• Campground Host • Other • General Assistance
(John H. Kerr Reservoir is on the Virginia & North Carolina border)
John H. Kerr Reservoir is a massive 50,000 acre lake located near Boydton, Virginia and extends 39 miles up the Roanoke River along 900 miles of wooded shoreline that stretches across three counties in Virginia and three in North Carolina. Throughout the Kerr Lake area, you can find opportunities to boat, fish, camp, swim, picnic, hike, and hunt. The Corps of Engineers operate four campgrounds and numerous day-use facilities for boat launching, swimming and picnicking. Intensive wildlife management techniques are also employed in twenty-six developed areas, consisting of over 10,000 acres of land. These areas provide opportunities for hunting, hiking, and wildlife watching.
Palmer Point Day Use Volunteer Park Host:
Palmer Point Park Day Use Area is a small day use recreation area which features a boat launch, swimming beach, day use shelter, and 3 vault toilets (no running water located in this park).
Volunteer hours include 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (including the Monday of Memorial Day weekend, Monday July 4th and the Monday of Labor day weekend). Major duties include greeting the public and providing customer service. Work inside fee booth, inform park visitors about the $4 day use fee and collect money. Provide monetary change (volunteer funds will be used to provide change). Answer telephone and radio calls. (Listed 08/06/2015)
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: Volunteer will reside at the Park Attendant campsite directly adjacent to the gate house. Free electricity, water and sewer will be provided.