• Big-berry manzanita and the skyline of the high peaks greet visitors who explore the steep and narrow portion of the High Peaks trail. NPS Photo|Sierra Willoughby

    Pinnacles

    National Park California

Volunteer

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Volunteering is a great way to support Pinnacles National Monument and spend time in one of the nation's most breathtaking national parks. Volunteer opportunities include habitat restoration projects, condor monitoring, nature center assistant, artist residencies, and more.

Short-term, recurring, individual, or group volunteer opportunities are available, and all serve vital roles in protecting the unique resources of Pinnacles National Monument.

If you're interested in volunteering, but don't see a position listed here that would be a good fit, feel free to drop us a line or call Pinnacles Volunteer Staff at (831)389-4486 ext 242.

For individual opportunities please click on the links listed below.

 

Current Volunteer Opportunities

 

Group Volunteering
Are you a Scout leader, Sierra Club member, or school group looking for a hands-on experience with your group? Does your business or organization want to take part in a team-building restoration project? If so, we have many opportunities that can accommodate large groups. Please e-mail us for more information.

Wilderness Volunteers team up with the Pinnacles!

Wilderness Volunteers is a nonprofit organization that organizes volunteer service in partnership with Pinnacles National Monument. In 2012, Wilderness Volunteers and Pinnacles National Monument are hosting a trail maintenance and vegetation rehabilitation volunteer vacation April 22-28. For information on volunteering, see www.wildernessvolunteers.org.

Did You Know?

No Pets

Dogs are not permitted on park trails. This allows for more frequent wildlife sightings, and ensures that other visitors will not be annoyed or frightened by dogs. Dogs are permitted on most US Forest Service trails.