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Volunteer Opportunities

The interpretive activities, trail patrols and trail work can't happen without our great volunteers. Cuyamaca Rancho State Park is always looking for persons of all ages and backgrounds interested in assisting us with interpreting the parks natural and cultural history and keeping our visitors safe.

Join One Of Our Four Volunteer Units!

Mountain Bike Assistance Unit (MBAU) patrols the many miles of our multi use trails. They are the ambassadors who educate other riders on biking etiquette.

Interpreters Assistance Unit (IAU) covers many diverse duties, from staffing the Visitor Center to leading nature walks.

Mounted Assistance Unit (MAU) volunteers ride their own horses to patrol equestrian trails. They are the ambassadors who educate our horse riders on riding etiquette.

Trails Maintenance Unit (TMU) is unique in that they don’t have much interaction with our visitors but instead focus on keeping over 100 miles of our trails open and in good repair.

Contact Supervising Ranger, Bob Hillis (760) 765-3020 for more information.


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