Show Your Love for SMP

For 100 years, Summit Metro Parks has been made possible thanks to the support of our community. People just like you have volunteered their time, supported park district initiatives and voted in support of its funding. As a result, Summit County residents now enjoy 16 parks with more than 14,000 acres of protected green space and 150 miles of trails to explore.

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Volunteer at Summit Metro Parks

Come Spend the Day with Us

Volunteering at Summit Metro Parks is a satisfying way of giving back to your community while enjoying the beauty of the parks. There are many ways you can help care for your parks, from one-time, drop-in service days to ongoing volunteer opportunities. Learn more.

Get Your Hands in the Dirt

Help us plant a Centennial Tree in one of the Metro Parks to help support our goal of reforesting 100 acres in our centennial year!

Plant a Tree

Make a Centennial Gift

The Summit Metro Parks Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that enhances the work of the park district. Gifts to the Foundation create a lasting legacy for Summit Metro Parks and are a wonderful way to celebrate, honor or remember a loved one.

Give a Centennial Tree

The Centennial Tree Fund helps fill the park district’s Centennial Groves with beautiful, beneficial trees while also supporting the care of the trees for the next 100 years. A $100 donation plants a tree, and donors will receive a personalized certificate, suitable for a gift or remembrance, that identifies the Metro Park where the tree will be planted.

Give a Tree

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Create a Centennial Legacy

A gift to the Centennial Legacy Fund provides financial stability not just for today, but for as long as we have parks, ensuring their beauty, protected environmental resources, and quality-of-life benefits for future generations. Donors who wish to make a greater impact are invited to contact the Summit Metro Parks Foundation. 

Learn More

Questions? Please contact us.


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