Mancos State Park is hosting several events Saturday, May 20, as part of Colorado Public Lands Day.
Volunteers are needed to walk the park’s trails looking for obstructions, litter and general maintenance issues. The park also would like volunteers to walk the Jackson Reservoir shoreline for litter, fishing line and abandoned equipment.
During the day, there will be family games available in the group picnic area. Prizes will be awarded to those under 18 who come up with the most unusual find on the trails or shoreline, the most litter collected and the most wildlife seen.
Volunteers and other visitors are still welcome throughout the day to enjoy the park’s many amenities, including day use areas with barbecue grills, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing and hiking.
The $7 entrance fee still applies.