Join Us The volunteer group that funds and runs an 842-acre park.

The volunteer group that funds and runs an 842-acre park.

The Friends pay for about 97% of all operating, maintenance, and improvement costs at Salt Springs State Park and have done so since 1994. We raise money through grants, donations, in-kind contributions, and, importantly, membership fees.

Please Join

Membership is inexpensive, and contributions are tax deductible. Membership benefits include:

  • Monthly emailed newsletter
  • Discounted program fees for selected programs
  • Discounts on selected items in the gift shop
  • Discount on pavilion reservations


    $30 Per Year


      $50 Per Year


        $75 Per Year


          $100 Per Year


            $250 Per Year

            Best Friend

              $500 Per Year

              Other Ways to Join

              By Mail

              Print a membership application form and send it along with a check made out to "The Friends of Salt Springs Park, Inc." to the following address:

              PO Box 541
              Montrose, PA 18801

              By Phone

              Call us at 570-967-7275 to join and pay by credit card.


              Fill out our membership application and pay with PayPal.


              Members have helped the Friends achieve many goals.

              These are just a few:

              • Replace picnic tables
              • Establish a campground
              • Expand trail system from 3 to 15 miles
              • Build a pavilion
              • Upgrade parking facilities
              • Renovate the 19th century farm buildings
              • Provide popular recreational, historical, and environmental programs
              Williams Pavillion

              Projects under development, for which membership support is crucial, include these:

              • Stabilize and renovate the old carriage barn
              • Expand educational and public programs
              • Establish new camping areas
              • Work with other organizations to support mutual projects

              New memberships provide indirect support for the Friends as well. Granting agencies are more willing to provide funds to organizations whose memberships continue to grow.

              building picnic tables

              Or, make a one-time donation today!