Come Serve With Us

We would love for you to come and volunteer at Glen Eyrie!

Join us in our mission to inspire wonder by creating thoughtful and timeless experiences for every person who passes through the historic gates of Glen Eyrie. Your service helps bring our guests closer to what matters.

We have many exciting opportunities available in a variety of skill sets for both individuals and groups.

Auto/Equipment Maintenance & Repair
Building Maintenance/Skilled Trades
Trail Maintenance
Tour Guide/Castle Host
Kitchen & Dining
Book Store & Coffee Shop

Local & Out of State Volunteers
We welcome both local and out-of-state volunteers with all levels of skills and abilities. For those living in or around Colorado Springs, there are many opportunities from regular weekly opportunities to occasional special events; we have the perfect fit for your schedule!

If you are not a Colorado Springs resident, there are still many opportunities for you to serve with us! Come serve for a month or more and stay in one of our residences or park your RV in our 12-site RV Park with full hookups.

If you have a skill or trade that you’re eager to put to use, we would love to have your help!


Group Volunteering
Bring your church, business, school, or Scout Troop for a group service project!

Group volunteer opportunities include trail maintenance, landscaping, gardening, flood/fire mitigation, and so much more. We are able to utilize volunteers age 14 years and older.
For questions or to receive additional information regarding any of our volunteer opportunities, contact the Glen Eyrie Volunteer Department at (719) 272-7402 or send us an email at geg.volunteers@navigators.org.

If you are ready to start serving with us please complete the Volunteer Application below. We look forward to having you serve with us!

Already a Volunteer? LOGIN HERE.

Want to become a Volunteer?

In 2015, my husband and I had attended a Marriage Getaway at Glen Eyrie and part of the event was a tour of The Castle. Being a teacher of history, literature, and theater, I was enchanted by General Palmer’s story, his Tudor-style castle, and The Navigators' calling to this property. I followed my curiosity for more information and quickly found myself volunteering to become a Tour guide. From that point, I became a part of a new kindred of spirits, the Glen Eyrie family.

—Hillevi, CO