Proposals for new facilities at Newbold Comyn will be showcased at a drop-in session in Leamington town centre next week.
The session will take place at Leamington Library on Tuesday October 29 from 11am to 6pm.
Kris Walton, spokesman for Warwick District Council said: "SLC, who have been appointed to help plan the future of Newbold Comyn, have provided three sketches of what the future layout of the comyn may look like.
"But how Newbold Comyn might eventually look is not limited to just these three.
"Each facility has the potential to impact on the location and size of another facility, so the options have been drawn up to show how they might fit together, depending on people’s preferences.
"The survey itself asks people to give their views on all of the potential facilities available and not just these three illustrations.
"The council will then analyse the results of the consultation with councillors to determine the best facilities based on interest, viability, and the impact on the local area."
After the closure of the 18-hole golf course at the end of 2017, the district council asked the public what they wanted on the 120-hectare country park and its facilities.
This led to a huge response with thousands of responses, which the council said demonstrates how important the site is to the public.
The public consultation for the proposals will close on 10 November 2019.
To complete a survey on the proposals click here.