As part of the ongoing restoration project at Worth Park, Crawley Borough Council is seeking public opinion on the leisure programme available in the park.
The five-year restoration project is being financed by a £2.42million Heritage Lottery Fund grant.
The council will be conducting a public consultation to help discover what games and other activities people would enjoy trying.
The consultation launches on October 9 and lasts for 10 weeks.
Interested residents will be able to fill in either an online or paper form.
Suggestions so far include themed walks, croquet drop-ins, tennis sessions, pétanque (a form of boules) and cycle rides.
They may also include anything from equipment hire for informal use to help with getting a group started or suitable access arrangements.
Cllr Duncan Crow, Cabinet member for Leisure and Culture, said: “We already have an active croquet club, which we value highly, but people may prefer to play on a more informal basis.
“They may also be interested in other lawn games made available to play with friends and family.
“The consultation provides a chance for the public to have their say and will give the council a better understanding of how to take it forward.”
To have your say visit www.crawley.gov.uk/worthpark after October 9 to complete the survey online.
For a paper copy, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Edwina Livesey on 01293 438027.