Assist in hosting special, sport and social events for individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities, seniors and veterans. Activities include special events, socials, tours, teaching and adapting sports skills for individuals with disabilities.
Bicycle Motocross (BMX at Waterford Oaks Race Track)
Track maintenance begins in April. Assist in the weekly operation of BMX by providing technical assistance at practices and races. Duties include bike inspection, registration, scoring, staging, corner marshaling and concessions.
Campground Hosts assist campers by answering questions, explaining the rules, providing directions and assisting with check-in.
Campground Laborers help maintain the grounds by maintaining flower beds, picking up trash, clearing trails and monitoring restrooms for cleanliness.
Campground Recreation Volunteers assist with a variety of activities to entertain campers including arts and crafts, dances, games, movies and events.
Dog Park Ambassadors and Gatekeepers (Lyon Oaks, Orion Oaks & Red Oaks)
Answer visitors’ general questions, distribute park materials and report concerns or comments to park management. Gatekeepers sign up for shifts to support customer service and park security.
Golf Courses and Programs
Support one of five golf courses as a starter, ranger or cart attendant. There are additional opportunities to assist with tournaments, leagues, learn to golf programs and special events.
Learn about history and preservation while supporting the identification, research, documentation and archival of historical assets of the parks system at the direction of our Chief Archivist. History Corps Docent may provide interpretation of historical assets by conducting tours, staffing information booths, hosting programs and answering questions about exhibits.
Assist in supporting the efforts of nature center staff by greeting nature center guests, caring for captive animals, assisting with nature education programs, badge days and trail walks, preparing program and craft supplies or maintaining outdoor gardens.
Natural Resources Stewardship
Support restoration management of our natural areas by helping with the control and removal of invasive plant species and collection and dispersal of native plant seed. Citizen Science efforts include monitoring bluebird nestboxes or conducting surveys including frog, grassland bird and butterfly counts.
Assist with one-day events such as the Fire & Ice winter festival, the Great Marshmallow Drop in springtime, Boo Bash and Haunted Hallows in the fall or events held at dog parks and the county market throughout the year.
Be the eyes and ears of the Park trails, while enjoying the outdoors as you patrol park trails on foot. Promote safe and proper use of the trails by providing information to visitors on Park rules and policies.