More volunteers are needed at the Fremont Indian State Park for the busy summer tourist season.
The park, adjacent to I-70 and located about 30 miles southwest of Richfield in south-central Utah, hosted some 90,000 visitors last year.Park Superintendent Gordon Topham said volunteer guides are needed from Memorial Day through Labor Day to conduct tours at the museum and interpretive walks to points of interest. Most of those involved in the volunteer program in the past have worked four hours one day each week.
Experience is not needed to volunteer as a guide, and training sessions will be conducted at the visitor center during April. For information about becoming a volunteer guide, call Topham or Dee Hardy at 527-4631.