Many parks and sites need volunteers on a daily, weekly, monthly or bi-monthly basis, including Red Top Mountain State Park.
Volunteers get an opportunity to be involved for whatever time they have to give.
Here is your chance to volunteer as an individual or with your family and friends for 1-day event or on a weekly basis at your favorite park.
You choose your level of commitment. To become a volunteer in our system and learn about opportunities, please click on the link below.
Please note, you will see an option to pay our registration fee and submit the criminal background check. If you are planning on volunteering more than one time per month, this is a requirement. If you are only going to volunteering sparingly throughout the year, you may disregard that step. Thank you for your understanding. To see the Volunteer Packet and Guidelines for Georgia State Parks, click here.
What do Community Volunteers do at State Parks?
Interpretive Programs: Great for active or retired educators, volunteers are needed to produce fun and exciting interpretive, recreational, historical reenactments, or education events throughout the year.
Visitors Center and Park Office: Greet incoming visitors, share inforamation about the park and its amenities.
Maintenance and Trail Work: Help to keep our parks looking their best.
Community Volunteer: Many parks and sites need volunteers on a daily, weekly, monthly, or bi-monthly basis. This includes golf, conservation or train volunteers!