Welcome to the Tennessee Park Rangers Association Website. By striving towards the vision of the Association, the TPRA has accomplished the following: 501(c)(6) nonprofit status, fitness initiative, emergency contact planners, newsletters, ranger of the year award, housing supplement, monetary compensation plans, central office personnel infrastructure, memorials, policy implementation, service weapon retention, civil service status reinstatement, elevated job requirements, interview process review, legislation review and support (such as handguns in state parks legislation and increase of retirement compensation and dependents in the event of an officers death), retiree acknowledgements, emergency donation fund, social gatherings, and a web page for better communication.
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Ranger Association Info
“To preserve and protect, in perpetuity, unique examples of natural, cultural, and scenic areas and provide a variety of safe, quality, outdoor experiences through a well-planned and professionally managed system of state parks.”