Volunteers do so much to help protect our park and can be seen in the field serving in many different ways. Follow along as we explore the many different ways and areas that volunteers help out in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Whether at 12,000 feet shoveling rocks off the road or in a garage building fence pieces, the Road Hogs volunteer group does it all. And with their signature orange shirts, they're a hard bunch to miss.
The Rocky Mountain National Park Information Office fields over 60,000 inquiries a year. With information requests ranging from trip planning to possums and primrose, volunteers and staff are kept on their toes answering questions.
Have you ever visited somewhere, only to realize you’d left something behind? At Rocky Mountain National Park, a dedicated team of volunteers and rangers work diligently year-round to reunite lost and found items with their owners.
Five years after Carol Bell was originally assigned to a position at the Holzwarth Historic Site, she still finds herself working here, and returning happily season after season. In her words, she simply "fell in love" with the site. This group of volunteers shares that sentiment...
Reghan got to spend a morning chatting with Rocky's returning Artist-In-Residence, percussive storyteller Cory Hills, in the historic William Allen White Cabin. Learn more about Cory and his influence on the park through our program.
A very big and important piece of the Volunteers in Parks program is our group volunteers who work with Park staff and volunteer supervisors to complete projects throughout Rocky. During my first week as the VIP Intern, I was able to spend some time with two very special volunteer groups.
Last updated: June 1, 2016
1000 US Hwy 36
The Information Office is open year-round: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily in summer; 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Mondays - Fridays and 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Saturdays - Sundays in winter.
Recorded Trail Ridge Road status: (970) 586-1222.