Volunteering doesn’t just help the Park District; it helps the community and you!

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Are you sick of your same routine? Want to have a great time while doing something for your community? Want to explore Your Parks? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, consider becoming a volunteer for the Miami County Park District.

By becoming a volunteer, you not only get to know the different parks you gain new experiences. It is also a great way to improve your physical and mental health. Did you know that spending time outdoors increases your concentration, elevates your mood, and raises vitamin D levels? With all these benefits, why wouldn’t you want to volunteer?

Who can be a Volunteer?

Anyone who wants to help make a difference can be a volunteer. You don’t have to love being outdoors or have prior experience. The Park District offers training and a variety of volunteer opportunities to suit your interests and skill set.

The hours you spend volunteering can be used as part of community service requirements. Children under the age of 12 require a parent or guardian’s supervision.

We also have special customized volunteer opportunities available for corporations and organizations.

Volunteering is easy!

Choose a Volunteer Opportunity

Contact Mindy Weaver at 937-335-6273 or mweaver@miamicountyparks.com to volunteer for the Park District! She will then help you find an opportunity that fits with your skills and interests. 

Volunteer Day

Dress for the weather, bring water and any other supplies Mindy recommended for your volunteer day. If you have to cancel, please contact Mindy Weaver.

Group Volunteer

Is your business/organization looking to make a difference in the community? If so, look no further than the Miami County Park District. Volunteering for Your Parks provides great team building experience, improves the quality of life in Miami County and promotes visibility of your group. Come up with your own project or talk with outreach coordinator, Mindy Weaver, for ideas. 

Holiday Lights at Lost Creek Reserve for 2024

Is your Miami County non profit youth, school or community civic group looking to make $500 for an evening of work? We need volunteers for the Holiday Lights at Lost Creek Reserve. Responsibilities include collecting money from guests and helping with traffic control. The minimum age for volunteering is 12 years and the group of 10-12 must have at least 4 adults. Download the application and return today.

Many Thanks!

A big thanks goes out to all the volunteers that help us throughout the year; we could not do it all without your help and support!!!