We welcome you to join our fun loving, big hearted, volunteer community! From trail maintenance to leading a fitness class to everything in-between, we need you! If you are interested in volunteering in one of the positions below, have an idea of your own, and/or have expertise that would help PCPaRC grow in capacity to better serve Preston County, just send us an email or a facebook message. Helping Preston County reach health, fitness, and quality of life goals is incredibly rewarding and together we can accomplish more than you can imagine. Our volunteers are invaluable to us and we look forward to working with you.
Volunteer to help PCPaRC with our seasonal events and programing! Help plan and carry out park events.
Help PCPaRC maintain our beautiful parks by helping with gardening and landscaping, general upkeep and maintenance, and implementing park projects. All experience levels welcome!
Assist PCPaRC by being a Recreation Assistant! Recreation Assistants will help PCPaRC with our programs, such as Wellness in the Park, Preston Rambles, and more.
Have a program you would like to start with PCPaRC? Some examples include Youth Mountain-biking, leading fitness classes, running clubs, or wherever your interests and talents lie! Contact us to discuss your ideas.
Help PCPaRC maintain Preston County trails so that they are accessible for everyone. Specific trail crew work days will be organized, or volunteers can adopt a section of trail for routine upkeep or trail monitoring.
Wellness in the Park
Help PCPaRC provide low-cost group fitness classes throughout Preston County. Your volunteer time will make a direct impact on reducing economic barriers for exercise and fitness. It's a fun way to give back to your community! Plus for every class you volunteer for, you earn a free class! Volunteer guidelines can be found below in the Volunteer Training Manual. Contact us for more information and to set up a volunteer schedule that works for you.
Volunteer Training Manual
Click HERE to access our Volunteer Training Manual to get a better idea of the individual volunteer roles.