Volunteering at the Park

    A typical scene at CRSP. Photo by MH. Cuyamaca Rancho State Park is a unique, beautiful, green oasis in golden Southern California. Springs and small creeks scattered throughout the Park’s scenic 25,000 acres support a surprising variety of plant life ranging from grasses and sage to cool, shaded forests. There are magnificent oak trees, stands of willows, alder and sycamore, incense cedar, white fir, and four varieties of pine trees. The beauty and uniqueness of Cuyamaca has the ability to deeply effect visitors. For this reason many people choose to volunteer a portion of their time and energy to the park or to support the Interpretive Association with donations or memberships. If you have been moved by the wonders of Cuyamaca, we have a place for you!

   

Volunteering for C.R.S.P.I.A.

  CRSPIA is always looking for volunteers to assist with clerical and other tasks for the Association.  We have a regular need for volunteers to assist with publishing CRSPIA’s quarterly newsletter, “The Sentinel”.  If you have a background in finance, our Treasurer is always looking for help.  Part of CRSPIA’s income comes from our sales of firewood and ice in the campgrounds.  We always need assistance with unloading these products from the vendor’s trucks.  And there is always a need for volunteers to staff the front counter at the Park’s Gift Shop.  Won’t you step up and help your Association today?
If you would like to assist with getting out our newsletter please contact our Editor.  If you would like to help greet visitors to our park by assisting at the Gift Shop, please contact our Store Manager . No matter what you think that you can provide to your organization, please contact CRSPIA’s President [link here] who can help get you lined up with interesting and rewarding volunteer work.

CAMP HOST

  Both parks are always looking for qualified Camp Hosts to live in the campground and assist our visitors and Park staff - electric, water and sewer hookups provided. For more information, please contact the Park's Camp Host Coordinator.

 

 

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