Get Involved at Anastasia State Park
Want to give back to the community and help maintain the natural beauty of Anastasia State Park? A variety of volunteer positions and opportunities are always available! You can lend a hand in field work both maintaining the trails and aiding in beach cleanups. You could also assist rangers at the ranger station helping to keep the park and its programs running smoothly. In some cases, internships covering a wide range of duties can be arranged for college credit pending school approval.
Resident Campground Host: Provide public relations and general park information. Work on special projects as designated by management. Monitor activities in the campground and notify park staff when action is needed. Maintain campground facilities and sites to park standards. Other related tasks.
Field Worker: Clean the beach, camp sites, and nature trails. Perform grounds work such as mowing, weed eating, trail maintenance, painting, and other related tasks.
Interpretative Leader: Offer educational programs to the public, which can include talks, slide shows or power-point presentations, guided tours, living history, etc. All programs are subject to the Park Services Specialist’s approval.
Ranger Station Assistant: Operate the ranger station during open hours, greet people and take entry tolls, check in campers, answer telephone and complete other odd jobs. Educate yourself, as well as the public on park rules, history, programs/events, facilities, and ecology.
Friends of Anastasia State Park Member: Contribute to Friends of Anastasia awareness and/or set up a FOA Booth at the park for special events. Help with new member sign-up, membership recruitment, roadside cleanup, and other administrative duties. Serve on the CSO Board and on the multiple committees.