Keystone Heritage Park Needs Volunteers To Help Guide Tours Through The Gardens At Keystone
El Paso has a lot of natural beauty, and one of the loveliest parts of town could use your help. You'll be blown away by the park from the first time you visit.
Keystone Heritage Park and The Gardens at Keystone are in desperate need of volunteers. It's just a few hours a week to help keep the 4,500-year-old archeological site and its archaic wetlands in the best shape they can be in. They are also looking for docents to help give tours to and in the Gardens.
There are over 250 varieties of birds, and a desert botanical garden on the site, and it is really one of the most amazing hidden gems in the El Paso area.
Schools often take tours of the grounds, and having enough docents on site would help with the groups. If you are interested in finding out how you can help, email Keystone Heritage Park at email@example.com, or call 915-581-7920. You can also find them on Facebook by clicking on the link above.