• Lake Meredith National Recreation Area in the Panhandle of Texas

    Lake Meredith

    National Recreation Area Texas


Volunteers are vital to the success of the National Park Service (NPS). Each year more than 120,000 volunteers donate over 4 million hours of service in the national parks. They come from every state and many different countries to help preserve and protect America’s natural and cultural heritage for the enjoyment of this and future generations. Contact volunteer coordinator Rozanna Pfeiffer at (806)857-0318 or visit Lake Meredith National Recreation Area headquarters in Fritch for information about volunteer opportunities.

Volunteers building corral.
NPS Photo
Former NPS employee Ed Day volunteers as a tour-guide and demonstrates knapping Alibates flint.
NPS Photo

Did You Know?


Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument is the only monument in the State of Texas and flint from these quarries is found all over the U.S. More...