Campground Host, Visitor Information, Maintenance, and More 

Do you enjoy the outdoors? Do you want to support State Parks and connect with visitors and the local community? You can become a volunteer in Sue-meg State Park, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, or Fort Humboldt State Historic Park. All you need to do is visit one of our volunteer portals by clicking one of the links below! 

Visit the Volunteer Portal to apply to volunteer in one of our visitor centers, provide visitor information and education, or to assist in park maintenance. 

Visit the Volunteer Portal to apply to be a camp host in one of our beautiful campgrounds.

For general information or inquiries about volunteering within one of the 22 parks that make up the North Coast Redwoods District, contact .

Become a Long-Term Natural Resource Volunteer

Are you passionate about our local ecosystems? Become a long-term natural resource volunteer. Whether it’s native plant management to invasive ivy removal, monitoring, and trail cleanups, natural resource volunteers support the health of our State Parks and gain valuable professional experience. As a long-term volunteer you can take part in specialized training allowing you to work on individual projects that match your schedule. To lend a hand to preserve the land you love check out the links below.

Visit the Volunteer Portal to apply to be Long-Term Natural Resource volunteer

For general inquiries and information on upcoming short-term volunteer events contact Environmental Scientist Michelle Forys, (707) 677-3109 or 

Get Involved

Check out our Facebook page upcoming events, volunteer activities, and engaging videos and livestreams. 

If you like to visit California State Parks frequently, buy a parks pass at the Pass Sales site ( excellent way to save money and support state parks. 

Support non-profit groups working on behalf of this park, including Redwood Parks Conservancy ( you can support interpretive programing and other park stewardship. By donation to Save the Redwoods League ( you can learn support their conservation areas, and find out more ways to get involved in protecting our redwood parks.