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Countryside RV Park Is Looking For Spring And Summer Camp Hosts In Florida

Countryside RV Park is looking for camp hosts for the upcoming Spring and summer season. We have lots of activities such as bingo, pot luck dinners, sing a longs, crafts, breakfast, exercise , yoga, meditation, shuffle board tournaments, horse shoe tournaments, etc. This is a rent free for the months you are here and you pay your own electric. There isn't hourly pay for this host position. Please only send resumes and picture of your rig to csrvflorida@gmail.com . I will not be taking calls for position until after I have reviewed your resume and your other information. This park is a 55 plus park and doesn't accept couples with children. Sorry. Check out our parks web https://countrysidervparkfl.com

Tractor Operator Needed At The University Of Florida's Ordway-Swisher

Biological Station, Starting May 2020

Live and work on a 9,500 acre forest located near Melrose, FL. Three month stay required, starting May 2020. Two 8-hour days per week. Duties will include various land management tasks, however the primary task for this position will be mowing forest roads using a tractor and bush hog mower. Tractor and bush hog experience required. This is an unpaid position. Full hook-ups provided. Shaded and secluded cement pad sites. Send resume to: nburmester@ufl.edu Website https://ordway-swisher.ufl.edu/

Dusty Trails, A Senior Labrador Retrievers Rescue Is Looking For Work Campers

In Florida

Dusty Trails rescues and provides forever homes for senior Labrador Retrievers (and one wonderful old hound dog). We are a 501c3, strictly volunteer organization. We are located on 7.5 wooded acres in the Florida panhandle about 40 minutes from the beautiful beaches of Panama City. We have two full hookup RV sites with 50 amp service to each. We provide the site in exchange for help taking care and loving these wonderful old souls. A normal day includes two feedings a day, making sure that water bowls are clean and full, a little cleanup of their areas and at times some light maintenance. We are growing and there are tons of projects to be done if someone wants to help out but that is not a requirement of the position. The main qualifications that we need are compassion and a love for old dogs. Ideally we would like to find an active retired couple that are interested in settling in long term but will consider all dog lovers. Your dogs are welcome of course and you will even have your own fenced in yard. If you are interested in helping us to love and care for these wonderful old souls please contact us. You can reach us by phone at 850-441-2000, By email at georgia@dustytrails.org Visit our website at http://www.dustytrails.org

Hidden River Resort Is An 88 Acre Clothing Optional Park, Looking For A Single

Or Couple On The Fla/Ga Line

We are located on the Fla/Ga line just north of Macclenny, Fla. Positions includes grounds maintenance such as mowing, pool and bathhouse care, and some light housekeeping. Some knowledge of plumbing and electrical would be helpful. Applicants should understand the job is for spring and summer and indefinitely if the person so desires. The temperatures will be high in summer. Pets are allowed unless they are aggressive breeds. Verison is the only carrier that works here. No WIFI is available. There is no bar, restaurant or laundry facilities on the premises - it is a nature park. Full hookup is offered in exchange for 25 hours weekly. Please contact Billie: 912-843-2603 Visit our website at www.hiddenriverresort.com

Jonathan Dickinson State Park Is Looking For Campground Hosts April - July, In

Florida

How would YOU like to spend some time in sunny Arizona at the Five Time medium sized AZ ARVC Park of the Year? "How can we do that?" you ask? It's easier than you may think. Have you been waiting to find that perfect job? Are you a fan of the stars? Are you a people person? Do you like to clean? How about maintenance, is that your thing? Butterfield RV Resort in Benson, Arizona is currently looking for someone to fill the following couple positions for the summer season (April 1 – October 1, 2020): VOLUNTEER OR COUPLE – Schedule will be Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday from 8am- 2pm VOLUNTEERS OR COUPLES – Schedules will be 4 consecutive days from 8am-2pm, and each volunteer/couple will be scheduled either Thursday through Sunday or Sunday through Wednesday to assure double coverage on Sunday, which is traditionally the busiest day for check-out VOLUNTEERS OR COUPLES two volunteers/couples will be scheduled on Friday through Monday from 8am-2pm, while the other volunteer/couple will work from 8am-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. This will be the preferred schedule during season, when peak visitation occurs in the Park. Physical Critera Cleaning restrooms and campsites can be very physically demanding. Volunteers must be able to: Bend and kneel on a regular basis Lift and carry up to 30 pounds Wear proper personal protective (i.e. gloves, eye protection, etc.) equipment without encumbrances Communicate effectively over phones and park radios Assignments and Responsibilities Campground Hosts will be responsible for cleaning their assigned campground bathhouse(s) each morning of duty between the hours of 9:30 am and 2:00 pm, unless they can be cleaned before 7:30 am without disturbing the campers. In order to best accommodate the park visitors, campground bathhouses are not to be closed for cleaning between 7:30 am and 9:30 am, except as may be required by exigent circumstances. Detailed standards and procedures for facility maintenance, including restroom and bathhouse cleaning and campsite cleaning, may be found in the Operations Manual (OM) ch15, sec. 4. Standards particular to Jonathan Dickinson State Park will be demonstrated during routine on-the- job training. Florida Park Service standards for Campground Hosts include, Campground Hosts are responsible for the following: Provide public relations and information, Be available in the campground on a regular schedule for a minimum of three hours each day and four nights per week, Monitor activities in the campground and notify park staff when action is required (this responsibility requires a great deal of discretion so as not to make other campers feel uncomfortable), Maintain campground facilities and sites to Florida Park Service standards and Report deficiencies in the campground to park staff for corrective action. Each host will be given a written list of responsibilities and standards of performance. Routine daily procedure in the cleaning operation will increase efficiency and tend to decrease the possibility of oversight of areas to be cleaned. The following procedure will normally accomplish the entire cleaning job with a minimum of time and effort. o Pick up waste paper and empty waste containers. o Dust window sills, walls, rafters, louvers and other surfaces, remove cobwebs/insect nests from interior and exterior walls o Wash walls, doors and compartments with a cloth or sponge, saturated with a general purpose detergent solution, making a special effort to remove all graffiti. The use of a mild abrasive powdered cleanser may be necessary to remove difficult stains. All surfaces should be rinsed to remove cleaning agent sediments. Spot cleaning of these surfaces should be done on a daily basis and the entire room washed in this manner at least bi- monthly. o Wash windows and mirrors using clear water and cloth. Dry with clean cloth. o The cleaning of toilet bowls and urinals is the most important job in the restroom. Special attention is to be given these fixtures. Using a toilet brush, johnny mop, cloth or sponge, and an approved bowl cleaner/disinfectant, thoroughly clean the interior making sure to clean the surfaces under the lip of the bowl or urinal and at the waterline. The occasional use of a mild abrasive powdered cleanser on a johnny mop, cloth or sponge may be necessary to remove stubborn stains. Rinse and flush the unit. The exterior surfaces and seats should then be washed with a general purpose detergent solution, rinsed and dried with a clean cloth. o Urinals and toilets will have encrustation form in fixture traps, under toilet flush rings, and behind urinal lips on the top, sides and bottom. Weekly inspection of these areas with a small hand held mirror will ensure they are being cleaned thoroughly. Encrustations are a major source of offensive odor in restrooms. To avoid this problem, the cleaning frequency with a bowl cleaner will be established so these fixtures are odor free at all times. o Carefully wash exposed surfaces of the lavatories or wash basins using a general purpose detergent//disinfectant and a cloth or sponge. Rinse and dry with a clean cloth. The occasional use of a powdered cleanser may be necessary to remove stains. o All faucets, flush valves and other polished metal surfaces should be washed and dried. Wiping these surfaces with a treated cloth once a week will inhibit the formation of corrosion. o All floor drains should be flushed with a bucket of water or hose at weekly intervals. Floor drain covers should be removed regularly and cleaned. o All paper dispensing units should be checked and filled daily or more often as required. o Check and fill soap dispensers daily or as required by use. o The entire floor area should be mopped with a detergent solution daily. An occasional scrubbing with a deck brush may be required to remove stubborn dirt. o Light fixtures should be cleaned on a regular basis and burned out bulbs replaced at once. o Window screens should be cleaned regularly o Additionally, all campground bathhouses have a waterless urinal in the men’s side, which must be cleaned and maintained following special procedures. Chemical cleaners must not be used in these urinals; the inside may be cleaned with water and a johnny mop; germicidal cleaner MAY be used sparingly on the outside ONLY. Consult the manuals located in the pipe chase of each bathhouse for further maintenance instructions. o Also, take care to not push down the white drain strainer/plug in the bottom of the urinal; it slides up and down rather easily, and should not be inadvertently pushed down while cleaning. Inspection - Inspect and clean campsites and area tables, grills, and electric and water service; check for safety and serviceability. Make minor repairs as possible; notify a staff member or the Assistant Park Manager of other problems as necessary. Notify the first available staff person immediately of any safety problems. Site Checks - Site checks will be done twice daily on each day of duty. Site check lists should be picked up from the Ranger Station by 8:00 am for the morning check. The primary responsibility of the morning check is to check that listed empty sites are indeed empty. An afternoon check should be done between 12:30 pm and 1:00 pm to ensure departing guests have checked out and sites are ready for arrivals. Patrol - Patrol the assigned area each day of duty. On this patrol, Hosts should familiarize themselves with other campers, condition of the campsites, possible behavior problems, and any safety issues. This is the opportunity to promote the public service image of the Florida Park Service by showing hospitality, answering questions, and providing information concerning the Park and the surrounding community. Vehicle Usage - Volunteers will perform daily Preventative Maintenance (PM) checks on any state vehicles they use, as directed by the Maintenance Mechanic or the Assistant Park Manager, including but not limited to checking the engine oil level. Volunteers are also responsible for accurate daily completion of the Daily Vehicle Log and for completion of fuel records. Send email to kirrin.peart@dep.state.fl.us Visit our website at https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/jonathan-dickinson-state-park

Trails End RV Park Is Currently Seeking To Fill Three Work Camper Positions

April Through November 2020 In Florida

Applicants must be willing to commit to at least one month. In exchange for 25 hours of work, you will be compensated a site that will include water, sewer and electric. Duties to include general grounds maintenance, cleaning of the bath house, helping with guest checkins and light office work. Additional carpentry, electrical and plumbing work may be available for additional income for the right candidate. Our 67 acre park currently with 33 sites and expanding is located on the Withlachoochee River in floral City Florida. Centrally located in Florida for day trips to explore the state. Please visit our website at RVparkFL.com for more information about our park. All interested applicants please respond by email to RVparkFL@gmail.com

Palm View Gardens RV Resort Is Looking For A Weekend Worker Team In

Florida

Weekend worker team needed in exchange for lot rent and utilities. Various duties including escorting RV's to their site, Fill Propane, grounds maintenance. Other person to do office. Campground Master knowledge a plus. Hours for both would be Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm. Sunday 12:00p.m. - 5:00pm. Holidays as needed. Positions are immediate and thru April. Please reply to: palmviewgardens@rvresorts.com Ichetucknee Springs Campground Is Looking For A Retired Couple To Manage Campground In Florida We are looking for a retired couple to manage the campground in exchange for a free 30amp Campsite, Laundry and use of Tubes, Canoe's or Kayaks. The job would be, Making reservations, Cleaning, gardening and other odd jobs. We are next to Ichetucknee Springs State Park. We have 20 acres of wooded campsites. We rent tubes, kayaks and Canoe's to go down the Ichetucknee springs river. Please see our Website Ichetuckneespringscampground.com and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ichetucknee/ . If interested, please call Summer at 409-761-0717 or email summerinbaja@yahoo.com

Fiddlers Green RV and Horse Park Is Now Looking For A Host Camper(s) Starting

November In Florida

New opening of 25 rv site adjoining the Ocala National Forest in central Florida about 40 miles north of Orlando. Looking for Host Camper to anchor the guest welcome and operational aspects including 2 beautiful villas as well as the rv sites. A couple is also welcome to apply and experience with horses is a plus as we have a barn and arenas where guests can bring their horses and ride the 100 miles of forest trails. Ocala Forest offers fishing, hunting and springs to swim in. Nearby are small towns with antique shopping, restaurants and water activities. Applicant must be sober, reliable and have excellent people skills. There is some general maintenance involved based on skills usual to rv park. Starts November and goes through April. Call Jim Barnard 352-516-9635 for initial phone interview and more detailed information.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Is Seeking Volunteers For

Our Hunter Check Station At Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area

Volunteers needed to the end of April 2020. In exchange for working a maximum of 32 hours per week, volunteers will receive a beautiful RV site with hook ups for electricity, water, and sewer. We are located in central Florida in Osceola County just south of Orlando. Nearby towns include St. Cloud (25 miles), Kissimmee (35 miles), Orlando (50 miles), and Melbourne (50 miles). We are an hour drive from Disney World, Universal Studios, theme parks, and beaches. The area is remote, so if you enjoy the outdoors, a rural lifestyle, and outdoor recreation such as hunting and fishing, you are probably well-suited for the position. Volunteers' primary duties will be to monitor recreational use of the management area, provide info to the public, and collect biological data. This includes keeping count of hunters and other recreational users, checking licenses and permits, and taking measurements and data of harvested animals. No previous experience is required, and training will be provided by area biologists. However, if hunting is bjectionable to you, or if you are reluctant to handle dead animals, then you should not apply. In addition to work at the check station, volunteers may assist with facility maintenance, data entry, and other tasks as needed. We request a maximum of 32 hour of work per week, but it will likely be less than that if we can fill all volunteer positions. Days of the week worked are somewhat flexible. The heaviest use of the management area is September-December, and consequently, some preference may be given to people who can arrive early in the season and/or those that can stay the entire season. If you are interested, please send an email to Conor.Egan@MyFWC.com . https://myfwc.com/recreation/lead/three-lakes/

Alliance Hill RV Resort Is Looking For A Work Camping Couple In Florida

We are needing a personable energetic couple to camp host a very nice 14 pad small campground. Duties include: Keep the clubhouse clean grounds maintenance greeting and parking arriving guests Need someone smart, personable, energetic and capable of working without constant supervision. This is a very nice clean pretty park. A nice place to live and work with pleasant people.. Call me. Glenn. 850-545-4928 Visit our website at https://www.alliancehillrv.com/

Three Rivers State Park Is Seeking Both Resident Campground Hosts And

Resident Maintenance Volunteers In Florida

Three Rivers State Park in quiet Sneads, Florida is seeking resident volunteers willing to contribute 20 hours per week for a minimum of 1 month and maximum of 4 months in exchange for a campsite this summer and winter. All sites are equipped with water, 30 & 50 amp electric and sewer hook-up and lake views. Come experience some of the best freshwater fishing in the state on Lake Seminole! Boating, wildlife viewing and relaxation are some of the activities you can enjoy during your stay at Three Rivers State Park. Campground Host: As a Campground Host, you will maintain sites and assist campers in our 31 site campground. There is one rustic rental cabin which will need to be cleaned as needed. Hosts will also work in the camper registration office collecting fees and greeting park guests. Campground maintenance will include cleaning fire rings, empty campsites, restroom cleaning and mowing. Hosts also answer camper questions and provide assistance when necessary. All training is provided upon arrival as well as uniform shirts. Resident Maintenance Volunteers: Maintenance volunteers shall assist park staff with ongoing projects, trail maintenance, mowing, weedeating, cleaning facilities, trash pickup, tractor and heavy equipment operation, vehicle and small engine maintenance, construction and repairs, plumbing and electrical, fencing and other maintenance-oriented tasks. Volunteer will also be required to assist park visitors when needed and assist the campground hosts when needed. All training and uniforms will be provided upon arrival. These positions go fast, so call or go online to put in your application! Come experience and enjoy the best of Northwest Florida! Applicants will be required to create a Florida State Parks volunteer profile at https://volunteers.floridastateparks.org

His Promises Peaceful Habitation Ranch Is Looking For An Active Retired

Married Couple In Florida

We are looking for an active retired married couple - spirit-filled! To live on the ranch. The RV lot has 50amp hookup with high speed internet, laundry available, septic, fresh organic eggs and produce as available from the large garden. The ranch is located 30 minutes East of Sarasota and Bradenton, Florida - far enough away to enjoy the peace and quite of the country yet near enough if you’d like to go Ito town to shop or go to dinner. In return for your RV lot and adjacent yard, 15 hours of work per week per person living on the land is required. The maximum hours per day is 3 - so that the work is spread over the week. The type of tasks to be done include lawn mowing on a cool zero turn mower, feeding the livestock including cows and goats, cleaning the chicken coop, managing the garden - planting and tending to the vegetables, pruning and fertilizing fruits trees, taking out the trash to the road, small maintenance projects, etc. Electric is available for $70-100 per month depending on how much you utilize your air conditioning. We will consider one small (15 lbs or less) well behaved dog to join you. Background check is required. You would need to be on the land - as caretakers - and the expectation is that you would be a consistent presence and not park your rig here and leave for a few weeks and come back. It also would not work if you have full time job in town and then try to fulfill the work requirement in one day. Just sayin’….so that you know ahead of time what is expected. The people who are happiest here have been collecting a pension, or social security, or work remotely and just love the rural life and go into town every few days or once a week. This opportunity is not suitable for children who would be living with you. Visits from grandchildren are of course welcome. The minimum stay is 1 year. Send Email to daniel@wreranch.com for more information.

Lake Letta RV Park Is A 55+ Park Looking For A Work Camper In Avon Park,

Florida

We are looking for a work camper for Summer help or you can stay year-round if you wish. The job is a variety of duties. Can be an individual (20 hours weekly) or couple (10 hours each weekly). Compensation is FHU (electric included), WI-FI, and laundry. Lake Letta RV Park is a 55+ rv park located in Avon Park, Florida. Please send resume to info@lakelettarv.com Visit our website at www.lakelettarv.com

Palm View Gardens RV Resort Is Looking For A Experienced Maintenance

Supervisor In Florida $$

Experienced Maintenance Supervisor needed to oversee and work with crew in mowing and weed whacking lawns, Read electric meters, Repair of water leaks, Fill propane tanks, Pool Maintenance, Golf cart maintenance, Repairs on Corp owned units, and various other jobs that arise. On call for emergencies. Please email resume with salary required to: palmviewgardens@rvresorts.com

Florida Grande Motor Coach Resort Is Looking For A Work Camping Couple

Spend the summer in sunnly Florida! We are a premier motor coach resort nestled in the heart of Central Florida. Easy access to Orlando attractions and both the Atlantic and Gulf coast beaches. Looking for a couple April through October to handle pool and clubhouse maintenance along with some office duties. Receive a premium site and electric paid up to $200 per month in return for 24 hours per week. Please contact Cathy Kimball, Resort Manager at: floridagrandeowners@gmail.com Class A coaches only. Visit our Website at floridagrande.com Welaka Lodge & Resort Is Looking For Seasonal Workampers Beginning Early Spring In Florida Would you like to spend time on the St. John’s River in a peaceful setting where you can boat, fish, kayak, canoe, bird watch, hike or simply relax and enjoy beautiful sunsets? Welaka Lodge is a very small “Old Florida” style resort in natural surroundings with a pool, 8 upscale cottages & 18 RV sites in the small rural town of Welaka. This seasonal workamper position will be from early spring until the first week of November and will include housekeeping, maintenance, pool and grounds keeping duties. Those applying for the housekeeping position should have an eye for detail and exceptional cleaning skills. Both parties should be in good health with no physical limitations. Since we only require 20 hours of work per couple, you’ll have lots of time for fun activities. In addition to the river, you’ll be less than an hour from great beaches, historic Old St. Augustine, Marineland, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park & lots of other attractions! Summers are pretty warm here, but we have a beautiful pool that’s cooled in the summer and heated in the winter, so it’s always comfortable. We are a friendly ‘community’ here at Welaka Lodge. On Thursday nights, we have a Pizza/pot luck night at the pool bar area. Many nights during the cooler months are spent around our large community campfire and during summer, we enjoy the pool together. In exchange for the 20 hours, we offer a 50 amp full hookup site with wi-fi. You’ll also receive reduced food and beverage rates at our onsite Boathouse Dock Bar. Schedules are made every Friday for the upcoming week based on the number of cottages to be cleaned, so there are not set work days. Some weeks we work fewer hours & others more, but work hours would average 20 hours per week per couple. We try to schedule couples together at least one day, but it is not always possible. Please note that with the exception of tips received, we do not offer monetary compensation. In addition to our seasonal bar, there is another restaurant in Welaka within walking distance. A Dollar General Store is located right in town and Walmart, Lowe’s, major grocery stores etc. are 20- 35 minutes from us. Check out our website www.welakalodge.com for pictures and location and tripadvisor.com to see what our guests say about us. If you like what you see, send an email with your qualifications and a picture of yourself and your RV to info@welakalodge.com , Attention: Becky. Be sure to include approximate arrival and departure dates. We prefer emails over phone calls for the initial contact please.

RV Force Is Looking To Hire More RV Techs For Florida $$

We're looking to hire more RV techs for Florida (southern area) and also Myrtle Beach and possible other states on the Eastern seaboard. RVForce is rapidly expanding. Expected job duties include canvassing when not on scheduled jobs and providing RV service when dispatched. Calls come into our toll free line and we dispatch them to our technicians. Technicians are provided a company van, iPad, Clover device for credit card processing as well as materials to provide while canvassing (business cards, flyers, etc.) Compensation is hourly and will depend on technician experience which will be discussed during the interview process. Technicians typically work 40 hours a week, sometimes more if jobs come in after hours or when a job runs long. We run background checks on all our technicians for safety reasons for our customers. Please e-mail me at jstokes@rvforce.com . You can find out more about our company at www.RVForce.com

Henderson Beach State Park Is Needing Someone To Work In Hot Sunny

Weather In Florida

Come work with our Rangers to keep our day use area safe, clean and inviting for visitors. This position is demanding, working in the hot sun, but in a beautiful setting working at the beach. 2 days on and 4 days off, alternating with other host. You must be able to work in hot, sunny weather, use a gas-powered leaf blower and be able to operate an all-wheel drive vehicle or ATV. Position is 20 hrs/wk, campsite with water and electrical is available. Dump station is available nearby. Apply online at https://volunteers.floridastateparks.org/ . Select the "Applications" drop down menu located in the top left-hand corner of the page. Select the application that applies to you. Fill out the application accordingly. User name must be an email address. Password must be at least 5 characters long. In the "Location" drop down menu select the park(s) you would like to volunteer at. When the application is completed please contact the park(s) that you selected and ask for the volunteer coordinator to inform them of your completed application and interest in volunteering. For more information please contact volunteer coordinator, Evan.Waters@dep.state.fl.us or (850) 650-5928

Christian Family Campground Is Looking For A Work Camping Couple In Florida

We are 240 acre Boys Ranch and wildlife preserve located on a 4,000 acre Lake Yale with a mile of waterfront in Umatilla ,Lake County Fl 30 mi north of Orlando and south of the Ocala forest. Its spring and all four of our vagabond volunteers have left for the season. We are a private non profit Boys Ranch and opening our facilities as the Christian Family Campground. We have a camp director that are working with AirBNB and a wonderful couple in their rv and a veteran that is helping to maintain the property and help with cleaning, fixing donated motorhomes, cars, boats, and helping with the 5 tenants renting month to month. We need one more individual or couple to stay with us and provide some general assistance in all areas including mowing with our o turn, maintaining the boats, and helping with donations. We can provide a nice hook up in exchange for part time help. Also opportunities to earn extra money working with the donations. We are www.DadsforBoys.org celebrating our 28th year offering free programs to the Fatherless and single mothers. Safe, peaceful, quiet enviroment. For details please give a call. John Pyle Founder 352-255-3590

Suwannee River Hideaway Campground Is Looking For Work Camping Couples

Starting April In Florida

We are a quiet, beautiful, nature-based campground. We are located on the historic Suwannee River in Old Town, Florida, just 12 miles North of Chiefland, 3 miles South of 19/98 in Old Town.  Hidden off of the highway so you do not see or hear the passing traffic and all you will hear at night are the owls. We are the home of the famous 1500 ft. boardwalk.   We are looking for work camping couples for April 1st – October 1st, year-round is also a possibility for the right couple, in exchange for a FHU site and electric. Please email your resume’ to camping@riverhideaway.com .

Sunset King RV Resort Is Looking For A Grounds Keeper In Florida

Sunset King RV Resort is looking to hire a work camper for a grounds keeping position. Must be a team player. Mowing, weedeating, tree trimming are all in the job description. Also, helping around the park with maintenance projects would be a plus. Call Paul Davis, 850-892-7229. FHU for the right person.

Ichetucknee Springs State Park Is Looking For Resident Volunteers In Florida

Our Resident Volunteers Assist the Park Staff with Opening and Closing of Park Gates, Restroom and Grounds Maintenance Projects such as Facility upgrade or repair. and Event Assistance Operations for Event's Such as, Set Up and Break Down of Small Events, and Manning our Entrance Ranger Station. The position is a 20 hour a week,4 month Maximum Stay. Full hook ups Electric, Water, and Sewer, Call 386 497 4690 Ask for William, Or Email William.register@dep.state.fl.us Or go online and Apply @ https://volunteers.floridastateparks.org/pages/app:CAMPHOST Make sure to Pick Ichtucknee Springs State Park for you Application or we wont see it. The park is 2700 + acres of mostly wilderness with a crystal clear spring feed river running through feed by 13+ springs, and is a popular for swimming, kayaking, and for Memorial Day through Labor Day Extremely popular Tubing Destination. Were looking for Summer help but have other Openings as well Call or email and be the first to get a exclusive spot here helping and enjoying this beautiful river. Only 5 sites currently with a future 6th coming soon.

Integrity Resorts INC Is Looking For Work Campers In Florida

Integrity Resorts INC is looking for A RV Sales, RV Maintenance, Campground Management, Etc. with strong people skills. Duties involve parking campers, light maintenance,and basic office skills. Can work for free camping, electric, water and sewer. Willing to discuss hours and compensation. You must be able to furnish references. Send email to americasrv@gmail.com

Campground Host Position Available At Quiet Waters Park In Broward County,

Florida

This is a volunteer position with Broward County Parks and Recreation. Water is the focus of this 431.4-acre park, which includes the Splash Adventure water park, Ski Rixen USA cable water- skiing, and several lakes for fishing. For recreation on dry land, the park features Bike America bicycle rentals, mountain bike trails, basketball courts, and a campground with platform tents and tepees. Campground host duties include: Customer service for registered campers within campground area after park closing hours. Duties include, but are not limited to, welcoming campers, assisting with registration and late arrivals, explaining rules and regulations, event/program coordinator, and primary contact for campers’ questions and concerns when staff is unavailable. Hosts can assist on monitoring campgrounds and entrance gates on days parks are closed. Hosts may also be asked to assist in the park office; light maintenance within campground sites to include restroom cleaning, grills and fire rings, trash removal, campground inspection prior to and after rentals. Special skills such as carpentry, painting, and grounds keeping will be gratefully accepted. A minimum of 25 hours per week for an individual and 40 hours per week for a couple/family. A full RV hookup is available for the campground host. This is a great opportunity for individuals who are traveling on a budget and are planning on an extended stay in South Florida. This volunteer position provides a great venue to share your experience and creativity and to help develop camping-related outdoor activities and programs such as campfire storytelling, boating excursions, and fishing instruction. Help showcase what Broward County campgrounds and park facilities have to offer visitors and residents. Please contact the park office at 954-357-5100 x 0 or email quietwaterspark@broward.org for more information or to obtain a copy of the volunteer form. Visit our website by clicking here.
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Countryside RV Park Is Looking For

Spring And Summer Camp Hosts In

Florida

Countryside RV Park is looking for camp hosts for the upcoming Spring and summer season. We have lots of activities such as bingo, pot luck dinners, sing a longs, crafts, breakfast, exercise , yoga, meditation, shuffle board tournaments, horse shoe tournaments, etc. This is a rent free for the months you are here and you pay your own electric. There isn't hourly pay for this host position. Please only send resumes and picture of your rig to csrvflorida@gmail.com . I will not be taking calls for position until after I have reviewed your resume and your other information. This park is a 55 plus park and doesn't accept couples with children. Sorry. Check out our parks web https://countrysidervparkfl.com

Tractor Operator Needed At The

University Of Florida's Ordway-Swisher

Biological Station, Starting May 2020

Live and work on a 9,500 acre forest located near Melrose, FL. Three month stay required, starting May 2020. Two 8-hour days per week. Duties will include various land management tasks, however the primary task for this position will be mowing forest roads using a tractor and bush hog mower. Tractor and bush hog experience required. This is an unpaid position. Full hook-ups provided. Shaded and secluded cement pad sites. Send resume to: nburmester@ufl.edu Website https://ordway-swisher.ufl.edu/

Dusty Trails, A Senior Labrador

Retrievers Rescue Is Looking For Work

Campers In Florida

Dusty Trails rescues and provides forever homes for senior Labrador Retrievers (and one wonderful old hound dog). We are a 501c3, strictly volunteer organization. We are located on 7.5 wooded acres in the Florida panhandle about 40 minutes from the beautiful beaches of Panama City. We have two full hookup RV sites with 50 amp service to each. We provide the site in exchange for help taking care and loving these wonderful old souls. A normal day includes two feedings a day, making sure that water bowls are clean and full, a little cleanup of their areas and at times some light maintenance. We are growing and there are tons of projects to be done if someone wants to help out but that is not a requirement of the position. The main qualifications that we need are compassion and a love for old dogs. Ideally we would like to find an active retired couple that are interested in settling in long term but will consider all dog lovers. Your dogs are welcome of course and you will even have your own fenced in yard. If you are interested in helping us to love and care for these wonderful old souls please contact us. You can reach us by phone at 850- 441-2000, By email at georgia@dustytrails.org Visit our website at http://www.dustytrails.org

Hidden River Resort Is An 88 Acre

Clothing Optional Park, Looking For A

Single Or Couple On The Fla/Ga Line

We are located on the Fla/Ga line just north of Macclenny, Fla. Positions includes grounds maintenance such as mowing, pool and bathhouse care, and some light housekeeping. Some knowledge of plumbing and electrical would be helpful. Applicants should understand the job is for spring and summer and indefinitely if the person so desires. The temperatures will be high in summer. Pets are allowed unless they are aggressive breeds. Verison is the only carrier that works here. No WIFI is available. There is no bar, restaurant or laundry facilities on the premises - it is a nature park. Full hookup is offered in exchange for 25 hours weekly. Please contact Billie: 912-843-2603 Visit our website at www.hiddenriverresort.com

Jonathan Dickinson State Park Is Looking For Campground

Hosts April - July, In Florida

How would YOU like to spend some time in sunny Arizona at the Five Time medium sized AZ ARVC Park of the Year? "How can we do that?" you ask? It's easier than you may think. Have you been waiting to find that perfect job? Are you a fan of the stars? Are you a people person? Do you like to clean? How about maintenance, is that your thing? Butterfield RV Resort in Benson, Arizona is currently looking for someone to fill the following couple positions for the summer season (April 1 – October 1, 2020): VOLUNTEER OR COUPLE – Schedule will be Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday from 8am-2pm VOLUNTEERS OR COUPLES – Schedules will be 4 consecutive days from 8am-2pm, and each volunteer/couple will be scheduled either Thursday through Sunday or Sunday through Wednesday to assure double coverage on Sunday, which is traditionally the busiest day for check-out VOLUNTEERS OR COUPLES two volunteers/couples will be scheduled on Friday through Monday from 8am-2pm, while the other volunteer/couple will work from 8am-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. This will be the preferred schedule during season, when peak visitation occurs in the Park. Physical Critera Cleaning restrooms and campsites can be very physically demanding. Volunteers must be able to: Bend and kneel on a regular basis Lift and carry up to 30 pounds Wear proper personal protective (i.e. gloves, eye protection, etc.) equipment without encumbrances Communicate effectively over phones and park radios Assignments and Responsibilities Campground Hosts will be responsible for cleaning their assigned campground bathhouse(s) each morning of duty between the hours of 9:30 am and 2:00 pm, unless they can be cleaned before 7:30 am without disturbing the campers. In order to best accommodate the park visitors, campground bathhouses are not to be closed for cleaning between 7:30 am and 9:30 am, except as may be required by exigent circumstances. Detailed standards and procedures for facility maintenance, including restroom and bathhouse cleaning and campsite cleaning, may be found in the Operations Manual (OM) ch15, sec. 4. Standards particular to Jonathan Dickinson State Park will be demonstrated during routine on-the-job training. Florida Park Service standards for Campground Hosts include, Campground Hosts are responsible for the following: Provide public relations and information, Be available in the campground on a regular schedule for a minimum of three hours each day and four nights per week, Monitor activities in the campground and notify park staff when action is required (this responsibility requires a great deal of discretion so as not to make other campers feel uncomfortable), Maintain campground facilities and sites to Florida Park Service standards and Report deficiencies in the campground to park staff for corrective action. Each host will be given a written list of responsibilities and standards of performance. Routine daily procedure in the cleaning operation will increase efficiency and tend to decrease the possibility of oversight of areas to be cleaned. The following procedure will normally accomplish the entire cleaning job with a minimum of time and effort. o Pick up waste paper and empty waste containers. o Dust window sills, walls, rafters, louvers and other surfaces, remove cobwebs/insect nests from interior and exterior walls o Wash walls, doors and compartments with a cloth or sponge, saturated with a general purpose detergent solution, making a special effort to remove all graffiti. The use of a mild abrasive powdered cleanser may be necessary to remove difficult stains. All surfaces should be rinsed to remove cleaning agent sediments. Spot cleaning of these surfaces should be done on a daily basis and the entire room washed in this manner at least bi-monthly. o Wash windows and mirrors using clear water and cloth. Dry with clean cloth. o The cleaning of toilet bowls and urinals is the most important job in the restroom. Special attention is to be given these fixtures. Using a toilet brush, johnny mop, cloth or sponge, and an approved bowl cleaner/disinfectant, thoroughly clean the interior making sure to clean the surfaces under the lip of the bowl or urinal and at the waterline. The occasional use of a mild abrasive powdered cleanser on a johnny mop, cloth or sponge may be necessary to remove stubborn stains. Rinse and flush the unit. The exterior surfaces and seats should then be washed with a general purpose detergent solution, rinsed and dried with a clean cloth. o Urinals and toilets will have encrustation form in fixture traps, under toilet flush rings, and behind urinal lips on the top, sides and bottom. Weekly inspection of these areas with a small hand held mirror will ensure they are being cleaned thoroughly. Encrustations are a major source of offensive odor in restrooms. To avoid this problem, the cleaning frequency with a bowl cleaner will be established so these fixtures are odor free at all times. o Carefully wash exposed surfaces of the lavatories or wash basins using a general purpose detergent//disinfectant and a cloth or sponge. Rinse and dry with a clean cloth. The occasional use of a powdered cleanser may be necessary to remove stains. o All faucets, flush valves and other polished metal surfaces should be washed and dried. Wiping these surfaces with a treated cloth once a week will inhibit the formation of corrosion. o All floor drains should be flushed with a bucket of water or hose at weekly intervals. Floor drain covers should be removed regularly and cleaned. o All paper dispensing units should be checked and filled daily or more often as required. o Check and fill soap dispensers daily or as required by use. o The entire floor area should be mopped with a detergent solution daily. An occasional scrubbing with a deck brush may be required to remove stubborn dirt. o Light fixtures should be cleaned on a regular basis and burned out bulbs replaced at once. o Window screens should be cleaned regularly o Additionally, all campground bathhouses have a waterless urinal in the men’s side, which must be cleaned and maintained following special procedures. Chemical cleaners must not be used in these urinals; the inside may be cleaned with water and a johnny mop; germicidal cleaner MAY be used sparingly on the outside ONLY. Consult the manuals located in the pipe chase of each bathhouse for further maintenance instructions. o Also, take care to not push down the white drain strainer/plug in the bottom of the urinal; it slides up and down rather easily, and should not be inadvertently pushed down while cleaning. Inspection - Inspect and clean campsites and area tables, grills, and electric and water service; check for safety and serviceability. Make minor repairs as possible; notify a staff member or the Assistant Park Manager of other problems as necessary. Notify the first available staff person immediately of any safety problems. Site Checks - Site checks will be done twice daily on each day of duty. Site check lists should be picked up from the Ranger Station by 8:00 am for the morning check. The primary responsibility of the morning check is to check that listed empty sites are indeed empty. An afternoon check should be done between 12:30 pm and 1:00 pm to ensure departing guests have checked out and sites are ready for arrivals. Patrol - Patrol the assigned area each day of duty. On this patrol, Hosts should familiarize themselves with other campers, condition of the campsites, possible behavior problems, and any safety issues. This is the opportunity to promote the public service image of the Florida Park Service by showing hospitality, answering questions, and providing information concerning the Park and the surrounding community. Vehicle Usage - Volunteers will perform daily Preventative Maintenance (PM) checks on any state vehicles they use, as directed by the Maintenance Mechanic or the Assistant Park Manager, including but not limited to checking the engine oil level. Volunteers are also responsible for accurate daily completion of the Daily Vehicle Log and for completion of fuel records. Send email to kirrin.peart@dep.state.fl.us Visit our website at https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and- trails/jonathan-dickinson-state-park

Trails End RV Park Is Currently Seeking To Fill Three Work

Camper Positions April Through November 2020 In Florida

Applicants must be willing to commit to at least one month. In exchange for 25 hours of work, you will be compensated a site that will include water, sewer and electric. Duties to include general grounds maintenance, cleaning of the bath house, helping with guest checkins and light office work. Additional carpentry, electrical and plumbing work may be available for additional income for the right candidate. Our 67 acre park currently with 33 sites and expanding is located on the Withlachoochee River in floral City Florida. Centrally located in Florida for day trips to explore the state. Please visit our website at RVparkFL.com for more information about our park. All interested applicants please respond by email to RVparkFL@gmail.com

Palm View Gardens RV Resort Is Looking For A Weekend

Worker Team In Florida

Weekend worker team needed in exchange for lot rent and utilities. Various duties including escorting RV's to their site, Fill Propane, grounds maintenance. Other person to do office. Campground Master knowledge a plus. Hours for both would be Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm. Sunday 12:00p.m. - 5:00pm. Holidays as needed. Positions are immediate and thru April. Please reply to: palmviewgardens@rvresorts.com Ichetucknee Springs Campground Is Looking For A Retired Couple To Manage Campground In Florida We are looking for a retired couple to manage the campground in exchange for a free 30amp Campsite, Laundry and use of Tubes, Canoe's or Kayaks. The job would be, Making reservations, Cleaning, gardening and other odd jobs. We are next to Ichetucknee Springs State Park. We have 20 acres of wooded campsites. We rent tubes, kayaks and Canoe's to go down the Ichetucknee springs river. Please see our Website Ichetuckneespringscampground.com and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ichetucknee/ . If interested, please call Summer at 409-761-0717 or email summerinbaja@yahoo.com

Fiddlers Green RV and Horse Park Is Now Looking For A

Host Camper(s) Starting November In Florida

New opening of 25 rv site adjoining the Ocala National Forest in central Florida about 40 miles north of Orlando. Looking for Host Camper to anchor the guest welcome and operational aspects including 2 beautiful villas as well as the rv sites. A couple is also welcome to apply and experience with horses is a plus as we have a barn and arenas where guests can bring their horses and ride the 100 miles of forest trails. Ocala Forest offers fishing, hunting and springs to swim in. Nearby are small towns with antique shopping, restaurants and water activities. Applicant must be sober, reliable and have excellent people skills. There is some general maintenance involved based on skills usual to rv park. Starts November and goes through April. Call Jim Barnard 352-516-9635 for initial phone interview and more detailed information.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Is

Seeking Volunteers For Our Hunter Check Station At Three

Lakes Wildlife Management Area

Volunteers needed to the end of April 2020. In exchange for working a maximum of 32 hours per week, volunteers will receive a beautiful RV site with hook ups for electricity, water, and sewer. We are located in central Florida in Osceola County just south of Orlando. Nearby towns include St. Cloud (25 miles), Kissimmee (35 miles), Orlando (50 miles), and Melbourne (50 miles). We are an hour drive from Disney World, Universal Studios, theme parks, and beaches. The area is remote, so if you enjoy the outdoors, a rural lifestyle, and outdoor recreation such as hunting and fishing, you are probably well-suited for the position. Volunteers' primary duties will be to monitor recreational use of the management area, provide info to the public, and collect biological data. This includes keeping count of hunters and other recreational users, checking licenses and permits, and taking measurements and data of harvested animals. No previous experience is required, and training will be provided by area biologists. However, if hunting is bjectionable to you, or if you are reluctant to handle dead animals, then you should not apply. In addition to work at the check station, volunteers may assist with facility maintenance, data entry, and other tasks as needed. We request a maximum of 32 hour of work per week, but it will likely be less than that if we can fill all volunteer positions. Days of the week worked are somewhat flexible. The heaviest use of the management area is September-December, and consequently, some preference may be given to people who can arrive early in the season and/or those that can stay the entire season. If you are interested, please send an email to Conor.Egan@MyFWC.com . https://myfwc.com/recreation/lead/three-lakes/

Alliance Hill RV Resort Is Looking For A Work Camping

Couple In Florida

We are needing a personable energetic couple to camp host a very nice 14 pad small campground. Duties include: Keep the clubhouse clean grounds maintenance greeting and parking arriving guests Need someone smart, personable, energetic and capable of working without constant supervision. This is a very nice clean pretty park. A nice place to live and work with pleasant people.. Call me. Glenn. 850-545-4928 Visit our website at https://www.alliancehillrv.com/

Three Rivers State Park Is Seeking Both Resident

Campground Hosts And Resident Maintenance Volunteers In

Florida

Three Rivers State Park in quiet Sneads, Florida is seeking resident volunteers willing to contribute 20 hours per week for a minimum of 1 month and maximum of 4 months in exchange for a campsite this summer and winter. All sites are equipped with water, 30 & 50 amp electric and sewer hook-up and lake views. Come experience some of the best freshwater fishing in the state on Lake Seminole! Boating, wildlife viewing and relaxation are some of the activities you can enjoy during your stay at Three Rivers State Park. Campground Host: As a Campground Host, you will maintain sites and assist campers in our 31 site campground. There is one rustic rental cabin which will need to be cleaned as needed. Hosts will also work in the camper registration office collecting fees and greeting park guests. Campground maintenance will include cleaning fire rings, empty campsites, restroom cleaning and mowing. Hosts also answer camper questions and provide assistance when necessary. All training is provided upon arrival as well as uniform shirts. Resident Maintenance Volunteers: Maintenance volunteers shall assist park staff with ongoing projects, trail maintenance, mowing, weedeating, cleaning facilities, trash pickup, tractor and heavy equipment operation, vehicle and small engine maintenance, construction and repairs, plumbing and electrical, fencing and other maintenance-oriented tasks. Volunteer will also be required to assist park visitors when needed and assist the campground hosts when needed. All training and uniforms will be provided upon arrival. These positions go fast, so call or go online to put in your application! Come experience and enjoy the best of Northwest Florida! Applicants will be required to create a Florida State Parks volunteer profile at https://volunteers.floridastateparks.org

His Promises Peaceful Habitation Ranch Is Looking For An

Active Retired Married Couple In Florida

We are looking for an active retired married couple - spirit-filled! To live on the ranch. The RV lot has 50amp hookup with high speed internet, laundry available, septic, fresh organic eggs and produce as available from the large garden. The ranch is located 30 minutes East of Sarasota and Bradenton, Florida - far enough away to enjoy the peace and quite of the country yet near enough if you’d like to go Ito town to shop or go to dinner. In return for your RV lot and adjacent yard, 15 hours of work per week per person living on the land is required. The maximum hours per day is 3 - so that the work is spread over the week. The type of tasks to be done include lawn mowing on a cool zero turn mower, feeding the livestock including cows and goats, cleaning the chicken coop, managing the garden - planting and tending to the vegetables, pruning and fertilizing fruits trees, taking out the trash to the road, small maintenance projects, etc. Electric is available for $70-100 per month depending on how much you utilize your air conditioning. We will consider one small (15 lbs or less) well behaved dog to join you. Background check is required. You would need to be on the land - as caretakers - and the expectation is that you would be a consistent presence and not park your rig here and leave for a few weeks and come back. It also would not work if you have full time job in town and then try to fulfill the work requirement in one day. Just sayin’….so that you know ahead of time what is expected. The people who are happiest here have been collecting a pension, or social security, or work remotely and just love the rural life and go into town every few days or once a week. This opportunity is not suitable for children who would be living with you. Visits from grandchildren are of course welcome. The minimum stay is 1 year. Send Email to daniel@wreranch.com for more information.

Lake Letta RV Park Is A 55+ Park Looking For A Work Camper

In Avon Park, Florida

We are looking for a work camper for Summer help or you can stay year-round if you wish. The job is a variety of duties. Can be an individual (20 hours weekly) or couple (10 hours each weekly). Compensation is FHU (electric included), WI-FI, and laundry. Lake Letta RV Park is a 55+ rv park located in Avon Park, Florida. Please send resume to info@lakelettarv.com Visit our website at www.lakelettarv.com

Palm View Gardens RV Resort Is Looking For A Experienced

Maintenance Supervisor In Florida $$

Experienced Maintenance Supervisor needed to oversee and work with crew in mowing and weed whacking lawns, Read electric meters, Repair of water leaks, Fill propane tanks, Pool Maintenance, Golf cart maintenance, Repairs on Corp owned units, and various other jobs that arise. On call for emergencies. Please email resume with salary required to: palmviewgardens@rvresorts.com

Florida Grande Motor Coach Resort Is Looking For A Work

Camping Couple

Spend the summer in sunnly Florida! We are a premier motor coach resort nestled in the heart of Central Florida. Easy access to Orlando attractions and both the Atlantic and Gulf coast beaches. Looking for a couple April through October to handle pool and clubhouse maintenance along with some office duties. Receive a premium site and electric paid up to $200 per month in return for 24 hours per week. Please contact Cathy Kimball, Resort Manager at: floridagrandeowners@gmail.com Class A coaches only. Visit our Website at floridagrande.com Welaka Lodge & Resort Is Looking For Seasonal Workampers Beginning Early Spring In Florida Would you like to spend time on the St. John’s River in a peaceful setting where you can boat, fish, kayak, canoe, bird watch, hike or simply relax and enjoy beautiful sunsets? Welaka Lodge is a very small “Old Florida” style resort in natural surroundings with a pool, 8 upscale cottages & 18 RV sites in the small rural town of Welaka. This seasonal workamper position will be from early spring until the first week of November and will include housekeeping, maintenance, pool and grounds keeping duties. Those applying for the housekeeping position should have an eye for detail and exceptional cleaning skills. Both parties should be in good health with no physical limitations. Since we only require 20 hours of work per couple, you’ll have lots of time for fun activities. In addition to the river, you’ll be less than an hour from great beaches, historic Old St. Augustine, Marineland, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park & lots of other attractions! Summers are pretty warm here, but we have a beautiful pool that’s cooled in the summer and heated in the winter, so it’s always comfortable. We are a friendly ‘community’ here at Welaka Lodge. On Thursday nights, we have a Pizza/pot luck night at the pool bar area. Many nights during the cooler months are spent around our large community campfire and during summer, we enjoy the pool together. In exchange for the 20 hours, we offer a 50 amp full hookup site with wi-fi. You’ll also receive reduced food and beverage rates at our onsite Boathouse Dock Bar. Schedules are made every Friday for the upcoming week based on the number of cottages to be cleaned, so there are not set work days. Some weeks we work fewer hours & others more, but work hours would average 20 hours per week per couple. We try to schedule couples together at least one day, but it is not always possible. Please note that with the exception of tips received, we do not offer monetary compensation. In addition to our seasonal bar, there is another restaurant in Welaka within walking distance. A Dollar General Store is located right in town and Walmart, Lowe’s, major grocery stores etc. are 20-35 minutes from us. Check out our website www.welakalodge.com for pictures and location and tripadvisor.com to see what our guests say about us. If you like what you see, send an email with your qualifications and a picture of yourself and your RV to info@welakalodge.com , Attention: Becky. Be sure to include approximate arrival and departure dates. We prefer emails over phone calls for the initial contact please.

RV Force Is Looking To Hire More RV Techs For Florida $$

We're looking to hire more RV techs for Florida (southern area) and also Myrtle Beach and possible other states on the Eastern seaboard. RVForce is rapidly expanding. Expected job duties include canvassing when not on scheduled jobs and providing RV service when dispatched. Calls come into our toll free line and we dispatch them to our technicians. Technicians are provided a company van, iPad, Clover device for credit card processing as well as materials to provide while canvassing (business cards, flyers, etc.) Compensation is hourly and will depend on technician experience which will be discussed during the interview process. Technicians typically work 40 hours a week, sometimes more if jobs come in after hours or when a job runs long. We run background checks on all our technicians for safety reasons for our customers. Please e-mail me at jstokes@rvforce.com . You can find out more about our company at www.RVForce.com

Henderson Beach State Park Is Needing Someone To Work In

Hot Sunny Weather In Florida

Come work with our Rangers to keep our day use area safe, clean and inviting for visitors. This position is demanding, working in the hot sun, but in a beautiful setting working at the beach. 2 days on and 4 days off, alternating with other host. You must be able to work in hot, sunny weather, use a gas-powered leaf blower and be able to operate an all-wheel drive vehicle or ATV. Position is 20 hrs/wk, campsite with water and electrical is available. Dump station is available nearby. Apply online at https://volunteers.floridastateparks.org/ . Select the "Applications" drop down menu located in the top left-hand corner of the page. Select the application that applies to you. Fill out the application accordingly. User name must be an email address. Password must be at least 5 characters long. In the "Location" drop down menu select the park(s) you would like to volunteer at. When the application is completed please contact the park(s) that you selected and ask for the volunteer coordinator to inform them of your completed application and interest in volunteering. For more information please contact volunteer coordinator, Evan.Waters@dep.state.fl.us or (850) 650-5928

Christian Family Campground Is Looking For A Work

Camping Couple In Florida

We are 240 acre Boys Ranch and wildlife preserve located on a 4,000 acre Lake Yale with a mile of waterfront in Umatilla ,Lake County Fl 30 mi north of Orlando and south of the Ocala forest. Its spring and all four of our vagabond volunteers have left for the season. We are a private non profit Boys Ranch and opening our facilities as the Christian Family Campground. We have a camp director that are working with AirBNB and a wonderful couple in their rv and a veteran that is helping to maintain the property and help with cleaning, fixing donated motorhomes, cars, boats, and helping with the 5 tenants renting month to month. We need one more individual or couple to stay with us and provide some general assistance in all areas including mowing with our o turn, maintaining the boats, and helping with donations. We can provide a nice hook up in exchange for part time help. Also opportunities to earn extra money working with the donations. We are www.DadsforBoys.org celebrating our 28th year offering free programs to the Fatherless and single mothers. Safe, peaceful, quiet enviroment. For details please give a call. John Pyle Founder 352-255-3590

Suwannee River Hideaway Campground Is Looking For Work

Camping Couples Starting April In Florida

We are a quiet, beautiful, nature-based campground. We are located on the historic Suwannee River in Old Town, Florida, just 12 miles North of Chiefland, 3 miles South of 19/98 in Old Town.  Hidden off of the highway so you do not see or hear the passing traffic and all you will hear at night are the owls. We are the home of the famous 1500 ft. boardwalk.   We are looking for work camping couples for April 1st – October 1st, year- round is also a possibility for the right couple, in exchange for a FHU site and electric. Please email your resume’ to camping@riverhideaway.com .

Sunset King RV Resort Is Looking For A Grounds Keeper In

Florida

Sunset King RV Resort is looking to hire a work camper for a grounds keeping position. Must be a team player. Mowing, weedeating, tree trimming are all in the job description. Also, helping around the park with maintenance projects would be a plus. Call Paul Davis, 850-892-7229. FHU for the right person.

Ichetucknee Springs State Park Is Looking For Resident

Volunteers In Florida

Our Resident Volunteers Assist the Park Staff with Opening and Closing of Park Gates, Restroom and Grounds Maintenance Projects such as Facility upgrade or repair. and Event Assistance Operations for Event's Such as, Set Up and Break Down of Small Events, and Manning our Entrance Ranger Station. The position is a 20 hour a week,4 month Maximum Stay. Full hook ups Electric, Water, and Sewer, Call 386 497 4690 Ask for William, Or Email William.register@dep.state.fl.us Or go online and Apply @ https://volunteers.floridastateparks.org/pages/app:CAMPHOST Make sure to Pick Ichtucknee Springs State Park for you Application or we wont see it. The park is 2700 + acres of mostly wilderness with a crystal clear spring feed river running through feed by 13+ springs, and is a popular for swimming, kayaking, and for Memorial Day through Labor Day Extremely popular Tubing Destination. Were looking for Summer help but have other Openings as well Call or email and be the first to get a exclusive spot here helping and enjoying this beautiful river. Only 5 sites currently with a future 6th coming soon.

Integrity Resorts INC Is Looking For Work Campers In Florida

Integrity Resorts INC is looking for A RV Sales, RV Maintenance, Campground Management, Etc. with strong people skills. Duties involve parking campers, light maintenance,and basic office skills. Can work for free camping, electric, water and sewer. Willing to discuss hours and compensation. You must be able to furnish references. Send email to americasrv@gmail.com

Campground Host Position Available At Quiet Waters Park In

Broward County, Florida

This is a volunteer position with Broward County Parks and Recreation. Water is the focus of this 431.4-acre park, which includes the Splash Adventure water park, Ski Rixen USA cable water-skiing, and several lakes for fishing. For recreation on dry land, the park features Bike America bicycle rentals, mountain bike trails, basketball courts, and a campground with platform tents and tepees. Campground host duties include: Customer service for registered campers within campground area after park closing hours. Duties include, but are not limited to, welcoming campers, assisting with registration and late arrivals, explaining rules and regulations, event/program coordinator, and primary contact for campers’ questions and concerns when staff is unavailable. Hosts can assist on monitoring campgrounds and entrance gates on days parks are closed. Hosts may also be asked to assist in the park office; light maintenance within campground sites to include restroom cleaning, grills and fire rings, trash removal, campground inspection prior to and after rentals. Special skills such as carpentry, painting, and grounds keeping will be gratefully accepted. A minimum of 25 hours per week for an individual and 40 hours per week for a couple/family. A full RV hookup is available for the campground host. This is a great opportunity for individuals who are traveling on a budget and are planning on an extended stay in South Florida. This volunteer position provides a great venue to share your experience and creativity and to help develop camping-related outdoor activities and programs such as campfire storytelling, boating excursions, and fishing instruction. Help showcase what Broward County campgrounds and park facilities have to offer visitors and residents. Please contact the park office at 954-357-5100 x 0 or email quietwaterspark@broward.org for more information or to obtain a copy of the volunteer form. Visit our website by clicking here.
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