Group Volunteer Opportunities

A youth volunteer group plays a team building game
A youth volunteer group plays a team building game.

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Groups Are an Integral Part of Sequoia and Kings Canyon's Volunteer-In-Parks Program.

Examples of past volunteer projects include:

  • Meadow Restoration: Helping alpine meaodws recover from past impacts through removal of non-native plants, planting native plants and collecting seeds.

  • Sequoia Monitoring: Getting up close and personal with giant sequoias by collecting important data on the health of the giant sequoia trees.

  • Park Clean-up: Helping to keep the parks clean by picking up litter in campgrounds and on trails.

Projects start in the morning and end in the afternoon, with opportunities to enjoy the parks. Camping at Wolverton Volunteer Service Camp, located in the Giant Forest and close to project sites, may be available upon request.

All ages and abilities are welcome. Se habla español. Please call for accessibility accommodations.

To make reservations, email us or call (559) 565-4287.

An amphitheater around a campfire ring at Wovlerton Service Camp
The amphitheater located within the Wolverton Service Camp

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Wolverton Service Camp

The Wolverton Service Camp is a rustic group campground dedicated to volunteers and researchers. The camp sits at approximately 7,000 feet (2,134 meters) elevation within the mixed conifer forest of Sequoia National Park. Summer days are warm and comfortable with cool nights. The camp is equipped with picnic tables, fire rings, portable bathrooms, and hand washing stations.

Last updated: October 17, 2023

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Mailing Address:

47050 Generals Highway
Three Rivers, CA 93271


559 565-3341

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