Give something back to the public lands you love on a Sierra Club volunteer vacation! Accommodating all levels of skill and stamina, service trips feature tasks like building and maintaining trails, repairing meadows, helping archaeologists, and eradicating non-native vegetation.
Free days are yours to hike, swim, or simply relax among the spectacular surroundings. And best of all, as The New York Times recently pointed out, "Sierra Club keeps prices low." Learn more about the service trips program on our Volunteer Vacations page.
Check out our featured picks below, or browse the full lineup by activity, destination, date, or price.
Southwest of Tucson, beneath an incomparable night sky, peaceful foothills surround our rustic lodging near Baboquivari Peak. We'll work to enhance the grassland and woodland habitats of endangered species. More »
Camp and work on trail projects in a magnificent redwood forest. We will have the opportunity to hike and explore the beautiful California coast and possibly see the majestic condor. More »
Help protect this fragile ecosystem by removing invasive plants. We'll learn about desert ecology and the unique adaptations of native desert plants and animals, with opportunities for wildlife sightings and wildflower displays. More »
Join us for our 25th year helping build and restore trails in Nantahala National Forest. We'll enjoy scrumptious meals and relaxing accommodations at a lodge tucked away in the lush North Carolina mountains. More »
Spring brings an incredible burst of birdsong, croaking frogs, and new growth in this unique karst geology. We'll help with invasive-plant removal, trail work, and research projects and tour caves during free time. More »
Help preserve historic sites in the redrock splendor of the Southwest. Magnificent scenery, new friends, moderate temperatures, and great food will make this an adventure you will always remember. More »
Assist the New York Botanical Garden with conservation of the 50-acre urban remnant of a forest that once covered all of Manhattan. We'll attend conservation talks and sample cultural events by night. More »
Maintain historic buildings and restore artifacts and landscape at the site of a decisive Civil War battle. Return each day to cozy woodland cabins, tasty meals, and evening programs. More »
Perched above the Chiricahua Desert in southeastern Arizona is a diverse forested sky island. We'll hang out with coatimundi, fox squirrels, and Hercules beetles while repairing trail erosion and clearing blow-downs. More »