Arthur "Art" and Grace Nersasian
Founded the Friends of Fort Cooper in 1989
WHO WE ARE
The Friends of Fort Cooper are a not-for-profit Citizen Support Organization (CSO) that was established in 1989 and consists of volunteers from our community and from various walks of life.
WHEN WE MEET
The Friends of Fort Cooper meet at the Rec. Hall located in the Park on the first Tuesday of the month at 1:30 P.M. September thru May.
Come join us!
WHAT WE DO
The Friends of Fort Cooper State Park assist park staff with maintaining and preserving the park grounds and its structures.
Through educational programs and events, the Friends help to increase public awareness on the importance of preserving history and Florida’s natural environment.
BECOME A MEMBER
Becoming a Friends Volunteer is easy! Below you will find a link to the online membership application. Simply click on the link, fill out the online form and press submit. Once you have submitted your application, you may pay for your membership dues with a credit card by selecting the membership type below and click "Buy Now".
If you prefer, you may submit your application and payment by mail.
Please make checks payable to:
The Friends of Fort Cooper
3100 S. Old Floral City Road
Inverness, FL 34450
Have your ever thought of volunteering your talents, skills and experience to help preserve Fort Cooper State Park for future generations? If you have, join the Friends of Fort Cooper, Inc. and become a part of Florida’s living history.
The Friends of Fort Cooper State Park are always looking for a few more great volunteers.
If you enjoy the outdoors and want to learn the parks history and how to preserve it's heritage and natural environment then we invite you to join our team as Friends and become a volunteer.
For more information, please contact the Park's office at 352.726.0315
BECOME A FLORIDA STATE PARK VOLUNTEER
Join us in accomplishing our important mission – to provide resource-based recreation while preserving, interpreting and restoring natural and cultural resources.
The following link will guide you through the online application process and requirements for becoming a park volunteer. Once you have applied and met all of the volunteer requirements, you will need to contact the park to ensure we received your application.
Should you need assistance, please feel free to contact us at 352.726.0315.
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