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Become a Volunteer Today!

Notice: We are updating our position openings. Please complete and submit a Volunteer Application if you are interested in volunteering at one of our parks.
Camphosts

Volunteering as a Camp Host or Day Volunteer for New Mexico State Parks is a very rewarding way that you can help to make a real difference!   Volunteers play an essential role in helping us provide a quality outdoor recreation experience for our visitors. Camp Hosts are often the first to meet and greet arriving campers and provide them with key information about the parks amenities.

Benefits:
Camp Hosts receive a free campsite with hookups (where available) in exchange for a minimum of 24 hours of volunteer service per week.

State Park
# Positions
Position Type
Details
NW REGION


3- Navajo Lake     

1- Bluewater Lake


Camp Hosts

Camp Hosts

 


Now-Spring

Now- 3/31/17

NE REGION


1- Conchas Lake
1- Ute Lake

Group- Ute Lake

1- Vietnam Veterans Memorial

 


Camp Hosts
Camp Hosts

Trail Maintenance


Resident Volunteer

Now- Spring
Now- Spring (additional positions opening for Spring 2017)
Available now- 3 mile long trail

May10- Sept 2017 (Duties include visitor center staffing, leading guided tours, assistance with various collection related tasks and light grounds work.)
SW REGION
Group- City of Rocks
Trail Maintenance
Available now
CENTRAL REGION
1- Storrie Lake
1- Villanueva
Camp Hosts
Camp Hosts
Now- Apr. 1st (no septic or dump station)
Nov.- Apr.
SE REGION
     

 

For current openings please contact the Parks directly

For general information contact the
Volunteer Program Coordinator
Janice Krish at:  janice.krish@state.nm.us

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