Yes, kids are welcome but any minors under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
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In general, you should wear closed-toed shoes, long pants and weather appropriate clothes. If you have them, you can bring work/gardening gloves.
Always bring water and feel free to bring your own snack if you’d like. Other things to think about bringing include sunscreen and/or bug spray.
If the weather forecast is bad, a call will be made to cancel the event by 3:00 pm the Friday before the event. This will be updated on the monthly Facebook event or you can call the park office at 651-430-8370. If you have not seen anything by 3:00 pm, assume the event is still happening. If there is lightning during the event, it is automatically cancelled.
No, a single day volunteer parking pass will be provided to you when you arrive at the Eagle Point Lake Trailhead. If you do have a parks permit, that will work as well.
Yes, please do! It helps us if you RSVP, but volunteers are always welcome.
Not a problem, just come for as long as you can and express this to the head steward when you arrive.
The volunteers will be at Eagle Point Lake Trailhead until 9:40 every day.
If you are later than 9:40 am, stop in at the park office at the park entrance. Tell them you are here to volunteer with natural resources and they will provide you a parking pass and let you know where to meet the group.
If you have a group of approximately 10+ people and would like to come volunteer, see section for “Group Volunteer opportunities”.