Complete boating, watercraft survey

Posted 6/13/21

Arizona State Parks and Trails, in collaboration with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, is launching the 2021 Boating and Watercraft Survey.

With more than 10,000 acres of water surface at …

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Complete boating, watercraft survey

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Arizona State Parks and Trails, in collaboration with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, is launching the 2021 Boating and Watercraft Survey.

With more than 10,000 acres of water surface at Lake Pleasant serving as a great destination in the city of Peoria, residents are encouraged to complete the survey at www.azstateparks.com/survey.

The agency hopes to gather data from people using Arizona’s lakes, rivers and waterfronts for boating and other water activities.

The Boating and Watercraft Survey is completed every three years and helps inform managers of water-based recreation statewide, funding distribution, and resource management.

This year, Arizona is focusing on the experiences of resident Arizona boaters while also attempting to get feedback from all boaters while they are visiting Arizona waterways in the summer of 2021.

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