Pinnacle Peak Park - Volunteer Opportunities
Join our Team!
Are you interested in becoming a part of a dynamic team of volunteers? Do you want to be a steward and protect our beautiful Sonoran Desert? Do you want to share your knowledge of our special environment with interested visitors? If you answered yes to these questions, Pinnacle Peak Park has a variety of volunteer opportunities available for you! Volunteer recruitment begins in August of each year.
How to Apply:
Please contact park staff at (480) 312-0990. For an on-line application form please click on the following link: Application (PDF / 116 KB / 2 pages)
|Trail Rovers: These volunteers rove the trail and answer visitor questions. They also make certain that visitors are staying on the trail.|
|Interpretive Leaders: These volunteers lead interpretive tours along the trail and discuss a variety of topics including desert plants and animals, geology, Hohokam history and area history.|
|Evening Trail Sweepers: These volunteers make certain that visitors exit the park when the park closes.|
|Trail Maintenance Pick and Shovel volunteers: This volunteer team repairs and improves the trail.|
|Administrative Volunteers: These volunteers work at the ranger station. They answer various visitor questions and distribute park brochures and maps. They may also work on a special research projects.|
|Your Specialty: Do you have a special skill, such as photography or computer that can be utilized at the park? Let us know!|