• Campground Host • Other • General Assistance
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Beaver Lake Winter Campground Hosts For/Dam Site River, Lost Bridge North, Prairie Creek, Horseshoe Bend, and Hickory Creek:
The primary duty of the Winter Campground Host is to staff the campground entrance station when the contracted park attendant is finished for the summer season. The host shall provide a minimum of 24 hours of volunteer service per week and may serve for the entire winter season, November through March. The hosts will have various work details to include fee collecting, cleaning restrooms, and general park maintenance as agreed upon. Additional volunteer activities may be necessary to meet hour requirements, but can be arranged through the volunteer coordinator.
Specific duties include: Inform incoming campers of registration policies and explain how to reserve a campsite through our local winter policy. Assist campers with frequently asked questions, locating their campsite, and assist campers with filling out registration cards. Maintain a list of campers who arrive during your tour of duty; focus on greeting and providing information to new arrivals. Assist with other duties as available and scheduled, as approved with the volunteer coordinator.
1. Work at least 24 hours per week 2. File volunteer log service record monthly 3. Keep accurate track of campers and fee log book 4. Winter Camp hosts must change locations after 3 consecutive winters at the same park. 5. All applicants must be at least 18 years old
Questions may be addressed to the Beaver Lake Project Office to Mr. Brian Walch at 501-340-1725. (Updated 01/31/2018)
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: Volunteers selected for this position are assigned a campsite in the respective campground with water, electric, and sewer hookups. In exchange for 24 hours volunteer service, the Beaver Project will provide one campsite pad, with full hook up. The full hook up includes water, septic sewer, and electricity at no charge for the Winter Camping season.