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Poachers Cove Is Looking For Camp Host Beginning May 1, Kenai River,

Soldotna, Alaska

Camp Manager/Host Job Description: 1. Utilizing a volunteer group, help with opening and closing Poachers Cove annually, May 1 to Oct 1. 2. Volunteer coordinator to accomplish various Poachers Cove work projects. 3. Arrange for delivery/removal of portapotty and restart/end trash services with local vendors currently under contract with Poachers Cove. 4. 4Monitor pump house. 5. Flush pressure tanks. 6. Maintain fish cleaning areas: a. Daily clean fish cleaning tables b. Check and empty garbage can c. Keep ready stock on hand of boards, brushes and refill large bottle with cleaner, for users. 7. Responsible for getting grass mowed in drain fields, as needed. 8. Keep paper trail of Cove property loaned out (compressor, tools, water valve key, etc). 9. Pick up and deliver leases to Residents for lots on Poachers Cove. 10. Responsible for helping to maintain common areas: front entrance, boatyard, parking areas, and Poachers Cove Park. 11. Receive complaints and work closely with PCOA Board to resolve. 12. Become knowledgeable of and apply Poachers Cove rules and Bylaws. 13. Use assigned cell phone for Poachers Cove business, May thru Sep, annually. 14. Hand out flyers to Poachers Cove Residents. 15. Other duties as determined. Qualifications For Camp Host: 1. Seasonal employment at Poachers Cove, Soldotna, Alaska. Present onsite from April 30th thru October 2nd, for annual open and close of Poachers Cove. 2. Ability to work and communicate well with others. 3. Must possess a valid driver’s license. 4. Supports Poachers Cove policies, Kenai River Center rules and Alaska Department of Fish and Game regulations. 5. Must have suitable personal accommodations, such as a personal motor home or travel trailer. 6. Computer skills sufficient to develop methods to track and issue leases, boatyard sites, property loan outs and lock access fobs. 7. Sufficient handyman skills to handle minor problems. Position Benefits: 1. Access to world-class fishing on the famous Kenai River 2. Use of two on-site fish cleaning stations 3. Location to launch and load personal boat 4. Possible use of boat slip 5. Free on-site slot for personal motor home or travel trailer (free water, sewer, trash) 6. Good wages, in accordance with experience 7. Reimbursable Poachers Cove-related business expenses 8. Hours will vary, but should have plenty of time to enjoy the Kenai River and surrounding areas If interested send email to Goodloewj@gmail.com

City of Seward Municipal Campgrounds Is Looking For A Volunteer

Campground Host In Alaska

As a Volunteer campground hosts, you serve as the department’s on-site representative. You ensure that campers have an amazing experience throughout their stay by providing exceptional customer service, including checking campers in, acting as a local informational guide, and maintaining facilities. You monitor the premises, inform guests of campground rules and regulations, and report violations to Seward Parks & Recreation (SPR) staff and/or the Seward Police Department (SPD). Benefits Free assigned campsite in one of our beautiful campgrounds! $2/day per host (max 2). Paid monthly upon receipt of invoice. Alternatively, $50 bonus for submitting 1 invoice for the whole summer. Duties & Responsibilities: Host Time Commitment: Minimum must be available 24 hours to 35 per hours per week for at least 1 month, including most weekends and all holidays. Work period is June 1 – September 15. Create a welcoming environment by assisting campers with check-in, e.g., locating a site. Provide campers information about the local area and connect them to relevant resources. Check, clean, and restock campground facilities. Report maintenance issues. Post your on-site availability publicly and be available as posted. Notify SPR staff of significant issues, e.g., safety, security, maintenance, complaints, etc. Inform visitors of rules and regulations. Report violations to SPR staff and/or the SPD. Maintain an alcohol- free campsite, per campgrounds regulations and City Code. Schedule: Morning (8AMish) Afternoon (2PMish) and Evening (8PMish) patrol- Conduct walk through of campground. Pick up trash around campsites, picnic tables and fire rings. Check bathrooms and perform spot clean. Report maintenance issues. Be available to answer questions, give directions, and assist campers. Document work hours and submit to SPR staff. In the event of an afterhours issue, e.g., unruly guest, contact the Seward Police Department. Issued Equipment: Free assigned campsite Duty hat and shirt or sweater Host Sign Informational handouts for guests How to Apply: Visit https://www.cityofseward.us/departments/parks-recreation/campgrounds/campground-host and fill out the Host Application. Email completed and signed application to awillhite@cityofseward.net

Chugach National Forest Is Looking For Campground Hosts For Mid May Thru

September 2021 $$

Various campgrounds available along the Alaska Kenai Pennisula, must have own RV (no tents) campsite provided and pay varies depending on the campground $1800-$400 per month Our fantastic Campground Hosts work in the campground assisting with the reservation system, selling camping permits and providing customer service to our visitors. You also serve as eyes and ears for USFS personnel in their assigned campground. The satisfaction of helping both the National Forest and its visitors is the Campground Host’s greatest reward. By their presence, Hosts minimize vandalism thereby saving the taxpayer many dollars in upkeep and property damage. There is no substitute for the personal touch that makes a camper feel welcome and, “at home.” Who else can inform a visitor when and where the fish bite best? Campground Hosts meet visitors from all walks of life, and often, fellow campers become lasting friends. Many Campground Hosts and campers return to the same campground year after year, sharing stories of new grandchildren, winter activities, and old memories Duties vary, but can be a combination of the following: Live at the campground from mid-May through September Ability to work well with, and report to, company management Offer information and explain regulations, such as fee system and campground rules Verify campers have purchased their site and filled out the proper fee envelope Educate campers about campground rules and the protection of natural resources Communicate potential or actual problems to USFS personnel. Maintain and clean campsites, restrooms and day use areas daily Must provide own living quarters, in a hard-sided vehicle such as a trailer or RV Willingness to help with light maintenance Answer visitor questions and provide them with excellent customer service Assist with the campground reservation system Distribute and collect camper comment cards or surveys Participate in interpretive programs and maintaining message centers and bulletin boards Please send a brief resume, type of RV and phone number to ARMKenai@gmail.com Aerin Gaines 907-854-3219 Janice McCurtain 907-441-2567 Website Alaskarm.com

Northern Nights Campground RV Park & Cabins Is Looking For 2021 RV Park

Host Teams In Glennallen, Alaska

Copper River Country – Glennallen, Alaska: The Northern Nights Campground RV Park & Cabins is 3/10 of a mile west of the intersection of the Glenn Highway (Highway 1) and Richardson Highway (Highway 4). We are the first RV Park that travelers will encounter on Highway #1 west of the Richardson Highway #4. We will be celebrating our 32 nd year of operation and are known for our family friendly campground/RV Park. We are open (weather permitting) May 15-September 30. We offer 24 RV sites; 5 tent sites; and 2 duplex-style log cabins with shared bathroom facilities. Our RV sites are wooded with picnic tables, fire-rings, 30 AMP electric, and water with at-site sewer hook-up for five (5) back-in sites; a main sewer dump station; bathhouse, restrooms and free WIFI. The National Park Service Visitor’s Center for the Wrangell St. Elias National Park & Preserve (the largest in North America) is just a 10 minute drive from our location along with World famous salmon fishing on the Klutina River and Gulkana Rivers as well as the Copper River and Chitina River! We are searching for an experienced host team (couples or singles) who are willing to commit to 40 hours a week (each) with occasional overtime to assist the owners in the operation of this Campground/ RV Park. We desire workers who are seeking an Alaskan adventure and who have an entrepreneurial spirit. In particular workers with “front” office experience who excel at customer service; who interact with the public in a professional manner and who are well organized with a positive attitude are our criteria. The “back” office duties include light maintenance such as minor carpentry, painting, and electrical, plumbing and emergency repairs. This also entails performing the daily housekeeping of the restrooms; shower house; cabins; and grounds clean-up. Also assisting in the seasonal opening and closing of the facilities. We also require that one of the Camp host team members have dessert food preparation experience in the preparation and baking of pies, cobbler and cake. Due to the Covid-19 regulations in 2020, we were unable to offer this amenity. However the “Dessert Night” is a highlight of our Campground/RV Park of which we hope to restart in 2021. We typically offer this amenity from mid-June through August. Website www.northernnightscampground.com Email Tazlinamarc@yahoo.com

Ninilchik River State Rec Area Is Looking For Park Hosts For Several

Campgrounds In Alaska $$

Ninilchik and Clam Gulch are located on Alaska’s beautiful Kenai Peninsula, which is nick named “Alaska’s Playground” for a good reason. Alaska State Parks is currently recruiting park hosts at Deep Creek Beach, Ninilchik View, Ninilchik River, and Clam Gulch Campgrounds. These campgrounds offer access to Cook Inlet beaches and amazing views of volcanoes across the Inlet. They are also popular areas for salmon and trout fishing in the streams, halibut fishing in the Inlet, and wildlife viewing. Park hosts must be courteous, customer oriented, friendly and able to get along with many different personalities. A park host will be expected to spend most of their time outdoors performing a variety of tasks including; greeting visitors and providing public information, cleaning latrines, picking up litter, and lawn maintenance. Park hosts live in their campground of responsibility and must have a self-contained recreational vehicle. Some of our campgrounds offer no additional amenities apart from latrines and hand water pumps. A generator if often available, but not guaranteed in these parks. Some of the campgrounds offer water and electric at the park host site. All hosts have access to an offsite shower and laundry facility in Ninilchik, as well as trash services and an RV dump site. These are volunteer positions which offer a $400 stipend per couple or individual. Additionally, we are recruiting a maintenance volunteer, which would be responsible for a variety of maintenance tasks such as land scaping, painting, and minor repairs to picnic tables and signs. For any questions regarding these positions contact Ranger Melissa Smith at melissa.smith@alaska.gov . Applications can be filled out online at http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/vip/hostlist.htm .

Homestead Outside Of Fairbanks, Alaska Is Looking For A Handy Worker $$

We have a homestead just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. Looking for an adventurous and handy worker who enjoys off the grid living and is a handy type Lots of junk, and treasures , too, that need sorting and organizing. A few cabins needs painting , windows put in or repaired, trails made and cleaned, firewood cut, and much, much more. Requirements are self sufficiency, self starter, and an enjoyment of the woods. Good until about mid October, depending on weather. Could be year round, if the person is OK with off grid living. $10 per hour, if you have an RV or OK with camping. A dry cabin might be available for a modest fee. Hours very flexible. More of an adventure than a job. A good way of enjoying Alaska and making a little money, too. Send email to gerryleeo@yahoo.com

Alaska State Fair Camping Is Looking For An Event Campground Host At The

Alaska State Fair

Oversee camping area on the fairgrounds from May 15 to August 1. Payment is use of a campsite, water, electric, and free dumping service. Must: Have good customer service skills Be able to reside in campground area for the duration and be able to work most weekends and all holidays. Be able to work outside in all weather conditions. Have a good knowledge of the surrounding area and points of interest. Duties include: Greet and assist visitors in locating vacant sites, Answer visitor questions, distribute maps and copies of regulations, Perform light maintenance work around the campground area such as litter pickup, emptying trash cans and washing tables. Keeping a written report of complaints, compliments and criticism of park amenities. Reporting any maintenance items requiring immediate attention to Fair staff. Experience preferred, not necessary. Please complete the Online Application https://www.alaskastatefair.org/site/job-application/ or download the Application http://www.alaskastatefair.org/site/wp- content/uploads/2016/03/Alaska-State-Fair-Employment-Application.pdf and mail/deliver to 2075 Glenn Hwy, Palmer Alaska 99645, fax 907.746.2699. Attn: Campground

Alaska State Parks Has Camp Host Positions Open In The Kenai/ Prince William

Sound Area $$

We are needing Camp Host for 3 locations: Deep Creek Beach Alaska Ninilchik Scenic Overlook Clam Gulch State Rec Area Camp hosts are responsible for cleaning outhouse, picking up trash, light vegetation maintenance, and interacting with the tourists. Position offers $400/month, off site laundry, showers, fridge, and freezer (space is limited). Some sites have electric and or water. If interested, please visit http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/vip/hostlist.htm . Fill out online application and select Deep Creek Beach, Clam Gulch, or Ninilchik campground in the Kenai/Prince William Sound Area. For more info feel free to contact Jason.Okuly@Alaska.gov

Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry (MATI),Is Looking For Work

Campers In Wasilla, Alaska

Spend the summer in South-Central Alaska. Wasilla is middle ground to explore either north to Denali or south to the Kenai Peninsula. The Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry (MATI) offers excellent insight into the "REAL" Alaska. MATI has been in existence since 1967 and is a 501c3. The museum is open from Mother's Day to Labor Day, but some flexibility is possible. We are looking for Workers On Wheels RVers to work in the gift shop and help with yard work. A schedule of four days working and four days off allows the working-RVer-team plenty of time to visit Alaska. This is a non paid position in exchange you will receive water, electricity, sewer dump and unlimited data WIFI. Shower and kitchen available inside of museum. Contact Sherry by email at Mati@mtaonline.net .

Clearwater State Recreation Area Is Needing A Work Camper Host In Alaska $$

Big Dipper Adventures, LLC is the concessionaire responsible for the management of the Clearwater State Recreation Area near Delta Junction. The Delta Clearwater River is a world renowned Arctic Grayling fishery and a fly fisherman's dream. The Clearwater River provides access to the Tanana and Goodpastor Rivers. A day float from the campground to Clearwater Lake or even further to the Tanana River is popular. The campground has 15 sites and a boat launch. Shower and laundry facilities are located right next door at the newly constructed Clearwater Lodge. In exchange for 30 hours per week, camp hosts are provided a camp site, free access to all parks and boat launches managed by Big Dipper Adventures, and a stipend of $100/week. Send email to akfarmgirl1@gmail.com

Delta State Recreation Site Is Need A Park Host In Alaska (RV Optional)$$

Big Dipper Adventures, LLC is the park concessionaire managing Delta State Recreation Site in Delta Junction. The campground provides 12 sites, two toilets, covered day use picnic shelter, and public cabin. An airstrip adjacent to the park allows for fly-in camping. In exchange for 30 hours per week, camp hosts will receive a camp site or use of the cabin, free access to all parks and boat launches operated by Big Dipper Adventures, and a stipend of $100/week. Send email to akfarmgirl1@gmail.com

Donnelly Creek State Recreation Site Is Looking For Hosts In Alaska (RV

Optional)$$

Big Dipper Adventures, LLC is the park concessionaire for Donnelly Creek State Recreation Site, located 32 miles south of Delta Junction. This secluded wilderness campground has 12 sites, a public use cabin, and two restrooms. Enjoy spectacular views of the Alaska Range, hike and pick berries along the Delta River, and view wildlife such as lynx, beaver, moose, caribou, and bison. Additional trails and recreation opportunities are only a short drive in either direction. In exchange for 30 hours per week, camp hosts receive either a camp site or use of the cabin, access to all parks and boat launches managed by Big Dipper Adventures, and a stipend of $100/week. Send email to akfarmgirl1@gmail.com

Settler's Cove State Recreation Site Is Looking For Campground Host In Alaska

Settler's Cove is a small 14 site campground, public use cabin and day use area, located 18 miles north of Ketchikan, Alaska. The park is nestled in a cove along an ocean passage and surrounded by large trees of the temperate rainforest. There is good fishing, whale watching, beachcombing and fabulous kayaking. The area has an abundance of Sitka black-tailed deer, and several miles of forested trail to hike. We are needing campground hosts, couples preferred. Host Duties: Welcome campers and day users to acquaint them with the park area and facility Informing visitors of the park regulations, policies, fee requirements, as well as local and statewide attractions Check and occasionally clean the Public Use Cabin Inform visitors of the importance of keeping a clean camp site to deter bear activity; deter vandalism/criminal mischief Contact the appropriate law enforcement or EMS agency for emergencies Inform the area ranger of any problems. Assist the area park staff with the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the area facilities. Special Projects: May assist, or provide interpretive/educational programs and/or special events authorized by staff. Assist with minor improvements as time and materials are available. Amenities: Log cabin, minimal furniture and utensils. Propane heat and stove/oven; electric refrigerator. Propane, electricity, phone and small subsistence payment provided. Other services located in Ketchikan. Season: 8-10 weeks per summer period; 5/1 - 7/15 and/or 7/16 - 9/30; and winter caretaker, 10/1 - 4/30 all winter preferred, but will split for 3.5 months each. Contact: Mary Kowalczyk email: Mary.Kowalczyk@alaska.gov

Chicken Gold Camp Is Looking For Work Camping Couple For The Summer In

Alaska

Chicken Gold Camp RV Park in Chicken, Alaska is looking for a couple with good people skills to work with our team in all phases of campground and recreational gold mining operation. Duties include registration and retail, maintenance, cleaning, and helping with recreational gold mining. Chicken Gold CampCouple works 3-4 days/week (8am - 6pm with an hour lunch...basically rotating 3 day and 4 day weeks) in exchange for a 20 amp electric site with free water and RV dumps, laundry privileges, recreational mining privileges, store discount and salary. June 1 to Sept 10. Friendly and flexible. For more information visit our website at http://chickengold.com Our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/chickengoldcamp/. Send resume and inquiries to chickengoldcamp@gmail.com.

Camp Host Needed at Nemo Campsite, Wrangell Island, Alaska

Looking for a campground host at our Nemo Campsite. The Wrangell Ranger District is in SE Alaska on Wrangell Island and it is only accessible by ferry or air. My contact information is as follows: Randy Griffith 907 874-7560 Camp Host Needed At Totem Bight Day Use Park Totem Bight day use park is located 10 miles north of Ketchikan. The park is dedicated to the Southeast Alaskan native culture, displaying the art and architecture of the late 19th century. The park exhibits 14 totem poles and a clanhouse, hand-crafted by Native carvers in the area. A short self guided trail winds through the rainforest to the totemic display facing an ocean passage. Commercially guided tours from the cruise ships frequent the park. Applicants must have their own RV. Some travel assistance provided. Couples preferred. Job includes providing visitor information, services and educational sales material at the nonprofit Alaska Geographic Association bookstore; garden and grounds maintenance; daily opening and closing of the historic building on site, and possibly provide weekly guided tour of the park. Amenities include subsistence payment which may include propane cost, electricity provided. Caretaker RV site is located next to the beach, facing the west with beautiful sunsets. 2 mile bike trail nearby. Services located in Ketchikan. Dates needed 5/1 - 9/30, 8 - 10 weeks. See http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/vip/index.htm for more information. Applications can be mailed to Mary.Kowalczyk@alaska.gov.

Alaska Tour Jobs

Princess Cruises and Holland America Line offer a wide-variety of spectacular land and sea experiences. With a combined 15 ships sailing to Alaska each summer, five wilderness lodges, a fleet of luxury motor coaches and the largest domed rail cars in the world; they offer both luxury and adventure that is truly unmatched. Princess Cruises and Holland America Line offer competitive wages for summer jobs in Alaska and Seattle. Wages vary depending on your position, level of experience, and additional qualifications. The Alaska, Seattle, and Vancouver seasons run from early May through late September. To begin your Alaskan adventure, please visit us at http://www.alaskatourjobs.com/.

Rivers Edge Resort

During the summer season (May-Oct), River's Edge Resort will employ between 100 and 110 full- and part-time staff in all departments. Visit our website at www.riversedge.net and click on the jobs link at the top of the page for more information.

Katmailand, Inc.

Offering summer job opportunities in Katmai National Park, Alaska. Seasonal job openings include a wide variety of positions that require skills in fish guiding, maintenance, and hospitality. We seek skillful, high energy, people-oriented staff persons for unique, group, Eco-tourism-based travel. The seasonal jobs run from late May through mid September or into part of October. Visit our website at www.katmailand.com and look for the link to the jobs information at the bottom of the page.

Millers Landing

We offer competitive wages throughout the company. Because of our very intense and busy summer season, many positions require overtime. All employees hired could be asked to work overtime. Campground and land based positions are paid on an hourly rate with the average work week between 40 and 60 hours. Marine positions aboard our fishing and water taxi boats are based on a daily wage. Most marine schedules are an eight to ten hour day and a rotating five to six day work week. Kayak guides/instructors are paid on a per trip basis. Supervisory positions are available to the qualified 2nd year employee. The Alaska tourist season is May through September. In your leisure time there is an amazing variety of outdoor activities to take advantage of including hiking, camping, fishing, wildlife viewing and much more. Visit our employment page at www.millerslandingak.com for more information. You will find the link to the jobs information at the bottom the the web page.

Alaska Wildland Adventures

Offering Alaska summer jobs on the Kenai Peninsula and in Denali National Park. These seasonal jobs are based on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula and include positions that require skills and experience in the following fields: natural history interpretation; guiding; outdoor leadership and recreation; fish guiding; rafting; maintenance; and/or hospitality. Employment for these seasonal jobs runs from mid-May through mid-September. However, the dates of employment vary slightly with each location. Some of the summer jobs may have flexible start and end dates, but applicants who are available for a full season of summer employment are preferred (May 15 to Sept. 15). See our jobs page at www.awasummerjobs.com for more information.

Denali RV Park & Motel

We have job openings if you have an RV. Employees must have their own RV because area housing is scarce in the summer. You'll have a scenic view that multi-millionaires would envy. Plus you'll escape the heat in the lower 48 while having the summer of your life! Visit our website at www.denalirvpark.com for more information.

Alaska Travel Adventures Employment

Visit our webpage at www.alaskaadventures.com for jobs information.

Beach Roadhouse

A job in paradise is still serious work and requires a commitment. Our summer season is mid April through October. Team members are expected to commit to a full-season. The hiring process starts in mid-April and will continue throughout the season as jobs become available. Visit our website at www.beachroadhouse.com and look for the link to the summer jobs information at the bottom of the web page.

Clover Pass Resort

Looking for excitement and adventure this summer? You may want to consider seasonal employment in Ketchikan. Nestled in Alaska’s famous Inside Passage, Ketchikan’s protected waters and rich forests provide fantastic fishing, wildlife, recreation and breath-taking beauty. Just think of it; getting paid while you enjoy and experience America’s last frontier. Clover Pass Resort has many seasonal employment opportunities. Expect to work hard when your working and play hard when your not (well you will have to allow for some time to rest and prepare for the next week). But there is no doubt, spending the summer in Alaska will be an experience of a life time. Maybe you can qualify to be a member of our team. Following are some details about what we have to offer, including the necessary skills and expectations associated with each position: SEASON: Our season runs from the first of June through the end of September. Although we have a limited amount of flexibility, whether or not you can commit to staying the entire season will weigh heavily on our consideration for employment. SCHEDULE: Your work schedule will generally be determined by the number of guests we have at the resort in any given week. Applicants should expect to work five or six days per week, with work days generally lasting between 7-10 hours each. OPPORTUNITIES: We will be hiring approximately 20 seasonal employees this summer. Visit our employment page by clicking here.
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Poachers Cove

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Poachers Cove Is Looking For Camp

Host Beginning May 1, Kenai River,

Soldotna, Alaska

Camp Manager/Host Job Description: 1. Utilizing a volunteer group, help with opening and closing Poachers Cove annually, May 1 to Oct 1. 2. Volunteer coordinator to accomplish various Poachers Cove work projects. 3. Arrange for delivery/removal of portapotty and restart/end trash services with local vendors currently under contract with Poachers Cove. 4. 4Monitor pump house. 5. Flush pressure tanks. 6. Maintain fish cleaning areas: a. Daily clean fish cleaning tables b. Check and empty garbage can c. Keep ready stock on hand of boards, brushes and refill large bottle with cleaner, for users. 7. Responsible for getting grass mowed in drain fields, as needed. 8. Keep paper trail of Cove property loaned out (compressor, tools, water valve key, etc). 9. Pick up and deliver leases to Residents for lots on Poachers Cove. 10. Responsible for helping to maintain common areas: front entrance, boatyard, parking areas, and Poachers Cove Park. 11. Receive complaints and work closely with PCOA Board to resolve. 12. Become knowledgeable of and apply Poachers Cove rules and Bylaws. 13. Use assigned cell phone for Poachers Cove business, May thru Sep, annually. 14. Hand out flyers to Poachers Cove Residents. 15. Other duties as determined. Qualifications For Camp Host: 1. Seasonal employment at Poachers Cove, Soldotna, Alaska. Present onsite from April 30th thru October 2nd, for annual open and close of Poachers Cove. 2. Ability to work and communicate well with others. 3. Must possess a valid driver’s license. 4. Supports Poachers Cove policies, Kenai River Center rules and Alaska Department of Fish and Game regulations. 5. Must have suitable personal accommodations, such as a personal motor home or travel trailer. 6. Computer skills sufficient to develop methods to track and issue leases, boatyard sites, property loan outs and lock access fobs. 7. Sufficient handyman skills to handle minor problems. Position Benefits: 1. Access to world-class fishing on the famous Kenai River 2. Use of two on-site fish cleaning stations 3. Location to launch and load personal boat 4. Possible use of boat slip 5. Free on-site slot for personal motor home or travel trailer (free water, sewer, trash) 6. Good wages, in accordance with experience 7. Reimbursable Poachers Cove-related business expenses 8. Hours will vary, but should have plenty of time to enjoy the Kenai River and surrounding areas If interested send email to Goodloewj@gmail.com

City of Seward Municipal Campgrounds

Is Looking For A Volunteer

Campground Host In Alaska

As a Volunteer campground hosts, you serve as the department’s on-site representative. You ensure that campers have an amazing experience throughout their stay by providing exceptional customer service, including checking campers in, acting as a local informational guide, and maintaining facilities. You monitor the premises, inform guests of campground rules and regulations, and report violations to Seward Parks & Recreation (SPR) staff and/or the Seward Police Department (SPD). Benefits Free assigned campsite in one of our beautiful campgrounds! $2/day per host (max 2). Paid monthly upon receipt of invoice. Alternatively, $50 bonus for submitting 1 invoice for the whole summer. Duties & Responsibilities: Host Time Commitment: Minimum must be available 24 hours to 35 per hours per week for at least 1 month, including most weekends and all holidays. Work period is June 1 – September 15. Create a welcoming environment by assisting campers with check-in, e.g., locating a site. Provide campers information about the local area and connect them to relevant resources. Check, clean, and restock campground facilities. Report maintenance issues. Post your on-site availability publicly and be available as posted. Notify SPR staff of significant issues, e.g., safety, security, maintenance, complaints, etc. Inform visitors of rules and regulations. Report violations to SPR staff and/or the SPD. Maintain an alcohol- free campsite, per campgrounds regulations and City Code. Schedule: Morning (8AMish) Afternoon (2PMish) and Evening (8PMish) patrol- Conduct walk through of campground. Pick up trash around campsites, picnic tables and fire rings. Check bathrooms and perform spot clean. Report maintenance issues. Be available to answer questions, give directions, and assist campers. Document work hours and submit to SPR staff. In the event of an afterhours issue, e.g., unruly guest, contact the Seward Police Department. Issued Equipment: Free assigned campsite Duty hat and shirt or sweater Host Sign Informational handouts for guests How to Apply: Visit https://www.cityofseward.us/departments/parks- recreation/campgrounds/campground-host and fill out the Host Application. Email completed and signed application to awillhite@cityofseward.net

Chugach National Forest Is Looking For Campground Hosts

For Mid May Thru September 2021 $$

Various campgrounds available along the Alaska Kenai Pennisula, must have own RV (no tents) campsite provided and pay varies depending on the campground $1800-$400 per month Our fantastic Campground Hosts work in the campground assisting with the reservation system, selling camping permits and providing customer service to our visitors. You also serve as eyes and ears for USFS personnel in their assigned campground. The satisfaction of helping both the National Forest and its visitors is the Campground Host’s greatest reward. By their presence, Hosts minimize vandalism thereby saving the taxpayer many dollars in upkeep and property damage. There is no substitute for the personal touch that makes a camper feel welcome and, “at home.” Who else can inform a visitor when and where the fish bite best? Campground Hosts meet visitors from all walks of life, and often, fellow campers become lasting friends. Many Campground Hosts and campers return to the same campground year after year, sharing stories of new grandchildren, winter activities, and old memories Duties vary, but can be a combination of the following: Live at the campground from mid-May through September Ability to work well with, and report to, company management Offer information and explain regulations, such as fee system and campground rules Verify campers have purchased their site and filled out the proper fee envelope Educate campers about campground rules and the protection of natural resources Communicate potential or actual problems to USFS personnel. Maintain and clean campsites, restrooms and day use areas daily Must provide own living quarters, in a hard-sided vehicle such as a trailer or RV Willingness to help with light maintenance Answer visitor questions and provide them with excellent customer service Assist with the campground reservation system Distribute and collect camper comment cards or surveys Participate in interpretive programs and maintaining message centers and bulletin boards Please send a brief resume, type of RV and phone number to ARMKenai@gmail.com Aerin Gaines 907-854-3219 Janice McCurtain 907-441-2567 Website Alaskarm.com

Northern Nights Campground RV Park & Cabins Is Looking

For 2021 RV Park Host Teams In Glennallen, Alaska

Copper River Country – Glennallen, Alaska: The Northern Nights Campground RV Park & Cabins is 3/10 of a mile west of the intersection of the Glenn Highway (Highway 1) and Richardson Highway (Highway 4). We are the first RV Park that travelers will encounter on Highway #1 west of the Richardson Highway #4. We will be celebrating our 32 nd year of operation and are known for our family friendly campground/RV Park. We are open (weather permitting) May 15-September 30. We offer 24 RV sites; 5 tent sites; and 2 duplex-style log cabins with shared bathroom facilities. Our RV sites are wooded with picnic tables, fire-rings, 30 AMP electric, and water with at-site sewer hook-up for five (5) back-in sites; a main sewer dump station; bathhouse, restrooms and free WIFI. The National Park Service Visitor’s Center for the Wrangell St. Elias National Park & Preserve (the largest in North America) is just a 10 minute drive from our location along with World famous salmon fishing on the Klutina River and Gulkana Rivers as well as the Copper River and Chitina River! We are searching for an experienced host team (couples or singles) who are willing to commit to 40 hours a week (each) with occasional overtime to assist the owners in the operation of this Campground/ RV Park. We desire workers who are seeking an Alaskan adventure and who have an entrepreneurial spirit. In particular workers with “front” office experience who excel at customer service; who interact with the public in a professional manner and who are well organized with a positive attitude are our criteria. The “back” office duties include light maintenance such as minor carpentry, painting, and electrical, plumbing and emergency repairs. This also entails performing the daily housekeeping of the restrooms; shower house; cabins; and grounds clean-up. Also assisting in the seasonal opening and closing of the facilities. We also require that one of the Camp host team members have dessert food preparation experience in the preparation and baking of pies, cobbler and cake. Due to the Covid-19 regulations in 2020, we were unable to offer this amenity. However the “Dessert Night” is a highlight of our Campground/RV Park of which we hope to restart in 2021. We typically offer this amenity from mid-June through August. Website www.northernnightscampground.com Email Tazlinamarc@yahoo.com

Ninilchik River State Rec Area Is Looking For Park Hosts For

Several Campgrounds In Alaska $$

Ninilchik and Clam Gulch are located on Alaska’s beautiful Kenai Peninsula, which is nick named “Alaska’s Playground” for a good reason. Alaska State Parks is currently recruiting park hosts at Deep Creek Beach, Ninilchik View, Ninilchik River, and Clam Gulch Campgrounds. These campgrounds offer access to Cook Inlet beaches and amazing views of volcanoes across the Inlet. They are also popular areas for salmon and trout fishing in the streams, halibut fishing in the Inlet, and wildlife viewing. Park hosts must be courteous, customer oriented, friendly and able to get along with many different personalities. A park host will be expected to spend most of their time outdoors performing a variety of tasks including; greeting visitors and providing public information, cleaning latrines, picking up litter, and lawn maintenance. Park hosts live in their campground of responsibility and must have a self- contained recreational vehicle. Some of our campgrounds offer no additional amenities apart from latrines and hand water pumps. A generator if often available, but not guaranteed in these parks. Some of the campgrounds offer water and electric at the park host site. All hosts have access to an offsite shower and laundry facility in Ninilchik, as well as trash services and an RV dump site. These are volunteer positions which offer a $400 stipend per couple or individual. Additionally, we are recruiting a maintenance volunteer, which would be responsible for a variety of maintenance tasks such as land scaping, painting, and minor repairs to picnic tables and signs. For any questions regarding these positions contact Ranger Melissa Smith at melissa.smith@alaska.gov . Applications can be filled out online at http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/vip/hostlist.htm .

Homestead Outside Of Fairbanks, Alaska Is Looking For A

Handy Worker $$

We have a homestead just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. Looking for an adventurous and handy worker who enjoys off the grid living and is a handy type Lots of junk, and treasures , too, that need sorting and organizing. A few cabins needs painting , windows put in or repaired, trails made and cleaned, firewood cut, and much, much more. Requirements are self sufficiency, self starter, and an enjoyment of the woods. Good until about mid October, depending on weather. Could be year round, if the person is OK with off grid living. $10 per hour, if you have an RV or OK with camping. A dry cabin might be available for a modest fee. Hours very flexible. More of an adventure than a job. A good way of enjoying Alaska and making a little money, too. Send email to gerryleeo@yahoo.com

Alaska State Fair Camping Is Looking For An Event

Campground Host At The Alaska State Fair

Oversee camping area on the fairgrounds from May 15 to August 1. Payment is use of a campsite, water, electric, and free dumping service. Must: Have good customer service skills Be able to reside in campground area for the duration and be able to work most weekends and all holidays. Be able to work outside in all weather conditions. Have a good knowledge of the surrounding area and points of interest. Duties include: Greet and assist visitors in locating vacant sites, Answer visitor questions, distribute maps and copies of regulations, Perform light maintenance work around the campground area such as litter pickup, emptying trash cans and washing tables. Keeping a written report of complaints, compliments and criticism of park amenities. Reporting any maintenance items requiring immediate attention to Fair staff. Experience preferred, not necessary. Please complete the Online Application https://www.alaskastatefair.org/site/job-application/ or download the Application http://www.alaskastatefair.org/site/wp- content/uploads/2016/03/Alaska-State-Fair-Employment-Application.pdf and mail/deliver to 2075 Glenn Hwy, Palmer Alaska 99645, fax 907.746.2699. Attn: Campground

Alaska State Parks Has Camp Host Positions Open In The

Kenai/ Prince William Sound Area $$

We are needing Camp Host for 3 locations: Deep Creek Beach Alaska Ninilchik Scenic Overlook Clam Gulch State Rec Area Camp hosts are responsible for cleaning outhouse, picking up trash, light vegetation maintenance, and interacting with the tourists. Position offers $400/month, off site laundry, showers, fridge, and freezer (space is limited). Some sites have electric and or water. If interested, please visit http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/vip/hostlist.htm . Fill out online application and select Deep Creek Beach, Clam Gulch, or Ninilchik campground in the Kenai/Prince William Sound Area. For more info feel free to contact Jason.Okuly@Alaska.gov

Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry (MATI),Is

Looking For Work Campers In Wasilla, Alaska

Spend the summer in South-Central Alaska. Wasilla is middle ground to explore either north to Denali or south to the Kenai Peninsula. The Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry (MATI) offers excellent insight into the "REAL" Alaska. MATI has been in existence since 1967 and is a 501c3. The museum is open from Mother's Day to Labor Day, but some flexibility is possible. We are looking for Workers On Wheels RVers to work in the gift shop and help with yard work. A schedule of four days working and four days off allows the working-RVer-team plenty of time to visit Alaska. This is a non paid position in exchange you will receive water, electricity, sewer dump and unlimited data WIFI. Shower and kitchen available inside of museum. Contact Sherry by email at Mati@mtaonline.net .

Clearwater State Recreation Area Is Needing A Work Camper

Host In Alaska $$

Big Dipper Adventures, LLC is the concessionaire responsible for the management of the Clearwater State Recreation Area near Delta Junction. The Delta Clearwater River is a world renowned Arctic Grayling fishery and a fly fisherman's dream. The Clearwater River provides access to the Tanana and Goodpastor Rivers. A day float from the campground to Clearwater Lake or even further to the Tanana River is popular. The campground has 15 sites and a boat launch. Shower and laundry facilities are located right next door at the newly constructed Clearwater Lodge. In exchange for 30 hours per week, camp hosts are provided a camp site, free access to all parks and boat launches managed by Big Dipper Adventures, and a stipend of $100/week. Send email to akfarmgirl1@gmail.com

Delta State Recreation Site Is Need A Park Host In Alaska (RV

Optional)$$

Big Dipper Adventures, LLC is the park concessionaire managing Delta State Recreation Site in Delta Junction. The campground provides 12 sites, two toilets, covered day use picnic shelter, and public cabin. An airstrip adjacent to the park allows for fly-in camping. In exchange for 30 hours per week, camp hosts will receive a camp site or use of the cabin, free access to all parks and boat launches operated by Big Dipper Adventures, and a stipend of $100/week. Send email to akfarmgirl1@gmail.com

Donnelly Creek State Recreation Site Is Looking For Hosts In

Alaska (RV Optional)$$

Big Dipper Adventures, LLC is the park concessionaire for Donnelly Creek State Recreation Site, located 32 miles south of Delta Junction. This secluded wilderness campground has 12 sites, a public use cabin, and two restrooms. Enjoy spectacular views of the Alaska Range, hike and pick berries along the Delta River, and view wildlife such as lynx, beaver, moose, caribou, and bison. Additional trails and recreation opportunities are only a short drive in either direction. In exchange for 30 hours per week, camp hosts receive either a camp site or use of the cabin, access to all parks and boat launches managed by Big Dipper Adventures, and a stipend of $100/week. Send email to akfarmgirl1@gmail.com

Settler's Cove State Recreation Site Is Looking For

Campground Host In Alaska

Settler's Cove is a small 14 site campground, public use cabin and day use area, located 18 miles north of Ketchikan, Alaska. The park is nestled in a cove along an ocean passage and surrounded by large trees of the temperate rainforest. There is good fishing, whale watching, beachcombing and fabulous kayaking. The area has an abundance of Sitka black-tailed deer, and several miles of forested trail to hike. We are needing campground hosts, couples preferred. Host Duties: Welcome campers and day users to acquaint them with the park area and facility Informing visitors of the park regulations, policies, fee requirements, as well as local and statewide attractions Check and occasionally clean the Public Use Cabin Inform visitors of the importance of keeping a clean camp site to deter bear activity; deter vandalism/criminal mischief Contact the appropriate law enforcement or EMS agency for emergencies Inform the area ranger of any problems. Assist the area park staff with the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the area facilities. Special Projects: May assist, or provide interpretive/educational programs and/or special events authorized by staff. Assist with minor improvements as time and materials are available. Amenities: Log cabin, minimal furniture and utensils. Propane heat and stove/oven; electric refrigerator. Propane, electricity, phone and small subsistence payment provided. Other services located in Ketchikan. Season: 8-10 weeks per summer period; 5/1 - 7/15 and/or 7/16 - 9/30; and winter caretaker, 10/1 - 4/30 all winter preferred, but will split for 3.5 months each. Contact: Mary Kowalczyk email: Mary.Kowalczyk@alaska.gov

Chicken Gold Camp Is Looking For Work Camping Couple

For The Summer In Alaska

Chicken Gold Camp RV Park in Chicken, Alaska is looking for a couple with good people skills to work with our team in all phases of campground and recreational gold mining operation. Duties include registration and retail, maintenance, cleaning, and helping with recreational gold mining. Chicken Gold CampCouple works 3-4 days/week (8am - 6pm with an hour lunch...basically rotating 3 day and 4 day weeks) in exchange for a 20 amp electric site with free water and RV dumps, laundry privileges, recreational mining privileges, store discount and salary. June 1 to Sept 10. Friendly and flexible. For more information visit our website at http://chickengold.com Our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/chickengoldcamp/. Send resume and inquiries to chickengoldcamp@gmail.com.

Camp Host Needed at Nemo Campsite, Wrangell Island,

Alaska

Looking for a campground host at our Nemo Campsite. The Wrangell Ranger District is in SE Alaska on Wrangell Island and it is only accessible by ferry or air. My contact information is as follows: Randy Griffith 907 874-7560 Camp Host Needed At Totem Bight Day Use Park Totem Bight day use park is located 10 miles north of Ketchikan. The park is dedicated to the Southeast Alaskan native culture, displaying the art and architecture of the late 19th century. The park exhibits 14 totem poles and a clanhouse, hand-crafted by Native carvers in the area. A short self guided trail winds through the rainforest to the totemic display facing an ocean passage. Commercially guided tours from the cruise ships frequent the park. Applicants must have their own RV. Some travel assistance provided. Couples preferred. Job includes providing visitor information, services and educational sales material at the nonprofit Alaska Geographic Association bookstore; garden and grounds maintenance; daily opening and closing of the historic building on site, and possibly provide weekly guided tour of the park. Amenities include subsistence payment which may include propane cost, electricity provided. Caretaker RV site is located next to the beach, facing the west with beautiful sunsets. 2 mile bike trail nearby. Services located in Ketchikan. Dates needed 5/1 - 9/30, 8 - 10 weeks. See http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/vip/index.htm for more information. Applications can be mailed to Mary.Kowalczyk@alaska.gov.

Alaska Tour Jobs

Princess Cruises and Holland America Line offer a wide-variety of spectacular land and sea experiences. With a combined 15 ships sailing to Alaska each summer, five wilderness lodges, a fleet of luxury motor coaches and the largest domed rail cars in the world; they offer both luxury and adventure that is truly unmatched. Princess Cruises and Holland America Line offer competitive wages for summer jobs in Alaska and Seattle. Wages vary depending on your position, level of experience, and additional qualifications. The Alaska, Seattle, and Vancouver seasons run from early May through late September. To begin your Alaskan adventure, please visit us at http://www.alaskatourjobs.com/.

Rivers Edge Resort

During the summer season (May-Oct), River's Edge Resort will employ between 100 and 110 full- and part-time staff in all departments. Visit our website at www.riversedge.net and click on the jobs link at the top of the page for more information.

Katmailand, Inc.

Offering summer job opportunities in Katmai National Park, Alaska. Seasonal job openings include a wide variety of positions that require skills in fish guiding, maintenance, and hospitality. We seek skillful, high energy, people-oriented staff persons for unique, group, Eco-tourism-based travel. The seasonal jobs run from late May through mid September or into part of October. Visit our website at www.katmailand.com and look for the link to the jobs information at the bottom of the page.

Millers Landing

We offer competitive wages throughout the company. Because of our very intense and busy summer season, many positions require overtime. All employees hired could be asked to work overtime. Campground and land based positions are paid on an hourly rate with the average work week between 40 and 60 hours. Marine positions aboard our fishing and water taxi boats are based on a daily wage. Most marine schedules are an eight to ten hour day and a rotating five to six day work week. Kayak guides/instructors are paid on a per trip basis. Supervisory positions are available to the qualified 2nd year employee. The Alaska tourist season is May through September. In your leisure time there is an amazing variety of outdoor activities to take advantage of including hiking, camping, fishing, wildlife viewing and much more. Visit our employment page at www.millerslandingak.com for more information. You will find the link to the jobs information at the bottom the the web page.

Alaska Wildland Adventures

Offering Alaska summer jobs on the Kenai Peninsula and in Denali National Park. These seasonal jobs are based on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula and include positions that require skills and experience in the following fields: natural history interpretation; guiding; outdoor leadership and recreation; fish guiding; rafting; maintenance; and/or hospitality. Employment for these seasonal jobs runs from mid-May through mid-September. However, the dates of employment vary slightly with each location. Some of the summer jobs may have flexible start and end dates, but applicants who are available for a full season of summer employment are preferred (May 15 to Sept. 15). See our jobs page at www.awasummerjobs.com for more information.

Denali RV Park & Motel

We have job openings if you have an RV. Employees must have their own RV because area housing is scarce in the summer. You'll have a scenic view that multi-millionaires would envy. Plus you'll escape the heat in the lower 48 while having the summer of your life! Visit our website at www.denalirvpark.com for more information.

Alaska Travel Adventures Employment

Visit our webpage at www.alaskaadventures.com for jobs information.

Beach Roadhouse

A job in paradise is still serious work and requires a commitment. Our summer season is mid April through October. Team members are expected to commit to a full-season. The hiring process starts in mid-April and will continue throughout the season as jobs become available. Visit our website at www.beachroadhouse.com and look for the link to the summer jobs information at the bottom of the web page.

Clover Pass Resort

Looking for excitement and adventure this summer? You may want to consider seasonal employment in Ketchikan. Nestled in Alaska’s famous Inside Passage, Ketchikan’s protected waters and rich forests provide fantastic fishing, wildlife, recreation and breath-taking beauty. Just think of it; getting paid while you enjoy and experience America’s last frontier. Clover Pass Resort has many seasonal employment opportunities. Expect to work hard when your working and play hard when your not (well you will have to allow for some time to rest and prepare for the next week). But there is no doubt, spending the summer in Alaska will be an experience of a life time. Maybe you can qualify to be a member of our team. Following are some details about what we have to offer, including the necessary skills and expectations associated with each position: SEASON: Our season runs from the first of June through the end of September. Although we have a limited amount of flexibility, whether or not you can commit to staying the entire season will weigh heavily on our consideration for employment. SCHEDULE: Your work schedule will generally be determined by the number of guests we have at the resort in any given week. Applicants should expect to work five or six days per week, with work days generally lasting between 7-10 hours each. OPPORTUNITIES: We will be hiring approximately 20 seasonal employees this summer. Visit our employment page by clicking here.
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