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The Latest from your Friends!

Our friends group was hard at it both Saturday and today cleaning up around pavilion one at Warriors Path State Park.  This past week one of our members cut up a dead oak tree on the lower road and a few of our members went out Friday evening to load the billets to take to our shed for wood sales.  We have some very hard working members in our group and we hope they know how much they’re appreciated.  Thank you to you all!


After three years of fundraising our playground for the campground at Trough Creek State Park has finally become a reality. Our friends group is beyond excited to see it complete. We have had our obstacles to overcome but what a beautiful result! Our group has held first day of trout season events as a fundraiser and we have received some private monetary donations, however wood sales at the campground has been our primary money maker.  We’d like to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone who has helped to support our friends group.  Your generosity has been very much appreciated. The friends group would also like to acknowledge and say thank you for the very professional job from Tanner Manspeaker of T&C Excavating and Trucking Inc. of Saxton for all site preparation.  Last and certainly not least we want to thank park manager Joe Basil for his support throughout the project.

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 selling of firewood contributes to improvements made at both respective parks. Your honesty is greatly appreciated.

Upcoming Work Days!

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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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