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Doce Pit Trash Cleanup Event

September 1 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Join us Saturday, September 1st from 9AM to 1PM for our first Prescott Cleanup at Doce Pit. Help us keep our public lands CLEAN & OPEN to the public. The Doce Pit area is in the Prescott National Forest.

Register for participation and LUNCH from Big Daddy E’s BBQ and catering. Click the link to register and we will send you all of the event details, including directions: http://www.naturalrestorations.org/new-events-1/

BIG DISCOUNTS at Mr Target for attending volunteers!!!

If you have an OHV or 4X4 truck, it’s a great opportunity to explore the area & help us remove trash scattered. We need volunteers with trucks and trailers to help us get trash back to the dumpsters. If you’re in an OHV, 4X4, or shooting club, we’d love to have you join us!⠀⠀

If you don’t have an OHV or 4X4, you can still volunteer! The road is graded, volunteers with cars and SUVs are welcome!⠀⠀

Volunteers under the age of 18 are welcome, but they must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult. This is a great opportunity for youth groups & clubs! We can accommodate small & large groups.⠀⠀

This project is possible due to support from: Davidson’s Inc. in Prescott, Gallery of Guns, Big Daddy E’s BBQ and catering in Chino Valley, CopperPoint Insurance Companies, Desert Monsters Tours, LeBaron & Carroll Insurance, Mr Target Online, OdySea Aquarium Foundation, Salt River Project, everyone at the U.S. Forest Service – Prescott National Forest, and Wrecked Gear. We cannot thank them enough for their help and support!


Nicole Corey


Dosie Pit Road – Google Maps Link: https://goo.gl/maps/1tqnNu3diG82
Dosie Pit Road Prescott, Arizona United States


  • Recreation Services
  • Parks Administration
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    824 E Gurley St

  • 928-777-1552


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