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404 North Havana Street
Spokane, WA 99202
(509) 477-4730
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News: In 2013, the Washington Trails Association donated over 1,700 hours of trail work to help improve the trails at Liberty Lake Regional Park, Dishman Hills Conservation Area, and other properties!

Volunteers Opportunities

Every year organizations, neighbors, groups, schools, and businesses choose to volunteer their time at a Spokane County park. From mowing lawns and picking up trash to trail repair and ecological restoration projects, these volunteer activities are especially crucial to maintaining Spokane County's parks and natural areas in these tough economic times.

If you or your organization is interested in volunteering in a Spokane County park or natural area, please view the list of opportunities below or contact Bryant Robinson, Park Ranger at 477-6395 or brobinson@spokanecounty.org

Check back for future volunteer opportunities.

Campground Host Opportunity

Campground Hosts serve as a liaison between park users and park staff. Hosts live in the campground at Liberty Lake Regional Park in a designated RV space in order to provide a personal touch and to accommodate the needs of park visitors. The Campground Hosts' primary responsibilities are to:

  • be a visible representative of the campground;
  • promote care of the campground by performing light maintenance work and being a model camper;
  • greet and assist visitors;
  • inform visitors of campground rules;
  • answer visitor questions;
  • distribute facility information; and 
  • collect and monitor camping fees and permits 

Additional Information:

To Apply:

The Campground Host position for the 2013 season has been filled. However, we are accepting applications in the event a vacancy occurs. To apply please submit a cover letter and resume to:  Recreation Program Manager, 404 N. Havana, Spokane WA 99004. E-mail   recreation@Spokanecounty.org or call (509) 477-2719. *Open until filled, cut off is each Monday at 8:00am.