Friends Spotlight, Florida Caverns State Park

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Friends of Florida Caverns State Park

Sometimes it takes a village. Florida Caverns State Park is grateful for their village of supporters, the Friends of Florida Caverns State Park.

The Friends of Florida Caverns State Park, a 501C3 non-profit organization founded in 2003, is comprised of volunteers who dedicate time and experience to assist the staff and visitors of the Florida Caverns State Park. Several of the charter members are still active and involved in the group’s activities. 

The organization serves the park visitors by purchasing firewood, maintaining a coin-operated washer and dryer for the campers and maintaining a penny press in the museum. The group purchased a golf cart park for volunteers to use, making their work easier. 
The Friends organization assists the park with annual events including Astronomy in the Park, Earth Day and Caverns Cultural Celebration. They are a part of the park’s “going green” movement. 

Board members meet monthly to plan and coordinate efforts. The group holds quarterly meetings for community outreach and education. 
For more information about how you can get involved, visit the Friends of Florida Caverns State Park website.