Volunteer Park Patrol
County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation
Open space areas and park preserves are served by volunteer foot, bicycle and equestrian patrols. Patrol members assist park staff by being the extra eyes and ears, and provide the public with information on park resources and policies; help to ensure visitor safety and aid in the maintenance of trails and open areas. Patrol members provide their own bicycles and horses. This a terrific way to get out and enjoy our wonderful open space parks and preserves while serving the community and getting excersize too!
About County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation
5500 Overland Avenue, Suite 410, San Diego, CA 92123, US
To enhance the quality of life in San Diego by providing opportunities for high quality parks and recreation experiences and to preserve regionally significant natural and cultural resources.
The County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation strives to have a park and recreation system that is the pride of San Diego County. We offer camping, fishing, boating, hiking, picnicking, weddings, interpretive programs, nature study, volunteer opportunities, trails, senior centers, and youth programs. We serve a population of approximately 3,000,000 within 4,200 square miles. We have over 90 locations, including camgrounds, picnic parks, open space preserves, historic sites, community centers, teen centers, sports complexes, local parks and wetlands.