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.
Join us for our 22nd year of service in Big Bend! We'll work on exciting new projects to enhance the historic and natural resources of this magnificent park. More »
Work on an invasive-plant removal project alongside a diverse group of women. We'll camp and hike in Borrego Palm Canyon amid breathtaking desert flora and fauna. More »
Participate in projects to conserve and restore facilities and the ecosystem in this area of desert grasslands. We'll enjoy mild weather in a region rich in southwestern history. More »
Southwest of Tucson, beneath an incomparable night sky, peaceful foothills surround our rustic lodging near Baboquivari Peak. We'll work to enhance grassland and woodland habitats of endangered species. More »
Leave behind the gray landscapes and come play in Florida's clear rivers, lakes, and springs while protecting a unique ecosystem--the largest sand pine forest in the world. More »
Help secure and save the last remaining undammed river in Arizona. We'll work with the Nature Conservancy on various projects to protect this critical river and flyway. 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 »
Jet-boat up the Snake River into Hell's Canyon Wilderness to assist with trail restoration and brushing, with time off to fish, hike scenic canyon trails, or explore our colorful surroundings. More »
Help the Shenandoah Valley Battlefield Foundation improve trails, landscape, and facilities at the site of one of the region's largest battles. We'll discover its history during downtime. More »
Explore the vibrant culture and environmental diversity of Chicago while working to protect two of the city's jewels, the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. During downtime, we'll visit museums and enjoy extraordinary ethnic meals. More »
Remove non-native vegetation to improve habitat, including nesting and fledging areas for the endangered snowy plover. Free days will offer opportunities for birding, hiking, watching elk, and kayaking. More »
From our lodging in Shoup Bay State Marine Park on Prince William Sound, we'll assist with cabin maintenance among spruce and hemlock forests, with time off to hike and watch for bears, otters, and bald eagles. More »