The Department of Natural Resources’ Division of State Parks & Historic Sites' mission is to protect our state's natural beauty and historic integrity while providing opportunities for public enjoyment and education. We manage more than 60 properties that preserve the state's environment and history. From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Colonial Coast, our sites offer an exceptional variety of resources.
If you have been asked to perform community service for school/university or other credit. Please apply using the community volunteer registration and indicate this is for credit with your school.
The beauty of this state, and the diversity of its cultural and natural resources has, over the years, attracted visitors in untold millions to the state’s parks and historic sites to learn, to stretch, to relax, to explore, to appreciate—and to find themselves by losing themselves in a world of grandeur and wonder. Through this Volunteer Program we expect to be able to extend these benefits to many more Georgians and their guests, and to enrich their visits with more and better services and facilities. The Volunteer Program is a fun and educational opportunity for you to get involved. By enriching the lives of others, you enrich your own. It will be an experience you will remember for years to come. A task somewhere is waiting to be done; a child somewhere is waiting to learn; a trail somewhere is waiting to be built. Georgia’s parks and historic sites offer varied opportunities for volunteers to enrich their lives while enriching the lives of others. We hope this is a program that you cannot resist.