Volunteer

Volunteers put the mission of Michigan Legacy Art Park into action. There are rewarding opportunities for everyone—guiding tours, greeting guests at the trailhead, event planning, maintenance, and more.


Submit Volunteer Interest Form

Those interested can also contact us directly.


Become a Tour Guide

We are currently seeking volunteers to serve as tour guides for school field trips and various groups throughout the year.

Curious? Let us know

Requirements

  • No prior art experience necessary
  • Enjoy being with people/kids
  • Physically able to hike rustic trail
  • Positive spirit
  • Flexible
  • Willing to learn

Tour Guides Receive

  • Training
  • Resources
  • Pocket Guide
  • Shadowing experienced guide

More Volunteer Opportunities


Tour Guide Training

September 12

This required training is the first step to becoming an Art Park tour guide. The two-hour training includes time in the park, information and tutorials from staff, printed resources, and a trail guide for reference.

Training day details

Trailhead Greeters

June – August

Many people visit the park for self-guided tours throughout the summer. These greeters welcome each guest, make sure they have trail maps, bug spray, activity guides, and answer any questions they may have.

Greeter Details

Stewardship Day at the Art Park

April 21

Each spring, many people are needed to help rake, pick-up sticks and clean sculptures. Meet at the Art Park trailhead at 9 a.m. to receive your assignment.

Stewardship Day

Fairies & Forts

June 16

Volunteers are needed to set-up/tear down, welcome visitors, and assist with art projects.

Contact Us to Sign up

Summer Sounds concert series

July – August

Volunteers are needed at each concert to help at Will Call, drive the golf cart and sell merchandise. These popular concerts are a fun way to support the Art Park while listening to great music in a beautiful setting.

Contact Us to Sign up

Winter Sounds Concert

Hiking along our new barrier-free trail, listening to holiday songs performed by the Benzie Central Choirs, singing along to carols, a bonfire, hot chocolate and community. Volunteers are needed for hanging lights along the trail and other setup duties.