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Virginia’s Kiptopeke State Park Calls for Volunteers for Cleanup Event on February 24

In a significant initiative to prepare Kiptopeke State Park for the upcoming camping season, park officials have announced a Volunteer Park Cleanup event scheduled for February 24, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This effort underscores the park’s commitment to maintaining its natural beauty and readiness for visitors seeking outdoor adventures.

Kiptopeke State Park volunteers ready for cleanup | Image by Kiptopeke State Park via dcr.virginia.gov

“Lend an extra set of hands to help us clean up and prepare the park for camping season this year.”We will need help with trail trimming, minor construction, painting, and beach cleanup. Let us know if you have a special skill in any of those areas so we can find the best project to suit your skills,” Kiptopeke State Park Manager Sean Dixon said. 

According to a press release, volunteers are instructed to meet at the park office on the day of the event, where they will be assigned to their respective cleanup tasks. The park will provide the necessary gloves and tools for the activities planned throughout the day. However, participants are advised to bring their water bottles and to dress appropriately for outdoor work, ensuring safety and comfort while contributing to the park’s maintenance efforts.

This volunteer event is not just a call to action for community service but also an opportunity for individuals to engage with the natural environment actively. It represents a chance to contribute to the preservation and enhancement of one of Virginia’s cherished state parks, making it a more inviting space for campers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Virginia State Parks are known for their diverse activities and amenities, including more than 1,800 campsites and 300 climate-controlled cabins. The cleanup at Kiptopeke State Park is part of a broader effort to ensure that Virginia’s state parks remain pristine and accessible. 

Interested volunteers seeking to participate in the Kiptopeke State Park cleanup are encouraged to contact the park directly at 757-331-2267 or via email at william.ellson@dcr.virginia.gov for more details. 

By calling 800-933-PARK or visiting www.virginiastateparks.gov, individuals can plan their visits and learn more about the various activities and amenities available across Virginia’s state parks.

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February 15, 2024 10:03 pm

Join us at Kiptopeke State Park on February 24 to make a transformative difference. Let’s connect and create a uplifting environment.

February 15, 2024 11:44 pm
Reply to  CaseySprint

Include me in for the cleanup. Are we bringing snacks for the dedicated team?

February 16, 2024 4:49 am

Isn’t it wonderful to contribute at Kiptopeke State Park? Volunteers can make a difference and meet fellow conservation enthusiasts.

Julie Roberts
Julie Roberts
February 16, 2024 2:19 pm
Reply to  mike1984

It’s incredible to contribute at Kiptopeke State Park and make a positive impact on the environment. It’s a rewarding and satisfying experience. When we come together for cleanups, we can see a significant difference in the park’s beauty. Plus, meeting like-minded conservation enthusiasts is a wonderful way to connect and make a meaningful impact. Don’t hesitate to join us!

Laura Martin
Laura Martin
February 16, 2024 5:12 am

Have you considered joining the invigorating cleanup event at Kiptopeke State Park? It’s a chance to connect with nature and actively protect the park’s beauty. By participating, you’ll contribute to creating an inviting environment for campers and outdoor enthusiasts.

February 16, 2024 5:46 am

Hey, have you heard about the cleanup event at Virginia’s Kiptopeke State Park on February 24? It sounds astonishing! Volunteers can also take part in a birding walk and learn about the park’s conservation efforts. So unexpected!

March 19, 2024 12:50 pm

Ready to help keep Kiptopeke State Park pristine? Join the cleanup event on February 24. Let’s tackle trail trimming, construction, painting, and beach cleanup together! Let’s make a difference!

April 28, 2024 4:28 pm

Have you heard about the cleanup event at Kiptopeke State Park? It’s happening on February 24, and if you volunteer, you get a free lunch as a thank you! Register online to join in. It’s a great way to give back and enjoy the park. See you there!


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