USACE Youghiogheny Lake
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Pennsylvania. Corps of Engineers Youghiogheny Lake, Confluence, PA. 75 miles SE of Pittsburgh. Volunteer host position at Outflow CG mid to late May through early Oct. FHU site. Volunteers assist visitors and help with both ranger and maintenance duties. 25-30 hrs/week/person, very flexible. Contact Suzanne Estock at: Youghiogheny Lake, 497 Flanigan Rd, Confluence, PA 15424 or call: 814-395-3242, email: suzanne.r.estock@usace.army.mil For more information: www.corpslakes.us/youghioghenyriver
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Allegheny National Forest
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Pennsylvania. Workampers needed in the Allegheny National Forest in PA. Allegheny Site Mgmt. is looking for Hosts for our numerous recreation areas. We have volunteer positions available at developed and primitive sites. Positions range from 2 to 7 months. Must be flexible, friendly and a team player. Email: edward27@pennswoods.net Ph: 814-368-4158. www.alleghenysite.com
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Delaware State Parks
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Delaware. Pristine Beaches. Beautiful natural areas. Great Recreation. Civil War and WWII Historical Sites - come see the State that Started a Nation. Volunteer Host in Delaware State Parks as an Environmental Education, Nature Center, Living History, Park Administration, Maintenance, or Campground Host. Great benefits: training, full hookup campsites, admission to all parks, discounts, recognition. Contact: Volunteer Administrator, Delaware State Parks, 89 Kings Highway, Dover, DE 19901. Ph: 302-739-9193. Fax: 302-736-7968. Email: DNREC_HelpYourPark@state.de.us or visit our website at: www.destateparks.com/volunteers
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Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge
Tennessee. West Tennessee Refuge: Seeking self-motivated volunteers to assist in maintenance and visitor contact. Positions available at scenic Reelfoot NWR. Concrete RV pads by ponds. Full RV hookups. Small stipend. Call Tara: 731-538-2481. $
   

 

South Dakota State Parks
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South Dakota. Summer 2014 positions remain in beautiful, friendly, South Dakota. Seeking hosts and maintenance volunteers for Black Hills and Missouri River parks. Full service sites. Mostly weekend work, but flexible hours. Great locations for traveling on your time off to South Dakota attractions. Positions open May to Sept.; as little as one month considered. Apply online at: www.gfp.sd.gov or call: 605-773-7048.
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Icelandic State Park
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North Dakota. Discover North Dakota's homesteading spirit at historic Icelandic State Park. Landscape Volunteer needed to assist with flower gardens at the Interpretive Pioneer Heritage Center. Light watering, weeding, mulching and pruning, FHU. Sessions run 4 to 6 weeks, 24 hrs/week, May 5 through September. Contact Justin Robinson at: 701-265-4561 or isp@nd.gov Website: www.parkrec.nd.gov
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North Dakota State Parks
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North Dakota. Create your own legendary adventure as a North Dakota State Park Campground Host Volunteer. FHU, propane, plus other incentives. Hosts serve as contact for campers, monitor CG, with light maintenance duties available. 13 locations available. Sessions run from 4 to 17 weeks, May 14 to Sept. 30. Contact Volunteer Coordinator: 701-263-4015 or npettys@nd.gov Websites: www.parkrec.nd.gov and www.ndtourism.com
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Bureau of Land Management
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Montana. BLM volunteer positions on the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument near Ft. Benton and Lewistown, MT. April thru Sept. camp-host/boat ramp positions. Full hookups, 4 day work-week, volunteer reimbursement. Contact Mark Schaefer: 406-622-4015 or Brian Woolf at: 406-622-4005.
   

 

Idaho State Parks
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Idaho. The best jewels of the gem state can be found in Idaho State Parks! Join us for fantastic volunteering opportunities in 2014. Fish our world famous trout waters, see the beautiful Sawtooth peaks, travel Lewis & Clark country, or be amazed by our gigantic Ponderosa Pines all while hosting for the best state park system in the nation. We are seeking energetic singles and couples as campground, special project, maintenance, and visitor services hosts April - Oct. 2014. Full/partial HU provided with minimum 30 days, 24-30 hrs/site. Enjoy free entry to all state parks, complimentary camping, scenic RV sites, outstanding training, and friendly staff. Contact: Kathryn.Hampton@idpr.idaho.gov 208-514-2493 or find out more and fill out an application online at: www.parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/activities/volunteering
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USACE Stanislaus River Parks
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California. USACE Stanislaus River Parks, CA. Full-time volunteer Park Host positions available year-round. Full hookup sites nestled along the river. Reasonable access to the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Yosemite. www.lrn.usace.army.mil/volunteer/
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City of Riverbank
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California. Riverbank, CA. Park host needed at our beautiful Jacob Myers Park along the Stanislaus River. Volunteer work in exchange for a full hookup. Must be able to work weekends and holidays. Duties include opening and closing park, grounds maintenance, restroom and litter pick up, monitoring park capacity and rules. Seeking park host for spring/summer 2014, May through Sept. Winter work averages 20-25 hours per week and summer work averages 28-30 hours; summer stipend negotiable. Please email resumé, references and current picture of RV to: sfitzpatrick@riverbank.org or call: 209-863-7140. $?
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USACE John Day Project
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Oregon & Washington. USACE John Day - Willow Creek Project is seeking friendly couples to be volunteer campground hosts on the Columbia River at Plymouth, WA; Lepage, OR; and Roosevelt, WA. Duties include, but are not limited to: meet and greet visitors, maintain clean grounds and facilities, and provide information to visitors. A full hookup campsite is provided. Volunteers work 20-30 hrs/week from April - October. Interested couples contact Ranger Megan Christianson at: megan.l.christianson@usace.army.mil or call: 541-506-4807.
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Oregon Dept of Fish & Wildlife
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Oregon. Apply now for 2014 volunteer host openings for Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW)! If you like working outdoors, especially grounds-keeping, we may be perfect for you. Live, work, and play at hatcheries, wildlife areas, offices all around Oregon. These are not campgrounds, most have limited public contact, and most do not require cleaning public restrooms. Requires a self-contained RV and full hookups are provided in exchange for volunteer (unpaid) service. Volunteer for one or more months depending on host site in exchange for 20 hours each volunteer per week. New hosts, your first month is a trial service. Duties vary by Host site, season of the year, and your interests. Check out ODFW's website at: www.dfw.state.or.us/agency/volunteer click on Volunteer Host Program for 2014 Host Application, Site Description Booklet, current Site Availability List. Volunteer Host for ODFW while exploring parts of Oregon on your time off!
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Wyoming State Parks & Historic Sites
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Wyoming. Experience the West. Clean air, wide open skies and spectacular vistas! Volunteer with Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails! Opportunities at all of our sites - from our breathtakingly beautiful state parks, to our historic towns and homes, to our military and trading forts, and our culturally significant archeological sites - are currently available for the 2014 summer season. Put your experience to work leading tours, assisting with light maintenance or office work, demonstrating crafts and arts, hosting at campgrounds (min. 2 month at 20 hrs/week commitment, hookups available), collecting entrance fees, or helping special events. For more information contact Ashley Rooney: 307-777-6560 or Ashley.rooney@wyo.gov Learn more at: www.wyoparks.org
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USFWS Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge
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Washington. Protection Island and Dungeness National Wildlife refuges. Volunteer Caretakers. Sequim, WA. Dungeness is on mainland, PI is a remote seabird island (must have substantial boating experience). Furnished cabins include utilities and $350/mo stipend. No RVs/pets. 6-month commitment: April - Sept., Oct. - March, 40 hrs/wk; public use/info, maint. Contact Dave Falzetti: 360-457-8451 or david_falzetti@fws.gov - specify preference.$
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Battery Point Ligthouse
California. Volunteer a month at a working lighthouse! The Battery Point Lighthouse is looking for volunteers to work as resident keepers or day tour guides and gift shop staff. We pay the RV site for day staff during the time of service. We are located in Crescent City, California - 20 miles south of the Oregon border, near Redwood National and State Parks. The Historical Society is looking for a one month commitment. Volunteers are needed for several months in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Contact the Lighthouse Committee at: manager@delnortehistory.org or our office at: 707-464-3922 and be part of this wonderful 157-year-old lighthouse!!
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USACE Hillsdale Lake
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Kansas. Spring 2014 volunteers. Corps of Engineers, Hillsdale Lake. Volunteers are utilized to assist in operating the visitor center and complete day-to-day activities: mowing, janitorial service, landscape upkeep, weed spraying, snow removal, natural resource management, and miscellaneous light maintenance work. We maintain the dam, Visitor Center, nature trail, shelter house. Minimum work requirement is 24 hours per couple. Weekends are required during peak summer season. Full hookup 2 sites. Send resumé: 913-783-4366.
   

 

The Nature Conservancy Disney Wilderness Preserve
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Florida. The Nature Conservancy’s 11,500-acre Disney Wilderness Preserve in central Florida seeks experienced, conservation-minded couples to volunteer for 3-month (minimum) blocks April to September 2014. FHU (water, sewer, electric) provided for 32 hours of volunteer work in the following areas: groundskeeping, light janitorial, office and visitor center duties. Schedule includes one weekday and Saturdays. Contact Dan at: 407-935-0002, ext. 126 or dcole@tnc.org
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USFS Glendwood & Pedlar Ranger Districts
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Virginia. Spend time in the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains. Volunteers are needed April 1 - Oct. 31, for Sherando Lake Recreation Area near Waynesboro, Cave Mountain Lake Recreation Area near Natural Bridge, and North Creek Campground near Buchanan. Positions available as CG hosts, visitor center hosts, and interpretive program hosts. Must provide own RV. Sites with water, electric, and sewer hookups. Minimum stay - 4 weeks. Send resumés and references to: Volunteer Coordinator, Glenwood & Pedlar Ranger Districts, PO Box 10, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579.
   

 

USACE Lake Red Rock
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Iowa. Volunteer positions at Lake Red Rock in central Iowa. Lake Red Rock, Iowa's largest lake, features eleven recreation areas managed by the US Army Corps of Engineers. A variety of volunteer positions are available from April - September. FHU sites are provided. For more information, contact Park Ranger Mark Pollastrini: Mark.R.Pollastrini@usace.army.mil 641-828-7522, ext. 6442. www.lakeredrock.org
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Jackson County Parks
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Oregon. Volunteer camp hosts needed in beautiful southern Oregon. Jackson County Parks currently has several volunteer camp host positions available at Emigrant Lake and Howard Prairie Lake, near Ashland, Oregon; Willow Lake, near Butte Falls, Oregon; and Rogue Elk Campground, on the Rogue River, near Shady Cove, Oregon. Experience all that Jackson County has to offer, including the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Ashland), the Britt Music Festival (Historic Jacksonville), and the wild and scenic Rogue River. Spend the summer taking in all the beautiful scenery of southern Oregon, while meeting great people in our parks. Campsite is included. Interested candidates please contact Deb Price at: PriceDS@jacksoncounty.org Check out our parks at: www.jacksoncountyparks.com
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USACE Pine Flat Lake
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California. Live lakeside in an outdoor paradise as you volunteer at Pine Flat Lake! Full hookup sites and fuel reimbursement provided. Access to free on-site laundry and freezer space available. Located in central California within the foothills of the legendary Sierra Nevada Mountains. The Pacific coast and Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are within a day's drive. Apply today and live the dream tomorrow! www.lrn.usace.army.mil/volunteer/ Call Park Ranger Marian Picher for more information at: 559-787-2589.
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PenMet Parks
Washington. Washington State Peninsula Metropolitan Park District. PenMet Parks is looking for volunteer Park Hosts at these locations: 1) Fox Island Fishing Pier, Fox Island; 2) Sehmel Homestead Park, Gig Harbor; and 3) DeMolay Sandspit Nature Preserve, Fox Island. Daily duties: open and secure facilities, litter detail, minor maintenance and provide visible site presence. Park Host will receive FHU. Application forms are available at: www.penmetparks.org Email: info@penmetparks.org or phone: 253-858-3400.
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USACE John H Kerr Lake
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Virginia. Rudds Creek Day Use area - small, day use recreation area which features: boat launch, swimming beach, day use shelter, and modern restroom facilities. Volunteer hours: April - Sept., 9 am - 6 pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Major duties: greeting public and customer service, work fee booth, collect $4 day use fee, provide change (volunteer funds used for change), answer telephone/radio calls. Volunteer resides at the park attendant campsite adjacent to gate house. Electricity, water, sewer provided. Park Ranger David Schwartz: David.A.Schwartz@usace.army.mil
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Tynda's Nature Reserve
Oregon. Tynda's Nature Reserve is a private, rural reserve located 40 miles east of Eugene in foothills of Cascades; not open to the public. Shower and laundry room. Duties dictated by your skills, weather, and daily needs (about 10 hours a week) in exchange for FHU 30/50. No bathroom cleaning. Usually no snow, but skiing 30 minutes away. On the Middle Fork of the Willamette with the Forest Service land on two other sides. 60 day minimum. Volunteers needed year-round. Resumés to: tynda@aol.com
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Salmonberry Campground - Benton County
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Oregon. Salmonberry Campground host needed May 1 - June 30, 2014. Hwy 34, on Alsea River, 32 miles west of Corvallis, OR; 40-minute drive to Oregon coast. Flexible schedule during week. 28 total campsites, 13 with electrical RV hookups; 1 cabin, 1 yurt, flush toilets, pay showers. Hosts have site, water, electricity, sewer, local phone, Internet, laundry facilities and Alsea, OR post office box. Benton County Natural Areas & Parks Department, 360 SW Avery Ave, Corvallis, OR 97333. 541-766-6025 for information and application.
   

 

USACE Willamette Valley Projects
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Oregon. USACE Willamette Valley Projects, near Eugene, Oregon, has several summer volunteer positions in our beautiful parks and one winter position. Duties are based on your skills and interest and may include minor maintenance, opening and closing gates, assisting visitors, or interpretative program assistance. No restroom cleaning or money handling required. Locations include full hookups. Ongoing recruitment. Contact Joe for information package. Email: joseph.d.ross@usace.army.mil or phone: 541-942-5631, ext.11.
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USACE Berlin Lake
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Ohio. The US Army Corps of Engineers, Berlin Lake is looking for two volunteers to work in our campground entrance station and a couple or individual to work as a campground host. If needed, volunteers will be provided a campsite with electric only during the recreation season. Interested volunteers can check out Berlin Lake on Facebook or our website: http://corpslakes.usace.army.mil/visitors/projects.cfm?Id=H401400 Please contact Park Ranger Matthew Pook. 330-547-3781, 7400 Bedell Rd. Berlin Center, OH 44401.
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USACE Barren River Lake
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Kentucky. Barren River Lake volunteer park host (USACE): April 2014 - September 2014. Serve as point of contact for visitors, meet and greet campers, distribute water safety materials, supervise campground programs, other duties as needed. Good communication skills required. Host site has water, electricity, picnic table, and fire ring. Host must provide their own camper. 30 hours per week. Contact Holly Myers at: 270-646-2055 or apply online at: www.Volnteer.gov www.lrl.usace.army.mil/Missions/CivilWorks/Recreation/Lakes/BarrenRiverLake.aspx
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USACE Lake Seminole
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Florida. Lake Seminole, US Army Corps of Engineers. Friendly team or individual that enjoys working with the public and working outdoors wanted as volunteer campground hosts on beautiful Lake Seminole, between April and October 2014. Days and hours vary depending upon park. Light cleaning duties required. Campsite with full hookups provided. Contact Kelly Bunting at: 229-662-2001 or kelly.a.bunting@usace.army.mil
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Friends of Aransas & Matagorda Island
Texas. Enjoy fishing, biking and bird watching at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge on the Texas coast. We are seeking volunteers to help with light maintenance and special projects for the months of May - October. We provide a full hookup site including laundry and free WiFi in exchange for 3 days per week for each person. Enjoy this quiet, rural refuge with its friendly and helpful staff. A minimum 4 week commitment is required. Summer Workampers may get priority for winter season Workamper opportunities. Email: felipe_prieto@fws.gov
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USACE Burnsville Lake
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West Virginia. Corps of Engineers. West Virginia's beautiful Burnsville Lake seeks qualified volunteers for the period April through Dec. for mowing, cleaning, maintenance, interpretation, living history, and campground host. Volunteers are required to work at least 24 hours per week to receive a full hookup campsite. Go to the following link to view Information about the lake: www.lrh.usace.army.mil/Missions/Recreation/WestVirginia/BurnsvilleLake.aspx For information call: 304-853-2371.
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USACE Harry S Truman Lake
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Missouri. Harry S. Truman Lake project has several volunteer openings. Duties are based on your skills and interest, may include minor maintenance, assisting visitors, and park host. Bradley Pearson: 816-389-3417 or email: bradley.o.pearson@usace.army.mil
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Museum of the North Beach
Washington. The Museum of the North Beach in Moclips, Washington, provides a rich experience for our yearly 3,000 plus visitors. In addition to educating visitors about our amazing history, we contribute information to many researchers for their books and publications. As a museum volunteer, you learn what makes the 'Hidden Coast' so special, and you get to meet people from all over the world. We provide you with an RV place to live in exchange for a set, 6 hr. work day (10-4), 4 days a week. The North Beach coast in Washington State has a history connected to rail, lumber, fishing and tourism. Please contact us at: www.moclips.org or 360-276-4441. We are "The Little Museum That Could".
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Castle Dome Museum
Arizona. Volunteers needed Oct 2014 - April 2015. Gift shop, maintenance, restoration projects, reenacting? Pristine setting in wildlife refuge, great winters. Museum old west Castle Dome City, over 50 restored buildings. Three days FHU. Allen and Stephanie: 928-920-3062. 40 miles north of Yuma, AZ. No pets or smokers please.
   

 

Warren W. Willis United Methodist Camp
Florida. Beautiful, 150+ acre United Methodist Camp & Retreat Center in central Florida, 60 miles NW of Orlando, needs seasonal (summer) Workampers for health center assistance and grounds maintenance. FHU in exchange for 24+ hours work per couple/site. For more information and applications, contact Barbara at: 352-787-4345 or barbara.guenther@flumc.org
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USACE Rough River Lake
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Kentucky. Rough River Lake in south-central Kentucky is seeking volunteers to work at least 24 hrs a week during the April - October time frame. Volunteer job duties would be including, but not limited to: campground host and housekeeping, light maint., trail upkeep, visitor center staffing, interpretive programs, special event staffing, etc. Full hookup will be provided, but volunteers must provide their own camper. For more information please contact Park Ranger Adam Taylor: 270-257-2061 or Adam.d.taylor@usace.army.mil
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Tenkiller State Park
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Oklahoma. Tenkiller State Park, Vian, Oklahoma, is looking for volunteer and paid part-time Workampers for summer 2014. Duties include: collecting fees, litter, and cleaning restrooms. Volunteer 20 hours per week, receive a full hookup site. Pay available up to an additional 20 hours per week. Contact Jim Sturges: 918-489-5641 or Jim.Sturges@TravelOK.com
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USACE Taylorsville Lake
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Kentucky. Taylorsville Lake is seeking a volunteer couple or single to work at least 20 hours per person, May - Sept. 2014. Duties include clerical, landscaping, upkeep of small recreation areas, staffing Visitor Center, presenting interpretive programs, etc. Volunteers must be capable of performing physical work in an outdoor environment. Volunteer(s) will be provided a campsite with electric, water, and sewer hookups. The single campsite is adjacent to a historic interpretive area. Contact Evan McKinney: 502-477-8882, evan.s.mckinney@usace.army.mil
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USFS Osceola National Forest
Florida. Summer volunteers: The Osceola National Forest is accepting applications for volunteer camp hosts at various recreation sites throughout the forest. Volunteers receive a site that includes full hookups, propane reimbursement and tools needed for the job, in exchange for 25 hours of service work per week. Camp hosts on the Osceola National Forest are unpaid volunteer positions. Please contact Debra at: 386-752-2577 or email: dstucki02@fs.fed.us Monday thru Friday. Go to volunteer.gov for more information.
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Alameda County Fairgrounds
California. Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, California in San Francisco Bay area has openings beginning July 8 for volunteer camp host couples to work two days per week in exchange for FHU 30/50 amp site including WiFi. Duties include office/reservations using Campground Master and outside campsite upkeep, trash clean-up, and support of campground office. No bathroom cleaning. Long term possible. Easy freeway access to entire bay area. Visit our website: www.alamedacountyfair.com/RVpark.php Contact Camp Host Office: 925-426-7594. Email: dblack@alamedacountyfair.com To listen to an audio recording for more about this location and opportunity: http://tinyurl.com/alamedacountyfair
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USACE Northfield Brook Lake
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Connecticut. Park hosts: dedicated, hardworking, energetic couple(s) needed to perform cleaning of public recreation and restroom facilities in beautiful Thomaston, CT. Volunteers will be asked to work a minimum of 20 hrs/wk, April - mid-October in exchange for full hookup camp site. The US Army Corps of Engineers will provide equipment, supplies, and vehicle. Valid driver's license and background check required. Drug-free work place. Contact: marissa.l.wright@usace.army.mil
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National Remember Our Troops
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Multiple. The National Remember Our Troops Campaign is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to remembering the service and sacrifice of all military servicemembers, all veterans and their families, supporting those in need and letting them know they are not forgotten. To learn how you can volunteer for NROTC, please visit: www.nrotc.org/volunteer
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Trails for Illinois
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Illinois. Mentor a young adult conservation corps trail crew at US Army Corps' beautiful Lake Shelbyville this summer! Looking for a person/couple with experience building and repairing hiking trails who enjoy teaching & guiding skilled young adults, June 30 - September 17, repairing & rebuilding the area's extensive trails. Some long days, exhilarating outdoor work, excellent camping w/hookups and showers, and a stipend. Send relevant experience and a couple references to: steve@trailsforillinois.org or let's talk: 708-365-9365.
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