Lake Pleasant Regional Park hosts many visitors throughout the year, which makes keeping up with trash clean-up along Lake Pleasant’s vast shoreline a difficult task. Not only is litter ugly to look at, but it also can be a health risk for our native wildlife.
We are seeking willing and able volunteers to provide the manpower to walk the shoreline and bag trash and litter. Due to the heat, we will start early. You must be in good physical condition with the ability to work outdoors, standing, walking, and or bending over in the desert heat the entire time.
Trash bags will be provided. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own gloves and trash pickers. Make sure to bring plenty of water. A sun hat, sunscreen, a salty snack, and good hiking shoes are recommended.
Please check-in at the Main Entry Station and then meet at the Group Campground. Sign-in will begin at 7:00 am. A Safety briefing will be held before we start the clean-up.
In return for your generous service, all volunteers will receive free admission to Lake Pleasant for the entire day!
For questions, please contact:
Casey Carter - Interpretive Park Ranger
To register, please click on the link https://signup.com/go/hQXLkdx.