Volunteer Work Opportunities

Volunteer Work Opportunities Weekend/Days

We set up a work day/weekend and rally our friends and volunteers to help! We desperately need help fixing/cleaning up the cabins, trimming the lawn, setting up the horse area, and just doing a general polish to camp!

Please share this information with your community groups, friends and family! We provide the food, lodging and fun. Thank you for your support!

Update! Camp Cavell Spring Clean-up Days have been adapted to address virus concerns. 

-Temperature checks may be issued at the camp’s gate.

-Household families will be working in designated areas together & sharing same cabins.

-Please try and bring and only use your own tools, cleaning supplies and rakes.

-Work mostly out of doors.

-Keep 6-foot distance from others working near you.

-Bring a face mask for everyone in your family.  -Bring hand sanitizer, if possible.

-Meal(s) will be served as an outdoor picnic.

April 1-4, 2022
April 7-10, 2022

Cabin Fees:
-Volunteers – Free
-Non-helpers/ Younger Kids
 – $40

-Younger kids may come
and help on Saturday-only for free


Weekend:  We set up work crews on Friday night (no dinner on Friday night) and work during the day on Saturday. Saturday evening we will come together for a Saturday Night Bash with snacks, campfire and a night walk. Sunday we will finish up loose ends. We will serve Friday night snacks, all meals on Saturday and a Sunday breakfast! Bring pop if you would like, we will have juice, coffee, and tea. Cabin space is limited…please RSVP above.

Day:  We get started at 9:30 am and work to dusk. Come to the office to check in and we will let you pick a task and help get you started! We will serve the meals! Bring pop if you would like, we have juice, coffee, and tea.

Skilled Trades:
rewire cabins, add new service to program areas, install new sinks, fix underground valves, re-shingle cabins, drywall storerooms, repair vehicles, service heaters, paint inside of cabins and more! Contact us for specific needs.

Other Skills:
sewing curtains, clearing trails, raking leaves, general repairs, cabin spruce up, garbage pick up, fixing wheel chair ramps, digging out beach ramp, opening up kitchen for season, cutting firewood, repairing roofs and lots of other jobs according to need.

Please bring along tools of your trade! We do have some tools, but not enough to outfit the entire gang! If you have rechargeable tools bring your re-charger and we will set them up in the dining hall! Trimmers, power washers, electric screwdrivers, chainsaws and shop vac are always needed. Bulldozers, backhoes, tractors, bucket trucks, and trailers are needed as well.

Working gloves and water bottles come in handy for everybody and it is good to bring them for the kids too!