Park Hosts are needed on a season-to-season basis. Park Host positions are available at 5 campgrounds and 3 day-use areas. Host duties vary depending on the season. The main function of a Park Host is to provide services of hospitality to park guests. In addition, Hosts are essential in allowing us to keep some parks open by performing or assisting with certain operational duties. (Updated 05/22/2019)
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: RV camp side with full Hook-up.
• Campground Host • General Assistance
Dates: This Position is Year Round 2019
Park Host positions are available at 5 campgrounds and 3 day-use areas. Host duties vary depending on the season. The main function of a Park Host is to provide services of hospitality to park guests. In addition, Hosts are essential in allowing us to keep some parks open by performing or assisting with certain operational duties. (Updated 05/22/2019)
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: RV camp side with full Hook-up.
• Other • Trail/Campground Maintenance • General Assistance
Dates: 05/21/2019”ASAP” through September 30, 2019 (with Possibility of Extension)
Volunteer Duties: Play a vital role for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers! As a Maintenance Volunteer you are part of a team that includes volunteers, Park Rangers, Maintenance Staff, and Management. This team works to conserve our national recreation resources and keep them available to the public. Maintenance Volunteers are responsible for the upkeep of park facilities such as: restrooms, campsites, trails and natural areas. This requires cleaning and inspection of facilities for repair needs, mowing, weed trimming, picking up and trimming brush and limbs, picking up litter, etc. Work a minimum of 20 hours a week per person and live in natural outdoor setting with your own RV.
Special Skills: Customer friendly, ability to follow directions, self-starter, likes to work outdoors, and willing to work weekends. (Listed 05/21/2019)
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: A RV site with full hookups and propane are provided on the beautiful Snake River.
• Botany • Conservation Education • Weed/Invasive Species Control
Photo Courtesy of FWS
Help take care of our wildlife-friendly landscaping around the Visitor Center of Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge. Work outdoors at the beautiful Lake Lowell pruning, trimming, and weeding the water conservation garden.
Contact email@example.com or call 208-467-9278 if interested or use the link below to apply.
Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge is seeking volunteer citizen scientists to join the monarch conservation effort. Monarch numbers have greatly declined in recent years. A nationwide effort is being implemented to help researchers understand monarch breeding sites and migratory paths. This information is necessary to manage conservation for these creatures and you can help with this!
Volunteer citizen scientists will monitor Refuge milkweed patches and look for signs of monarch butterfly presence. All training will be provided, including how to identify milkweed, monarch eggs, larvae, and adults; what data to collect; and how to submit the data.
Training will take place at the Deer Flat Visitor Center (date/time TBD). Actual monitoring time commitments are flexible / TBA.
Local residents are encouraged to keep an eye out for monarch butterflies anywhere in southwest Idaho and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any sightings. Photographs and tag readings are preferred.
Contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 208-467-9278 or email@example.com for more information or to sign up as a citizen science volunteer.
Join the fun with some trail maintenance and help preserve the beauty of Pinnacles National Park!
Pinnacles National Park
East Side Visitor Center
9 am- 12 pm Trail Work
Meet at the Visitor Center where we will break up into various work crews and head out on the trails and restoratoin sites to perform maintenance and fence removal, non-native plant removal and litter pick-up. Volunteers need to wear sturdy shoes and pants to take part in trail work.
Groups larger then 5 please register by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers under 18 need parental release form signed.
• Campground Host • Trail/Campground Maintenance • Visitor Information • General Assistance
Photo Courtesy of FS
The campground is comprised of a single large loop, surrounded by a grass meadow in a Ponderosa Pine grove. The sites are large and well spaced with sites #16, 17 and 18 on a dead-end spur with no turn around. The open areas are dotted with wildflowers. It is convenient to State Hwy 114 for an overnight stay.
Elevation is 9,100 feet.
This campground is open from approximately Memorial Day weekend through mid-November. The overnight camping fee is $5.00; the host is provided a campsite. This campground has 19 campsites (four are pull-through) with tables and fireplace grates, and there are vault toilets. Tent camping and camping trailers can be accomodated. There is no water or trash service. You'll need to pack it in/pack it out. There is also no cell phone service. Host's RV must be self-contained; there are no hook ups in the campground.
The campground receives medium use. Fires are only allowed in designated fire rings. The closest town is Saguache, Colorado which is about 30 miles away.
Host duties: Have fun, provide visitor contacts; monitor sign board for damaged or missing signs; restock and tidy bathrooms; rake and clean campsites; empty out fire rings as needed; pick up trash; communicate needs such as vault pumping or dumpster service; report by radio to office the number of sites available each day.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Camp Sites Description: A self-contained RV required - no hook-ups are available.
Spend quality time in one of the nation’s most breathtaking and newest national parks by playing an important role in the protection of the unique resources of Pinnacles National Park. Come out and explore the beautiful areas Pinnacles has to offer and participate in trailwork.
Pinnacles National Park is seeking 1 enthusiastic individual for an internship with the Trails crew. Work schedule will be 40 hours per weekfrom late May to August.
Perform some basic trail maintenance tasks.
Installation and cleaning of water bars and grade dips/swales using hand tools (mattock, hoe, shovel, cross cut saw, ax, etc.).
Removal of encroaching vegetation and if necessary trail blockages like boulders or downed trees using hand tools.
Building retaining walls.
Other equipment used (outside the recommended wilderness) may include, weed trimmers, back pack leaf blowers, and cordless drills.
Hike sections of 35 miles of feral pig fence in remote, rugged areas of Pinnacles NP to assess structural effectiveness, collect data, correct minor issues and promptly report major ones.
May perform data entry as needed.
Positive attitude and ability to work as part of a team or independently.
An interest and ability to work outdoors in arduous field conditions is required. Housing is not available.
The ability to work well with staff and a diversity of park partners is required.
Willingness to work outside and hike up to 10 miles per day.
Ability to hike in steep terrain carrying up to 40 lbs of gear/equipment.
Ability to work safely in adverse weather conditions and during exposure to poison oak, biting insects, and rattlesnakes.
Attention to detail.
Must be between ages 18-35.
Must be between ages 18-35
Must be a US Citizen
• Weekly stipend ($365/week without housing) through our Youth Partner Organization: American Conservation Experience (www.usaconservation.org)
• Eligible for an Americorps Education Award, after 900 hours of service you earn $ 2,907.50 may be available
• Explore backcountry areas of the park
Deadline May 31 2019
Please submit a resume, a statement of interest including your availability, and three references to email@example.com For more information call 831-389-4486 x243 (Applications received after May15th will be reviewed on a rolling basis.)
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Bunk House Description: No housing offered, Local candidates only!
• Computers • Office/Clerical • General Assistance
Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities
Takes and delivers telephone messages for the staff and answers routine inquiries
Updates manuals and paperwork as directed by supervisors
Records and files information as directed
Monitors stock levels of a variety of office supplies
Runs copy machine
Updates spreadsheets as directed by supervisors. (radon hours)
Performing work such as preparing, receiving, reviewing, and verifying documents
Maintaining office records; locating and compiling data or information from files
Compiling information for reports
Education and Experience
Knowledge of operation of standard office equipment.
Knowledge of clerical and administrative procedures and systems such as filing and record keeping
Knowledge of principles and practices of basic office management
Communication skills - written and verbal
Pplanning and organizing
Problem assessment and problem solving
Information gathering and information monitoring
Attention to detail and accuracy
Customer service orientation
Requested Volunteer Hour Contribution
24 per week is ideal! (minimum of 8 hours necessary)
The incumbent will be provided with an NPS Volunteer shirt and hat which will need to be paired with dress pants or khakis.
Housing cannot be guaranteed, as space is limited. Beds are assigned on a first come first served basis. If available, volunteers are required to work a minimum of 35 hours per week.
First Line Supervisors
Chuck DeCroix, Johnny Merideth, Kathy Proffitt and Jennifer Shackelford
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Other Description: Limited housing is available for non-local volunteers that work at least 35 hours per week on a first come first served bases. Housing cannot be guaranteed.
RV pad with water, electric and Wi-Fi
Campsite with water, electric and Wi-Fi
VIP House - a shared three-bedroom house with two single occupancy rooms, and one double occupancy room. It also has a shared kitchen, dining and living room area, one and one-half bathroom, a television, DVD player, washer
Qradruplex Apartment Unit- double occupancy one bedroom apartment with two twin beds, shared kitchen, living room with dining table and chairs, and shared laundry facilities in each unit.
This Campground Host position is located at the Indian Well Campground in Lava Beds National Monument. The campground has 42 sites available on a first-come, first-served basis and a group site available by reservation. The monument offers a variety of recreational activities such as hiking, caving, picnicking, photography, wildlife viewing and historic sites.
Ensure campers have registered and help visitors find campsites, provide change if needed.
Patrol campground and restrooms and alert maintenance staff if needed.
Provide information to campers on regulations, recreational activities and ranger programs.
Inform camp visitors of safety concerns, such as fire conditions and weather alerts.
Gather and record visitor use data.
Notify law enforcement or supervisor if illegal activity is observed.
Complete other duties or tasks as mutually agreed upon.
Previous camping experience. Good communication skills and an ability to relate to children and adults of diverse backgrounds. Ability to work independently. Positive attitude and enjoys working with and being visible to the public. Must provide own recreational vehicle to be used as a living unit.
Driver’s license required. Physical demands include some walking and standing. A small electric vehicle (golf cart type) is provided for campsite checks. Uniform shirt and volunteer patch is provided and must be worn while working with public. Must perform work in a safe manner at all times. Volunteer will also stock the NHA firewood supplies, and sale firewood when needed.
Volunteers will participate in monument orientation, safety training, and on-the-job training as applicable and as assigned by supervisor. First-aid and CPR training will also provided by the monument.
Minimum 5 days a week/ 32 hours per week. Must be willing to work weekends and holidays. Position begins in late May and extends through early September.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: Must provide own recreational vehicle to be used as a living unit. - We have a back in RV site available will full hookups
• Office/Clerical • Other • Visitor Information • General Assistance
Photo Courtesy of NPS
Minimum commitment: 16 to32 hours per week, depending on scheduling needs.
Age requirement: minimum18 years old
Location of position: Entrance Station
Number of volunteers needed: 1 volunteer
Visitor Use Assistants (VUAs) collect entrance fees and issue recreational passes to visitors. Other duties include greeting visitors in the Entrance Station, handing out the park brochure and newspaper, answering visitor questions about the park and local area, answering the park phone, and other duties as assigned and agreed upon.
Customer service skills, phone skills, radio communications, retail sales skills, etc. are desired but can be taught if necessary. The ability to pass a fee collection background investigation is required. Must be bondable.
Additional skills such as carpentry, painting, etc. are also welcome but not required. Candidates may be asked to assist with other projects as needed by the Chief Ranger.
VUAs often stand for long periods of time and may be required to lift up to 30 lbs. Although the duty station is inside an air conditioned booth, VUAs may be exposed to extreme weather conditions (heat, direct sunlight, cold, rain, etc.).
Benefits to Volunteers (note training if applicable):
Volunteers receive training in National Park Service mission and policies. Volunteers have the opportunity to receive training in CPR and First Aid, and interpretation. Volunteers have the opportunity to enjoy the scenery, wildlife, and cultural resources of the spectacular Padre Island National Seashore, encompassing 130,434 acres.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: RV site with full hookups, propane reimbursement.
The Malheur National Forest is seeking a host for the Magone Lake Campground which is situated along its namesake lake in the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon.
The campground is set in a forest of lodgepole and ponderosa pine. Magone Lake covers about 40 acres and features both deep holes of up to 100 feet and shoals on the north side. The area offers picnicking, swimming, paddling, fishing, hiking and mountain biking opportunities. The lake contains eastern brook and rainbow trout. A boat ramp is available on-site. Motorboat use is limited to 10 horsepower motors or less, and no wake.
Magone Lake Campground offers two reservable amenities May through October, a day access picnic shelter and overnight group campsite. These sites can accommodate up to 75 people and 10 vehicles each. Twenty-one individual family campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Picnic tables and campfire rings with grills are provided, as are vault toilets and drinking water.
Hosts volunteer 5 days a week, which will include weekends and holidays, for 17 weeks. The host is not required to stay on site during days off. Hosts must provide their own RV or camp trailer in which to live onsite. Propane and septic are provided, but the campground has no electric hookups. A service-day subsistence reimbursement of $34.50 will be provided in two payments during the season – at half season and at end of season.
Season: The week before Memorial Day weekend – the week after Labor Day weekend
Schedule: Thursday – Monday
General duties include:
Greet visitors, answer questions, and be readily accessible to the public
Maintain a tidy host site and a professional, approachable appearance
Open gates to the boat dock and beach area at 6:00 AM and close them at 10:00 PM
Clean and monitor campground
Hang and take down the reservation sign at the picnic pavilion when applicable
Clean and monitor day use areas: picnic sites, pavilion, beach area and dock
Clean and monitor the one-mile Magone Lake Trail and half-mile Magone Slide Trail
Additional Campground Maintenance:
Clean and monitor campsites including garbage and debris left in fire pits
Maintain restrooms by sweeping floors, sanitizing toilets and stocking with toilet paper
Provide updates to the recreation program during weekly visits by fee collection officers
Transfer garbage collected to recreation staff or deposit it in Ranger Station dumpsters
The Forest Service will provide all supplies, tools, and equipment including:
Personal protective equipment including gloves and safety glasses
Cleaning supplies and toilet paper
UTV for use during maintenance rounds
Gas for the UTV, propane, and sewer hookup
Forest Service radio
Volunteer vest and hat
Map(s) of the Forest
Biweekly updates of reservations
Have a valid US Driver’s License
Provide a resume with references AFTER follow-up e-mail from the Malheur volunteer coordinator
If you have questions about this position, please call Kevin Green at the Prairie City Ranger District at (541) 820-3827 or email kevin.green@USDA.gov. Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Malheur National Forest!
This opportunity is ONLY for July 2019 through August 2019.
Length of Commitment: 2 weeks to 2 months, depending on applicant's preferred length of stay.
Campground Hosts are needed for the Malaquite Campground. The Malaquite Campground sits directly on the Gulf Coast Just 100 feet or so from the water.
Campground Hosts assist Park Rangers and staff in the Division of Resource Protection in the daily operation of the Bird Island Basin Campground. Be aware that our humid, salty climate may take its toll on equipment.
Selected host(s) for Malaquite Campground will be provided with an RV site with full hookups at the Malaquite Campground. Laundry facilities, ice, and a dump station are available for free in the park. The park reimburses for limited amounts of propane and provides limited amounts of fuel for generators.
Assist with campground and kiosk operations.
Check supplies of camping permits so all campers pay camping fees.
Keeps daily/weekly logs of campground use.
Rove campground and educate campers on park and campground regulations and wildlife in the area.
Provide information to visitors on recreational opportunities in the park and surrounding areas.
Hosts must work well with visitors, be courteous, friendly and willing to answer repetitive questions. Be able to remain calm and courteous during occasional hectic or emergency situations.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: An RV site is provided with full hookups at the Malaquite Campground.
* Because of the quick turn around time, preference will be given to applicants with current favorable adjudicated NPS background investigations.
Main Goals for This Position to Accomplish:
Through front line customer service, volunteers will perform a variety of customer service including campground surveys, assisting campers, and some custodial work.
Brief Description of Work to be Performed:
Hosts will serve as liaison between park users & park staff, greet and assist visitors, answer questions and explain regulations which apply to them. May assist campers in locating a campsite, Will perform light maintenance work around the campground such as litter pickup, cleaning and stocking of restrooms, provide information to park staff on potential problems, and disseminate information to campers; be familiar with local points of interest and the location of services that might be requested by campers such as towing, groceries, churches, tourist attractions and local events. Hosts shall not attempt to discipline or apprehend any park violators. Hosts will report all disturbances to park staff.
Length of Commitment:
Length of stay is a two-month commitment during the specified time schedules, June 1 – July 1 Volunteers will work a 5 day on/2 day off schedule. If leave time is needed it must be traded out with another host. Two hosts per loop is essential.
Tools, Equipment, and Vehicles to be Operated:
You will operate a golf cart, a weed eater, blower, and a small lawn mower in the scope of your duties.
Location Where Work Will Be Performed:
You will reside and work in Davis Bayou in Gulf Islands National Seashore, Mississippi District.
Physical Requirements of Work:
The work is generally seated, standing, walking, or bending with some lifting on an occasional basis. Must be physically able to perform all duties with the necessary equipment.
Benefits to the Volunteer:
Items provided to VIPs will be uniform shirts, cap and name tag, cellphone, keys, and electric vehicle, as well as a campsite will full hookups. Supervisions will be provided by the campground supervisor and maintenance lead. VIPs will be trained in campground registration procedures, rules, regulations and host responsibilities. Volunteers will be trained in maintenance duties and provided with park films, and online training as applicable. After working 250 hours VIPs are eligible for an annual Volunteer Pass for all Federal Fee Areas. Supervision will be provided by the staff at the CG office. VIPs will be trained in procedures, rules, regulations and responsibilities.
Position Supports Which Division:
Will work under the guidance and support of Stace Wilson, Visitor Use Assistant, Volunteer Supervisor Gulf Islands National Seashore (firstname.lastname@example.org) or (850) 934-2622.
Scope of Contacts:
Volunteer should expect to have constant public contact while assisting attendees and positively represent both their organization, and the NPS
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: Private RV space with full hook ups available located walking distance or a short drive from the Visitor's Center. Space is wooded with a view of the bayou.
• Construction/Maintenance • General Assistance • Weed/Invasive Species Control
Photo Courtesy of FWS
Assist with maintenance. This refuge is in need of trail maintenance, habitat management and/or native pollinator garden work along with garden maintenance, weed/invasive plant control and general upkeep. Opportunities for environmental education, nature/interpretive walks may exist as secondary activities to habitat work and building maintenance. Please note, Pets are not permitted.
Call Carol Blair, for more info: 609-463-0994
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: RV hook up--pumping out grey water is provided.
This area is remote.
Volunteering on the Yuba Ranger District, Tahoe National Forest
Welcome to the Tahoe National Forest located in the northern Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. This diverse landscape offers 850,000 acres of forests, meadows, lakes, rivers and snowcapped peaks, stretching from the foothills east of Sacramento at an elevation of 1500 feet, over the Pacific Crest at 9000 feet and down to the Nevada state line near Reno.
The unique scenic, historic, and recreation opportunities of the Tahoe National Forest, combined with its close proximity to multiple, major metropolitan areas attracts over six million visitors a year and creates one of the most popular National Forests in the country.
As a Campground Host, you will often be the first Forest representative the visiting public encounters and the first person they will consider for information regarding the area and their National Forest. Volunteer Campground Host’s are an integral part of the Forest recreation program and are critical in achieving the Forest service mission of “caring for the Land and Serving the people” as such, we are seeking individuals who can represent the Tahoe National Forest in a professional and courteous manner.
Campground Hosts are expected to be available from mid-May to mid-October, five days a week with two consecutive days off per week. Longer breaks may be considered with prior approval. Hosts are requested to be available for public interaction the majority of the day and expected to make full campground rounds early in the morning and evening. Hosts are not expected to contact visitors after daylight hours or to participate in law enforcement activities.
Excellent volunteer candidates for these positions will have the following strengths:
Outgoing personality with strong verbal communication skills
Ability to perform light maintenance work in outdoor conditions
Ability to maintain daily written logs
Ability to interact with diverse visitors while maintaining a positive, helpful and non-confrontational attitude
Host duties will include the following:
Welcoming visitors and providing appropriate Forest information
Informing visitors of National Forest regulations and campground Courtesy Rules
Encouraging fee compliance and Courtesy Rule adherence
Tracking daily arrivals and posting incoming reservations
Performing light landscape and bathroom maintenance.
Reporting emergencies and providing District Recreation staff with pertinent daily information
Setting a positive camping example for other forest visitors, keeping a clean, presentable and welcoming campsite and encouraging common courtesy throughout the campground.
Requirements of the positions
Pass a minimal background check and possess a valid state driver’s license.
Volunteer 4 hours a day / 20 hours weekly and be available other times for public interactions
Provide your own personal RV accommodations maintained to be welcoming and approachable by the public.
Local Recreation Staff will provide full training and support in duties. Hosts perform daily responsibilities independently without direct supervision. Forest Recreation employees will make near daily contact to provide support, heavy maintenance and regulatory compliance. On the Tahoe National Forest you will be working individually in your designated campground, but also as part of a larger Forest-wide campground host program with up to 35 other volunteer hosts. Specific campsite conditions vary greatly from low elevation riverside campgrounds to higher elevation, mountain, lakeside settings. The majority of Host sites have minimal services. Some may have electricity, some may have water, and some have waste holding tanks.
The Yuba Ranger District is recruiting 10 volunteer host positions for the upcoming summer camping season. Specific campground settings can be viewed via the following links
With varying and possibly minimal site services in mind, the Tahoe National Forest reimburses Volunteer Hosts $40 daily for “on duty” days. This reimbursement is intended to cover out of pocket expenses related to transportation, subsistence, propane and generator fuel that are necessary, reasonable and arise as a result of voluntary work. In order to receive this reimbursement, Hosts must be US citizens or international volunteers holding J-1, F-1 or B-1 Visas.
In addition to reimbursement, volunteer campground hosts will be provided a complimentary campsite for the season, uniform components and personal protective equipment for assigned duties. Certain sites may be provided a government golf cart or utility vehicle to perform official duties. Volunteer hosts who complete a full season in good standing will receive an Interagency Volunteer Pass, valid 12 months from the date of issue. This pass grants the holder / signee and up to 3 accompanying adult’s access to Federal Recreation sites, including BLM, FWS, NPS, and USFS sites that charge standard entrance fees, (overnight camping excluded)
Becoming a Volunteer Host in one of the nation’s premier Forests can be competitive and these positions may fill quickly. Please be ready to provide a brief resume and reference.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: RV space and $40 daily reimbursement provided
• Construction/Maintenance • Office/Clerical • Other • Visitor Information • Fish/Wildlife • General Assistance
Photo Courtesy of FWS
Assist with/ lead volunteer efforts and serve as a visitor information contact/ Nature Store host & Environmental educator. May be asked to assist with weeding and or maintaining native habitats and /or a pollinator (native) garden. Assist with closing the beach to protect beach nesting bird habitat. Assist with building maintenance and cleaning etc..... Please note, Pets are not permitted.
For more details, contact: Brian Braudis or Carol Blair (609-463-0994).
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: RV pads available, Pets are not permitted.
• Campground Host • Construction/Maintenance • Trail/Campground Maintenance • Visitor Information • General Assistance
Photo Courtesy of FS
Hapgood Pond Recreation Area is located in beautiful and rural south-central Vermont approximately 12 miles east of Manchester. The historic area is one of the first parcels of land acquired in the formation of the Green Mountain National Forest.
The recreation area consists of a 28-site campground and a day-use area with reservable pavilions, a bath house with shower facilities, a one-mile nature trail, paved parking areas and beach. The central attraction is a 12-acre pond which is stocked annually with brook trout.
Host duties include greeting visitors, cleaning restroom and shower facilities, monitoring campsite occupancy, cleaning campsites, posting reservations in the campground and on the pavilions, monitoring the water system, and stocking fee envelopes in the self service fee stations located in the day use area and campground.
Volunteer will also clean sites and one restroom at Greendale Campground in Weston approximately 20 minutes away. A vehicle to perform volunteer duties will be provided or reimbursement for private vehicle use will be authorized for safe, licensed, and approved drivers.
Hosts work 5 days a week including holidays and weekends. Hours range from 2-6 hours a day depending on visitor use but ensure time for enjoying the area. In exchange for this work, a campsite with hookups including water, septic and electric will be provided.
Couples are encouraged to apply.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Camp Sites Description: A campsite with electric, septic, and potable water hook-ups will be provided. The campsite also has a phone line.
• Conservation Education • Other • Tour Guide/Interpretation • Visitor Information • General Assistance • Weed/Invasive Species Control
Photo Courtesy of FS
September 2019 to December 2019: A host couple is needed to staff the Visitor Center at the spectacular Cape Perpetua Scenic Area in the Siuslaw National Forest. We are seeking a host couple to represent the U.S. Forest Service and connect the public to the unique natural and cultural wonders of the Scenic Area. This is a fun, rewarding job which allows creativity, flexibility and opportunities for personal growth.
Meet visitors from around the world, along with a dedicated team of local volunteers, hosts, and Forest Service staff with a variety of backgrounds and experience levels. Training will be provided from resource experts and interpreters, and you will also have chances to join FS personnel in the field.
Hosts are asked to volunteer at least 4 days each week with sometimes variable hours. The Host’s main duty will be to staff the front desk of the Visitor Center. We need people who enjoy providing excellent customer service and who enjoy learning about the natural and cultural features of this Forest. Hosts will also be able to rove the trails to contact visitors, lead interpretive programs, and work on independent and team projects.
We offer a site for a RV right on site at Cape Perpetua. Hookups include water, sewer, 30-amp electrical, and reimbursements for propane usage. There is a washer/drier on site and wireless internet service.
The Cape Perpetua Scenic Area has 27 miles of hiking trails, magnificent old-growth coastal rainforests, wilderness areas, rocky shore tide-pools, beaches, and an off-shore Marine Reserve. Nearby are the small coastal towns of Waldport and Yachats, “Gem of the Oregon Coast." This is a very desirable spot and a fun and rewarding job! Please visit the Cape Perpetua portion of the Siuslaw National Forest web site for more photos and information (http://www.fs.usda.gov/siuslaw) or go to “Discover Cape Perpetua” and “Discover Siuslaw National Forest” on Facebook. Thanks for your interest!
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: We offer a site for an RV right on site Cape Perpetua. Hookups include water, sewer, 30-amp electrical, and reimbursements for propane usage. There is a washer/dryer on site and wireless internet service.
• Conservation Education • Other • Tour Guide/Interpretation • Visitor Information • General Assistance • Weed/Invasive Species Control
Photo Courtesy of FS
September 2019 to November 2019: Friendly Host couple is needed to staff the Visitor Center at the spectacular Cape Perpetua Scenic Area in the Siuslaw National Forest. We are seeking a host couple to represent the U.S. Forest Service and connect the public to the unique natural and cultural wonders of the Scenic Area. This is a fun, rewarding job which allows creativity, flexibility and opportunities for personal growth.
This is a fun, rewarding job which allows creativity, flexibility and opportunities for personal growth. Cape Perpetua has 26 miles of hiking trails, magnificent old-growth rainforests, wilderness areas, rocky shore tide pools and a Marine Reserve.
Summer is an exciting time on the Oregon Coast when you will meet visitors from around the world. You will work together with a dedicated team of local volunteers, hosts, and FS staff with variety of different backgrounds and experience levels. Training will be provided from resource experts and interpreters, and you will also have chances to join FS personnel in the field.
Hosts are asked to work 4 days each week with sometimes variable hours. The host’s main duty will be to staff the front desk of the visitor center. We need people who enjoy providing excellent customer service and who enjoy learning about the natural and cultural features of this Forest. Hosts will also be able to rove the trails to contact visitors, lead interpretive programs, and work on independent and team projects.
We offer a site for a RV at a work center about 8 miles from Cape Perpetua. Hookups include water, sewer, 30 amp electrical, wireless internet and reimbursements for propane usage. There is a washer/drier and wireless internet service available at Cape Perpetua.
The Cape Perpetua Scenic Area has 26 miles of hiking trails, magnificent old-growth coastal rainforests, wilderness areas, rocky shore tide-pools, beaches, and an off-shore Marine Reserve. Nearby are the small coastal towns of Yachats Waldport. Please visit the Cape Perpetua portion of the Siuslaw National Forest web site for photos and information (http://www.fs.usda.gov/siuslaw) or go to “Discover Cape Perpetua” and “Discover Siuslaw National Forest” on Facebook. Please contact coordinator for details. Thanks for your interest!