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Vermont State Parks has a few openings for fall 2017 and will have a variety of campground volunteer opportunities in 2018!
For the latest information and to apply for volunteer opportunities in Vermont State Parks, please visit our website directly at: https://www.vtstateparks.com/volunteering.html#campgroundVolunteers
Vermont State Parks has over 50 volunteer opportunities in campgrounds and day use areas. Below is a general description of what to expect.
General Park Operations Volunteer
Duties include assisting park staff with day-to-day operations and maintenance tasks. These can include staffing the park entrance station, cleaning campsites and restrooms, mowing lawns, landscaping, painting and general upkeep of park facilities. Volunteers serve as the emergency contact overnight one to two weeknights per week while the resident park ranger is off duty.
All staff receive on the job training for all duties. Uniforms provided.
30 hours per week
assignments begin in early May and last as long as mid-October.
Volunteers are provided a full hookup site to facilitate their experience. Actual amenities vary by park.
You may apply now for 2017 openings. Applications for 2018 openings will be accepted beginning October 1, 2017.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Camp Sites Description: campsites with water, 30 or 50 amp electric and sewer hookup available; cell service, satellite tv reception and wifi availibility vary by park.