Point Reyes volunteers play an essential role in promoting park stewardship, restoring habitat, monitoring special status species and educating visitors. Volunteering is a great way to learn more about the Seashore, go behind the scenes, and connect with others who love and care for Point Reyes. Point Reyes National Seashore Association (PRNSA) and the National Park Service (NPS) offer an variety of day long to long-term volunteer opportunities. Please join us!
Every July, PRNSA and the NPS host the Annual Volunteer Celebration at the Bear Valley Picnic Area to honor and celebrate our fabulous volunteers and their many accomplishments.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
- Dinner on the Pacific Plate on Saturday, October 8th - PRNSA's annual fundraising party in the park - is in need of volunteers for three shifts from 10am to 10pm; volunteers aged 10 years and up are welcome and free housing in the park is available. For more information, click here.
PRNSA office volunteers assist with filing, database management, mailings, writing, editing and program promotion.
Field Institute Class Facilitators assist instructors with class preparation, set-up, welcoming and supporting participants. Click here for more information and to register for our upcoming Field Institute Facilitator Training on February 12th!
- National Park Service volunteers assist park staff with a variety of tasks from pulling invasive plants to monitoring special status species to helping with visitor services.
Contact our Volunteer Coordinator for more information:
Point Reyes National Seashore Association
- Marc Matheson, Volunteer Coordinator
(415) 663-1200 x 310
National Park Service Volunteer Opportunities
View NPS volunteer opportunities
- Doug Hee, National Park Service Volunteers-In-Parks Manager, Point Reyes National Seashore