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Alaska Recreational Management Has Multiple Host and Maintenance Opportunities in Alaska’s Chugach National Forest And Kenai Peninsula $$

Alaska Recreational ManagementOperating season: End of May until mid September 2024
Jobs suitable for singles, couples or families
Contact our Host Coordinator
Aerin Gaines 907-854-3219

Host site included at no cost, stipend available for travel. Hosts need to have hard sided RV and capable of operating off grid.
Duties Include: Registering campers, posting reservations, cleaning campsites, restrooms, and empty Hide-a-bags.
Hosts have time daily to recreate.
Primitive campground; no electric or water hook up at host site. Hand pump for water.
Popular for hiking, rafting, music, historic sites and fishing. Explore Alaska, meet new people, get paid!
We have different size campgrounds – available pay ranges from 500-2600.00 monthly
Hours approx 15-35 weekly
Apply via Contact Us link @ http://www.alaskarm.com or email

Aerin Gaines
Educational Director
Alaska Recreational Management, Inc.

Kachemak Bay State Park Is Looking For Ranger Station Host In Alaska

Kachemak Bay State ParkJob Title: Ranger Station Host/Maintenance Internship (1-2 Positions)
Ranger Station Host/Maintenance Positions (alaska.gov) – General information.
Alaska State Parks Volunteer Program Volunteer Applications – application.
Organization: Alaska State Parks – Kenai/PWS
Location: Kachemak Bay State Park, Alaska
Duration: May 16th to August 15th (Some may work until September 1 or later)
About Us: Alaska State Parks is seeking enthusiastic individuals for Ranger Station Host/Maintenance positions at the Halibut Cove Lagoon Ranger Station in Kachemak Bay State Park. This unique opportunity allows interns to contribute to the operation and maintenance of facilities in a breathtaking wilderness setting.
Position: Ranger Station Host/Maintenance Intern

Main Tasks:

  • Assist in the operation and maintenance of Halibut Cove Lagoon Ranger Station, including public-use cabins, latrines, dock, campsites, and boardwalks.
  • Provide assistance to the public with inquiries and directions.
  • Support Park Ranger or Park Specialist with various park and trail projects.
  • Maintain facilities, including a gravity feed water system, hydroelectric/solar/wind power inverter system, latrines, dock, and public-use cabins.
  • Conduct brush cutting, sawyer work, carpentry tasks, and maintain the area around the station.
  • Perform visitor counts and provide necessary information.
  • Hike trails, perform minor maintenance, and assist with ADFG stocking program.
  • Demonstrate small boat operation skills, with a small skiff available for work-related projects and recreational use within the lagoon.

Required Skills:

  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Strong work ethic and ability to work in a remote setting.
  • Good physical condition and ability to lift and carry tools and packs up to 45lbs.
  • Working knowledge of basic hand and power tools.

Desired Skills:

  • Public relations skills; act as an ambassador to park visitors.
  • Maintenance skills, including gravity feed water system and power inverter system.
  • Carpentry skills for facility maintenance.
  • Familiarity with small boat operation.
  • Preference given to host “couple” who will work together.
  • Must be physically capable of steep climbs and long walks with up to a forty-pound pack.


  • Monthly food subsistence payment.
  • Housing and cooking facilities provided at the Ranger Station during the workweek.
  • Shared bunk/living space provided in Homer on days off.


  • Must provide transportation to Homer, Alaska.
  • Group use of a Sate vehicle in Homer for shopping and State business.
  • RV or motorhome owners may park at facilities for use on days off in Homer.

Training Provided:
One to two-week orientation training, including safety training, basic emergency procedures, and boating safety.
Time Commitment: Preference to applicants available from May 16th to August 15th.
Schedule: Generally, a ten-day on, four-day off work schedule at 37.5 hours per week, subject to variation
Application Deadline: March 15th
Application Process: Send the completed State Parks volunteer application and resume to:

Ranger Jason Okuly

Alaska State Parks – Kenai/PWS
95 Sterling Highway,
Homer AK, 99603
Phone: 907-435-7595

Totem Bight State Historical Park Is Looking For Camp Host(s) In Alaska $$

Totem Bight State Historical Park Totem Bight is a day use park located 10 miles north of Ketchikan. Ketchikan is located on an Island in Southeast Alaska, accessible by barge or ferry. It is the only park in the Alaska State system dedicated to the Southeast Alaskan native culture, displaying the art and architecture of the Tlingit and Haida. The park exhibits 14 totem poles and a clan house, hand-crafted 75+ years ago by Native carvers in the area. A short self-guided trail winds through the rainforest to the totem display which faces an ocean passage. Commercially guided tours from the cruise ships frequent the park. Must have own RV or camper. Couples preferred but not required. Host Duties: Be available, on a part time basis, to assist staff with garden, light grounds maintenance and janitorial duties; open and close the historic clan house daily. Fold interpretive guides. Approximately 17 hours/week in duties. Park is closed from 10pm to 6 am so the host gets some personal quiet time and privacy.
Special Projects: Assist staff with any special events.
Amenities: Subsistence payment $250/month. Free water, WiFi internet, electricity hook up, solid and liquid waste hook up provided. Caretaker RV site is located at the beach, facing the west with beautiful sunsets. 4 mile bike trail nearby, as well as a bus stop. Services located in Ketchikan. Host gets two days off a week.
Season: 6 months, from 5/1 – 9/30. Full season preferred. Winter season is also available (no subsistence payment during winter months). Additional employment optional ($18+/hour DOE) up to 37.5 hrs/week.
Website: https://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/vip/hstsouth.htm#totem


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