The survey should take approximately 5 minutes.
History: The 73-acre property has been acquired through a partnership between the City of Hendersonville and the over 800 donors who contributed to the Friends of Indian Lake Peninsula Non-profit Corporation.
It was purchased with the goal of creating a passive park for the Hendersonville community. A passive park emphasizes the open-space aspect of a park and allows for the preservation of natural habitat. It usually involves a low level of development, such as picnic areas, benches, and trails.
Note: Pictures shown are examples intended to convey the general characteristics of the park elements being described.