Pioneer Park requires many volunteers to fit their busy
Tours begin in April and there is a need
in each building April through June.
tours resume again in mid-September through October.
The Park offers interesting and fun to learn training
programs. Volunteers are provided a guide book as a
reference guide for each building.
Crew usually start early in the morning, break for
coffee, and share a potluck lunch. Last year, our Tuesday
Crew worked on over 60 projects. This year there is more
need for help than ever. We want to re-open this
summer the Machinery building and the Old Hearth & Home
which have been closed for nearly a decade. Several of
the village buildings are also going to require painting
and repairs to the foundations as we celebrate our 39th
Can't make it
to Minnesota Pioneer Park but still want to help? You
could be one of our many and special Home Volunteers.We
often need dessert bakers (we'll pick up your
Special Events require many volunteers to help with all
aspects from planning, setting up, collecting at the
gate, gift shop, building interpreters, people willing to
demonstrate a skill, craft or hobby, food preparation and
serving, and clean up. Click here for Event
several volunteers meet to do building repair and
maintenance. They also work on our renovation
We also need
volunteers to help stuff envelopes, fold newsletters, and
other help in other office oriented ways.
time clock to punch - no minimum hours you must put in.
You help out when you want and how you want. We guarantee
you will have a great time volunteering at Minnesota