Friends Groups at Tennessee State Parks
In 1993, Tennessee passed legislation authorizing private, non-profit groups to organize for maintaining and enhancing the purposes, programs and functions of the state park system. These groups, more commonly known as Friends, are concerned citizens who have banded together to assist in protecting, preserving and promoting the beauty and the splendor of their favorite state park. They give selflessly of their time, talents and energy to help ensure the parks integrity is intact for future generations to enjoy. To find out more about a group or how to get involved with one, check out the Friends Web page or contact the Tennessee State Parks volunteer coordinator at email@example.com or 615-532-5249.
Thanks to all that attended the 15th Annual Friends Conference at Montgomery Bell State Park this past November. We had a great time and look forward to seeing you next year at Henry Horton State Park on November 1-3, 2019.
Which State Parks and State Natural Areas have a Friends Group?
There are 47 active and established Friends groups. To learn more about a group or how to get involved, visit the group’s website (if available) or contact the volunteer coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-532-5249.
Big Cypress Tree State Park
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
Chickasaw State Park
Cove Lake State Park
Natchez Trace State Park
Cordell Hull Birthplace State Historic Park
Frozen Head State Park
Norris Dam State Park
Reelfoot Lake State Park
David Crockett State Park
T.O Fuller State Park
Harpeth River State Park
Johnsonville State Historic Park
Mousetail Landing State Park
Pickett State Park
Standing Stone State Park
Tims Ford State Park
Virgin Falls State Natural Area