Volunteer opportunities are available whether you are spending one day in the park or will be in the area for an extended period. Volunteers help in a variety of ways from helping eradicate non-native species to working behind the visitor center desk. Volunteers of all ages can contribute time and expertise to assist NPS staff in achieving the National Park Service mission. Click above for general information or contact our Volunteer Coordinator.
Did You Know?
Walnut Canyon has been protected since 1904, first as part of the San Francisco Mountain Reserve (later Coconino National Forest). Early caretakers lived in a log cabin on the canyon rim. Walnut Canyon National Monument was established in 1915, one year before the National Park Service.