Love Coe Park? You can help us keep it beautiful and available to all by becoming a Coe Volunteer.
Henry W. Coe State Park Uniformed Volunteers assist park staff in so many ways. Volunteers help build and maintain the trails you walk/ride/bike on. Volunteers operate the Coe Ranch Visitor and help you plan your adventures. Volunteers lead walks and talks on many topics, including wildflowers, birds, fungi, trees, geology, animal tracking, photography, sketching and nature journaling.
The Uniformed Volunteer program at Henry W. Coe State Park is based upon the state's Volunteers In Parks Program. The Pine Ridge Association, the park's cooperating association, provides support for volunteer training and operations. Coe Park volunteers provide support for the PRA's events including the Tarantula Festival, Ranch Day, Raincoats & Rubber Boots, Mother's Day Breakfast, 5k/10K Fun Run and the Backcountry Weekend.
Want to share your passion for nature? Ready to help preserve the park? Join us! We have a place for you in the Uniformed Volunteer Program.
Joining the Program
50 hours of training includes volunteer duties, history and the physical environment of the park, plants and animals, interacting with park visitors, and a weekend touring the backcountry.
2023 volunteer training dates (all required) are as follows:
- Saturday, September 9
- Saturday, September 16
- Saturday, September 23
- Saturday/Sunday, October 14/15
- Saturday, October 28
- Saturday, November 11
- Plus one day of your choice in the Coe Park Headquarters Visitor Center
There will be more training opportunities, all optional, for the Mounted Assistance Unit, Coe Park Mountain Bike Patrol, Trail and Springs Maintenance, and Foot Patrol.
Click here to apply to the program