Welcome to the website of The Friends of the Clark County Park District!
Who are The Friends of the Clark County Park District? We are a group of members that are dedicated to growing and enhancing the parks in the Clark County (Ohio) Park District. Our non-profit organization was founded in 1990 with the singular goal of assisting the Clark County Park District with programs, restoration, and more. Our goals include:
- Preserving open spaces and promoting the use and appreciation of such lands.
- Developing, promoting, and utilizing an effective volunteer program to assist the Park District.
- Continued research into potentially significant natural areas for acquisition and preservation by the Clark County Park District.
- Working together with the Clark County Park District to ensure the continued existence of Clark County Parks and future parks programs.
Become a Member of the Friends of the Clark County Park District!
The Friends of the Clark County Park District meet the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Davidson Interpretive Center near George Rogers Clark Park. Our meetings are a great way to learn more about upcoming activities and events in our parks, and we invite everyone to attend.
If you are interested in learning more about our nature programs, history walks, the Fair at New Boston or any number of upcoming events, download our latest edition of The Park Bench. This quarterly newsletter is a quick and easy way to stay up-to-date on park events.