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Gift Shop

Giving a gift from the Friends is also giving a gift to the Friends. Honor an event in someone's life with a poem, an outstanding scene, or a limited edition poster. Gift memberships and donations to the Friends are two more ways to honor someone and help the Friends.

The Gift Shop is open May through September, Saturdays 9:30 am to 4 pm; Sundays, 12:30 pm to 4 pm; some holidays; by chance; or by appointment (570-967-7275). You can also order most items by mail.

Print out the Order Form and send it in with your payment.

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Salt Springs: How a Committed Group of Volunteers Keeps a Park Alive While Honoring the Past. 44 pp., 2014. $20.

On October 18, 1994, a group of citizens, angered at the rumor (later confirmed) that the historic buildings in Salt Springs Park might be burned down, met to brainstorm what we could do about it.

We formed a plan: Ask the state, not (yet again) to put some money into the park, but merely for the legal right to do it ourselves.

We took action: By December 23, 1994, we were incorporated as a nonprofit to better solicit, receive, and manage sums of money large and small to take over responsibility for resurrecting, improving, managing, and maintaining Salt Springs.

The book describes who we are, what we've done, what we're doing now, and why. It's filled with dozens of color photos that illustrate the transformation of Salt Springs from an unkempt yet beloved nook in the woods into a treasured destination for thousands of people each year.

Order Form here.


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A Birder's Guide to Susquehanna County: A Guide to Bird Watching and Wildlife. Nancy Wottrich. Paper, 38 pp. Rich with info about the what, when, where, and how of spotting birds and other animals. Detailed maps, stunning color photography. $5.

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Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail. Paper, 83 pp. Audubon PA publication. Describes five locations in Susquehanna County, including Salt Springs. Outstanding color photography, detailed maps. $9.

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Old Growth. Poetry by Melissa Whalen Haertsch. Inspired by and written at Salt Springs in 2006, when Melissa was Specialist in Residence. 2006. $5.

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Best in Tent Camping — in Pennsylvania. Matt Willen. Paper, 176 pp. Features only the best 50 places in PA, and Salt Springs is one of them. $15.

Shirts, Caps & a Bit More

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T-shirts, 100% Cotton
Sizes: Sm, Med, Lg, XL, XXL
Colors: Maroon, Med. Blue, Lt. Green, Chocolate Brown. $15.

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Polo Shirts, Cotton/Acrylic
Sizes: Sm, Lg, XL, XXL
Colors: Maroon, Lt. Blue, Lt. Green. $20.

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Cap. One size, adjustable. Logo embroidered. Available in light blue and light green. $15.

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Sew-on Patch. 3" wide x 4" tall. Embroidered, four colors. Good for pockets, caps, bulletin boards, backpacks.... $5.

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11" x 17" poster, feauring poem by Melissa Haertsch, 2006 Specialist in Residence. From the 2006 Exhibition. Color photograph by Renee Coy, 2005 Specialist in Residence. $5.

When You're at Salt Springs . . .

During your next visit to the park, stop by the Gift Shop and browse through our wide selection of note cards featuring the flora, fauna, and scenery of nature photographer George Schreck. Note cards are $2 each.

               A best seller, the waterfalls.

                   Dutchman's Breeches.