Group Volunteer Projects
Volunteer groups carry out a wide variety of projects. From conducting a beach clean-up to trimming vegetation along boardwalks and nature trails, volunteer groups provide the many hands needed to greatly enhance park facilities and habitats. Follow one of the links below to learn how your group can become involved.
Schedule Your Work Day
Call the Volunteer Coordinator at 252-728-2250 ext. 3008 to learn more about these and other opportunities and to plan your work day!
Complete at least 10 hours of volunteer service (or a combination of volunteering and attending ranger programs) and you can earn a Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger patch. More information can be found on the Scout Rangers webpage.
Did You Know?
Gaillardia, also called a blanket flower or firewheel, is a Midwestern plant that was brought into the area and still thrives on these windy, water starved islands. Cape Lookout National Seashore More...