Nestled in a lush meadow at the foot of a small waterfall, a small building hid midst brush and brambles. Thanks to the work of Friends of Indian Springs, this building was given a facelift and now serves as the Program Hut for activities and programs offered to the many guests that visit Indian Springs State Park, the oldest state park in the nation.
Friends members spent endless hours cleaning, painting, replacing windows, building campfire rings, and transforming the entire area and building to a safe, clean place for education and discovery. Now, this little building is the meeting place for telling evening stories around a campfire, singing songs, and playing games with family and friends. To find out about programs offered at this new Program Hut, and to discover how you can become a member of the Friends of Indian Springs, call the park office at (770) 504-2277.