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Honey Bear by the Sea Is Looking For Work Camper Teams In Oregon $$

Honey Bear by the SeaNeed work camper couples for Reservation Agent, Outside maintenance, light housekeeping, and general campground chores. It’s 20/hrs. a week for a Full hook-up site, plus compensation.  Please submit your resume with a picture of your RV to .  Be sure to reference the park name in the subject line.  or call 918-833-0984. 

Website: www.honeybearbythesea.com

Haystack Reservoir Is Looking For A Camp Host In Oregon

Haystack ReservoirCrook County Parks and Recreation District is currently seeking applications to fill a hosting position at Haystack Reservoir.
We are interested in an individual or couple who love people and want to help out around the park. In exchange for your help, we will provide a full hook-up RV site. This position requires approximately 24-32 hours per week of your time, including weekends. There is a strong support staff to work with and the hosts are instrumental in the smooth operation of the park. Please check out the job description below to find out what it takes to be a park host!

About Crook County Parks and Recreation District (CCPRD)
CCPRD is a special district governed by an elected Board of Directors and supported through a property tax levy, grants and other local and state funds. CCPRD owns / manages thirteen parks including three campgrounds. We offer diverse recreation programs and classes for all ages and provide facilities for this purpose.


  • Responsible for knowing and understanding the rules and policies of the District
  • Uses good judgment in making decisions that impact guests and the District
  • Communicates regularly with parks staff and administrative staff concerning the needs of the park
  • This position is a volunteer position that tends to be seasonal in nature


  • Works under the direction of the Parks Manager and Business Manager.


  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all types of people
  • Work cooperatively with staff and public
  • Ability to read and write in the English language and perform basic addition and subtraction
  • Work independently within the established policies and procedures of the District
  • The ability to walk on rough or uneven terrain, bending, kneeling, and lifting objects weighing up to 25 lbs


  • Check campground regularly and ensure that the park is clean, safe, and orderly
  • Pick up litter in and around the park
  • Clean out fire pits and/or BBQ’s
  • Clean and stock restrooms
  • Gardening, weeding and watering
  • Clean debris out of sites
  • Clean up dog waste and stock bag dispensers
  • Mow lawns, line trim weeds
  • Report any damage of park facilities, buildings, and equipment to supervisors

Administrative / Customer Service:

  • Greet guests, answer their questions and ensure that they are in their appropriate spaces
  • Coordinate with office administration and obtain information concerning reservations in the park
  • Collects fees for miscellaneous sales such as: Firewood, ice, day use fees
  • Check out departing guests and solicit customer evaluations
  • Fills out campground daily check sheets and turn in weekly


  • Maintains an orderly site and safe working environment.
  • Create a written record of any incident involving property damage, injury, verbal dispute, suspicion of illegal activity and report it to the District office in a timely manner.
  • In cases of emergencies, contact appropriate law enforcement agency and parks personnel.
  • Remain onsite to assist with investigation and provide information

NOTE: Camp Host(s) are expected to ask people in the park to voluntarily comply with the rules and policies. If voluntary compliance cannot be obtained, the host responsibility is to report the situation to the appropriate law enforcement agency and parks personnel. It is strongly discouraged for a park host to engage in physical or verbal confrontation with any guest or individual in the park

Equal Employment Opportunity – Crook County Parks and Recreation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other classification protected by law.

Please visit our website at ccprd.org/haystack-reservoir for information about our campground.
If you are interested in applying for the hosting position please complete the park host application at the following link:
For more information, please contact Donna DeHaan, Business Manager at 541-447-1209 extension 4


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