Volunteers play a vital role at Outer Banks Forever and in our Outer Banks national parks. Thank you for giving your time to help us protect these special places!

Current Volunteer Needs:

Rodanthe Beach Cleanup: March 16

Park Day Beach Cleanup at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site: Saturday, April 15

Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, in partnership with American Battlefield Trust and Outer Banks Forever, will host a beach cleanup at Etheridge Point, the park’s sound side beach access in celebration of Park Day on Saturday, April 15! Volunteers can meet at the Etheridge Point beach at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site at 10 a.m. From Park Headquarters (1401 National Park Drive, Manteo, NC, 27954), turn on Pear Pad Road and follow that one-half mile until the road ends at Etheridge Point. Volunteers will have the opportunity to participate in a short presentation about the Civil War Battle of Roanoke Island and learn about the nearby location of a former Civil War camp. Volunteers will help remove litter from the beach at Etheridge Point. As time allows, the group may move to nearby shoreline areas for litter removal. All volunteers are encouraged to wear thick-soled footwear, gloves, and comfortable work clothing. Bring water, snacks, and a bag lunch. Feel free to invite your friends, family members, neighbors, or coworkers to join you! For more information, contact Tom Avery at thomas_avery@nps.gov.

If you are interested in joining this effort, please fill out the form below.