Come volunteer with us! 

Calaveras Big Trees State Park is the only California State Park to protect giant sequoia trees and volunteers play a vital role! Volunteers increase the ability of park staff to provide a high-quality park experience to over 200,000 visitors. Volunteers come from diverse backgrounds, with individual preferences, talents and interests. Some enjoy working behind the scenes, while others prefer meeting the public when hiking trails or interacting with adults, school groups, and families. However, they all share a love of the park, and have many rewarding experiences while donating their time. There are many benefits to those who choose to volunteer, such as training, use of the park, passes to other California State Parks, and – best of all – camaraderie, friendships, and satisfaction. 

Apply to become a volunteer today. 

For more information please contact us at (209) 795-7980.

Volunteers Standing in Front of Jack Knight Hall

Volunteer Helping at a Special Event Table

Visitors on Snowshoes Listening to a Volunteer Trail Guide