• Campground Host • Other • Trail/Campground Maintenance • General Assistance
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Cold Brook Campground Host:
Volunteer Duties: Camp hosts greets visitors, and provides directions, hospitality and information to campground guests. Camp hosts instruct visitors on camping fees, self-pay guidelines and other rules. Camp hosts help in the upkeep of facilities and grounds, including light cleaning and restocking of 2 vault toilets, litter pick-up and trash removal around the campground and the beach area, and the cleaning out of fire rings.
Special Skills: Camp hosts needs good verbal communication skills and the ability to answer questions, along with a positive attitude. Camp host must also have a good work ethic and be able to communicate and provide interference with Rangers and local Law Enforcement. Camp hosts should have the physical ability to walk the campground loop and visit campsites, pick up trash and light cleaning.
Disclaimer: There is a flood warning system in place that sets off a siren before parts of the campground might flood. The camp host must be aware of the system and what to do when the siren goes off. In a normal year flooding might occur once; which generally effects 4 or 5 of the 13 sites. (Listed 11/29/2018)
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: The camp host is given free camping at a camp pad that has water and electrical hook ups in return for being available to visitors 6 days a week and light cleaning, litter pick up and visitor interactions throughout the week, usually working around 20-30 hours a week.