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Big Hank Campground Is Seeking Work Camper Couples -
American Land & Leisure
This campground is located in the midst of tall lodgepole pines, on the North Fork Coeur
d'Alene River. The closest place for gas, ice and basic groceries is at the junction at
Prichard; about 19 miles from Big Hank Campground. Wallace, another 17 miles away, is a large
town with all the conveniences including a hospital. A super-Walmart is in Smelterville, about
15 miles west of Wallace, Idaho.
At 2,800 feet elevation, the campground sits on the Big Hank Meadow.
Campers come to Big Hank to fish and hike.
A campsite is provided; some with full hookups. The pay is minimum wage
for the number of hours specified for the location. Hours vary during the season depending on usage.
This campground's season is from Mid-May to Mid-September.
Read more about our Idaho campground job openings here: Idaho Job Openings, Or contact Gary at 1-800-342-2267.
Camp Host Position Available At Sacajawea Interpretive,
Cultural & Educational Center
POSITION TITLE: Site Host
TIME COMMITMENT: 24-32
hours per week/ June - Sept. or Oct.
Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center and the City of Salmon, Idaho
MISSION: The Sacajawea Center’s mission is to tell the story of Sacajawea, her role in the
Lewis & Clark Expedition, and of her people the Agai’dika Shoshone; and, to promote the values guiding
the Corps of Discovery: friendship, peace, cross-cultural exchange, and exploration of the natural sciences
throughout the West.
LOCATION: Working in
Salmon, located in east central Idaho, offers a great opportunity for someone seeking a summer experience
in a unique and interesting setting. Salmon is the gateway to the Frank Church River of No Return
Wilderness, the homeland of Sacajawea, and the self-proclaimed whitewater capital of the world. Here you
will find rugged peaks, alpine lakes, the famous Salmon River, and front row seats to prominent parts of
American history. This stunning landscape inspires reverence and observation as well as offers unlimited
opportunities for hiking, fishing, mountain biking, camping, boating, and many other recreational
The Sacajawea Center is one of a kind. Built in 2003 to commemorate the Lewis and Clark
bicentennial, the Center boasts 71 acres with walking trails, an interpretive center, an amphitheater,
a dog park, the Learning Center with space for meetings, performances, art shows and parties, a rustic
75 seat theater, a community garden, and the Salmon Outdoor School where primitive and ancestral
skills classes are held weekly. The Center partners with twelve local agencies and organizations that
provide rich layers of content and support and were instrumental in bringing this idea to fruition.
Mailing address: Sacajawea Center, 200 Main Street, Salmon, ID 83467
POSITION SUMMARY: Perfect
for an individual or couple with their own RV - interested in cultural and natural history! The site host
assists in creating positive, memorable experiences for visitors and community members at the Sacajawea
Center. They primarily work in visitor services or grounds maintenance but may support all aspects of
operations at the Center including educational programming and events. Site hosts each work a minimum of 24
hours per week (including weekends and holidays) Hosts are considered to be “on-call” at all times of the
day and night on the days they work. Hosts must take time off during the weekdays Monday through Thursday.
All hosts will have specific duties and scheduled times to work.
- Greet visitors, answer questions, provide tourist information, and be
readily accessible to the public while on duty
- Work in the Interpretive Center collecting admission fees and
providing historical information as needed (up to 2, four hour shifts a week)
duties as assigned may include:
- Check restrooms for cleanliness
- Clean sinks, mirrors, toilets, etc. as assigned
- Restock paper supplies
- Remove litter/debris and empty trash onsite
- Weed shrub/flower beds and trim vegetation
- Mow and maintain lawns using riding/push mowers and trimmers as
- Apply mulch and other top dressings
- Water trees and lawn areas, flower pots/beds with hoses and
sprinklers as needed
- Replace light bulbs as needed
- May develop trail-side stations for visitors
- In the absence of staff, take appropriate action during visitor
or maintenance emergencies:
--obtain relevant information
--notify appropriate authorities (staff, police, ambulance,
(only if properly trained)
- During the performance of duties listed above, may operate and
help maintain a variety of equipment:
--electric powered golf cars
--riding and push mowers
--backpack and walk-behind blowers, power trimmers, and weed
- Assist with special projects related to
- These projects can be structured to the volunteer’s interests and
- Free campsite equipped with water, electricity, and sewer
- City vehicle provided for work-related driving
- Worker’s compensation while on the job
- Complete orientation and job training
- Continual evaluation and feedback on job
- Uniform provided
- Garden space available for growing vegetables etc.
- Personal vehicle mileage may be reimbursed for project
- A beautiful location for a seasonal position!
TO APPLY: E-mail the information below to Lin Gray, Director,
1) Contact Information - including name, address(es), phone, email,
2) Skills and Experience - past/current occupation; hobbies/skills
that may help in your volunteer work; relevant work/volunteer experience; past volunteer/host
experience; duties you feel most comfortable doing; duties you feel least comfortable doing
3) Availability - time frame you could be onsite; number of adults and
youth in your party; pet/type/how many; type and length of camping unit; # of slide-outs; any extra
vehicles? special accommodations you would need to be a volunteer
4) List 3 references who can speak to your quality of work in a
professional capacity (no relatives); Have you OR ANYONE IN YOUR PARTY ever been convicted of or
entered a plea of guilty, no contest, or had a withheld judgment to a felony or a misdemeanor? If YES,
please briefly explain include dates.
Bear Lake RV Park Is Seeking A Park Host For
The Bear Lake RV Park Property Owners Association, Inc., is recruiting for
a park host for the 2014 season. The season normally runs from May 15 thru September 15. The
park is located in the beautiful Bear Lake area of Southeastern Idaho. The position is for one
individual with a stipend based on experience and references and full hook up RV site. Couples are
acceptable to share the work; however, the contract will only be for one person. Individual must have
their own self contained RV.
The job requires someone who can lift at least 30 pounds and drive a golf
cart to complete assigned tasks such as cleaning of restrooms, cleaning club house and surrounding grounds,
monitoring and cleaning dumpster area and central sewer dump, reporting problems and maintenance issues to
park managers, selling ice and propane, maintaining petty cash fund for sales, establishing good
relationships with property owners. May also require operation of a riding lawn mower.
The job requires approximately 50-60 hours of work in a 30 day period with
days off in the middle of the week. Park host is required to be on site on weekends and during
holidays when activity in the park is busiest.
If interested, please contact me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for an
Bona Miller, Treasurer
Bear Lake RV Park POA, Inc.
P. O. Box 54
St. Charles, ID 83272
Eastern Idaho RV Resort Seeking Work
The Sand Hills Resort is a unique sand sport RV resort centrally located
near several summer vacation destinations. The resort is looking for work camper couples for
office/general store and maintenance duties from May 1st through October 1st.
In exchange for 24 hours of work per week the resort will supply a full
hook up site. Additional hours will be paid at a rate of $7.00 per hour. Must be energetic and
enjoy people. Bring your toys! See our website thesandhillsresort.com.
Please email email@example.com or call (208) 624-4127
Gate Attendant Needed Paid Position
What we need: Gate attendant just outside of Spirit Lake
Work 5 day on 2 days off. We supply water and sewer but no Electricity, as
it is a little remote. You will need a generator or Solar. and we pay $800.00 a month.
The Job: Selling day permits Check wood and ad it in to
daily log, half a cord quarter of a cord and so on. Signing in public on private owned land for Recreation
Access a little accounting, adding your permits up and writing them down. Giving information and directing
public to correct person for their information.
On this land the public buys an access permit to: Berry Pick, Hike, Cut
Fire wood, Hunt Fish, Horseback riding, ATV/Motorcycle riding, You
will be checking a box by their name to show reason for
Please call or e mail if interested Peggy Parish
QSI website: Quality-Service-Inc.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone:
Downata Hot Springs Camphost Needed
Camp host needed for small hot springs resort located in Downey Idaho. Must have your own RV. Job
position ends Labor Day Weekend. Contact information. Darlene Downs (208) 897-5736 ext 17. Website:
Silverwood Theme Park
RV Park Employment - Employee operates and is fully accountable for a cash register,
making change, and displaying positive interactions with guests. Responsible for stocking shelves, and RV
Park Office. Ensures reservations are accurately processed. See the employment page at www.silverwoodthemepark.com.