Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Do you ever consider Camden's Cooper River Park for a family outing?

READER POLL

Do you ever consider Camden’s Cooper River Park for a family outing?

A planned face-life will bring a handsome combination of paths, boardwalks and overlooks to the waterfront park.

Yes, for picnics, watching regattas mainly
 
  79 (14.1%)
No, concerned about crime spill-over from Camden
 
  306 (54.5%)
Yes, plan to visit more often after park’s $23 million upgrade
 
  67 (11.9%)
No, live in Pa., not familiar with the park’s offerings
 
  214 (38.1%)
Total votes = 561
Elsewhere on the site:
 
Cooper River Park ready for facelift


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