Give Back at Red Top Mountain State Park on National Public Lands Day

In honor of National Public Lands Day,  the Friends of Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites invites volunteers to help with a variety of projects all across Georgia on Saturday, September 24th.  Dedicated to preserving and enhancing the state’s natural and historic treasures, the Friends will provide free parking and admission and free shirts for volunteers.

Honor National Public Lands Day and Volunteer at Red Top Mountain State Park

The public lands that surround our beautiful Lake Allatoona give us so much, recreation, relaxation, and education to name a few.  Now it’s our turn to get outdoors and give back to the lands that provide us with this great lifestyle.  Celebrate National Public Lands Day 2016 by volunteering at Lake Allatoona’s Red Top Mountain State Park.

This event will take place between 10 am and 3pm on Saturday, September 24th at Red Top Mountain State Park.  Volunteers of all ages are welcome and should meet at the outdoor classroom (behind the park office).  All volunteers will get free parking and free admission.  Volunteers should bring gloves and dress in clothes they don’t mind getting dirty.

Make a Difference in Improving Red Top Mountain State Park’s Outdoor Classroom

Your time volunteering this National Public Lands Day at Red Top Mountain State Park will help to improve the outdoor classroom.  Friends of Red Top Mountain State Park will sponsor this year’s initiative and will allocate volunteers to:

  • improve the existing features of the outdoor classroom.
  • work on new projects for the outdoor classroom.
  • beautify the area surrounding the outdoor classroom.

Phone 770-975-0055 for more information.

Take part in the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands on National Public Lands Day.  Invite a friend, bring the family, just get outdoors and do your part in giving back to the lands that provide us so much.  Hope to see you at Red Top Mountain State Park on September 24th!

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