Visitor Center Volunteers

Cabrillo National Monument receives about one million annual visitors from around the globe. Visitor Center volunteers are often among the first faces these visitors see when they visit the park. As these volunteers greet and welcome the public, they also help visitors plan and create experiences that will last a lifetime.

On any given day, Visitor Center volunteers answer questions about park hours and events, introduce park films and Ranger-led programs, and inspire a lifelong dedication to public land stewardship by swearing in Junior Rangers of all ages and backgrounds.

Interested in becoming a Visitor Center volunteer and learning more? To find out more about availability and eligibility, please contact for current and upcoming volunteer opportunities.

Two women, one in a blue volunteer shirt and tan hat (left) and the other in a 1800s-style dress (right) smile and stand in an office kitchen.

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Get to know a Visitor Center volunteer! Check out VIP Sandy’s spotlight interview on VIP-Voice, a Cabrillo National Monument blog site ran by volunteers for volunteers! It is not a federal website. This link does not imply endorsement of any opinions shared on the website.

Last updated: March 20, 2021

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Mailing Address:

1800 Cabrillo Memorial Drive
San Diego, CA 92106


619 523-4285

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