In recent years, partnerships have become a way to get things done both within and beyond park boundaries. Partnerships foster a shared sense of stewardship. Partners develop appreciation for the park’s values and resources, and a commitment to our mission.
Current partners of New River Gorge National River include Babcock State Park, Beckley Area Foundation, C&O Historical Society, Concord University, Dunloup Creek Watershed Association, Eastern National, Fayetteville Historical Society, Friends of New River Gorge National River, Hawks Nest Foundation, Hawks Nest State Park, Hinton Area Foundation, National Coal Heritage Area, National Committee for the New River, National Mine Safety and Health Administration, New River Community Partners, New River Convention and Visitors Bureau, Plateau Action Network, Raleigh County Historical Society, Southern West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau, Summers County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Tamarack, Theatre West Virginia, Three Rivers Avian Center, West Virginia Division of Culture and History, West Virginia Division of Tourism, West Virginia Humanities Council, and the West Virginia Professional River Outfitters.
Did You Know?
The New River was designated an American Heritage River on July 30, 1998. There are currently fourteen American Heritage Rivers in the country.