks & Forest Director Josh Pedersen, "With our seven county parks, many miles of motorized and non-motorized trails, our lakes and trout streams, and over 52,700 acres of County Forest lands, Eau Claire County is blessed with a wealth of outdoor recreation opportunities for all seasons."

To continue the County's goal of providing quality outdoor recreation opportunities for residents and visitors, the Parks & Forest Department is seeking your input for an update to the Eau Claire County Outdoor Parks & Recreation Plan. Your input will help the County understand how residents and visitors use the County's recreational facilities, along with potential opportunities for future parks and improvements.

An online survey is available at:

The survey will be available through January 31st.  Help us make Eau Claire County an even better place to live, work, and play! Contact the Eau Claire County Parks & Forest Department for additional information at 715-839-4783.


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