Do you want to help keep our parks open for years to come?
San Juan County Parks is seeking volunteers to help out in your beautiful county parks.
Help us keep a favorite park open by assisting with grounds maintenance, litter pick-up, monitoring park activities,
public information and outreach, park interpretation, data entry, or special projects.
- Do you enjoy working outdoors?
- Have experience caretaking parks or landscaping?
- Organizational Skills?
- Willing to pick up litter?
- Have photographic or graphic design skills?
- Like to speak with people about nature?
A variety of volunteer opportunities are available. You bring your enthusiasm;
we provide guidance, support and an incredible work setting! If you'd like to help us
look after a County park on your island, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
put VOLUNTEER as the subject line) or call the Parks Administration office at
Please check out the Volunteer Handbook (PDF file - 890kb)
Information on litter picker tools Click Here
If you would like to help by contributing tools or supplies for use by
volunteer workers, please
to view our wish list.
Volunteers – log your park visits HERE
|Reuben Tarte Memorial Day Park||Eagle Cove Day Park|
|Turn Point Day Park||San Juan County Park |
|Shark Reef Sanctuary||Blackie Brady Day Park|
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Other opportunities exist for individuals or groups to conduct volunteer service projects within our parks.
Such projects may involve trail construction, carpentry, or other maintenance projects to enhance
park properties or facilities. Often, the work can be tailored to fit your group.
If you’d like to coordinate a service project at one of our parks, please give us a call at 360-378-8420.