Friends of Crooked River State Park hosts annual volunteer event – Sept 25

Friends of Crooked River State Park
Press Release
September 17, 2021


6222 Charlie Smith Sr Hwy, Saint Marys, GA 31558

Contact: 912-882-5256

Crooked River State Park

Friends of Crooked River State Park will host its annual volunteer celebration for Your State Parks Day, September 25th from 9am-noon. Come out and join in on a variety of work projects to keep our local park looking its best. Learn something new as you work alongside park staff and experts. Volunteer projects will range from weeding, gardening, building, clean-up, trial maintenance, and more. There is something for everyone so all ages and abilities are welcome to participate in this statewide day of volunteering. Please bring gardening or work gloves, snacks, bug spray, sunscreen, and a refillable water bottle. If you are interested in working in the pollinator restoration area please bring a rake, if you would like to join in on trail maintenance please bring loppers, cutters, hand or pole saws.

Volunteers will receive FREE entry to the park for the day.

Please meet at Group Shelter 3 at 8am to check in.

Registration is encouraged but not required, walk ups are welcome. To register yourself or your family please contact the park office 912-882-5256 or email [email protected].

Groups interested in registering please contact Dori Brink 912-322-4457.

Friends of Crooked River is a not for profit organization supporting the mission of Crooked River State Park. For more information or to become a member visit our Facebook page, Instagram or Members of Friends of Crooked River State Park receive an annual park pass to all GA state parks as well as discounts on camping, rentals, special events, and many other perks. Sign up today at or stop by the park office.

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Mark Tomes
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Mark Tomes(@mtomes)
2 years ago

Crooked River State Park is a real gem of natural beauty right in our own backyard, almost (just right across the state line).