Friends of Frontenac


Who Are The Friends' Volunteers?

Our volunteers are members of the Friends of Frontenac Park. The volunteer program started in 1992 and now contributes over 1,000 hours of volunteer time annually.
Membership benefits Frontenac Park

How Are volunteers Trained?

A training session is offered by Park staff and Friends each Spring for new Volunteers. The training provides instruction on the essential information about the Park: its history, natural history, services and regulations, plus guidance on public relations and Park services, followed by an on-trail session explaining the requirements for proper trail maintenance and safety.

Who Can Be A volunteer?

Any member of the Friends of Frontenac comfortable sharing knowledge about the park can become a volunteer guide. They must be willing to volunteer time during the summer months, although the programs operate all year round.
Frontenac Park supporter program

Are There Other Volunteer Programs?

The Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks accepts volunteers to work in the park under the direction of regular staff. This type of work may include specific construction projects, staff enforcement patrols or campsite maintenance.

How Do I Sign Up?

If you want to know more or are interested in assisting with any of the volunteer programmes at Frontenac Park, please contact us at 


Or call the Frontenac Park office