Volunteer Opportunities

Every year organizations, neighbors, groups, schools, and businesses choose to volunteer their time at a Spokane County park. From mowing lawns and picking up trash to trail repair and ecological restoration projects, these volunteer activities are especially crucial to maintaining Spokane County's parks and natural areas in these tough economic times.

If you or your organization is interested in volunteering in a Spokane County park or natural area, please view the list of opportunities below or contact Bryant Robinson, Park Ranger at 509-477-6395

Opportunities


Washington Trails Association


Washington Trails Assocation volunteers provide the bulk of our annual trail improvements, whether its maintaining existing trails or building new trails in our parks and conservation areas. View a list of Volunteer Opportunities in Spokane County.
 

Back Country Horsemen of Washington (Inland Empire Chapter)


Back Country Horsemen of Washington volunteers provide support for a variety of projects, whether riding on "education" patrols or improving trail facilities such as bridges and fencing. View a list of Volunteer Opportunities and events.
 

Eagle Scout Projects


Eagle Scout Projects are approved on a case by case basis. If you're looking for an eagle scout project or have one in mind, please email Bryant Robinson, Park Ranger.
A group of men installing a wooden fence.
A group of people collecting trash in a pile.
A group of volunteers in hard hats posing for a photo.