We Could Use a Friend Like You!
Your membership in the Friends of the Hocking Hills State Park can help:
- Preserve and protect the natural beauty of Hocking Hills State Park.
- Promote and support educational projects within the Park.
- Increase public awareness of the Hocking Hills State Park.
- Fund projects like a new astronomy education center, wildlife viewing blinds, trail updates and improvements, educational programs and much, much more.
You will receive an annual membership card depicting an area of the Hocking Hills which will identify you as a Friends members and entitle you to discounts on products and services at out participating Business Partners. CLICK HERE for a complete listing.
INDIVIDUAL/FAMILY Member - Contribution Levels:
Day Tripper - $25.00
Explorer - $50.00
Adventurer - $100.00
Trail Blazer - $250.0 +
ONLINE: Click Here to join online and receive immediate access to Friends Insider discounts and member's only page with a full business partner listing and special offers.
BY MAIL: Simply download, complete, and return the Friends of the Hocking Hills State Parks Membership Application to become a part of something great.
Once registered, you'll receive access to insider information about park news, projects, and initiatives, as well as the many membership benefits offered to Friends.
Would you like your business or organization to be a member or event sponsor? CLICK HERE for details.
Your membership makes a difference!
2014 Contributors - Thank you!
Omie Warner & Clyde Gosnell
Vince & Elizabeth Fortunato
|Eben and Jeanne Kent|
|Paul Westenheffer and Annette Haggarty|
|Sandy & Brian Woodruff|
|Kenneth & Adele Brown|
|Kevin and Kosby Carrico|
|Marc & Natalie Herdman|
|Mike & Courtney Orr|
|George & Lana Sakash|
|Paul WOlansky & Ryan Kazmierczak|
|Eloise Del Matto|
|Jim & Mary Kishler|
|Anna M. Miller|
|Bruce & Katryn Renard|
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Todd and Miriam Poling receive Friend of the Year Award. Ohio State Parks Assistant Cheif Jon Dobney praised the group for its accomplishments. Mac Albin, Franklin County Metro Parks shared the water life and more of Clear Creek Metro Park.Complete Story »