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A campground host is needed at Little Grass Valley Reservoir, near La Porte,
Little Grass Valley Reservoir, located approximately three miles north of La
Porte, California on the Plumas National Forest in the beautiful northern Sierra Nevada mountains is
looking for a camground host.
The recreation complex consists of 8 family campgrounds around the reservoir. The Feather River Ranger
District is recruiting volunteer campground hosts for several of these campgrounds.
Volunteer campground hosts are frontline representatives of the Forest Service. Hosts are essential to
our recreation program, helping provide enjoyable camping experiences. Duties included welcoming visitors,
posting daily reservations, educating the public about the local area and regulations such as fire safety
and quiet hours, monitoring fee compliance, and some minor maintenance, such as raking or stocking
restrooms as needed. Hosts assist Forest Service staff with customer service and overall care of the
campgrounds and day use areas.
Hosts must be neat in appearance, respectful and have good people skills. Typical work schedules include
weekends and holidays. The season extends from mid May through September or October.
Little Grass Valley Recreation Area offers opportunities for many recreation experiences
for visitors. Three boat launch ramps provide access to the water for fishing, water-skiing, sailing,
or simply touring on boats. There is a wheel chair accessible fishing ramp by at the dam. Two swim
beaches provide excellent swimming and picnicking opportunities. The Lakeshore Trail (13 miles) winds
around the entire lake, open for horseback riding, mountain bike riding and hiking. Visitors may also
enjoy watching wildlife, or exploring nearby historic gold mining towns.
The Plumas National Forest encompasses over a million acres of tree-covered mountains, filled with
hundreds of high alpine lakes and thousands of miles of clear running streams. Elevations range from 3,000
to 8,000 feet. The area has four seasons with warm to hot days and warm to cool nights in the summer, and
periodic snowstorms in the winter. Average annual precipitation is about 35~40 inches a year. Year-round
county population is approximately 25,000. Within a half day or less drive are Lake Tahoe, Reno,
Sacramento, Susanville, San Francisco, Redding, Chico, California coast, Lake Shasta, Lassen Volcanic
National Park and a vast variety of activities and opportunities. Popular activities within Plumas County
and the Plumas National Forest include hiking, fishing, hunting, camping, boating, white water rafting,
cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and wildlife viewing.
Visit our website at http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/plumas/recarea/?recid=71118
Mary Sullivan 530-532-7460 or
Couple Needed For Camp Host Position Near Angel camp,
This camp host position requires a couple working 14 hours a day shift (each person working 7 hours, or
any other schedule that works for you, covering the 14 hours). 8am to 10 pm on weekdays and 15 hours 8am to
11pm on weekends and holidays,5 days a week, May until after Labor Day. Self employed, subcontractor.
Job requires good hand writing, people, communication, computer and money handling skills. You will be
checking people in to the campgrounds, entering them into the computer, making out reservation data cards
and posting them in the park and touring the park in the morning and the evening to check the status of the
park (you will need a vehicle to drive) Plus opening and closing the gate. We will be there to train you on
all procedures. Because you will be handling money, a $5,000 bond will be required.
Compensation You will be furnished with a full hook-up site, electric( 50 amp),water and sewer (for
which you will work 20 man hours a week) $10 an hour for all other hours worked. Approx. $580 per week
We are looking for a couple with good work ethics and are dependable. With either a motor home, 5th
wheel trailer or travel trailer self contained. If Interested send a resume and pix of you and your RV
Camp McCumber, in Shingletown California, is Seeking Camp Hosts for the 2015
is a non-profit summer camp located on 40 acres, on a lake, in the mountains east of
Redding, CA. We are seeking hosts that are passionate about providing a fun camping environment for
children. As a host, you will help out with a lot of the day to day functions of a summer camp. You
will be cleaning restrooms, mowing the field, keeping the beach clean, etc. We are asking that our
hosts provide 3-4 hours a day of work, and in exchange we will provide a 30amp full hook-up site at
the camp. Some meals are also provided.
The host can come to camp as early as April 15, although our camp season doesn't start until June 1st.
We would accept any help we can get to get the camp up and running for our campers arrival.
This position is suitable for either 1 person, or a couple. Please
email if you are interested.
Visit our website at www.campmccumber.com to learn more about Camp McCumber.
Work Camper Needed For Private Company In Sequoia National
Hello I'm looking for help during the week. I will be up most weekends depending on bookings. I need
someone who would love to live up in the beautiful Sequoia national Forest, 20 miles up from Lake Isabella
The job would be taking reservations making breakfast for the guests, changing out the bedding after a
guest leaves cleaning the room doing laundry. Not too many bookings Will be during the week mostly on
Fridays and Saturdays. I will be up there every weekend when there's bookings. I need someone to watch over
the property when I'm not there.
Feel free to give me a call 562 254-1436, Harold.
Camp Host Wanted At Vintage Trailer Park
Private vintage trailer park in rural San Diego mountains looking for live-in camp host.
Qualities desired: suave, friendly, creative person with attention to detail (i.e. noticing broken
The park is for recreation purposes only – there are no full time residents (except hosts). This is a
shared position so although hosts may live on-site full time, hosts will only need to be on-duty for two
weeks at a time (two weeks on, two weeks off duty).
Tasks include: security rounds, selling firewood, being present at night should something arise (most of
your time will be your own because other staff does management, repair and maintenance).
Pets and significant others allowed. Prefer selected candidate to have their own trailer. Year-round
trailer site and utilities are provided in exchange for minimal hosting responsibilities. THIS IS AN UNPAID
POSITION; host may likely have other employment but must be available overnight when on duty.
The town of Julian is 3 miles away and there are paid employment opportunities in town. Start date
during March 2015 if possible. Review park website: www.pinecrestretreat.com, and email your credentials and phone number
Become a Modoc National Forest Volunteer Campground Host
The Modoc National Forest offers some of the most spectacular natural surroundings
anywhere. However, only a special few take the opportunity to experience all the area has to offer
while also volunteering to help others do the same.
Become a Volunteer Campground Host on your National Forest.
The recreation season generally lasts from mid-May through mid-October. Applications are available at
managers ask applicants respond by March 31, 2015.
Positions for the 2015 season are available at Medicine Lake Recreation Area on the Doublehead Ranger
District approximately 35 miles southwest of Tulelake, Calif. and Blue Lake Campground on the Warner
Mountain Ranger District, ten miles east of Likely, Calif.
The Blue Lake camp host site features a lake view, holding tank and ample space for trailer and extra
vehicle parking. In addition to the 43-site campground, the recreation site has a picnic area, boat launch
with dock and a National Recreation Trail circling the lake. “Blue lake is a favorite for families and
anglers,” said East Zone District Recreation Officer, Amy Hartell. “Many campers return year after
The Medicine Lake area is also popular with campers and other outdoor enthusiasts.
Host duties include welcoming visitors upon arrival, daily compliance checks and sharing news and
information about the facility and surrounding area. Campground hosts also have ample opportunity to share
information with visitors about natural attractions, recreation opportunities and how to enjoy public lands
For more information please contact Amy Hartell, Devil’s Garden/Warner Mountain Ranger District,
530-279-8311 or Steve Knutson, Big Valley/Doublehead Ranger District, 530-667-8611.
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Work Camper Couples - Fun In The Beautiful Northern California Giant
Summer season May - Sept/October
Couples needed for part time positions, 20 – 35 hours a week. Store/Reservations,
Janitorial/limited maintenance & housekeeping. FHU + hourly wage for all hours worked, free WiFi,
TV on Satellite , free laundry, store & resort discount. Beautiful weather in the summer and close
to many tourist attractions.
This is a Family resort & MUST have friendly attitude.
Please email resume with photos of you and your rig to .
Visit our website at www.redwoodriverresort.com.
Maintenance Work Camper Needed Summer 2015 At Kidder Creek
We need a summer maintenance/handiman for our Facilities Assistant position. Kidder Creek
Camp is a Christian camp for youth and adults.
Position available May through September. 30 hours per week @ $10.00 per hour plus hookups (water,
electric & sewer). Wife is not required to work but there are full-time and part-time Cook, Assistant
Cook and housekeeping positions available June through mid August.
Contact or call 530-598-2697. visit us at www.mounthermon.org/kiddercreek.
Camp Hosts Needed At Big Springs Resort
Looking for Camper Hosts (couples welcome) to enjoy the beautiful Lake Almanor CA in a
small 20 RV site and 10 cabins. Duties include cleaning cabins and RV restrooms and general
maitainance of the park. Also check vacationers in and out of their sites or cabins. More fun than
Season is from the first part of April to the end of October. Looking for up to 4 workers (2 couples).
Please send pics of the RV you will be using during your work stay. Need full season commitments so that
the teams can share times on and off duty.
This is a great opportunity to spend a season in beautiful Northern California mountains and fish an
award winning large lake with land lock salmon and BIG brown and brook trout.
Please contact us at 916-549-5422 or email . Also visit our website at
Camp James RV Park Is Seeking A Work Camper Couple
Hello: My name is Joe Cunningham. My wife Cathy and I own Camp James RV Park/Campground
in Kernville, California. Our park has 76 sites. All sites are either on the river or on the creek
that runs through the park. We are by far the nicest park in kern county. you can look at us online at
We are looking for a couple to work in the front office and maintenance department of our park. The
positions are permanent full time year round. We are looking to fill these positions now, so we’re looking
for couples who can start immediately or in the very near future. We want team players that will fit in
with our existing group.
One employee will work in the front office. This person must have great people skills, be computer savvy
and be capable of learning our software program. I can't stress enough how important it is for you to be
able to sell Camp James both over the phone and in face to face situations. We are not looking for an order
taker. We need an enthusiastic, bubbly, won’t take no for an answer person, who enjoys selling sites in a
beautiful park. This employee needs to be in good physical health and possess or have the ability to
acquire a valid california drivers license.
The second person will work in the maintenance department. This job will require a full
knowledge of plumbing, electrical, landscaping. grounds keeping and all other facets of park
maintenance. You will be required to operate a small tractor/backhoe and become certified to operate
and work on our boom lift which we use for tree work. You will need to have the skills to move RVs to
and from our storage lot and to spot the units on a camp site. You must be in good physical shape and
either possess or have the ability to acquire a valid california drivers license. You will be working
with two other experienced maintenance men who will help you understand what we are trying to
accomplish at Camp James.
The compensation will be $3000.00 per month plus a full hook up site and utilities including water,
sewer, trash, cable tv, wifi, access to our laundry facilities and up to a $100.00 monthly electrical
If this sounds like something that fits your skill levels and lifestyle, please contact me
at . Please include your resumes and a recent photo of yourselves and the RV you
will be living in. I will not see anything sent directly to the Camp James website because I do not
reside at the property. No phone calls please. Thanks. Joe
Elings Park is Seeking Volunteers For Work Camping
Elings Park (www.elingspark.org), is the largest regional sports and recreation center in Santa
Barbara. It’s also one of the City’s finest open space and natural areas. The Park is privately managed
by the Elings Park Foundation, a non-profit organization. The Foundation is seeking volunteers as Park
Hosts to assist staff administer a 230 acre urban park and serve 250,000 annual visitors.
Park Hosts must be customer oriented, friendly and patient. A Park host will spend most of their time
outdoors performing a wide array of services, including but not limited to general park maintenance and
management activities, collection of fees, monitoring public events, patrolling, and enforcing park
If selected, a Park Host will be required to volunteer 25 hours per week (5-days on (weekends included)
with 2-consecutive week days off). Singles must work 25 hours, couples may split the 25 hour requirement
between them. Schedules/duties may vary depending on the season and the Park’s event and program
Though couples are preferred, singles are encouraged to apply. Park Hosts are allowed to camp at Elings
Park. Candidates must have a self-contained rig and be willing to dry camp (potable water and weekly
drainage of grey and black water tanks is available). Though there are Park Host sites on both the North
and South sides of the Park, sites on the South are located on a parking lot with incredible ocean
If interested and would like more information, please send a letter of interest and/or resume to Mike
Nelson, , and Mari Baker, .
Big Sur Coastal Management Is Seeking A Seasonal Work Camper
We are looking for a seasonal couple to help with maintenance and projects in the
off-season in beautiful Big Sur California. This is a physical position which would be great for a
couple looking to work outdoors and enjoy the rugged California coast. Duties include yard work,
painting, replacing fire rings/grills, etc.
This stretch of Highway 1 is fairly remote. There is limited cell service, groceries are a 45 minute
drive away...this is definitely not an "RV-resort" experience. There is a beautiful sandy beach within
walking distance of your site, as well as plenty of opportunities for hiking, fishing, kayaking, and whale
watching. We offer water, electric, and on-site waste disposal (blue boy). This is a paid position
We're looking to hear from you soon! Please respond with a resume and a short write-up on why you'd be a
good fit in Big Sur! Here's the email address: .
Visit our website at www.campone.com.
Assistant Manager Couple Needed At Bakersfield River Run RV
Bakersfield River Run RV Park is looking for a responsible, energetic, service oriented
couple for an assistant manager. This couple will serve the park guests by greeting, performing guest
transactions, operating necessary equipment, performing minor maintenance, etc. to ensure high quality
guest relations. The couple will be required to live on site. On site accommodations available.
About Bakersfield River Run RV Park:
Bakersfield River Run RV Park is a upscale RV Park. We are centrally located in Bakersfield, CA close to
many of the areas restaurants, shopping centers and other attractions. River Run RV Park is a family owned
and operated company that views all of our team members as an important part of the team that makes success
attainable. Our goal is that our guest based focus is what sets us apart from other companies.
Bakersfield River Run RV Park Mission Statement:
River Run RV Park strives to be “The Place To Stay” for the traveling RV community by providing friendly
staff, clean and safe facilities and an attitude of exceptional service.
Send your resume or information request to .
Visit us on the web at www.riverrunrvpark.com
Camp Host in the Victorian Village of Ferndale, California's Redwood
Looking for Seasonal (Nov- April) and (May-Oct) to our RV park at our fairgrounds. We
have over 100 campsites with electric and water. We have a few with sewer hookups. The camp host would
be responsible to collect money from campers, clean the restrooms and keep the area clean.
Located in the Victorian Village of Ferndale (http://www.victorianferndale.com/) and 5
miles from Centerville Beach (http://redwoods.info/showrecord.asp?id=3730)
in beautiful Humboldt County, California's Redwood Coast http://redwoods.info/
Please submit your resume or inquiries by email
San Joaquin County Parks Is Recruiting For A Campground
Applications are currently being accepted for the on-site residing position of Campground
Host at the Westgate Landing Regional Park in Lodi, CA. Applicant must be able to provide their
own camping unit, acceptable to the County.
The County will provide water, electricity, refuse removal, sewer, and a
camping unit pad, in exchange for contractual maintenance and public contact services. Applicant may
be responsible for paying possessory interest taxes. This position’s duration is based on acceptable
performance and is typically reviewed annually for renewal.
Applicants will be subject to a background, fingerprinting and DMV records
check. No salary or benefits are provided. A valid California class “C” driver’s license
For further information contact the Park Office at (209) 953-8800 Monday
thru Friday between the hours of 8 am and 4 pm.
Volunteer Camp Host Opportunity With The Wildlands
Looking for a quiet getaway in your RV? Enjoy beautiful weather, scenic
desert, and the possibility of spotting big horn sheep at The Wildlands Conservancy’s Mission Creek
We seek a Volunteer caretaker to greet hikers, check-in occasional campers and provide
light maintenance duties for October 2014 – May 2015. Full hook-ups are provided. If interested call
909.797.8507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about The Wildlands Conservancy please
Work Campers Needed For Caretaker Attendant Positions At Public
Lytle Creek Firing Line, Inc. - Lytle Creek, California - (RVing Hosts Wanted for Remote
Day Use Firing Range)
Immediate opening for a caretaker attendant at Lytle Creek Firing Line, a
public shooting range. We are a remote day use firing range that is looking for RVing hosts.
A secluded fee for use area, located in the chaparral covered northern San
Bernadino National Forest is looking for the proper individual or couple who is looking for a Southern
California RV location.
Conveniently located close to I-15/215, and 210 Freeways, Rancho Cucamonga
and San Bernardino are easily accessed. The facility is located at the 4,400’ elevation in the shadow of
Mt. Baldy, highest peak in the San Gabriel Mountain range, and the Sheep Mountain Wilderness Area, in the
Lytle Creek Canyon drainage.
The adjoining communities are still rural, however a large mall and other
amenities are a half hour drive.
Low humidity without extreme temperatures makes for a comfortable
environment the majority of the year.
Activities in a developing controlled shooting range includes the use of
firearms and archery equipment from designated locations at designated targets. This is a controlled use
area. A tolerance of firearms is expected.
It is open seven days a week, and closes at 16:00 and opens at 08:00. The
hosts are expected to maintain a presence on the property after hours, merely as a deterrent to
The applicants should be mature and responsible individuals or couples who
are self sufficient, reliable, dedicated to a commitment, and independent. A tolerance of firearms and
shooting activities is expected. The facility is active from 08:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon, with light
traffic on the paved road after hours.
Host positions are seasonal. Applicants are expected to have a clean,
self-contained RV, and should be able to provide proof of insurance and current registration. A tow behind
vehicle is a plus. The host area is separated from the shooting area by approximately 70 yards.
Currently, conditions are primitive. However, sanitation needs are
serviced weekly, and potable water will be supplied, as well as an alternative power source. Amenities are
in the works.
Pets are acceptable, as long as shots are current and they are kept under
Local activities include hiking, fishing, hunting, bird watching,
stargazing, 4-wheeling, wildlife viewing, mountain biking, gold mining or panning, and peace and
This could be a fine situation for active retirees who enjoy the seclusion
of the outdoors and enjoy people in moderation.
Financial compensation commensurate with activities performed. The hosts
must be bondable.
Work 3-20 hours per week, per couple.
Applications accepted until the position is filled.
Call or email Greg for an application and to schedule an interview. Phone:
909-438-0196. E-mail: email@example.com .
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination
in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and
where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation,
genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or a part of an individual's income is
derived from any public assistance program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons
with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille,
large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD). To
file a complaint of discrimination write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence
Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA
is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Employer: Lytle Creek Firing Line, Inc.
Job Ref: Recreational Shooting Range
Industry: Recreation / Parks
Job Type: Part Time
Country: United States
City: Lytle Creek
Post Code: 92358
Salary: Experience Based
Hiring Work Campers For Seasonal Facility in Sierra Nevada
Seeking energetic workers for seasonal facility in Sierra Nevada Mountains near
Yosemite. Must be pleasant, neat, and flexible, and able to handle a variety of tasks as they
arise. Pay for all positions is $8.50/hour. All hours worked are paid--forty hours (40) per
week with two days off per week.
Located in Sierra National Forest near Mammoth
Pool. We are putting together a summer team for the above positions. Couples are welcome and
encouraged to apply. We are family owned on private land and are a very small operation. Must like
people and be able to get along with the public. Retirees encouraged to apply!
Meals and full rv hookups are provided.
WiFi is available.
Check out www.mammothpool.com (site currently under construction) for more info and
pictures. Must enjoy the mountains, swimming, skiing, canoeing, hiking and being under a million stars
at night. Pets okay. A job contract to clarify wages and expectations between both parties will
be signed before starting work. All hours are paid and include full hook up for your RV.
Food Preparer: cook breakfast (buffet on weekends), lunch and dinner for the public and workers in casual
atmosphere restaurant. Cleanliness and knowledge of food sanitation is a must. Must have a food handler's
certificate and be able to lift 25 lbs.
General Store: Hours 10am to 6pm
Clerk: General store and help out with restaurant when needed. Includes working
with a cash register, organizing stock on shelves, dusting and cleaning, stacking sometimes heavy stock, thus
must be able to lift 25 lbs.
mgmt/maintenance: hours to be determined
Generally, registering persons in campground. Recycling and keeping the
campground clean. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Assist with general store or restaurant when not working in the
Open June 1 to September 10. Please send a resume
with a picture.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Would like to solidify jobs soon. Thank you.
Camp Hosts Needed for Portola Redwoods State
Portola Redwoods State Park is looking for enthusiastic and reliable camp hosts. There are 53
sites in the main campground, six walk-in sites, four hike and bike sites and four group camps. The park's
campgrounds are nestled among the redwoods and beautiful Peters Creek and Pescadero Creeks flow through
Camp host duties include assisting staff with fee
collection, providing visitors with park information, light housekeeping, map and wood sales, and reporting
incidents and emergencies. There is a minimum two-month commitment and a maximum six-month stay. The preference
is for a host who can commit to a six-month assignment, but we can be flexible.
Newly renovated camp host site! Electricity, water
and sewer are provided. There is also a phone line and high-speed Internet at the host site. Maximum length is
27 feet for trailers and 30 feet for motor homes. Be aware that the road into the park is steep and winding.
The park is located 9 miles from the nearest store and 14 miles from the nearest gasoline.
Experienced hosts are preferred, please explore what
a camp host is prior to applying. If you have a passion for parks and for customer service, please feel
free to apply, even without experience. Two nights off per week; expected to be working on weekends.
The volunteer application is here and should be
filled-out and mailed with dates of availability. Please contact Supervising Ranger Emily Bertram at
831-338-8864 or Emily.Bertram@parks.ca.gov with questions .
Mail completed applications to 21600 Big Basin Way, Boulder Creek, CA 95006.
Paradise Shores Rv Park Is Looking For Work Campers
In The Eastern Sierra Area
Work Camper or Campers wanted for May-October 2014. We're looking for friendly, happy, and
personable couples or individuals who would like to work for a day or two a week in exchange for a full
hookup site, cable, and WIFI. It is important to us that these people be genuinely interested in the
surrounding areas so they can better relate to our clientele.
We would like someone who enjoys the area as much as
we do, who can share that enthusiasm, and who can help us to take care of the place. We'll make sure you have
plenty of time to explore this pristine wilderness, but we'll also require you to work some. Duties will
include, operating the front desk, checking people in, answering phones, RV site maintenance and some light
gardening. Depending on your skills there could be some paid work available as well.
With that said, we aren't looking for the typical
setup where you work a few hours on most days.Rather, when we leave the property, we would ask you to work a
long day or two each week. This is a great fit for someone that would like to have many days off in a row
followed by a few long days on. We are extremely flexible on dates and times. We will work with your
schedule as long as you can work with ours. Typically, we hire someone around the end of April and they stay
through October. We are looking to establish a relationship that may last for many years to
Check out http://www.paradiseshoresrvpark.com get a feel for our place and determine if you would
be the right fit. Inquire at email@example.com.
Park Host Positions Available At San Diego
Department of Parks and Recreation
The County of San Diego Department of Parks and
Recreation is accepting applications for park hosts for several positions throughout the park system. Hosts
provide 20 hours of service per week in exchange for RV site and full hook ups. Candidates must provide their
own RV. A background check required. A commitment of six months or longer is expected, with longer
opportunities a possibility. This is a great opportunity for individuals or couples to live, work and play in
our San Diego treasures! Visit our website to view our many parks and open space
Please contact Cheryl Wegner, Volunteer Coordinator
at: 858-966-1335; firstname.lastname@example.org.