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Spring Creek Campground is located on a large bench above the Wild and Scenic Salmon River 18 miles west of North Fork, Idaho. The Campground consists of 5 developed campsites, numerous undeveloped sites and a boat ramp. This Host opportunity is late in the season because the campground fills with hunters and fisherman. For more information on Spring Creek Campground, please visit: http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/scnf/recreation/camping-cabins/recarea/?recid=76086&actid=29.
The most important job of a Campground Host is to help provide an enjoyable camping experience for the public. This can include greeting campers, answering questions and helping them feel at home. The Host is the first and sometimes the only contact with campground users. Hosts are also expected to inform visitors of rules and regulations, perform minor maintenance, inspect the campground, ensure fees are paid, pick-up garbage, clean/stock restrooms, keep records of campground use, and fill out some forms.
A Campground Host must work well with people and maintain a neat appearance. A Host can expect to be on-site five days per week, especially on weekends and heavy use holidays. You must also be physically able to perform some raking, shoveling and sweeping. Reimbursement for subsistence is provided.
Note: Application reviews will begin July 1st, and applicants should hear from us by the end of July.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Camp Sites Description: The campground does not have water/sewer/electric hookups for campers or RVs but both water and toilets are available within the campground. Host to provide own trailer or camper.