Chasewater Country Park is asking people to sign up to a new group called The Friends of Chasewater.
The group will be working on projects and ideas for the park and will receive help from members of the team at Chasewater where necessary.
Staffordshire County Council runs the park and said the friends group was a 'great' opportunity for people to work together to benefit the site. Helen Riley, deputy chief executive and the council's director for families and communities, said: "The Friends of Chasewater is an exciting opportunity for members of the towns surrounding the park to come together and work on ideas and projects that benefit the community.
"The Friends will take the lead on activities that local communities have said they want to see taking place at the park, and work with the Chasewater team to make the park a focal point for local people. It's a really great opportunity for people with an interest in Chasewater to get directly involved with the park, so I'd urge anyone interested to join up."
The group is expected to be similar to that of the Friends of Hednesford Park, which helps Cannock Chase District Council with projects and supports Hednesford Park.
Chasewater boasts a 90-hectare reservoir and plenty of green open space.
The Chasewater Innovation Centre provides visitor information, art and craft exhibitions by artists and a programme of summer holiday activities.