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|Uniformed Volunteer Program|
Volunteers play a major role in operating Henry W. Coe State Park. They provide staff for the Visitor Center, answering questions, describing trails and camping areas, registering visitors and collecting fees, and selling store merchandise. Volunteers lead guided walks and more strenuous hikes; maintain trails and springs, give evening programs for campers; publish maps, interpretive leaflets, and trail guides, do trail patrol, and more!
Joining the Program
The Pine Ridge Association, in cooperation with Henry W. Coe State Park staff, conducts a training program for uniformed volunteers. The program includes talks and hikes covering volunteer duties, history and the physical environment of the area, plants and animals of Coe Park, interacting with park visitors, and a weekend touring the backcountry.
Volunteer training is conducted in the fall, typically starting in early September. It includes talks and hikes covering volunteer duties, history and the physical environment of the area, plants and animals of Coe Park, interacting with park visitors, and a weekend touring the backcountry.
Ready? Click here to apply.
There are many on-going projects at Coe Park to maintain and improve facilities, trails, and springs.
Learn more on the Lend a Hand page.
Are you interested in learning more about Henry W. Coe State Park and sharing your knowledge with park visitors? How about helping out with annual events or maintenance of springs and trails? If so, visit our Volunteer page.
Thank you! We rely on your generous support.