Group Volunteering at Rocky Mountain National Park
Click on this interactive map to view volunteer projects taking pace around Rocky.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Rocky Mountain National Park!
2017 is an exciting year to be part of the action at Rocky as we enter what may be the busiest season in park history. With added visitation comes added challenges, so your volunteer service is more important than ever!
Rocky Mountain National Park is home to one of the most dynamic and hard-working volunteer programs in the National Park Service. Each year, Rocky enlists volunteer groups to help paid staff on various projects. The park completes projects AND groups learn about the park through service—it's a win-win! In 2016, over 1,600 volunteers took part in a group volunteer opportunity. Rocky saw volunteers from all over the US, as well as two international groups.
Logistics can be flexible. If your group has different needs, call the Volunteer Office—we'll try to work something out. We're willing to get creative to have your group serve at Rocky!
Things to Keep In Mind
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What to Bring
Remember, an application does not guarantee a project. Please wait for paperwork from the volunteer office before making plans for your project. Group projects will be assigned in the order Project Request Forms are received.
Thanks for your interest in volunteering with your group at Rocky Mountain National Park!
Last updated: June 23, 2017