CORNELL (WKOW) -- The state Department of Natural Resources is asking for your help to make state parks better.
The agency released a report on which activities are becoming more popular and which are losing steam. The DNR says people aren't playing softball like they used to and even picnicking is down.
But other activities are growing.
Mike Rivers, manager of Brunet Island State Park in Cornell, says they've seen an increase in "the silent sport type things like kayaking and canoeing, bicycling. We hardly ever see a camper come in anymore that doesn't have bikes or kayaks on the car"
The report also recommends more public boating access points, more funding for state parks and building more city parks.
The DNR wants to know if you agree with the report. Public comments on the plan are being accepted through July 6, 2012, and should be sent to:
Wisconsin State Parks
PO Box 7921, PR/6
Madison, WI 53707
You can also email Prey at email@example.com.
You can comment on the report through July 16.
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