Friends of Eaton County Parks


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Welcome to the Friends of Eaton County Parks



The future of our parks is in the hands of Friends like you!

Suppporters have established a friends group for Eaton County Parks.  The Friends of Eaton county Parks is a non-profit corporation formed for the purpose of promoting the preservation, maintenance, and advancement and improvement of park and recreational facilities in Eaton County.  If you would like more information on the Friends of Eaton County Parks or would like to join this organization, contact the Friends of Eaton County Parks at or phone:  (517) 731-6025.

The Friends of Eaton County Parks meet the 2nd Thursday of the month at 4:00pm at the Lincoln Brick Park Interpretive Center.  Located at 13991 Tallman Road, Grand Ledge.

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Friends Membership
Eaton County Parks relies heavily on volunteers for many of our programs and special events.  The Friends are called upon for help (volunteers) and support (financial) to provide special events and programs to the general public.
Members serve as a link to the community, provide volunteers, and help with fundraising.  "Thank you" to everyone who renewed their memberships.  We would not be able to do so many projects and programs without your support!
We need your help to continue to provide these worthwile programs and services.  Your contribution to the Friends through membership fees or by making charitable tax deductible donations helps to support and fund many of the the programs offered by  Eaton County Parks' Environmental Education Coordinator, Programmer, Operations Manager, and Naturalist, Jackie Blanc.
Click on the link below for the Friends of Eaton County Parks Brochure/Membership Form:

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The mission of the Friends of Eaton County Parks is to:
  • Create an awareness and encourage the enjoyment of public parks in Eaton County;
  • to promote the preservation, expansion, and enhancement of such parks and recreational facilities;
  • to support governmental jurisdictions in their efforts to provide environmental education and interpretative programs to residents;
  • to support the programs and undertakings of parks in Eaton County through volunteer recruitment, fundraising, and program and event sponsorship;
  • to publicize the value of land stewardship and land conservation to the end that future generations of County citizens will enjoy parks in Eaton County.
Friends of Eaton County Parks is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.


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