Become a Texas State Park Ambassador!

Explore Texas state parks and introduce others to these special places.

Inspire your friends, motivate your community – and spread the word that life's better outside!

Inspire Others: Support Your Parks

As a state park ambassador, you will use your interests, skills and creativity to draw new visitors to our parks. You will also see beautiful places and gain valuable volunteer experience.

What does an ambassador do?

  • Explore parks (yes, that's part of your job!).
  • Talk about your adventures on social media.
  • Speak at meetings and community events.
  • Organize special events (like concerts or service projects.
  • Create unique products (like videos).


Make a Difference: Make Connections

Your job will be to reach out to people who traditionally don't visit state parks, especially young adults. Working with state park staff, you will come up with creative ways to help connect your peers and community to state parks.

You will make a difference by making connections!


Get Involved: Apply

We are always looking for new ambassadors!

To sign up, go to the ambassador volunteer opportunity page. We'll send you more information and talk with you about your ideas and goals. (You must be at least 16 years old.)

If you are accepted, we will hook you up with resources to start you on your adventure!

For more info, contact the Ambassador team at Ambassadors@tpwd.texas.gov, or (512) 389-8671.


Spotlight


Meet Texas State Park Ambassador Brandi Heasley

Texas State Park Ambassador Brandi Heasley at Colorado Bend State Park.

"I'm just a girl who grew up at the beach loving all things nature and wildlife. My childhood was spent outside partaking in camping, hiking, biking, and kayaking and these activities are still very much a part of my life. Once I started college, I realized my purpose in life was to educate others on the beauty and importance of the great outdoors. From then on, I devoted my time at Baylor University to studying Environmental Studies. With this knowledge, combined with my passion and newfound love of blogging I hope to inspire my peers, just as the works of Rachel Carson, John Muir, and one of my college professors, have influenced me."

Some of Brandi's works.




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