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Pohick Bay Campground Is Now Hiring Camp Hosts For 2021 In Northern

Virginia

The campground is seeking Camp Hosts to live and work in Northern Virginia. Please contact pohick@nvrpa.org for more information or to apply. Camp Host hours accrue at a required rate of 16-20 hours per week worked in the volunteer capacity. A minimum of 16 hours in the off-season (after Labor Day up to Memorial Day) and 20 hours in-season (Memorial Day to Labor Day). Camp Hosts Duties: Clean the park facilities daily, to include: bathrooms, cabins, shelters, etc. Advise, assist, and inform campers/visitors of regulations and available facilities in Pohick Bay Campground and Park. Inform Campers of regulations by greeting users and handing out brochures, maps, campground program schedules, local directions, and other information about the park. Assist with campground programs. Conduct Camp Store operations including executing high quality customer service and cash handling. Help keep the campground presentable by picking up litter and performing maintenance such as wood wrapping, blowing leaves, weed eating, mowing, painting, etc. Stay courteous and friendly in all situations. Conduct work assignments as needed by the Campground Supervisor. Benefits: Hosts are provided with a free 50/30 Amp RV campsite. Campsite is in a beautiful, natural setting. Orientation and training to perform your job well. Volunteer uniform identifying you as part of the team. Volunteer injury coverage. A chance to learn new skills and challenge yourself. An opportunity to become a vital part of the Pohick Bay family! Safety training, Hazardous Materials training, Basic first aid 3 Month contract with opportunity for renewal Website: https://www.novaparks.com/parks/pohick-bay-regional-park

Prince William Forest RV Campground Is Currently Looking For Your Help For

The 2021 Camping Season In Virginia $$

Prince William Forest Park RV Campground is part of the National Forest Park. We are located approximately 20 miles South of Washington DC. We are close to Quantico, in Prince William County VA. We are a short drive to the Beautiful Shenandoah National Park. A short drive to the DC mall to view all the history in the area. We are looking for self-motivated people to work maintenance and reservations. Duties starting March 1, 2021 to approx November 15, 2021 include but are not limited to: Phone and in person reservations, escorting guests to sites, helping with basic info about the campground and surrounding areas. Pumping Propane, store sales. Pool maintenance Housekeeping (men’s, women’s bathhouse and laundry.) Delivering firewood, mowing, weed wiping, and edging, weeding, planting. Campsite cleanup and prep. Cleaning firepits. You are required to bend, lift, push, stoop, pull. We take pride in serving our guests and are looking for dedicated people to join our team. You will be provided with a 30amp full hook up site, max length 35’, for a small fee each month. Free Laundry, discount on propane, and store items. Each part time hour worked is paid in full, WW2 (no exchange for site work.) Aprox 25-32 hours weekly. Couples share same day off. $9.50 per hour Your employer has the contract to manage the concession at the campground, you are not an employee of the National Forest. Contact Stephany at Shaviland@racpack.com for more information Visit us on the web at: Princewilliamforestrvcampground.com

Royal Elk Park Management Is Currently Looking For Area Managers And

Couples For Camp Host At Lake Moomaw In Virginia $$

Come and enjoy the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains At Lake

Moomaw/ Bolar Mountain near the West Virginia border in the

George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. The

northern part of the lake is in historic Bath County while the

southern part is in Allegany County and near the town of Warm

Springs and Hot Springs VA. Hot Springs is centered around

the historic a Homestead Resort and nearby grocery stores,

etc. We also have an employee only free laundromat. Our

season is Memorial

Camp hosts will have two consecutive days off. 10 to 20 hours a week is all we ask and your site is included. Area Managers are 20-30+ hours a week with site included also. Minimum wage is paid for all hours worked

If you are interested please call our office here at the lake at 540-279-4186

The James River House Is Looking For A Work Camping Couple In Virginia

The property: We have a very private beachfront (sand, shells, pre-historic sharks teeth) property of approximately 12 acres that we are constantly evolving towards a multi-family nature/adventure retreat. The property is wooded and has a diverse topography ideal for nature integrated structures (decks on hill sides, tree houses, curved walking paths, outdoor games, etc). We currently host families visiting the Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown historical areas and our busy season is summer. We have weekend bookings in fall and spring. We have several outdoor projects that are ideal for off season work (fall- spring). These projects require carpentry skills (deck construction, fencing) and other exterior landscape type abilities (small dry-stack retaining walls, gravel paths). The accommodations: We have an area away from the house that is ideal for an RV. It is flat and graveled and can also accommodate your personal vehicle. Water and power will be provided but we currently do not have a septic system for an RV (possibly a project we can consider adding). WiFi is not provided as the un-plug is part of our message/mission, however, there is cell service. There is a full size washer and dryer in the house and you are welcome to use this weekly when the house is vacant. Additionally, you are welcome to enjoy the grounds and the beach and make use of the kayaks, SUPs and canoe during vacancies (during the week in fall and spring and all week in winter). Also, there is an abundance of attractions and historical sites and culture to be experienced while your here. The ideal fit: I think a couple would be the best fit as we do not reside at the property and for safety reasons it would be good to not work alone. Most of the time you will have the property all to yourself. The topography is steep in some areas (the house is 70’ above the river) and therefore the couple should be fit and able to enjoy the outdoor work with little risk of injury. Vehicular access to most areas of the property is limited so materials must be carried by hand to some projects. Please send resume to jamesriverhouse@gmail.com and any questions you may have :-) I look forward to talking with you! Jeff

Chantilly Farm Is Looking For A Campground Supervisor/Work Camper In

Virginia

The campground supervisor acts as a point of contact for guests entering the park, assists in the general day-to-day operation of the park, assists with the development projects, able to accomplish general cleaning tasks/property maintenance, maintains the camping office/merchandise inventory, and coordinates smaller special events to be offered as amenities to our campers, among other various duties. This position requires a flexible schedule and on-site presence at the campground. Must be computer and social media literate and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidate should have extensive experience in hospitality settings, be comfortable with being "on-call", have experience in leadership, and be able to manage time effectively. If interested send email to chantillyfarm@gmail.com Visit our website at www.chantillyfarm.com

Volunteer Camp Hosts Needed At Glen Maury Park

Nestled on the western slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the southwestern corner of Rockbridge County, Virginia, Buena Vista is an area of great natural beauty. It is bounded by the Maury River on the west, a major tributary of the James River. Partially surrounded by the Jefferson and George Washington National Forests, the area offers numerous outdoor activities, including biking, canoeing, kayaking, tubing, hunting, fishing, and hiking. Buena Vista is located six miles east of historic Lexington, three miles east of Interstate 81, and four miles west of the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is easily accessed from the east or west by U.S. Route 60 and is the beginning point for U.S. Route 501 as it winds its way southward to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Glen Maury Park is a 315-acre jewel, consisting of scenic, level and rolling land. The park is owned and operated by the City of Buena Vista and includes an 18-hole golf course, The Vista Links. Glen Maury Park is home to a 52-site campground, a group camping area that can hold over 250 units, Olympic-size pool, wading pool, tennis courts, skate park, playgrounds, pavilions, picnic shelters, roller skating rink, trails, river fishing, ball fields and much more. During the summer and fall, it is the home to numerous music festivals, ranging from Bluegrass to Beach music, and Blues to Gospel. Buena Vista is an Appalachian Trail Community™ and welcomes hikers to the Park to camp, shower, and relax. Peak seasons for through-hikers are May through early-July and September to early October. To learn more about Glen Maury Park, visit our website - http://www.glenmaurypark.com/. We Are Seeking Camp Host(s) for our prime season, from May 1 – October 31 and are looking for outgoing and friendly people who love meeting new folks. We want hosts who are able to deal positively with different kinds of people and understand the limits of their authority and responsibility. They should have strong camping experience, be willing to share their love of the great outdoors and camping with others, and be willing to gain familiarity with the Park and knowledge of the area surrounding it. Who are Camp Hosts? Camp hosts are individuals and couples with their own RV or trailer who offer their labor/services in Glen Maury Park in Buena Vista, Virginia, in exchange for a free camping site in the Park for a designated period of time. It is a great opportunity to spend time in a beautiful location and meet fellow travelers. Hosts must be at least 21 years of age and are required to pass a background check. What Do Camp Hosts Do? Hosts are on-site representatives of Glen Maury Park. They basically welcome campers, acquaint them with park facilities and regulations, and answer questions on local and statewide attractions. In addition to being a 24-hour presence in the park, host duties may include: Provide hospitality to campers – be Glen Maury Park Ambassadors Provide information about local resources & attractions Act as a good camping role model Generally assist campers as needed Walk through the campground several times a day, conducting camp checks and checking for passes to ensure park fees have been paid Be available for late-night emergencies Perform light housekeeping duties, including litter pickup, light janitorial maintenance, replenishing restroom supplies and assisting in keeping the bathhouses clean, and performing minor repairs Stay visible and approachable to campers by being outdoors frequently Contact the Park Manager and/or Police Department when necessary Stay in close communication with staff, referring problems to them for solution Perform other projects and assignments based on park needs and hosts' skills and interests Hosts must be accessible to campers for comments and complaints and understand and explain - not enforce - park rules and regulations and stress the protection of natural resources to campers. Special park projects can be designed based on a host's skills and interests. All hosts must have enthusiasm for working with the public, a willingness to learn about the Rockbridge area, and the desire to accept new challenges. What is a Camp Host's Season? The camping season in Glen Maury Park is generally from May through October. Hosts are requested to volunteer approximately 20 hours per week for at least four consecutive weeks. What Will Hosts Receive? Camp Hosts stay free in the Glen Maury Park campground with full hook up. They are also eligible for free or discounted admission to many of the Park’s recreational facilities, as well as to the numerous music events/festivals held in the Park during their assignment, depending upon the event. How are Hosts Selected? Hosts are selected on a first-come, first-served basis and must provide their own RV or camping equipment. An extra vehicle is strongly recommended for personal transportation. Selection criteria include experience in camping, prior campground or park host service, working with the public, length of time willing to be hosts and how well skills match park needs. No salary or stipend is provided. Hosts are on duty at least five days out of seven, with any days off taken mid-week. Daily hours vary, but are generally concentrated in early morning, mid-late afternoon, evening and nights. Hosts are “on call” whenever on site. The schedules of our volunteer hosts allow ample time to enjoy recreational activities with friends and family members while providing volunteer services within Glen Maury Park. If interested in becoming a Camp Host, you will need to submit an application. Please contact us to request one. Successful applicants are required to sign an agreement stating their park-specific duties, benefits, obligations and termination conditions. For more information, contact Edward Armentrout Director, Glen Maury Park 100 Vista Links Drive Buena Vista, Virginia 24416 (540) 261-4653 golfpro@glenmaurypark.com

Camp Host At Jefferson National Forest

US Forest Service Host Needed for Jefferson National Forest in southwestern Virginia White Rocks Campground is near Goldbond VA. It is a wonderful place for those who enjoy a natural setting and don’t need lots of amenities. It is located in the midst of a typical Appalachian forest and a small creek meanders thru the campground. There are 35 campsites located around two loops. There are two restrooms with flush toilets, but no showers. The host site has full hookups but the rest of the campground does not. The campground contains primitive sites with grills, tables and tent pads and centrally located water spigots. There is a dump station in the campground. A phone is nearby but there is no cell service in this area. The closest town is Pearisburg, VA 30 minutes away. Hosts are expected to work most weekends Friday - Sunday as well as holidays - approximately 20 hours per week and have off during the remainder of the week. The primary duty of the host is to maintain the cleanliness of the restrooms and camp sites, including fire rings. All cleaning supplies are provided by the government. Applicants must have good people skills and be physically able to perform the services required. No housing is provided. Volunteer must bring their own camper and provide their own reliable, licensed vehicle and fuel. References are required. Background check required. Eastern Divide Ranger District at 540-552-4641.

Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority

Website: www.nvrpa.org The employment information at the website is usually located by clicking on the About link, but a link to the jobs information may be located on the home page. A variety of part-time and seasonal positions are available throughout the Regional Park system especially during the peak season of mid-March through October. Many positions allow for flexible hours and days.
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Pohick Bay Campground Is Now Hiring

Camp Hosts For 2021 In Northern

Virginia

The campground is seeking Camp Hosts to live and work in Northern Virginia. Please contact pohick@nvrpa.org for more information or to apply. Camp Host hours accrue at a required rate of 16-20 hours per week worked in the volunteer capacity. A minimum of 16 hours in the off-season (after Labor Day up to Memorial Day) and 20 hours in-season (Memorial Day to Labor Day). Camp Hosts Duties: Clean the park facilities daily, to include: bathrooms, cabins, shelters, etc. Advise, assist, and inform campers/visitors of regulations and available facilities in Pohick Bay Campground and Park. Inform Campers of regulations by greeting users and handing out brochures, maps, campground program schedules, local directions, and other information about the park. Assist with campground programs. Conduct Camp Store operations including executing high quality customer service and cash handling. Help keep the campground presentable by picking up litter and performing maintenance such as wood wrapping, blowing leaves, weed eating, mowing, painting, etc. Stay courteous and friendly in all situations. Conduct work assignments as needed by the Campground Supervisor. Benefits: Hosts are provided with a free 50/30 Amp RV campsite. Campsite is in a beautiful, natural setting. Orientation and training to perform your job well. Volunteer uniform identifying you as part of the team. Volunteer injury coverage. A chance to learn new skills and challenge yourself. An opportunity to become a vital part of the Pohick Bay family! Safety training, Hazardous Materials training, Basic first aid 3 Month contract with opportunity for renewal Website: https://www.novaparks.com/parks/pohick- bay-regional-park

Prince William Forest RV Campground

Is Currently Looking For Your Help For

The 2021 Camping Season In Virginia

$$

Prince William Forest Park RV Campground is part of the National Forest Park. We are located approximately 20 miles South of Washington DC. We are close to Quantico, in Prince William County VA. We are a short drive to the Beautiful Shenandoah National Park. A short drive to the DC mall to view all the history in the area. We are looking for self-motivated people to work maintenance and reservations. Duties starting March 1, 2021 to approx November 15, 2021 include but are not limited to: Phone and in person reservations, escorting guests to sites, helping with basic info about the campground and surrounding areas. Pumping Propane, store sales. Pool maintenance Housekeeping (men’s, women’s bathhouse and laundry.) Delivering firewood, mowing, weed wiping, and edging, weeding, planting. Campsite cleanup and prep. Cleaning firepits. You are required to bend, lift, push, stoop, pull. We take pride in serving our guests and are looking for dedicated people to join our team. You will be provided with a 30amp full hook up site, max length 35’, for a small fee each month. Free Laundry, discount on propane, and store items. Each part time hour worked is paid in full, WW2 (no exchange for site work.) Aprox 25-32 hours weekly. Couples share same day off. $9.50 per hour Your employer has the contract to manage the concession at the campground, you are not an employee of the National Forest. Contact Stephany at Shaviland@racpack.com for more information Visit us on the web at: Princewilliamforestrvcampground.com

Royal Elk Park Management Is Currently Looking For Area

Managers And Couples For Camp Host At Lake Moomaw In

Virginia $$

Come and enjoy the beautiful Blue Ridge

Mountains At Lake Moomaw/ Bolar Mountain

near the West Virginia border in the George

Washington and Jefferson National Forest. The

northern part of the lake is in historic Bath County

while the southern part is in Allegany County and

near the town of Warm Springs and Hot Springs

VA. Hot Springs is centered around the historic a

Homestead Resort and nearby grocery stores,

etc. We also have an employee only free

laundromat. Our season is Memorial

Camp hosts will have two consecutive days off. 10 to 20 hours a week is all we ask and your site is included. Area Managers are 20-30+ hours a week with site included also. Minimum wage is paid for all hours worked

If you are interested please call our office here at the lake at 540-279-

4186

The James River House Is Looking For A Work Camping

Couple In Virginia

The property: We have a very private beachfront (sand, shells, pre-historic sharks teeth) property of approximately 12 acres that we are constantly evolving towards a multi-family nature/adventure retreat. The property is wooded and has a diverse topography ideal for nature integrated structures (decks on hill sides, tree houses, curved walking paths, outdoor games, etc). We currently host families visiting the Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown historical areas and our busy season is summer. We have weekend bookings in fall and spring. We have several outdoor projects that are ideal for off season work (fall-spring). These projects require carpentry skills (deck construction, fencing) and other exterior landscape type abilities (small dry-stack retaining walls, gravel paths). The accommodations: We have an area away from the house that is ideal for an RV. It is flat and graveled and can also accommodate your personal vehicle. Water and power will be provided but we currently do not have a septic system for an RV (possibly a project we can consider adding). WiFi is not provided as the un-plug is part of our message/mission, however, there is cell service. There is a full size washer and dryer in the house and you are welcome to use this weekly when the house is vacant. Additionally, you are welcome to enjoy the grounds and the beach and make use of the kayaks, SUPs and canoe during vacancies (during the week in fall and spring and all week in winter). Also, there is an abundance of attractions and historical sites and culture to be experienced while your here. The ideal fit: I think a couple would be the best fit as we do not reside at the property and for safety reasons it would be good to not work alone. Most of the time you will have the property all to yourself. The topography is steep in some areas (the house is 70’ above the river) and therefore the couple should be fit and able to enjoy the outdoor work with little risk of injury. Vehicular access to most areas of the property is limited so materials must be carried by hand to some projects. Please send resume to jamesriverhouse@gmail.com and any questions you may have :-) I look forward to talking with you! Jeff

Chantilly Farm Is Looking For A Campground

Supervisor/Work Camper In Virginia

The campground supervisor acts as a point of contact for guests entering the park, assists in the general day-to-day operation of the park, assists with the development projects, able to accomplish general cleaning tasks/property maintenance, maintains the camping office/merchandise inventory, and coordinates smaller special events to be offered as amenities to our campers, among other various duties. This position requires a flexible schedule and on-site presence at the campground. Must be computer and social media literate and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidate should have extensive experience in hospitality settings, be comfortable with being "on-call", have experience in leadership, and be able to manage time effectively. If interested send email to chantillyfarm@gmail.com Visit our website at www.chantillyfarm.com

Volunteer Camp Hosts Needed At Glen Maury Park

Nestled on the western slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the southwestern corner of Rockbridge County, Virginia, Buena Vista is an area of great natural beauty. It is bounded by the Maury River on the west, a major tributary of the James River. Partially surrounded by the Jefferson and George Washington National Forests, the area offers numerous outdoor activities, including biking, canoeing, kayaking, tubing, hunting, fishing, and hiking. Buena Vista is located six miles east of historic Lexington, three miles east of Interstate 81, and four miles west of the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is easily accessed from the east or west by U.S. Route 60 and is the beginning point for U.S. Route 501 as it winds its way southward to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Glen Maury Park is a 315-acre jewel, consisting of scenic, level and rolling land. The park is owned and operated by the City of Buena Vista and includes an 18-hole golf course, The Vista Links. Glen Maury Park is home to a 52-site campground, a group camping area that can hold over 250 units, Olympic-size pool, wading pool, tennis courts, skate park, playgrounds, pavilions, picnic shelters, roller skating rink, trails, river fishing, ball fields and much more. During the summer and fall, it is the home to numerous music festivals, ranging from Bluegrass to Beach music, and Blues to Gospel. Buena Vista is an Appalachian Trail Community™ and welcomes hikers to the Park to camp, shower, and relax. Peak seasons for through-hikers are May through early-July and September to early October. To learn more about Glen Maury Park, visit our website - http://www.glenmaurypark.com/. We Are Seeking Camp Host(s) for our prime season, from May 1 – October 31 and are looking for outgoing and friendly people who love meeting new folks. We want hosts who are able to deal positively with different kinds of people and understand the limits of their authority and responsibility. They should have strong camping experience, be willing to share their love of the great outdoors and camping with others, and be willing to gain familiarity with the Park and knowledge of the area surrounding it. Who are Camp Hosts? Camp hosts are individuals and couples with their own RV or trailer who offer their labor/services in Glen Maury Park in Buena Vista, Virginia, in exchange for a free camping site in the Park for a designated period of time. It is a great opportunity to spend time in a beautiful location and meet fellow travelers. Hosts must be at least 21 years of age and are required to pass a background check. What Do Camp Hosts Do? Hosts are on-site representatives of Glen Maury Park. They basically welcome campers, acquaint them with park facilities and regulations, and answer questions on local and statewide attractions. In addition to being a 24-hour presence in the park, host duties may include: Provide hospitality to campers – be Glen Maury Park Ambassadors Provide information about local resources & attractions Act as a good camping role model Generally assist campers as needed Walk through the campground several times a day, conducting camp checks and checking for passes to ensure park fees have been paid Be available for late-night emergencies Perform light housekeeping duties, including litter pickup, light janitorial maintenance, replenishing restroom supplies and assisting in keeping the bathhouses clean, and performing minor repairs Stay visible and approachable to campers by being outdoors frequently Contact the Park Manager and/or Police Department when necessary Stay in close communication with staff, referring problems to them for solution Perform other projects and assignments based on park needs and hosts' skills and interests Hosts must be accessible to campers for comments and complaints and understand and explain - not enforce - park rules and regulations and stress the protection of natural resources to campers. Special park projects can be designed based on a host's skills and interests. All hosts must have enthusiasm for working with the public, a willingness to learn about the Rockbridge area, and the desire to accept new challenges. What is a Camp Host's Season? The camping season in Glen Maury Park is generally from May through October. Hosts are requested to volunteer approximately 20 hours per week for at least four consecutive weeks. What Will Hosts Receive? Camp Hosts stay free in the Glen Maury Park campground with full hook up. They are also eligible for free or discounted admission to many of the Park’s recreational facilities, as well as to the numerous music events/festivals held in the Park during their assignment, depending upon the event. How are Hosts Selected? Hosts are selected on a first-come, first-served basis and must provide their own RV or camping equipment. An extra vehicle is strongly recommended for personal transportation. Selection criteria include experience in camping, prior campground or park host service, working with the public, length of time willing to be hosts and how well skills match park needs. No salary or stipend is provided. Hosts are on duty at least five days out of seven, with any days off taken mid-week. Daily hours vary, but are generally concentrated in early morning, mid-late afternoon, evening and nights. Hosts are “on call” whenever on site. The schedules of our volunteer hosts allow ample time to enjoy recreational activities with friends and family members while providing volunteer services within Glen Maury Park. If interested in becoming a Camp Host, you will need to submit an application. Please contact us to request one. Successful applicants are required to sign an agreement stating their park-specific duties, benefits, obligations and termination conditions. For more information, contact Edward Armentrout Director, Glen Maury Park 100 Vista Links Drive Buena Vista, Virginia 24416 (540) 261-4653 golfpro@glenmaurypark.com

Camp Host At Jefferson National Forest

US Forest Service Host Needed for Jefferson National Forest in southwestern Virginia White Rocks Campground is near Goldbond VA. It is a wonderful place for those who enjoy a natural setting and don’t need lots of amenities. It is located in the midst of a typical Appalachian forest and a small creek meanders thru the campground. There are 35 campsites located around two loops. There are two restrooms with flush toilets, but no showers. The host site has full hookups but the rest of the campground does not. The campground contains primitive sites with grills, tables and tent pads and centrally located water spigots. There is a dump station in the campground. A phone is nearby but there is no cell service in this area. The closest town is Pearisburg, VA 30 minutes away. Hosts are expected to work most weekends Friday - Sunday as well as holidays - approximately 20 hours per week and have off during the remainder of the week. The primary duty of the host is to maintain the cleanliness of the restrooms and camp sites, including fire rings. All cleaning supplies are provided by the government. Applicants must have good people skills and be physically able to perform the services required. No housing is provided. Volunteer must bring their own camper and provide their own reliable, licensed vehicle and fuel. References are required. Background check required. Eastern Divide Ranger District at 540-552-4641.

Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority

Website: www.nvrpa.org The employment information at the website is usually located by clicking on the About link, but a link to the jobs information may be located on the home page. A variety of part-time and seasonal positions are available throughout the Regional Park system especially during the peak season of mid-March through October. Many positions allow for flexible hours and days.
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