Stones River National Battlefield is a unit of the National Park Service that preserves, protects, and promotes understanding of the significant sites and historic events associated with the Battle of Stones River, fought during the American Civil War.
The park provides a wide variety of public services including a visitor center and museum, self guiding tour road, and more than seven miles of trails.
Events: Annual Volunteer Project Days – Park Day (mid-April) & National Public Lands Day (last Saturday of September
Individual Volunteer Opportunities: Administration Assistant, Exotic Plant Management, Maintenance Assistant, Museum & Library management, National Cemetery Headstone Cleaning & Visitor Services Assistant, Scouting Service Projects
Volunteer groups may contact Volunteer Coordinator Jim Lewis by phone or email to set-up a service project.
Court appointed volunteers must call 615-893-9501 and schedule their service.