Friends of Stark Parks (FSP) is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the development and use of Stark County Park District parks, trails, facilities, educational programs, and events.
FSP raises funds through memberships, donations, grants and several annual fundraisers. The FSP Board meets monthly to discuss responsible spending of the monies raised through these events.
Money raised from FSP supports a variety of supplemental projects in Stark Parks including:
On Saturday, September 30, cast a line with your Stark Parks Rangers and local police officers while you enjoy the sport of catfishing at Walborn Reservoir, located at 11324… More
Celebrate the sights, sounds, and smells of autumn outdoors! On Saturday, October 14, join Stark Parks for the annual free Family Fall Fest from 2 to 6 p.m. at Petros… More
Join us for the official grand opening of Fry Family Park in Magnolia! The highly-anticipated Pike township park located at 2533 Farber St. SE in Magnolia will be formally opened to… More
Celebrate 50 years of Stark Parks with the spontaneous sounds of nature combine with the orchestrated sounds of music from the Canton Symphony Orchestra all season long for a “Summer of Love.”… More
Fishing derbies for children, ages 4 to 15, continue throughout the summer. Marinas at Sippo Lake Park in Perry Township and Walborn Reservoir in Alliance are open for the season. The marinas… More
Stark Parks is turning fifty and we’re inviting you to a year-long celebration! Feb. 17th kicked off our official 50th birthday and we’ve got a brand new look at StarkParks.com. Take… More
Find a series of 20 different caches that have been placed across Stark County for the Cache4Coins GeoTour kicking off on Dec. 31, 2016. Travel to peaceful reservoirs, surround yourself… More