Harrogate Borough Council has launched a consultation on the future of free outdoor gyms in Knaresborough and Starbeck.
The authority recently removed equipment at Knaresborough House and Belmont Park, which it installed in 2011 at a cost of £9,000.
It said the equipment, which included a cross country skier, push up/dip station, seated chest press and leg press, had reached the end of its life and was “in danger of causing injury”.
Council officials want to replace the kit with similar equipment.
A public consultation has been launched online and will close on Sunday, September 26.
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A post on the council’s Parks and Environmental Service Facebook page said:
“This consultation will gather opinions from local residents to help us create the most suitable design for the fitness area.
“The public consultation report will be used to create a wish list for the design brief, which will influence the final decision.”
You can give your views on the future of the outdoor gym areas in Starbeck and Knaresborough here.