Department of Natural Resources
Michigan is blessed with some of the best State Parks in the nation. Millions of visitors from all over the country enjoy camping, boating, hiking and numerous other outdoor activities in Michigan State Parks. The Adopt-a-Park program gives volunteers an opportunity to support the wonderful natural heritage of our State Park system.
The goal of the Adopt-A-Park program is to establish a program that will allow volunteer groups to assist state park staff in maintaining and enhancing state parks. Volunteers wishing to adopt a state park can choose from any of the following volunteer activities:
A group wishing to Adopt-a-Park must submit an application to the park supervisor of the park they wish to adopt. The activities they perform will be designated by that supervisor.
Requirements to Adopt-a-Park are as follows:
Completion of 100 service hours will result in the placement of a sign with the volunteer group's organizational name near the state park headquarters.
If you have any questions or need more information on this program, please contact Jason Fleming at 517-284-6098.