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The Latest from your Friends!

Our Third Annual Trout Season Event is Saturday April 1st beginning at 7:00 AM at Trough Creek State Park.  Our group will be set up again at the copperas rock picnic area.  This year we will be offering a chance to win a backpack to anyone who signs up to be a member of our group.  Donations are always welcome, however this year we are including an opportunity for young anglers to have a chance to win one of two “Camper” Lego sets or one of two fishing rods. Water bottles and stickers with our logo will be available for sale along with the State Park Passport Booklets we have been selling at the park office.  Our group will once again provide hot chocolate, coffee, hotdogs, chips, water, cookies, and new this year will be ham and bean soup. We will hold the drawing at 1:00PM. Need not be present to win. Hope to see you there!

Playground Coming Soon!

It was a cold, blustery day for our group but our playground is really coming together. Cement is to be poured this week, weather permitting, to secure the swing set, see saw, and the two spring riders. Thank you to those members who braved the cold temperatures today to help bring this project closer to completion.

Attention Campers!

Firewood for Sale! Just $5.00 a Bundle!

Our volunteers work hard during the fall and winter months cutting, splitting and bundling firewood to be sold within the campground. The Friends group is undertaking a project to install playgrounds at both respective parks for youth to enjoy. This is an expensive proposition. The selling of firewood contributes to this cause and your honesty is greatly appreciated.

Upcoming Work Days!

Nothing to report! Stay tuned for more updates!

Our Mission:

The Friends of Trough Creek and Warriors Path State Parks exists to be stewards of the parks' natural beauty; to promote the history of the parks and the communities surrounding them; to educate visitors; and to develop, restore and maintain the parks' resources to expand opportunities for recreation in all seasons.

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