El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail Association would not be able to do what it does for the trail without volunteers! As the backbone of the trail, volunteers contribute thousands of hours and an abundance of financial resources each year to preserve and protect the trail and its resources.
As guardians of the Camino, volunteers are active in all aspects of trail-related work, from presentations and outreach, to research and mapping of trail resources, and helping with the upkeep of trail sites like Lobanillo! Volunteers work within communities, counties, state parks, and in our main office.
Collectively, these entities, comprising dozens of people, work together to manage the trail under a common vision for stewardship and preservation. We encourage you to join us in our efforts to protect the Camino and help to make it the world-class destination that is worthy of its designation as a National Historic Trail!
Click here for our volunteer form, and start the new year off by becoming a part of something that is so much greater than us; something that will be ever-lasting and stretch into time!