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Eugenia Falls Conservation Area Survey

The Grey Sauble Conservation Authority is undertaking a Management Plan for the Eugenia Falls Conservation Area.  The purpose of this process is to better understand the issues, challenges, and potentials for the Eugenia Falls Conservation Area, and to develop a Plan that will assist with the protection, conservation, and management of the property within an ecosystem framework and, in consultation with the community, to ensure watershed health, public enjoyment, and environmental and financial sustainability.

The responses collected from this survey will be utilized to inform our ongoing planning for visitor experiences and to refine the planning process.

What month did you most recently visit Eugenia Falls Conservation Area?
How did you hear about Eugenia Falls?
Have you visited Eugenia Falls Conservation Area before?
If yes, how often do you visit this Conservation area?
How Did You Arrive at Eugenia Falls
If You Arrived By Motorized Vehicle What Type of Parking Pass Did You Purchase?
Do you have a Season Pass for 2020?
If yes, What is main motivation for purchasing pass?
What is your Average Length of Stay?
What time of day do you prefer to visit?
What was the Number of People in your Party on last visit?
What was the main reason for your most recent visit?
Which activities do you typically participate in at Eugenia Falls Conservation Area?
What activities or amenities do you think should be added at Eugenia Falls Conservation Area?

Please rate the following from 1 to 5 (with 1 being poor and 5 being excellent):




a. State of Conservation Area
b. Quality of Trails
c. Quality of Signage
d. Availability of Parking
e. Cost of Parking

When visiting a Conservation Area, how important is each of the following to your visit? (with 1 being not important and 5 being very important)


a. Access to friendly, responsive staff

b. Useful visitor guides and trail maps available
c. Clear information about rules and visitor safety
d. Access to clean washroom facilities
e. Sheltered picnic areas
f. Access to picnic tables and benches
g. Well-kept roads and parking areas
h. Interpretive Signage
i. Weekend programing (guided hikes, workshops, etc.)
j. Accessible features for those with limited mobility

The following information is optional but very helpful to GSCA for planning purposes.

Postal Code or Zip Code

Age Category (optional)
Which Gender Identity do you most identify with (optional)
Comments or Questions

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