Much of the work at Pinnacle Peak Park is done by the hands of volunteers - trailside or inside - the opportunities for individuals with time and talent to share are numerous.
Join our team!
Pinnacle Peak Park is always seeking fellow hikers, trail runners, rock climbers, or nature enthusiast, that love Pinnacle Peak Park and want to give back joining our dynamic team of volunteers.
- Trail Rovers
- Hike the trail and enhance the visitor experience by engaging with hikers, answering questions, and sharing information about the Peak. Trail Rovers also offer education on park rules and regulations and help with emergency situations as they arise on the trail.
- Trail Sweepers
- Prior to closing, hike the trail and “sweep” visitors toward the parking lot to help ensure everyone is safely off the peak and out of the park at closing.
- Trail Maintenance
- This team repairs and maintains the trail, keeping it safe and enjoyable for visitors. This is physical work using a variety of hand tools. No experience necessary.
- Visitor Center Attendant
- Actively engage with park visitors, offering helpful advice, suggestions, answering questions, and facilitating the Junior Ranger Program.
- Interpretive Leaders
- Lead interpretive hikes along the trail, or talks in the ramada, discussing a variety of topics including plants, animals, geology, and history.
- Your Specialty
- Do you have a special skill or passion that you would like to share with the park? Let us know!
How to apply
- 1. Complete Application
- 2. Submit Application
- Completed applications can be dropped off at the park’s Visitor Center or emailed directly to the Park Manager, Dave Myers at email@example.com.
Alternatively, one can be provided at the Pinnacle Peak Park Visitor Center. Just ask one of our friendly volunteers or staff members for an application.
Your application will be used to help us best align your interests with our needs. After your application has been reviewed, a Pinnacle Peak team member will reach out with next steps.
- New volunteers receive individualized training that covers a variety of topics including visitor engagement, safety, flora & fauna, park procedures, and more
- Mandatory group trainings are held bi-annually for all volunteers and cover topics such as first aid and fire safety
- Voluntary continuing education trainings are also held throughout the year and cover topics such as flora& fauna, Hohokam, area history, and geology
We are grateful for all with an interest in volunteering! Please stop by or contact us at 480-312-0990 for more information about the application process and open opportunities.