A consultation into rejuvenating the Salts Recreation Ground in Seaford saw more than 300 people fill in questionnaires to give their views.
Seaford Town Council set up an information stand at the Salts on Wednesday August 7 and Saturday August 10 to find out what residents wanted to see in the park.
The responses will now be analysed to see what priorities for improvements at the park were revealed.
Amongst the priorities which have emerged are play equipment for an increased range of ages and the removal of the chip bark at the playground.
The next stage will be for a report to be prepared to be presented with the findings from the consultation to Seaford Town Council at its community services committee meeting on September 26.
The town council is planning to revitalise the playground and the rest of the park with a £350,000 cash injection.