Come get involved!
Volunteers play an invaluable role in the protection and management of regional district parks and trails. They develop and maintain park facilities, serve on committees and keep a watchful eye on what's happening.
Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community, meet new people, and help others to explore and enjoy the natural beauty of our region.There are many ways you to volunteer. The best way is to join one of our current partners and sign up to help with their next project. Contact the partners directly or let us help you find a good match based on your interests, skills, time, and energy.
If you like taking pictures while exploring your parks you could be a volunteer photographer helping us to showcase the wonders of nature to found in the parks on our website, park interpretive signs and trail brochures.
Contact the CVRD community services department bye email or call 250-334-6000 to find out how you can take part
- Park volunteer safety guidelines [PDF - 1.3 MB]
- Park volunteer safety guidelines - no power tools [PDF - 1.2 MB]
Wondering what park stewardship activities are already taking place in your neighbourhood?
The regional district is very fortunate to have many local groups and individuals volunteer their time, talents and ideas to help develop and maintain our park facilities. You and your family and friends have no doubt enjoyed one of the many trails, bridges, boat ramps and signs created by one of our community park partners. Join us in thanking these community minded people and groups for their kind-hearted contributions. They have made our parks a treasure to explore!
- Back Country Horsemen of BC – One Spot Trail, Seal Bay Park and Wildwood Forest
- Boat Launch Committee of the Denman Island Residents Association – Bill Mee park
- Comox Valley Land Trust– Masters Greenway and One Spot Trail
- Comox Valley Naturalists – Little River and Seal Bay nature parks
- Hornby Island Mountain Bike Association – Crown land trails, Mount Geoffrey park
- Mountainaire Avian Rescue – Tsolum Spirit & Headquarters Townsite parks and One Spot Trail
- Parks Committee of the Denman Island Residents Association – Morning Beach, Stanehill and Maple parks
- Parks Committee of the Hornby Island Residents and Ratepayers Association – Crown land trails, Mount Geoffrey, Grassy Point, Hidden Beach, Sandpiper Beach and Clam Shell parks
- Oyster River Enhancement Society – Bear Creek nature park
- Plateau Road Residents Association – Nymph Falls nature park
- Strathcona Sunrise Rotary Club – Dyke Road Park
- Trails Committee of the Denman Island Residents Association – Denman Cross-Island trail