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Begbie Falls Recreation Site Is Looking For Camp Hosts In British Columbia, Canada

Begbie Falls Recreation SiteLooking to enjoy a summer in Revelstoke B.C.?

Being a Camp Host at Begbie Falls Recreation Site in Revelstoke, B.C. could be the perfect position for you. Camp hosting is a rewarding and immersive experience for those who enjoy outdoor activities and interacting with campers. Begbie Falls is a small campground which requires part-time hour work. Here’s a breakdown of key aspects of the position:

Location: Begbie Falls Recreation Site is situated in Revelstoke, B.C. The area offers beautiful natural surroundings, providing a serene environment for campers.

Season and Duration: The camp hosting position spans from mid-May to end of September, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the warmer months and the beauty of fall in British Columbia.

Responsibilities:

Campground Maintenance:

  • Cleaning Sites: Ensuring that campsites are clean and ready for incoming campers.
  • Washrooms: Regular cleaning and maintenance of these facilities for camper use.
  • Painting: Performing any necessary painting tasks to keep the infrastructure in good condition.
  • Guest Services:
    • Checking Guests In: Welcoming and checking in campers, providing information about the campground rules and amenities.
    • Creating a Safe Environment: Ensuring that the campground remains a safe and secure place for all guests.

Personal RV Requirement:
The Camp Host is expected to have their own self contained RV.

Camp Host Site Services:
There are no services at Begbie Falls. There is a picnic table and fire ring.

Proximity to Town:
The campsite’s proximity to town is convenient, allowing Camp Hosts to access amenities and services when needed.

Cell Coverage:
Having cell coverage is a practical aspect, enabling communication and staying connected with the outside world.

Qualities of a Camp Host:

  • Friendly and approachable demeanor for interacting with campers.
  • Strong organizational skills to manage campground tasks efficiently.
  • Self-sufficiency, as indicated by the requirement to have your own RV.
  • Basic maintenance and cleaning skills.
  • Knowledge of campground rules and regulations.
  • Overall, being a Camp Host at Begbie Falls is an excellent opportunity to immerse oneself in nature, contribute to a positive camping experience for visitors, and enjoy the unique lifestyle of living in an RV within a beautiful outdoor setting.

If this sounds like an opportunity for you, please email us at
Website: http://www.sitesandtrailsbc.ca/search/search-result.aspx?site=REC5015&districtCode=RDCO&type=Site

Harrison Hot Springs And Stave Lake Parks Are Looking For Campsite Operators (Hosts) In British Columbia $$

Harrison Hot Springs And Stave Lake ParksEnjoy camping while keeping active, spending time outdoors, interacting with the public, and managing campground operations. Full time position through the summer months.

Positions available: May 1 – Sept 30, with flexibility as required

Requirements: You must have your own good condition RV for accommodations onsite. Friendly, hardworking, honesty & good customer service skills required. Must be capable of handling situations with campers, and enforcing rules.

Having the ability to address problem campers with a calm, respectful approach is essential.

Duties Include:

  • Provide the on-site management and maintenance of the campsite
  • Registering overnight campers, revenue collections, checking in reservations
  • Cleaning washrooms, campsites, litter, and garbage
  • Rule compliance, public relations and public safety

Compensation includes a campsite (no hookups) and a commission based on fees collected, starting at 50%.
Internet provided, uniform, training and radio communications with other camp Hosts in area provided. Must have class 5 driver’s license and submit a criminal record check.

Extra hours available (at an hourly rate) to the right candidate.

We are also looking for Work campers – these positions are volunteer where you receive a camp spot for the season (no hookups) in exchange for helping out as necessary, approximately 8 hours per week.

Send a resume to:
Website: http://www.stavewestcamping.com

Riverside Campground Is Looking For Work Campers Starting May 2024 In British Columbia, Canada $$

Riverside CampgroundThe District of Vanderhoof invites expressions of interest for the management services of our municipal campground and park for the 2024 season.

Riverside Campground is located along the banks of the Nechako River. It has 38 camping sites, with two pull-through campsites and three spots with double sites. Each site allows for trailers and tents, and all have water and electricity connections, and washrooms, shower facilities, and a sani-dump are available on site. The campground is located within Riverside Park which has a playground, walking and running path, covered picnic area, beach volleyball court, unsupervised swimming area, year-round bathroom facilities and more! The campground is open to the public from the May long weekend to the end of September each year.

The Term of the Agreement will be from May 6, 2024 to September 30, 2024.

The services to be provided include:

  1. Providing information and assistance to all users of the campground facilities regarding campsites and amenities.
  2. Maintaining washrooms for both the park and campground as well as the shower facilities (opening and closing building, and cleaning and stocking supplies).
  3. Providing general labour and maintenance of the campground amenities, when possible.
  4. Notifying District staff of any damages or deficiencies with the campground and park facilities as soon as possible.
  5. Ensuring campground and Park rules and regulations are always followed.
  6. Performing daily counts of campsite occupancies.
  7. Verifying occupants to reservation information.
  8. Collecting any campground fees (including shower, sani-dump, and firewood fees).
  9. Providing a consistent presence for campground users.
  10. Resolving camper conflicts.
  11. Preparing sites for campers, including raking sites, collecting garbage, and emptying firepits.
  12. Encouraging visitors to experience Vanderhoof’s amenities and attractions.
  13. Splitting, stacking firewood, and collecting firewood fees.
  14. Opening and closing gate at advertised times.
  15. Managing booking schedules for campsites and Riverside Park covered area.
  16. Assisting users with cancellations and refunds, if necessary.
  17. Renting equipment to park users, if applicable.
  18. Gathering garbage in the park, campground, and washrooms for Public Works pickup.
  19. Performing other duties necessary to ensure the effective operation of the campground and park for the continued safety of its patrons.

A personal vehicle is required to complete the duties of this contract.

The campground manager is responsible for ensuring coverage seven days per week for the entire contract term. Preference will be given to those who can be on-site overnight. Housing, utilities, and Wi-Fi are provided.

Supplemental revenue streams as a value-added amenity, offered by the Campground Manager would be considered by the District of Vanderhoof. Such services may be by way of concession or other supply sales. These services are to be solely provided by the Manager and will be independent of the District of Vanderhoof.

Interested parties are invited to submit a proposal demonstrating their qualifications related to the services required and the compensation expectation for the duration of the contract to the District of Vanderhoof by March 29, 2024 to:

District of Vanderhoof
160 Connaught Street
PO Box 900
Vanderhoof, BC V0J 3A0

Website: http://vanderhoof.ca
Email:

Cayoosh Creek Campground Is Looking For A Camp Host In British Columbia

Cayoosh Creek CampgroundHave you been searching for the perfect Camp Host position in one of the most remarkable settings of British Columbia? Being a Camp Host at Cayoosh Creek in Lillooet, B.C. could be the perfect position for you. Camp hosting is a rewarding and immersive experience for those who enjoy outdoor activities and interacting with campers. Here’s a breakdown of key aspects of the position:

Location: Cayoosh Creek Campground is situated in Lillooet, B.C. and is the Districts Municipal Campground. The area offers beautiful natural surroundings, providing a serene environment for campers.

Season and Duration: The camp hosting position spans from mid-May to Thanksgiving, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the warmer months and the beauty of fall in British Columbia.

Responsibilities:

Campground Maintenance:

  • Cleaning Sites: Ensuring that campsites are clean and ready for incoming campers.
    Washrooms and Showers: Regular cleaning and maintenance of these facilities for camper use.
  • Lawn Care: Keeping the campground grounds well-maintained.
  • Painting: Performing any necessary painting tasks to keep the infrastructure in good condition.
  • Guest Services:
    Checking Guests In: Welcoming and checking in campers, providing information about the campground rules and amenities.

    Creating a Safe Environment: Ensuring that the campground remains a safe and secure place for all guests.
    The campground uses a reservation system which the camp host will use to book guests. The position requires the Camp host to be proficient in computers and the internet.

  • Personal RV Requirement:
    The Camp Host is expected to have their own RV.
  • Camp Host Site Services:
    Services are provided at the Camp Host site, which includes water, electricity, and wifi (there is a Sani Station at the campground)
  • Proximity to Town:
    The campsite’s proximity to town is convenient, allowing Camp Hosts to access amenities and services when needed.
  • Cell Coverage:
    Having cell coverage is a practical aspect, enabling communication and staying connected with the outside world.

Qualities of a Camp Host:

  • Friendly and approachable demeanor for interacting with campers.
  • Strong organizational skills to manage campground tasks efficiently.
  • Self-sufficiency, as indicated by the requirement to have your own RV.
  • Basic maintenance and cleaning skills.
  • Knowledge of campground rules and regulations.

Overall, being a Camp Host at Cayoosh Creek is an excellent opportunity to immerse oneself in nature, contribute to a positive camping experience for visitors, and enjoy the unique lifestyle of living in an RV within a beautiful outdoor setting.

If this sounds like an opportunity for you, please email us at

 

Roberts Roost Resort Is A Family Owned Campground Looking For Caretakers and Managers Starting April 15th 2024 In British Columbia, Canada

Roberts Roost ResortRoberts Roost Resort is in the heart of the Cariboo, located on Dragon Lake in Quesnel, BC. Live your best life on the lake with quick access to world class fishing, swimming, paddle boarding, hiking, and biking – right at your doorstep.

Roberts Roost Resort is a family owned campground and we are looking for friendly and outgoing Campground Caretakers and Managers to join our team!

Perks:

  • Live on the lake! Dragon Lake is world-renowned for fishing, bird watching, and has excellent swimming.
  • Free RV pad for the entirety of the season from April 15th – October 15th
  • Free access to boat rentals, paddle boards, and kayaks
  • Discounted stays at our vacation rentals for your visitors
  • Discounted golf passes at nearby local golf course
  • Seasonal! Enjoy the best months of the year at the lake, then take winters off to relax and/or travel as you please

Daily tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Managing reservations via phone, email, and in-person
  • Facilitating guest check-ins and drop-ins
  • Balancing cash and credit card batches
  • Ordering inventory for camp store
  • Organizing boat rentals
  • Ensuring guests adhere to resort policies
  • Assisting guests to ensure they have a pleasant stay
  • Cleaning washroom and shower buildings
  • Tidying campsites after departures
  • General building and property maintenance
  • Landscape maintenance such as mowing, raking leaves, weeding, etc. as needed
  • Managing summer students
  • Organizing staff schedules & job rotations
  • Ordering inventory for camp store
  • Co-ordinating with cleaning staff

Requirements:

  • Friendly, outgoing, with excellent customer service skills
  • Comfortable using phone, email, Microsoft Word/Excel
  • Independent, confident, with strong problem solving skills
  • Goal oriented and motivated to accomplish goals
  • Be in good physical shape to complete yard & maintenance tasks
  • Previous experience in a managerial role an asset
  • Preference will be given to someone who has their own RV to live on site for the season from April 15th – October 15th. You will be given your own RV site with full services to live in for free for the entirety of the season.
  • Alternatively a large RV may be offered as onsite accommodation, terms of occupancy to be determined.

Website: http://www.robertsroostresort.com
Email:

 

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