Visitor Services Volunteer
Arizona State Parks & Trails
Anyone who truly loves the historic wild west, would enjoy volunteering at the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park. The Visitor Services Volunteer will provide excellent customer service skills by welcoming visitors to the Park, processing entrance fees, gift shop sales, and responding to questions pertaining to the history of the Courthouse. All COVID-19 protocols are strictly adhered to, i.e. social distancing and wearing face masks when social distancing is not possible.
There may be times when the volunteer can participate in special events through the wearing of historic apparel and performing dramatic reenactments. This would strictly be voluntary.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Arizona State Parks & Trails
23751 N 23rd Ave Ste# 190, Phoenix, AZ 85085, US
Managing and conserving Arizona’s natural, cultural and recreational resources for the benefit of the people both in our parks and through our partners.
All parks in the system are classified under one of the three following categories:
Purpose: To provide present and future generations the opportunity to pursue their desired outdoor recreational activities.
These areas possess outstanding potential for active recreational use. They have as their primary purpose the provision of active and passive recreational opportunities for the visiting public and allow for access and development for recreational uses. Intensive and diverse recreational use of the park is the main developmental objective. State Historic Park
Purpose: To interpret, protect and enhance areas of historical, cultural or commemorative value that are intrinsic to Arizona’s heritage.
State Natural Area
Purpose: To preserve, protect and study significant scenic, geological, or ecological areas within Arizona for their functional and inherent values and for present and future generations.