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Gift Memberships

This year, gift memberships include one free Guest Pass! Give the gift of membership to a family member, friend or colleague. FOSP members receive email updates on park programs and activities, invitations to ‘Friends’ events, and the opportunity to share their energy and ideas on behalf of our Park.

Their subscription helps support Oracle State Park’s youth and adult environmental education mission, interpretive visitor programs and events, preservation of the historic Kannally ranch house and grounds, and conservation and upkeep of the parklands and multi-use trails.

Yearly tax-deductible membership levels are:

  • Individual – $25
  • Couple – $45
  • Champion – $100
  • Benefactor – $250

Option 1:
Order a Gift Membership using Paypal

  1. Select gift membership level and click on Buy Now
  2. Once you’ve signed in, select special instructions to seller on the main screen.
  3. Please specify in your message:
    • The gift recipient’s first and last name
    • The gift recipient’s address
  4. When you’ve finished the process, click on "pay now".

Once your request is received and processed, your Gift Membership will be mailed and you will receive a receipt and confirmation.

Option 2:
Order a Gift Membership using our downloadable form

  1. Download, print and fill out our Membership Form (PDF)
  2. Make sure to include:
    • Your contact information
    • The required Gift recipient’s information
  3. Mail the form (and optional message) to:

    Friends of Oracle State Park – Attn Membership
    P.O. Box 8405, Tucson, AZ 85738

Once your request is received and processed, your gift subscription will be mailed and you will receive a receipt and confirmation.

Further questions?

Send us an email at FriendsOracleStatePark@gmail .com

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Calabazas Festival volunteers.
Photo courtesy of Oracle State Park.



Cowboy Dinner & Auction volunteers.
Photo courtesy of J. Hernandez, San Manuel Miner.