About Friends of OSP...
The Friends of Oracle State Park is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 1997 to assist Oracle State Park in the promotion of environmental education, in the restoration and preservation of the historic Kannally Ranch House, and in the conservation and upkeep of the surrounding parklands and trails.
In the wake of the Parks closing in 2009 and subsequent reopening, the Friends have been tasked with a vital role in helping the Park to keep its gates open: raising one third of the Parks operating budget per annum—or approximately $21,000.
To achieve this end, the organizations officers and members work together to expand funding opportunities and sources, as well as to support the Park Rangers in their public education, outreach and park improvement efforts.
As always, Members play a vital role in the work of FOSP. They attend meetings and contribute ideas, conduct tours, coordinate and help out at educational workshops and special events, maintain walking trails and gardens, and pitch in with upkeep and improvement projects.
→ Learn more about becoming a FOSP Member.
→ Learn more about FOSP Projects.
→ Learn more about the latest FOSP News..
→ See a list of current FOSP Officers.