Vermont State Parks
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Vermont. Try Vermont State Parks for 2015! More than 40 different parks. Duties vary by park and generally involve grounds, restrooms and fee collection. FHU or W/E available. Some parks located in more remote areas. Schedules vary. Cell phone, TV reception and WiFi vary by park; pets allowed most locations. Work 30 hours per week for campsite and many other benefits. Preference given to season-long commitment (mid-May through Labor Day or mid-Oct). For more information and to apply: www.vtstateparks.com/htm/volunteering.htm
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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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Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge
North Carolina. Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge. Quiet, rural waterfowl sanctuary. Along the Pee Dee River. One hour east of Charlotte. 24 hours week for individual, 40 hours/week for couple. RV hookup available. Call: 704-694-4424.
   

 

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. Beautiful, friendly South Dakota. State park volunteer positions available across the state. Open May through October. Hosts, maintenance, visitor center, etc. Full hookup sites. Minimum 24 hours/person/week. Apply online at: www.gfp.sd.gov or call: 605-773-7048.
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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 2015. 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. 2015. 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. Seasonal Park Host needed at our beautiful Jacob Myers Park along the Stanislaus River. Volunteer work in exchange for a full hookup for one site and a negotiable stipend for spring/summer months (May through September) for our second site. Duties include opening and closing park, grounds maintenance, restroom and litter pickup, monitoring park capacity and rules. Please email resume, references and current picture of RV to: sfitzpatrick@riverbank.org or call: 209-863-7140. $?
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Oregon Dept of Fish & Wildlife
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Oregon. Apply now for 2015 volunteer host positions 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 2015 host application, site description booklet, and site availability form. Volunteer host for ODFW while exploring Oregon on your time off!
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Tillamook County Parks
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Oregon. Park hosts, Tillamook County Parks Department is seeking friendly and dependable Park Hosts with good communication and people skills for our Tillamook County Campgrounds. Become a Park Host in "Oregon's vacation destination," you will be surrounded by the Pacific Northwest's beautiful lush green coastal mountains, ocean and rivers. Hosts' duties may include computer work, general maintenance, groundskeeping, litter pickup, etc. A minimum of 2 months is required and longer durations are subject to negotiation. Contact JoAnn Woelfle for further information at: 503-322-8443, ext 3 or by email at: jwoelfle@co.tillamook.or.us
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Josephine County Parks
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Oregon. We would love to hear from you! Josephine County Parks are nestled among the hills along Rogue and Applegate Rivers in southern OR. We have Lake Selmac, a beautiful, warm water fishery in the Illinois Valley. We are seeking friendly Park Hosts who enjoy assisting the parks staff in exchange for FHU campsite and stipend. Summer and fall openings are now available. We are also looking forward to the next summer season. Please call: 541-474-5285, ext. 0 and ask for George Armstrong. We look forward to hearing from you. Happy Camping! $
   

 

USFWS Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery
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Kentucky. Exciting volunteer opportunity! Be part of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service volunteer team at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery Visitor/Environmental Education Center! We are seeking volunteers to staff our center and assist in outreach activities May 2015 through 2016, staying a minimum of 3 months. Duties include: meeting/greeting the public, answering questions, assisting with cleaning (does include VC restrooms), help with special events, workshops and other outreach programs, leading tours, helping with field trips, day-to-day operation of the center gift shop, stocking brochure racks, etc. Volunteers are provided deluxe campsite with water, electric, sewer, WiFi, laundry facilities and uniforms. Propane during the winter months. Hours are 20 to 24 hours per week (2-3 days) per person. Also, seeking volunteers for our fish production program. Contact Moria Painter at: 270-343-3797, moria_painter@fws.gov
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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
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Oregon. Experience nature at your doorstep at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, located in southeast Oregon. Seeking volunteers for visitor center, nature store, maintenance and interpretation. 24 hrs/wk for FHU, WiFi, dayroom, kitchen, laundry/shower facilities. 4-6 weeks commitment. Contact Carey at: 541-493-2612, carey_goss@fws.gov or www.fws.gov/malheur
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City of San Diego - Dept of Parks & Rec
California. We've got it all! Campgrounds, historic sites, regional and local parks, open space preserves, sports complexes, and scenic parks. RV pad and full hookups in exchange for 20 hours of work per week. Short-term/long-term opportunities. Go to: www.sdparks.org Contact: 858-966-1335 or cheryl.wegner@sdcounty.ca.gov To listen to an audio recording for more about this location and opportunity, click this link or type into your browser: http://tinyurl.com/sdcountyca
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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 couple to volunteer for 3-month (minimum) block October - December 2015. FHU (water, sewer, electric, wireless internet) provided for 32 hours of volunteer work in the following areas: light janitorial, groundskeeping, visitor center and office duties. Schedule includes one weekday and rotating weekends. Contact Dan at: 407-935-0002, ext. 126 or dcole@tnc.org nature.org/disneypreserve
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USACE Lake Red Rock
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Iowa. Workampers fill twenty-seven service positions at Lake Red Rock in central Iowa. The US Army Corps of Engineers is grateful to this diligent workforce for providing custodial service, campground hosting, visitor center staffing, environmental stewardship, trail maintenance and promotional work. Our volunteers enjoy a variety of outdoor recreational pursuits while providing essential public service. FHU sites are provided. To join our team of over 50 volunteers, contact Park Ranger Mark Pollastrini: mark.r.pollastrini@usace.army.mil 641-828-7522, ext. 6442. www.lakeredrock.org
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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 Cape Cod Canal
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Massachusetts. Cape Cod Canal, Massachusetts. April - October 2015. Park Attendant positions, paid contractors or volunteers. Contact Park Ranger Ann Cook: 978-318-8531. ann.cook@usace.army.mil Cape Cod Canal, 40 Academy Drive, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532.
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Monterey County Parks
California. The Central Coast's Monterey County has nine parks - some exciting and well-known, some peaceful and tranquil. Whatever your preference, in exchange for 20-30 hrs of your time per week, we provide full hookups and some of the nicest people you will ever meet. For an application, please call: 888-588-2267.
   

 

USACE Fall River Lake
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Kansas. US Army Corps of Engineers, Fall River Lake, Kansas, has two (2) volunteer camp host vacancies for the summer of 2015. Please contact Douglas Wheeler, Natural Resource Specialist at: 620-658-4445 or douglas.d.wheeler@usace.army.mil
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USACE Canton Lake
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Oklahoma. Volunteers needed for US Army Corps of Engineers at Canton Lake, Canton, OK. Volunteer position duties supplement the efforts of the Corps of Engineers to maintain the parks and enhance the customers’ camping experience. Position requires 14 hours worked per week in exchange for a 30 amp furnished campsite with utilities. For more information contact Shawna Polen at: 580-886-2989 or by email at: Shawna.M.Polen@usace.army.mil
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USACE Black Butte Lake
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California. Volunteer to live/work in the Buckhorn Recreation Area at Black Butte Lake; located near the town of Orland, CA, 30 miles from Chico. Work 25/35 hours/week, five days/week; 2 weekdays off. Campsite provided, with hookups and a beautiful lake view; bass, crappy and catfish lake. Job duties include public information/interpretation, facility inspections and minor maintenance. A volunteer uniform may be a requirement. Fuel may be reimbursable. mary.a.deeming@usace.army.mil 530-865-4722, ext. 28.
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USACE Lower Granite Lock & Dam
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Washington. US Army Corps of Engineers Lower Granite Dam Project, located near Pomeroy, WA and Clarkston, WA, seeking volunteers for visitor center hosts, park hosts, and light duty maintenance. Exemplary customer service skills required. Work 20+ hours/week. RV site provided. Contact: connie.r.grant-howell@usace.army.mil
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USACE Dworshak Reservoir
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Idaho. Come volunteer at Dworshak Dam in north-central Idaho. We are surrounded by forested mountains, the 54-mile long reservoir offers a myriad of recreation opportunities. We are looking for spring, summer, and fall volunteers for the 2016 recreational season to help with maintenance, the visitor center, and the campground. We provide FHU sites, utilities, and laundry. Our season runs from March until December. Please contact Brittney: 208-476-1279 or brittney.j.haupert@usace.army.mil
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USACE Dale Hollow Lake
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Tennessee. US Army Corps of Engineers Recreation Area Host Volunteer needed at Dale Hollow Lake, Allons, TN. Lillydale Recreation Area - a secluded recreation area on a peninsula surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Dale Hollow. Full hookup site in exchange for volunteer services. Duties: opening and closing of park gates, parking area patrols and managing the day use fee honor vault. Minimum of 20 hrs/week. May 25 - September 7. Please contact Brad Potts: 931-243-3136.
   

 

USACE Bull Shoals & Norfork Lakes
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Arkansas. Volunteer Positions, Norfolk & Bull Shoals Lakes, Mountain Home, AR. Positions are available for spring/summer 2015. A campsite including electric, water, and sewer amenities is offered in lieu of payment for work. The flexible work schedule is a minimum of 25 hours per week. A personal background check is required. If interested go to: volunteer.gov to apply, or email your resume with references to: kathleen.v.payne@usace.army.mil For questions call: 501-340-1434.
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Mountain Lake Ranch
Tennessee. Christian retreat and veterans center near Sevierville, Gatlinburg and Smoky Mountains needs a variety of help with grounds, light maintenance, tearing down building and construction. Full hookup sites and a staff house for a long term couple needing housing to help manage, maintain, supervise cleaning, etc. Both short and long term welcome. Terms are negotiable. 865-397-1000, mlranch@juno.com house To listen to an audio recording for more about this location and opportunity, click this link or type into your browser: http://tinyurl.com/mtnlakeranch
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Pierce County Parks & Recreation
Washington. Park host needed for Pierce County Parks at Ashford County Park. 3 miles to Mt Rainier NP Nisqually entrance. Full RV hookups. Daily: open and secure facilities, clean restrooms, litter, minor maintenance, visible representative. Hosts needed for mid-April to mid-September. One month block minimum. Request application at: 253-841-6812.
   

 

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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USACE Lake Sonoma
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California. Wine country. Volunteers needed at Lake Sonoma. Located in the heart of wine country, this 17,000-acre park is located just 70 miles north of San Francisco. We are currently recruiting for vacancies beginning in May of 2015. Volunteers receive hookups in return for working 24 hours per week. Amenities include laundry facilities, freezer, free internet and local phone service. Send resume and rig picture to: charles.e.fenwick@usace.army.mil or call: 707-431-4555.
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USACE Bonneville Project
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Oregon. March 15 - November 15 annually. 40 miles east of Portland, OR in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Approximately 20 hours/week. Greet, orient, answer questions from visitors at an information desk, make sales in a bookstore, and educate public on historic site. Teams of two preferred. Full hookup sites with free WiFi and laundry. Send application/resume to: Volunteer Coordinator, PO Box 150, Cascade Locks, OR 97014. 541-374-8820. References/background check required.
   

 

USACE Trinity Regional Project
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Texas. Dallas/Fort Worth Lakes Bardwell, Benbrook, Grapevine, Lavon and Lewisville are managed by the US Army Corps of Engineers and offer beautiful parks that are close to all of the food, shopping and entertainment the DFW area has to offer. Positions include campground maintenance, carpentry, electrician, litter pickup, mowing, visitor assistance, office administration and educators. 20 hours per week are required with RV campsite provided. 3 month committal is preferred. For more information contact Chad Eller: 469-645-9086, chad.eller@usace.army.mil
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Salmonberry Campground - Benton County
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Oregon. Salmonberry Campground. Host needed May 1 - November 1, 2015. Salmonberry Campground is located off of Hwy 34, on the Alsea River, 32 miles west of Corvallis, Oregon; the campground is just a 40-minute drive to the coast and the work schedule is flexible during the week. There are 28 total campsites, 13 with electrical RV hookups, 1 cabin, 1 yurt, flush toilets, and pay showers. Hosts have a site, water, electricity, sewer, local phone, Internet, laundry facilities, an Alsea, OR post office box, and will be paid a monthly stipend. If interested please contact: Leanna Steinke at Benton County Natural Areas & Parks Department, 360 SW Avery Avenue, Corvallis OR 97333; 541-766-6025 for information and application. $
   

 

USACE Willamette Valley Projects
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Oregon. Near Eugene, Oregon. Several summer volunteer positions and three gate attendant host positions in our beautiful parks. Gate attendant duties involve visitor assistance, processing fees through NRS, with no maintenance required. Volunteer duties are based on your skills and interest, and may include minor maintenance, opening and closing gates, assisting visitors, or interpretive program assistance. Locations include full hookups. Ongoing recruitment. Contact for more information. Email: Ronald.J.Colletti@usace.army.mil or phone: 541-942-5631.
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Friends of Aransas National Wildlife Refuge
Texas. Enjoy fishing, biking and bird watching at beautiful Aransas National Wildlife Refuge on the Texas coast. We are seeking volunteers to greet visitors in our air conditioned visitor center for the months of May through October. We provide a full hookup site, including laundry and free WiFi, in exchange for a minimum of three days work per week for each person. Enjoy this quiet, rural refuge with its friendly and helpful staff. A minimum four week commitment is required, longer stays are preferred. Email: laura_bonneau@fws.gov for more information.
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Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority
Texas. Join us in celebrating 23 years of hiring Workampers. Volunteer retired couples or singles needed year-round in central Texas near historic Gonzales, Texas. No experience required. Gonzales is about 60 miles from Austin and San Antonio. Compensation is 30 amp FHU for light park maintenance and/or park store duties. For more information, Mark Henneke: mhenneke@gbra.org Website: www.lake-wood.com 830-672-2779. Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, 167 County Road 254, Gonzales, TX 78629.
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USACE Harry S Truman Lake
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Missouri. USACE Harry S Truman Lake Project has several volunteer openings. Duties are based on your skills and interest and may include minor maintenance, assisting visitors, and park host. Please contact Bradley Pearson by phone: 816-389-3417 or email: bradley.o.pearson@usace.army.mil
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USACE Green River Lake
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Kentucky. Green River Lake is looking for qualified individuals to help serve our team as volunteer Campground Host(s). Duties: Meet and greet campers, promote water safety, supervise the recreational equipment and loner life jacket rental and movie night programs, promote and assist with campground programs, and other duties as assigned. Dates and hours: April - Oct. 2015. 15-20 hours per week. Incentives: Provided campsite (water, electric, picnic table, and fire ring). Email: andrea.m.o'bryan@usace.army.mil Phone: 270-465-4463 To listen to an audio recording for more about this location and opportunity, click this link or type into your browser: http://tinyurl.com/usacegreenriver
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Neal Taylor Nature Center
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California. Our beautiful Nature Center needs a host as early as mid-August 2015 to May 2016. An ideal host would have maintenance/landscaping skills. 20 hours a week in exchange for a full hookup site at the Cachuma Lake RV Park. We are located at Cachuma Lake, 20 minutes from Santa Barbara and just minutes away from the rolling hills of Santa Ynez wine country. For more information, go to: www.clnaturecenter.org or email: Julie@clnaturecenter.org
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Alameda County Fairgrounds
California. Come experience the excitement and small town beauty of Pleasanton, California located 30 miles east of San Francisco. Our RV North Campground, located on the Alameda County Fairgrounds, has 117 pull-through/back-in sites with full hookups with both 30/50 amp service. We have 3 open positions for Camp Host couples beginning September 1, 2015. Camp Hosts would provide 15-20 hours per week of after hours guest support when our Camp Host office closes for the day in exchange for one RV site with full hookups. Guest support includes, but is not limited to, helping late arriving guest to their sites, answering questions, helping late arriving guest complete their registration paper work, and providing general assistance as appropriate. Individuals must be available to work weekdays and weekends. Interested couples are encouraged to apply by sending their resumes and contact information to Dan Black at: dblack@alamedacountyfair.com You may also contact Dan Black via phone at: 925-567-6036.
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Virginia Dept of Forestry
Virginia. Virginia Department of Forestry - Augusta Forestry Center, located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, seeks volunteer campers to do a variety of tasks in a forest seedling nursery. Four available campsites include electric, water, and sewer hookups, and a concrete pad with picnic table. Stay in exchange for a minimum of 10 hours work/week. Very scenic area, with Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyline Drive, and many historic areas nearby. Call: 540-363-5732.
   

 

Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
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Florida. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown, Florida, needs couples for grounds, tours, maintenance, special events, general store (gift shop). Exchange FHU site for 20 hrs/week. Fishing, hiking trails nearby. Send resume to: info@panhandlepioneer.org or call: 850-674-2777.
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Sutter County General Services
California. Northern California seasonal Campground Host needed from mid-May to mid-September at Sutter County Live Oak Park and Recreation Area. We are on the banks of the Feather River, with excellent fishing, boating and recreation. Applicant must have RV. Water, electric, propane and sewer are provided in exchange for weekend availability and minimal duties including but not limited to: fee collection, cleanup, monitor boat ramp usage, public information and customer service. This is a volunteer position assisting the full-time Campground Host as needed. For more information go to: www.co.sutter.ca.us or call: 530-822-7410. Seasonal host may apply for full-time at the end of the season. $$
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Lower Colorado River Authority
Texas. The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) is seeking volunteer Park Hosts at parks on Lake Bastrop, Lake Travis, Lake Buchanan, Matagorda Bay, and McKinney Roughs. Most parks are located in and around the Texas Hill Country, within easy driving distance of Austin, TX. Hosts willing to work summer months are highly desirable. FHU site. Visit our website: www.lcra.org/parks or call: 512-473-3366.
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USACE Proctor Lake
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Texas. USACE Proctor Lake in Texas is looking for maintenance, park host, and receptionist volunteers. Seasonal and year-round positions. Work will be located in and around the lake. Solos or couples will be expected to work a total of 20 hours/week. 80 hours/month. Campsite with full hookups provided. Must complete a background check and application. Contact Kelly Murphy Park Ranger/Volunteer Coordinator at the Proctor Lake office: 254-879-2424 or www.usace.army.mil/Missions/CivilWorks/Recreation/VolunteerClearinghouse.aspx
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Audubon Kern River Preserve
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California. Audubon Kern River Preserve, Weldon, California. Couple needed for Caretaker position. Main responsibilities are overseeing the preserve during night hours. Some light maintenance (NO restroom cleaning). Full W/E/S site in shaded area included. Great recreation area with fishing, hiking, river rafting. Located in Southern Sierras in central California. Send resume and photo of RV to: ddunning@audubon.org or mail to Denis Dunning, Kern River Preserve, PO Box 1662, Weldon, CA 93283.
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California State Parks
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California. California State Parks is looking for enthusiastic, energetic, outgoing volunteers with strong work ethics, dependable, exceptional customer service skills, and honesty to help create positive memories for our guests. Activities: entrance station assistance, information, camp checks, light maintenance, and camper registration. 30 hours per week required, FHU RV site, 3-6 month commitment. Clean, professional looking RV. Parks include Calaveras Big Trees, Indian Grinding Rock, Columbia and Caswell in north-central California. Contact Ranger Jeff Davis: jeff.davis@parks.ca.gov or 209-795-8906.
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USACE Lake Mendocino
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California. CAMP HOST VOLUNTEERS for Coyote Valley Dam. Register campers, provide visitor assistance, open and close gates, and report and relay information to the park rangers. Hosts are required to be bonded for $100,000 (paid by Corps). We seek cheerful, outgoing individuals that enjoy interacting with the public. Start in May; 3-month block or longer possible. 24 hours/week for full hookup (sewer, water, 30 amp electric), paved, level site. Contact Park Ranger, Poppy Lozoff: poppy.l.lozoff@usace.army.mil 707-467-4237.
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City of Vernonia
Oregon. The City of Vernonia is seeking a park host for Anderson Park to work up to 20 hours per week. Responsibilities include reservations, maintenance and upkeep. Will receive RV space with full hookup and 5% of camping fees. Go to: vernonia-or.gov for more details. Email Angie at: financial@vernonia-or.gov
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Badlands Ministries
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North Dakota. We are a Christian Bible Camp and Retreat Center just south of Medora, ND. Just 4 miles away from the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, a bustling tourist town, and Bully Pulpit - a nationally acclaimed public golf course. We are looking for an individual or couple who would be willing to live on our beautiful 188-acre site in exchange for volunteer help. Please call Brent Seaks if interested: 701-290-6973 or bseaks@hotmail.com www.badlandsministries.org
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