Become a Friends of River Ranch County Park Member Today!
Complete a Membership Application
Click HERE to access and complete an online Membership Application.
If you prefer to print, complete & mail in a Membership Application, click HERE.
After you complete and submit your Membership Application, move to Step 2.
Pay Membership Dues Online or via Check
Pay Membership dues online HEREto activate your Membership.
You can also mail a check to: Friends of River Ranch P.O. Box 67 Liberty Hill, TX 78642
Once you're a Member, follow us here, on Facebook and/or Instagram to stay updated on news, updates, and possible volunteer opportunities.
Friends of River Ranch County Park (FRRCP) is a team of Member volunteers who love nature and want to share our love of nature with our community. River Ranch County Park is located at 194 Reveille Way, Liberty Hill, TX 78642.
For more information on River Ranch County Park, visit their website HERE.
Friends of River Ranch County Park (FRRCP) is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to advocate and support River Ranch County Park through information, interpretation and assistance in the operation, maintenance and conservation of the park.
Through financial and volunteer support, FRRCP Members ensure that future generations will continue to enjoy the extensive recreational and learning adventures to be experienced at River Ranch County Park.
In return, FRRCP Members receive special benefits not available to the general public, are offered unique volunteer opportunities, and are entitled to voting privileges at meetings of the general membership.
The FRRCP leadership team is currently focusing on preparations for a variety of activities and programs for adults and children. Chief among those projects is the operation of the Park's new Interpretive Center.
We will email FRRCP Members with important news & updates, or you can watch this section of our website and our Facebook page for more information about FRRCP.
If you have any questions about the Park, please visit their website HERE.
Members have exclusive access to volunteer opportunities coordinated by FRRCP. Whether you enjoy educating the public, leading equestrian trail rides, gardening, conservation projects, event planning, or fundraising, there's a place for you in Friends of River Ranch County Park.
Please watch this section for a list of volunteer opportunities.
Williamson County Parks Department requires that all volunteers complete a Williamson County Volunteer Agreement/Waiver. You can download this Waiver (Select River Ranch County Park) here.
Details on FRRCP's structure and operations can be viewed via the links below:
Individual, Corporate and Non-Profit donors make a one-time contribution of either $500 (Sponsor category) or $250 (Partner category) to support the goals of Friends of River Ranch County Park.
Donors are publicly recognized through this website, our Social Media sites, and other Friends of River Ranch communications. Donors also receive a display item acknowledging their generous commitment to FRRCP.
Annual Meetings are held every September. All Members are invited to attend. The FRRCP Board of Directors will share our group's current and future activities, and Representatives from the Williamson County Parks Department will share the latest news about River Ranch County Park.
See links below for information about past Annual Meetings.
ANNUAL MEETING 2023
Friends of River Ranch County Park (FRRCP) held the third Annual Meeting of the membership on Tuesday, September 26, 2023, in the classroom of the park's Interpretive Center.
Friends of River Ranch County Park (FRRCP) held its Second Annual Meeting of the membership on Wednesday evening, September 14, 2022, at a combination business meeting/social gathering at an outdoor venue in Liberty Hill, Texas.
When visitors to River Ranch CP got their very first look at the park’s impressive new Interpretive Center during the weekend of July 22-23, Friends of River Ranch representatives were there to welcome them and provide information on current and future park activities. At various locations in the Day Use Area, park visitors explored hiking trails, rode horses, frolicked at a playground and asked questions about local flora. Inside the Interpretive Center (where permanent displays will be installed in September) visitors were introduced to the crafts, implements and lifestyles of the Liberty Hill area’s pioneer days. Park highlights accessible by car included: expansive Hill Country overlooks; the Equestrian Area; the Improved Campground; and trailheads leading to heritage trees and the South San Gabriel River.
Pay Membership Dues
Don't forget to activate your Membership! Pay your dues HERE or mail a check to: Friends of River Ranch, P.O. Box 67, Liberty Hill, TX 78642