Make your visit count.

For two weekends this fall leading up to Thanksgiving, we're asking our visitors to give back in exchange for free accommodation. Participate in one day (approximately 8 hours) giving back to our community, then take the next day to explore Revelstoke on your own time! Sign up for a project that piques your interest below.

Weekends: Sept 25-26 and October 2-3


  • Choose the project you're most interested in participating in from the list below and fill out the Registration Form.
  • Each individual may register for a maximum of one volunteer project.
  • Receive confirmation from Tourism Revelstoke that you're signed up before booking your accommodation.
  • Locals, if you want to participate in a project, please get in touch with the non-profit you'd like to help directly!


  • Book two or more nights directly with a participating accommodator (click below). You must book direct; bookings through sites like Expedia, Booking.com and Air BnB are not eligible.
  • Send us your confirmation and we'll confirm it's eligible.
  • Double occupancy will only be eligible for one reimbursement.


  • Show up and contribute!
  • We'll reimburse your stay up to a maximum of $500 per two night stay after your volunteer day.
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I believe anyone who comes into a community with the intention of contributing is a local.

Cathy English, Revelstoke Museum & Archives

Volunteer Projects.

Kids Painting LUNA Art Festival


Volunteers will assist Arts Revelstoke with LUNA Nocturnal Arts Festival, an annual festival that encompasses the spirit of Revelstoke, a place where adventure meets creativity and inspires art. Visitors are invited to discover over 30 art installations selectively placed within the downtown core, enhanced with music, food, performances, and business events which will run concurrently during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 25 or 26, 2021 - only one day required. *Project is full with a waitlist. 

tom poole - flowers - begbie

blanket creek restoration

Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society (CSISS) inspires action, coordinates management and prevents the spread of invasive species within Revelstoke. They will be leading a restoration day project in Blanket Creek planting shrubs and trees in partnership with BC Parks, Shearing Ltd Consulting and with funding support from BC Parks, Environment and Climate Change Canada and the Habitat and Conservation Trust Foundation.

OCTOBER 2 or 3, 2021 - only one day required

Revelstoke Trail Work

Trail Day

The Revelstoke Cycling Association (RCA) is responsible for maintaining and managing a world-class network of over 150 kilometres of trails on three mountains surrounding Revelstoke, from riverside rambles to alpine epics. This trail day will be run by the club's director of trail maintenance and trail crew.

OCTOBER 2, 2021

*Project is full with a waitlist.

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Kokanee Fish Fest

Wildsight Revelstoke continues to speak up on behalf of wilderness, wildlife and healthy communities in the North Columbia region. Looking to help protect wildlife, clean water and wild spaces? Volunteer with Wildsight on their upcoming project! Details coming soon.

SEPTEMBER 26, 2021 

*Project is full with a waitlist.

Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club

Nordic Trail Day

Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club (RNSC) is a community club providing 30km of groomed ski trails and is driven by its members' spirit of volunteerism. Come join the fun by helping us get our trails ready for the winter season. Our annual brushing/trail maintenance "party" takes place Oct 2nd. All equipment, safety gear and training is provided by the club - you bring the enthusiasm!

OCTOBER 2, 2021

Railway Museum

Dive into our History

Volunteering with the Revelstoke Railway Museum is a great way to engage with Revelstoke's heritage and meet other people who share a love of local history, the Canadian Pacific Railway, and trains. The volunteers will help the Museum return to some of its pre-COVID offerings – clearing out and re-opening our theatre, and returning some Audio-Visuals to exhibit. This means a fair amount of (very careful) lifting and carrying of materials at the museum and at the Museum's off-site storage. After the day’s work, the director of the museum will give volunteers a custom tour of the Railway Museum.

OCTOBER 2, 2021

*Project is full with a waitlist.


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Non-profit Organizations Involved

Revelstoke Cycling Association
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Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club
Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society