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    Prince William Forest

    Park Virginia

Join Our Friends

Friends of Prince William Forest Park is a non-profit organization formed in 1989. Its purposes include:

  1. Monitoring any actions that affect the park and its ecosystem
  2. Serving as a forum for citizens in decisions affecting the park
  3. Preserving and enhancing the park and its natural and cultural resources


Concerns of the Friends include:

  1. Preserving the Piedmont ecosystem
  2. Preserving the cemetery sites within the park
  3. Preserving the endangered plant and animal species
  4. Protecting the park from encroaching development
  5. Protecting the Quantico Creek watershed and others in the park
  6. Preserving the cabins built by the Civilian Conservation Corps that are on the National Register of Historic Places
  7. Monitoring all local, state and federal actions having an effect on the park and its boundaries


Meetings are held on the second Sunday every month at 2:00 P.M. in the Multipurpose Building. They feature a business meeting along with informative and interesting programs. Outdoor activities are often scheduled as well. Prospective members and guests are welcome to attend the monthly meetings. For more information, visit the Friends' website at www.fpwfp.org

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