Support Your Park
Your support of is an important component of the preservation of Fort Necessity. Your donations enhance the programs and activities to protect park resources and provide visitor services and we are very grateful for your support. There are several ways of supporting Fort Necessity. Find out how you can help.
There are many opportunities to volunteer at Fort Necessity. Use your skills in historical interpretation, welcoming visitors, maintenance trades or the natural sciences in the stewardship of this special place.
Housing and RV campsite are available for full time volunteers and interns. Training, volunteer uniform shirts and/or living history costumes may be provided. Historic black powder weapons training for living history soldiers in usually held in early June.
Send a message to the volunteer coordinator for more information.
College credits may be earned through internships. Students should speak with their advisers about the number of hours required to earn college credit.
Did You Know?
Christoph Jacob Munk and his family emigrated from Germany to Ohio in 1832. They traveled along the National Road. He wrote about rainstorms, a 4 foot rattlesnake, the mountains and sleeping at isolated inns. He also mentions that “it is very troublesome to travel with [a] wife and children.”