Volunteer

Roper lake offers a volunteer opportunity for everyone. We have positions for people in the local community and on-site visitors. Volunteers are needed to staff the visitor contact station and to help out with the various maintenance projects in the park.

Volunteers who stay on-site may use a campsite with electric, water, and sewer for a weekly donation of 20 hours of park service in any of our volunteer positions. Volunteers may live on-site but are responsible for their own housing.

Campground Host /Maintenance

Greet visitors, help visitors get settled into a campsite, answer questions, communicate park rules and regulations, be observant of activities that require immediate attention by staff or outside emergency support, landscaping of park grounds, watering trees, cutting weeds, trimming trees, emptying fire grills, cleaning ramadas and picnic tables, collecting trash and litter from park grounds, periodically check restrooms for cleanliness and supplies, painting, minor carpentry, and plumbing projects.

Contact Station
A contact station volunteer will assist the park in a variety of clerical and administrative functions. This may include greeting guest, collecting fees, taking reservations, communicating park rules and regulations, providing park and area information, answering phones, and operating the cash register.

Take the next steps!

To learn more about volunteering, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator with any questions or concerns.

Check Projected On-Site Openings at this park

 If you would like to volunteer, you can start the Online Volunteer Application.

Volunteer Coordinator:

Michelle Reddy
Phone: (928) 428-6760

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Friends of Roper Lake State Park

Friends of┬áRoper Lake State ParkThe purpose of the Friends of Roper Lake State Park is to support the park in its time of need, and work towards a State Park which is open to the public at affordable prices, provides a safe environment to explore the nature and wonders of a portion of southeastern Arizona, and protect the cultural and recreation environment for our heritage. We are tireless in our efforts to support sustainable State Park revenues which would keep our Parks open, and improve the infrastructure so the park may be preserved for ages to come. Our non-profit organization serves people of all races, creeds, and religions. We do not discriminate. We merely support our fellow citizens, and serve as a guiding light.

Friends of Roper Lake State Park
101 E Roper Lake Road
Safford AZ 85546
RoperLake.org