Interested in joining our Volunteer team?

To become a member of our Volunteer database, and receive our newsletters and recruitment appeals, complete the online application found in the link below. You will be notified immediately after completion of the application. 

  Volunteer Application Form


Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers help to supplement Sandusky County Park District staff in various roles throughout our park system. Volunteers also assist at our many events during the year. Below is a comprehensive list of many of our opportunities. 


Adopt-a-Park Help keep a designated area 

within the parks litter-free. Great task for groups and families to do together and make sure your park gets the special attention it deserves. 

Adopt a section of the North Coast Inland Trail and participate in clean-ups at least three times a year to keep it litter-free. 

Habitat, Gardening, Landscaping
If you have a green thumb, then this is the job for you. Help provide gardening support on various projects throughout the parks. 

Nature Center at Creek Bend Farm
Greeting visitors and answering the phone at the Wilson Nature Center.

Parades, Displays, Expos
If you enjoy talking to people and sharing what you love about the Park District, we would love your help at these events. You could help staff information tables at public events, or smile & wave in area parades. 

Program Assistant
Lend a hand to the Naturalists as they explore the creek, fields, and forests, sharing nature with children of all ages. 

Quilters & Crafters
Join in creating a yo-yo quilt, or assist with log cabin projects such as rug making, basket weaving, and more. 

Assist in research being done in the parks including bird banding, fish trapping, monarch tagging, and canoeing with eagles. 

Special Events
Large events, such as Farm Days at Creek Bend Farm, require volunteers for handing out maps & information, parking cars, directing visitors, and more. 

Volunteer Trail Patrol
Assist the Park District by providing customer service to park visitors. These dedicated volunteers walk or ride the trail, answering
questions and contacting park rangers when necessary.