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Small Farm In Idaho Looking For Someone To Help With Garden, Animals and

Guests

Our place is on the northern panhandle of Idaho close to Canada. It is located on the magnificent 43 mile long lake Pend Oreille, surrounded by the Selkirk and Cabinet mountains and Schweitzer ski resort. Sandpoint has a thriving arts and music community. For people who enjoy the outdoors the choices are endless, hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, hunting, skiing. There are great parks and hot springs in the surrounding area. Our home is on a farm a 15 min. drive to town. We have spectacular views of Schweitzer ski resort. We grow alfalfa hay and also have wooded areas with maintained trails for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and xc skiing. I love to garden and do my best to keep things organic. We grow a variety of berries, produce and flowers. Our Barn is home to our miniature horses and chickens. We also have a small dog. Over the years we have had many foster children, exchange students and helpers from all over the world. We often have visitors. My husband works with the ski patrol and in the summer is a building contractor, he loves to ride dirt bikes and backpack. I have a small art studio where I make stained glass and do other projects. We also rent rooms and a small guest cabin. We are listed on airbnb. We both enjoy traveling and have had lots of great adventures. We are looking for self motivated individuals to help with maintain the gardens, care for animals and help with guests.  We have an opening From June 2018-end of Sept. Hours are flexible depending on what needs to be done apx. 20 hrs a week. You will have plenty of free time and we encourage you to explore. You are welcome to use our kayaks and we will be happy to share the garden goodies. We have had wonderful helpers over the years and have made many lifelong friendships. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. I will also provide a list of references. We have two 50amp hook ups contact :Monique 208 610-0349 monique_sandpoint@yahoo.com 

Rv Camp Host Is Wanted By The City of Potlatch For Scenic 6 RV Park By The

End Of March In Idaho

This position will remain open until filled. RV Camp Host(s) will receive a compensation package which includes the following amenities at no charge: RV site, water, sewer, garbage and electrical usage. Duties include: maintaining reservations (taking reservations and cancelling reservations) you will receive telephone calls at all hours of the day or night. Must be available onsite to help with the needs of the campers. You must like the public and get along well with others. Must be able to conduct the bookkeeping entries for the payments received for RV sites and electrical usage and must be well organized. You will be expected to clean the RV Park bathrooms and shower rooms. Keep the restrooms well stocked with supplies. Clean and sweep the RV pads of dirt and debris, clean, sweep and hose off the parking pad at the RV Park bathroom/shower room. Inspect the Scenic 6 Depot after events, etc. (a full list of duties is available at City Hall). Please fill out the application above and e-mail it to City Hall at potlcity@potlatch.com  or bring your application into City Hall at 195 6th Street, Potlatch. Questions? Call City Hall at 208-875- 0708. Click Here to visit our website.

Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center Has A Volunteer

Opportunity Available For Individual Or Couple In Idaho

This is a at a one-of-a-kind city park! POSITION TITLE: 2018 Onsite Volunteer SERVICE TERM: 24-32 hours per week/ May 15 – September 15 (moderately flexible) SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center and the City of Salmon, Idaho SPONSORING ORGANIZATION’S MISSION: The Sacajawea Center’s mission is to foster the knowledge and appreciation of the Agai’dika Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, the Lewis & Clark Expedition, Western frontier life, and the natural environment. The Sacajawea Center interprets the rich cultural and natural history of the Salmon and Lemhi River Country, deepening people’s connection to the unique place this area holds in our nation’s history, which was shaped in part by the Lewis & Clark Expedition and Sacajawea as well as her people, the Agai’dika Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. The Sacajawea Center is owned and operated by the City of Salmon. While it is on the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and considered an information center along the Trail it has no affiliation with the National Park Service. LOCATION: Serving in Salmon, located in east central Idaho, offers a great opportunity for an individual or couple 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 Agaidika, 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 offering unlimited opportunities for hiking, fishing, mountain biking, camping, boating, and many other recreational activities. The Sacajawea Center opened in 2003 to commemorate the Lewis and Clark bicentennial, the Center boasts 71 acres with walking trails, an interpretive center, an outdoor 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. POSITION SUMMARY: Perfect for an individual or couple with their own RV - interested in cultural and natural history! Each summer docent assists in creating positive, memorable experiences for visitors and community members at the Sacajawea Center. Volunteers primarily spend their time in visitor services and/or grounds maintenance but may support all aspects of operations at the Center including educational programming and events. Each docent serves up to 32 hours per week (which may include weekends and holidays). All volunteers will have specific duties and scheduled times of service after discussion with the Center’s director. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Greet visitors, answer questions and provide tourist information and be readily accessible to the public while on duty Staff the Interpretive Center collecting admission fees, selling bookstore items and providing information as needed (at least one, five hour shift each week) Maintaining the cash register, closing the till each day Working with a team on site maintenance and grounds upkeep Fill in for other docents as needed Inform visitors of park rules and regulations and notify staff if action is needed Walk the trail system, engaging with visitors Support groups renting Center facilities Provide planning support and participate in special events Maintain grounds around RV pad by trimming, mowing, pulling weeds, watering Other duties as assigned will include: Cleaning/Maintenance: Checking restrooms for cleanliness Cleaning sinks, mirrors, toilets, etc. as assigned Restocking paper supplies Removing litter/debris and emptying trash onsite Weeding shrub/flower beds and trimming vegetation Mowing and maintaining lawns using riding/push mowers and trimmers as assigned Applying mulch and other top dressings Watering trees and lawn areas, flower pots/beds with hoses and sprinklers as needed Replacing light bulbs and maintaining buildings as needed Maintaining and weatherizing outdoor structures: benches, shade shelters, signs, etc. Interpretation: May develop trail-side stations or special programs for visitors Emergency Operations (as needed): In the absence of staff, take appropriate action during visitor or maintenance emergencies: identify problems obtain relevant information notify appropriate authorities (staff, police, ambulance, etc.) Equipment Operation (only if properly trained): During the performance of duties listed above, may operate and help maintain a variety of equipment: manual pick-up truck electric powered golf cars riding and push mowers backpack and walk-behind blowers, power trimmers, and weed eaters Special Projects (as needed): Assist with special projects related to operations. These projects can be structured to the volunteer’s interests and talents. BENEFITS INCLUDE: Free RV pad equipped with water, electricity, and sewer hook-ups City vehicle provided for work-related driving needs Worker’s compensation while serving Orientation and training Continual evaluation and feedback on performance Uniform shirt provided Garden plots available for growing vegetables etc. Personal vehicle mileage may be reimbursable for project work A beautiful location for a seasonal position! Open until filled Email Lin Gray for this position at lgray@sacajaweacenter.org 

Snake River Boat Club Is Looking For Caretakers For The Summer Of 2018 In

Idaho $$

We are a beautiful rustic boat club with a one room lodge, furnished caretaker’s cabin, several storage buildings, movable boat docks and very well maintained outhouse restrooms located in the Southeastern Idaho Mountains on Palisades Reservoir near Swan Valley, Idaho. We are a remote facility, located eight miles off of the paved road, US Highway 26. The reservoir is totally surrounded by National Forest land and does not have any lakefront homes or cabins. Palisades Reservoir, a 16,100 acre reservoir with over 70 miles of limited access shoreline is over 20 miles long. When full, the reservoir is at an elevation of 5620 feet above sea level. Because of the remoteness of the facility, for safety reasons we require two persons to serve as caretakers. Compensation includes pay and use of the furnished caretaker’s cabin and RV storage parking. You may take occasional weekends off with a Sunday return time of 3 PM to explore Jackson Hole Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone National Park, all of which are approximately a one to three hour drive from the boat club. On most weekdays, caretakers will be alone on the Snake River Boat Club premises.  Caretakers must remain on the property at all times (24x7), unless boat-club members are present or ‘leave’ is approved. The caretaker’s cabin is furnished and includes a propane stove, refrigerator, generator and water heater. A washing machine is provided in the cabin. A wood stove and propane heater provide heating and all wood and propane is provided by the club. Storage parking for an RV is provided adjacent to the caretaker’s cabin. Caretakers are required to have a personal cell phone.  A partial list of duties includes the following: Mow the lawn weekly (approximately two acres with riding and power lawn mower. Water and maintain the lawn including application of fertilizer and weed control. Move docks as necessary using a hand-powered winch system as reservoir water levels rise/fall. Check boats and RV’s. Maintain a log of gasoline sales and collect money from sales. Clean a small one room lodge and associated fireplace. Clean two small one-room restrooms each week and outside fire pit. Pickup driftwood from shoreline and boat dock area. Prepare sugar water to feed hummingbirds. Sugar is provided by the club. The season salary is $6,000. This will be paid in increments of $600 every 2 weeks (10 pay periods), with the final check given on last day of contracted dates. 2018 contract dates are May 26through October 13, 2018. The Snake River Boat Club will require references and conduct a background check in addition to information necessary to prepare required IRS forms (e.g., W-9 and 1099-Misc). Contact: Linda at lcollinss@aol.com Snake River Boat Club P.O. Box 2765 Idaho Falls, ID 83403 Lyle LaBonte, President

Work Camping Couple Needed At Bear Den RV Resort In Idaho

Camp Host wanted September – November. We are offering a full hook up site, free electricity, WI-Fi, cable TV, laundry, and an employee discount (10% over cost) on items in our store. We are looking for a couple to fill the following position: OFFICE POSITION: Work Schedule: 3 days on, 4 days off per week with office hours of 10:00AM ­ 12:00PM and 1:00PM ­ 7:00PM Duties: Duties include answering phones, making reservations, checking in/out reservations, making coffee the night before, running the store, light cleaning of restrooms and laundry facilities, washing and folding cabin linens Our Park is located 3⁄4 of a mile south of Grangeville, ID population 3,200. Don’t let the small size of our town fool you. The city of Grangeville has a hospital, emergency room, clinic, doctor offices, dentists, shopping, 2 grocery stores, and several restaurants and gas stations for your convenience. We are centrally located with access to Hell’s Canyon, the Salmon, Snake and Clear Water rivers for your recreational enjoyment. We have 21 full hook-up, pull-thru sites, 13 full hook-up, back-in sites and 4 camping cabins. All sites are approximately 40’ x 80’ and include large grass areas. The Bear Den has been rated in the top 300 Good Sam Parks 3 years in a row thanks to Work Campers such as you keeping our facility running smooth and our customers happy. If this opportunity would work for you or if you have any further question please contact Nancy at 208- 983-0140. For photos and more information you can also visit our website at www.beardenrv.com

Immediate Opening For Camp Host At The Heyburn

Riverside RV Park In South Central Idaho

View the park and location by going to www.heyburn.id.gov and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on 'RV Park'. This is a small but quite busy park with 29 full service sites. Salary is 750.00 per month plus FHU. Call 208-312-9088 for job description and details. This job is open now through the last day of September.

Downata Hot Springs' RV Park Is Needing A Mature Camp Host Couple In

Idaho

Looking for a mature couple to be a camp host at Downata Hot Springs' RV Park in Downey, Idaho Duties would consist of checking in customers, helping guests, delivering firewood, cleaning restrooms, laundry and yard duties and maintenance. Campground Master software experience would be helpful. Job would go from May 1st to the middle of September. We have an RV for camp host or you can bring your own. Utilities and pad rent included in Salary. Visit our website at www.downatahotsprings.com For more information send email to darlene@downatahotsprings.com

Wagonhammer RV Park & Campground Is Seeking A Work Camper Couple In

Idaho

Lady - assists in office and shop Gentleman - yard work and maintenance, parking of guests For further detail call 208 865 2477 and ask for Shirley Please check our web site at www.wagonhammercampground.com for further description of our park.

100 Acre Wood Lodge is Looking for a Work Camper Couple in Idaho

We have a log lodge on the Idaho / Montana border in central Idaho. We are looking for a couple for a volunteer position for 40 hrs(20 each) a week in return for hook up. Please no kids or pets. Duties would be: Grounds keeping Light maintenance House keeping Lodge sitting & check in Misc.chores Guest activities Enjoying the mountains & area Your spot would be right on our 2 acre lake. We are very easy going and very flexible on hrs. Visit our website at www.100acrewoodlodge.com Email us at acrewood@centurytel.net or call Jon at 208-865-2165

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.
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Small Farm In Idaho Looking For

Someone To Help With Garden, Animals

and Guests

Our place is on the northern panhandle of Idaho close to Canada. It is located on the magnificent 43 mile long lake Pend Oreille, surrounded by the Selkirk and Cabinet mountains and Schweitzer ski resort. Sandpoint has a thriving arts and music community. For people who enjoy the outdoors the choices are endless, hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, hunting, skiing. There are great parks and hot springs in the surrounding area. Our home is on a farm a 15 min. drive to town. We have spectacular views of Schweitzer ski resort. We grow alfalfa hay and also have wooded areas with maintained trails for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and xc skiing. I love to garden and do my best to keep things organic. We grow a variety of berries, produce and flowers. Our Barn is home to our miniature horses and chickens. We also have a small dog. Over the years we have had many foster children, exchange students and helpers from all over the world. We often have visitors. My husband works with the ski patrol and in the summer is a building contractor, he loves to ride dirt bikes and backpack. I have a small art studio where I make stained glass and do other projects. We also rent rooms and a small guest cabin. We are listed on airbnb. We both enjoy traveling and have had lots of great adventures. We are looking for self motivated individuals to help with maintain the gardens, care for animals and help with guests.  We have an opening From June 2018-end of Sept. Hours are flexible depending on what needs to be done apx. 20 hrs a week. You will have plenty of free time and we encourage you to explore. You are welcome to use our kayaks and we will be happy to share the garden goodies. We have had wonderful helpers over the years and have made many lifelong friendships. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. I will also provide a list of references. We have two 50amp hook ups contact :Monique 208 610-0349 monique_sandpoint@yahoo.com 

Rv Camp Host Is Wanted By The City

of Potlatch For Scenic 6 RV Park By

The End Of March

In Idaho

This position will remain open until filled. RV Camp Host(s) will receive a compensation package which includes the following amenities at no charge: RV site, water, sewer, garbage and electrical usage. Duties include: maintaining reservations (taking reservations and cancelling reservations) you will receive telephone calls at all hours of the day or night. Must be available onsite to help with the needs of the campers. You must like the public and get along well with others. Must be able to conduct the bookkeeping entries for the payments received for RV sites and electrical usage and must be well organized. You will be expected to clean the RV Park bathrooms and shower rooms. Keep the restrooms well stocked with supplies. Clean and sweep the RV pads of dirt and debris, clean, sweep and hose off the parking pad at the RV Park bathroom/shower room. Inspect the Scenic 6 Depot after events, etc. (a full list of duties is available at City Hall). Please fill out the application above and e-mail it to City Hall at potlcity@potlatch.com  or bring your application into City Hall at 195 6th Street, Potlatch. Questions? Call City Hall at 208-875- 0708. Click Here to visit our website.

Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center Has A

Volunteer Opportunity Available For Individual Or Couple In

Idaho

This is a at a one-of-a-kind city park! POSITION TITLE: 2018 Onsite Volunteer SERVICE TERM: 24-32 hours per week/ May 15 – September 15 (moderately flexible) SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center and the City of Salmon, Idaho SPONSORING ORGANIZATION’S MISSION: The Sacajawea Center’s mission is to foster the knowledge and appreciation of the Agai’dika Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, the Lewis & Clark Expedition, Western frontier life, and the natural environment. The Sacajawea Center interprets the rich cultural and natural history of the Salmon and Lemhi River Country, deepening people’s connection to the unique place this area holds in our nation’s history, which was shaped in part by the Lewis & Clark Expedition and Sacajawea as well as her people, the Agai’dika Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. The Sacajawea Center is owned and operated by the City of Salmon. While it is on the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and considered an information center along the Trail it has no affiliation with the National Park Service. LOCATION: Serving in Salmon, located in east central Idaho, offers a great opportunity for an individual or couple 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 Agaidika, 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 offering unlimited opportunities for hiking, fishing, mountain biking, camping, boating, and many other recreational activities. The Sacajawea Center opened in 2003 to commemorate the Lewis and Clark bicentennial, the Center boasts 71 acres with walking trails, an interpretive center, an outdoor 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. POSITION SUMMARY: Perfect for an individual or couple with their own RV - interested in cultural and natural history! Each summer docent assists in creating positive, memorable experiences for visitors and community members at the Sacajawea Center. Volunteers primarily spend their time in visitor services and/or grounds maintenance but may support all aspects of operations at the Center including educational programming and events. Each docent serves up to 32 hours per week (which may include weekends and holidays). All volunteers will have specific duties and scheduled times of service after discussion with the Center’s director. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Greet visitors, answer questions and provide tourist information and be readily accessible to the public while on duty Staff the Interpretive Center collecting admission fees, selling bookstore items and providing information as needed (at least one, five hour shift each week) Maintaining the cash register, closing the till each day Working with a team on site maintenance and grounds upkeep Fill in for other docents as needed Inform visitors of park rules and regulations and notify staff if action is needed Walk the trail system, engaging with visitors Support groups renting Center facilities Provide planning support and participate in special events Maintain grounds around RV pad by trimming, mowing, pulling weeds, watering Other duties as assigned will include: Cleaning/Maintenance: Checking restrooms for cleanliness Cleaning sinks, mirrors, toilets, etc. as assigned Restocking paper supplies Removing litter/debris and emptying trash onsite Weeding shrub/flower beds and trimming vegetation Mowing and maintaining lawns using riding/push mowers and trimmers as assigned Applying mulch and other top dressings Watering trees and lawn areas, flower pots/beds with hoses and sprinklers as needed Replacing light bulbs and maintaining buildings as needed Maintaining and weatherizing outdoor structures: benches, shade shelters, signs, etc. Interpretation: May develop trail-side stations or special programs for visitors Emergency Operations (as needed): In the absence of staff, take appropriate action during visitor or maintenance emergencies: identify problems obtain relevant information notify appropriate authorities (staff, police, ambulance, etc.) Equipment Operation (only if properly trained): During the performance of duties listed above, may operate and help maintain a variety of equipment: manual pick-up truck electric powered golf cars riding and push mowers backpack and walk-behind blowers, power trimmers, and weed eaters Special Projects (as needed): Assist with special projects related to operations. These projects can be structured to the volunteer’s interests and talents. BENEFITS INCLUDE: Free RV pad equipped with water, electricity, and sewer hook-ups City vehicle provided for work-related driving needs Worker’s compensation while serving Orientation and training Continual evaluation and feedback on performance Uniform shirt provided Garden plots available for growing vegetables etc. Personal vehicle mileage may be reimbursable for project work A beautiful location for a seasonal position! Open until filled Email Lin Gray for this position at lgray@sacajaweacenter.org 

Snake River Boat Club Is Looking For Caretakers For The

Summer Of 2018 In Idaho $$

We are a beautiful rustic boat club with a one room lodge, furnished caretaker’s cabin, several storage buildings, movable boat docks and very well maintained outhouse restrooms located in the Southeastern Idaho Mountains on Palisades Reservoir near Swan Valley, Idaho. We are a remote facility, located eight miles off of the paved road, US Highway 26. The reservoir is totally surrounded by National Forest land and does not have any lakefront homes or cabins. Palisades Reservoir, a 16,100 acre reservoir with over 70 miles of limited access shoreline is over 20 miles long. When full, the reservoir is at an elevation of 5620 feet above sea level. Because of the remoteness of the facility, for safety reasons we require two persons to serve as caretakers. Compensation includes pay and use of the furnished caretaker’s cabin and RV storage parking. You may take occasional weekends off with a Sunday return time of 3 PM to explore Jackson Hole Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone National Park, all of which are approximately a one to three hour drive from the boat club. On most weekdays, caretakers will be alone on the Snake River Boat Club premises.  Caretakers must remain on the property at all times (24x7), unless boat-club members are present or ‘leave’ is approved. The caretaker’s cabin is furnished and includes a propane stove, refrigerator, generator and water heater. A washing machine is provided in the cabin. A wood stove and propane heater provide heating and all wood and propane is provided by the club. Storage parking for an RV is provided adjacent to the caretaker’s cabin. Caretakers are required to have a personal cell phone.  A partial list of duties includes the following: Mow the lawn weekly (approximately two acres with riding and power lawn mower. Water and maintain the lawn including application of fertilizer and weed control. Move docks as necessary using a hand-powered winch system as reservoir water levels rise/fall. Check boats and RV’s. Maintain a log of gasoline sales and collect money from sales. Clean a small one room lodge and associated fireplace. Clean two small one-room restrooms each week and outside fire pit. Pickup driftwood from shoreline and boat dock area. Prepare sugar water to feed hummingbirds. Sugar is provided by the club. The season salary is $6,000. This will be paid in increments of $600 every 2 weeks (10 pay periods), with the final check given on last day of contracted dates. 2018 contract dates are May 26through October 13, 2018. The Snake River Boat Club will require references and conduct a background check in addition to information necessary to prepare required IRS forms (e.g., W-9 and 1099-Misc). Contact: Linda at lcollinss@aol.com Snake River Boat Club P.O. Box 2765 Idaho Falls, ID 83403 Lyle LaBonte, President

Work Camping Couple Needed At Bear Den RV Resort In

Idaho

Camp Host wanted September – November. We are offering a full hook up site, free electricity, WI- Fi, cable TV, laundry, and an employee discount (10% over cost) on items in our store. We are looking for a couple to fill the following position: OFFICE POSITION: Work Schedule: 3 days on, 4 days off per week with office hours of 10:00AM ­ 12:00PM and 1:00PM ­ 7:00PM Duties: Duties include answering phones, making reservations, checking in/out reservations, making coffee the night before, running the store, light cleaning of restrooms and laundry facilities, washing and folding cabin linens Our Park is located 3⁄4 of a mile south of Grangeville, ID population 3,200. Don’t let the small size of our town fool you. The city of Grangeville has a hospital, emergency room, clinic, doctor offices, dentists, shopping, 2 grocery stores, and several restaurants and gas stations for your convenience. We are centrally located with access to Hell’s Canyon, the Salmon, Snake and Clear Water rivers for your recreational enjoyment. We have 21 full hook-up, pull-thru sites, 13 full hook-up, back-in sites and 4 camping cabins. All sites are approximately 40’ x 80’ and include large grass areas. The Bear Den has been rated in the top 300 Good Sam Parks 3 years in a row thanks to Work Campers such as you keeping our facility running smooth and our customers happy. If this opportunity would work for you or if you have any further question please contact Nancy at 208- 983-0140. For photos and more information you can also visit our website at www.beardenrv.com

Immediate Opening For Camp Host At The Heyburn

Riverside RV Park In South Central Idaho

View the park and location by going to www.heyburn.id.gov and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on 'RV Park'. This is a small but quite busy park with 29 full service sites. Salary is 750.00 per month plus FHU. Call 208-312-9088 for job description and details. This job is open now through the last day of September.

Downata Hot Springs' RV Park Is Needing A Mature Camp

Host Couple In Idaho

Looking for a mature couple to be a camp host at Downata Hot Springs' RV Park in Downey, Idaho Duties would consist of checking in customers, helping guests, delivering firewood, cleaning restrooms, laundry and yard duties and maintenance. Campground Master software experience would be helpful. Job would go from May 1st to the middle of September. We have an RV for camp host or you can bring your own. Utilities and pad rent included in Salary. Visit our website at www.downatahotsprings.com For more information send email to darlene@downatahotsprings.com

Wagonhammer RV Park & Campground Is Seeking A Work

Camper Couple In Idaho

Lady - assists in office and shop Gentleman - yard work and maintenance, parking of guests For further detail call 208 865 2477 and ask for Shirley Please check our web site at www.wagonhammercampground.com for further description of our park.

100 Acre Wood Lodge is Looking for a Work Camper Couple

in Idaho

We have a log lodge on the Idaho / Montana border in central Idaho. We are looking for a couple for a volunteer position for 40 hrs(20 each) a week in return for hook up. Please no kids or pets. Duties would be: Grounds keeping Light maintenance House keeping Lodge sitting & check in Misc.chores Guest activities Enjoying the mountains & area Your spot would be right on our 2 acre lake. We are very easy going and very flexible on hrs. Visit our website at www.100acrewoodlodge.com Email us at acrewood@centurytel.net or call Jon at 208-865-2165

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.
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