Volunteer on Vacation in Hawaii for Friends of Haleakala National Park

Volunteers in Hawaii: Friends of Haleakala National Park, Maui. Photo by Matt Wordeman.
Photo by Matt Wordeman courtesy of Friends of Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii

Friends of Haleakala National Park

Anyone interested in hiking Haleakala Crater would be fortunate to connect with these folks on their service trip into the park. Two to four days are spent in the park, working days, and stargazing at night .

Bunk house type lodging is provided in the cabins inside the crater. Work ranges from invasive species removal to planting native plants, and maintenance of the wilderness cabins. A park ranger will be along on the service trips. Volunteers will have time daily to explore Haleakala's stunning moonscape.

All are welcome, 7 years and older. Must be able to backpack distances in changeable weather conditions. Volunteers need sleeping bags, food , water, flashlight and weeding tool. As much advance notice as possible is requested. Trips are monthly, please check the Friends of Haleakala National Park website.

Lend a Hand: Monthly, 2- to 4-day service trips of eradicating invasive species and planting natives. Groups are welcome with as much advanced notice as possible. Hikes range from 4 to 10 miles to the wilderness cabins.

Friends of Haleakala National Park
P.O. Box 322
Makawao,Hi. 96768

Farley Jacobs
808 248-7660

Matt Wordeman
808 876-1673



Volunteer on Vacation in Hawaii is 2009-2010 by Cherie Attix and is sponsored by: The Hale Hookipa Inn Maui Bed and Breakfast in Makawao, Hookipa Aikane (home sharing friend) Maui Hawaii Blog, Bald Mt. Press, Green Maui Weddings from Paradise Maui, Kona Comfort Gourmet Organic Kona Coffee, Hawaii Stuff, Supak free desktop wallpaper, and Nealon Ohana.
Many more volunteer opportunities are listed at Serve.gov
United We Serve - Serve.gov