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What do the Friends of Interstate Park Do?

Events

Special events, programs, workshops and guest speakers allow members to network with other supporters of Interstate Park. Events include the Spring Gathering of Friends, Fall Annual Gathering and Program, Candlelight Night and many volunteer opportunities throughout the year.

Gift Shop

Glacier’s Gifts, in the Ice Age Interpretive Center, offers nature-related books, apparel, posters, kids’ items and more. Sales provide funding for the purchase of equipment and supplies, support of workshops, guest speakers, special events and publication and distribution of our newsletter and other educational materials.

Newsletter

The Friends Newsletter is filled with news, updates and informative articles and a calendar of events for Wisconsin Interstate Park.  The newsletter is mailed to all members three times a year.  Additional mailings keep members informed on current happenings.

How Can You Help?

Become a Member

We invite you to join Friends of Interstate Park!  You will receive a Friends Membership Card, the Friends Newsletter, and a 10 percent discount on all merchandise at Glacier’s Gifts.

Park volunteer, Wally Carlson, poses at the front desk of the Ice Age Center

Donate

Your membership fees and donations help support educations, programs events and the Friends Newsletter.  Friends of Interstate Park is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible. Click the button below to donate, or visit our Join Friends of Interstate Park page here to join.

Volunteer

The Friends of Interstate Park support the park’s education program by volunteering to assist with projects and events.  Volunteer opportunities include staffing the Ice Age Interpretive Center and Glaciers’ Gift Shop, monitoring Eastern Bluebird nest boxes and preparing, promoting and assisting at special events.  As a member you will have many opportunities for enjoyable service and interaction with other members and their families.

Building a bluebird house at the Ice Age Visitor Center

Contact Us For More Information

Park Staff
715-483-3747
P.O Box 703
St. Croix Falls, WI 54024

Email our Staff:
Park Superintendent – Kurt Dreger-kurtdreger@wisconsin.gov
Park Naturalist – Lacy J. Sellent – LacyJ.Sellent@wisconsin.gov
Park Ranger — Matthew Densow – matthew.debsow@wisconsin.gov

Camping at Interstate Park Reservations

Or Call Toll Free:
 1-888-947-2757

Proud Members and Sponsors