A Great Place to Volunteer
Oregon Caves is one of the few publicly accessible marble caves in the northwest and contains a rich store of scientific knowledge about the region's natural history. The visitor center and historic Chateau lodge are nestled around the cave entrance under a crown of lush green conifers, maples, and madrone trees. Oregon Caves National Monument preserves an old-growth forest within the rugged and of southwestern Oregon, a region widely recognized for its rich geological and biological diversity.
Can you picture yourself here? Do you want to help serve park visitors and protect park resources? Good news, there are VIP positions open at the Monument!
There are many options for volunteers:
International volunteers must meet visa and immigration requirements to be able to volunteer with the National Park Service. Learn more about the International Volunteers-in-Parks program.
Last updated: July 14, 2018