Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako Parks & Outdoor Recreation Study
The Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako (RDBN) recognizes the important role of parks and outdoor recreation in the overall quality of life and sustainability of the region. In response to increased public demand for outdoor recreation opportunities and challenges faced by volunteer groups to upkeep and expand existing parks, trails, campsites, boat ramps, and other outdoor amenities, the Regional District has retained a consulting team to complete a Parks and Outdoor Recreation Services Study. The survey represents the first phase of the Study.

Your feedback will help the RDBN understand the current challenges and opportunities for enhancing outdoor recreation in rural areas of the region. Survey results will inform the development of a parks and outdoor recreation needs assessment.

Visit www.rdbn.bc.ca/recreation for project information, ways to get involved and to stay updated!
Are you part of a volunteer group or society that maintains a park, trail or recreation area in the RDBN? *
If you responded yes to the previous question, please indicate the name of the group you have a membership with or volunteer with.
Your answer
5. Rank the following statements from 1 (Strongly Agree) to 5 (Strongly Disagree)
Please rank the following statements
1 - Strongly Agree
2 - Agree
3 - Neutral
4 - Disagree
5 - Strongly Disagree
Parks and outdoor recreation enhance overall quality of life for residents
Parks and outdoor recreation contribute to tourism and local economies
Parks and outdoor recreation help attract new and retain existing residents
Parks and outdoor recreation play an important role in Individual health and well-being
How often do you use the following outdoor recreation amenities?
Never
Seldom to a few times a year
A few times a month (during the season it is available)
A few times a week (during the season it is available)
Daily (during the season it is available)
Mountain biking trails
Hiking trails
Campsites
Access to water (boat launches, docks, beaches)
Rivers and lakes (e.g. for fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, etc.)
Day use picnic areas
Snowmobile trails
ATV Trails
Cross-country skiing trails and snowshoe areas or trails
Horseback riding trails
How satisfied are you with how well existing parks, trails and recreation areas in the RDBN are maintained and operated?
Satisfied
Neutral
Unsatisfied
n/a
Mountain biking trails
Hiking trails
Campsites
Access to water (boat launches, docks, beaches)
Rivers and lakes (e.g. for fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, etc.)
Day use picnic areas
Snowmobile trails
ATV trails
Cross-country skiing trails and snowshoe areas or trails
Horseback riding trails
To what extent would you like to see existing parks, trails and recreation areas in the RDBN improved?
Need to be improved
Stay the same
n/a
Mountain biking trails
Hiking trails
Campsites
Access to water (boat launches, docks, beaches)
Rivers and lakes (e.g. for fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, etc.)
Day use picnic areas
Snowmobile trails
ATV trails
Cross-country skiing trails and snowshoe areas or trails
Horseback riding trails
Using examples, tell us about any challenges you have experienced using existing parks and recreation areas within the RDBN?
Your answer
3. ln which age category do you fall? *
Where do you live? *
Please refer to map below to clarify if you live in the Regional District Electoral Area or within the Municipality, District or Village boundaries.
11. Do you have any additional comments or suggestions for the RDBN to consider regarding parks and outdoor recreation needs and opportunities?
Your answer
Please provide your email address if you would like to receive updates on the RDBN Parks & Outdoor Recreation Study.
Your answer
Thank you for your time!
Thank you for taking the time to fill out this survey. Survey results will inform the development of an overall parks and outdoor recreation needs assessment. We will share the results and seek further input on how any possible needs identified through this survey can best be met and what role, if any, the Regional District should play in providing parks, trails and outdoor recreation opportunities.

Visit www.rdbn.bc.ca/recreation for project information, ways to get involved and to stay updated!
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