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Love Arizona? Volunteer and share the love!

Whether you live on-site and volunteer as a Camp Host, or desire to give back to the community by volunteering directly for your local State Park, volunteering helps to enhance and preserve our parks and trails for the benefit of all who enjoy Arizona’s incredible natural resources and historic treasures. Join us and share your love for Arizona’s great outdoors and remarkable history through the gift of volunteering.

VOLUNTEERS WANTED:

CAMP HOSTS are needed at the following parks for the October 2020 through April 2021 season: (our remaining parks have filled all available Camp Host positions for this timeframe)

  • Kartchner Caverns State Park
  • Lake Havasu State Park
  • Picacho Peak State Park
  • Roper Lake State Park

Local Volunteers:

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis for individuals and groups who live in close proximity to any of our parks and would like to volunteer.  

THERE'S MORE TO LEARN

Check out the Volunteer Programs section on the top right side of this page. We know you’ll find just the opportunity you’re looking for.

Visit the “PARKS” page to learn more about each of our parks and what they have to offer. When you apply, you’ll be asked to select the parks where you would prefer to volunteer.  Researching our parks will assist you in making your selections.

To apply for one of our volunteer opportunities, please:

Apply online now

At this time, the following parks are not accepting volunteer applications:

  • Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park
  • Rockin’ River Ranch State Park
  • San Rafael State Natural Area
  • Verde River Greenway State Natural Area

To learn more about volunteer opportunities with the following parks, please visit or contact:

 

  ARIZONA STATE PARKS  

Outdoor Recreation Info Center
Visitors Welcome!
23751 N. 23rd Ave. #190
Phoenix, AZ 85085

 (877) MY-PARKS

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Mission Statement
"Managing and conserving Arizona's natural, cultural and recreational resources for the benefit of the people, both in our Parks and through our Partners."