If you want to get a personal front row seat don’t just spectate, get a hands on experience and volunteer during the rally!

To volunteer, you need to register online and in person (see the registration page on this site), and then you will meet up with your team (information provided at onsite registration) and caravan out to work together to man one or more stages over the day.  You can volunteer for both days, or only one if your schedule is limited.  It is a full day commitment, and you will be in the woods most of the day (see ideas of things to bring with you below).  You will stick together with your team all day.

Wonder what you might be doing or what you might want to volunteer for?  Visit our Volunteer Positions page for a complete description of our needs, quantities and qualifications.

If you volunteer, please consider it a commitment and follow through with it.  We understand schedules change, and you can let us know if you need to cancel.  But, otherwise, if you have registered online, we will have an assignment for you, and we will counting on you to be there.

Volunteer! Attention Rally Workers:
If you wish to help us out at the rally, register online. On-Site Check-in information is listed on the registration page. If you plan on bringing children under the age of 18 to the rally, you must have a minor waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian. The minor waiver only applies if you volunteer to work.

Control Captains Meeting:

Date: TBD
Location: TBD

What to bring to the woods – For stage workers:

  • Food, snacks, & something to drink (non-alcoholic)
  • Warm and waterproof clothing and boots. Plan for warm to cold, rain or snow.
  • Flashlights and extra batteries
  • Reading material when you have time to kill
  • Markers and ballpoint pens – Start and Finish crew will be furnished, but it is good to have extras.
  • Clipboard with light if you have them
  • Radio scanner, so you can listen in and hear what is going on
  • FRS radios and cameras
  • Gas. Fill your vehicle before leaving Salem
  • Toilet paper and Kleenex

Marshals: Your stage captain will have a map to get you to your next assignment. Follow them when released from your first assignment.