Celebrated volunteer Bob Wright presents "The Mountain Man," part of the Arizona Living History Series.
If you enjoy helping people, having fun, and being outside, then Lake Havasu State Park can use your help! A popular port of entry to the Colorado River, Lake Havasu staff are always looking for volunteers who find innovative solutions to problems, help achieving team goals, and are thrilled to inspire others to action.
Volunteers make a weekly donation of 20 hours of park service in any of our volunteer positions listed below:
This position includes both Off-Site and On-Site volunteers, and generally work at the park’s Contact Station. They perform many diverse tasks, including registering campers, answering a wide variety of questions, and taking reservations. For more extensive information on Visitor Services duties, please Download Fact Sheet ( 54 KB PDF)
This position is for On-Site volunteers, and generally work in the park’s campground. Volunteers may use a campsite with electric, water, and sewer for a weekly donation of 20 hours of park service. They perform diverse tasks, including cleaning restroom/showers, maintaining campsites and routine park maintenance. For more information on Campground Host duties, please Download Fact Sheet ( 54 KB PDF)
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To learn more about volunteering, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator with any questions or concerns.
Cindy Smith, Park Ranger
Sandra Skowera, Park Ranger
Phone: (928) 855-2784