• Campground Host • Visitor Information
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Luna White Deer Campground is in need of camp host for the summer of 2017
Nestled between two deep clear lakes, Luna-White Deer campground provides a get-away-from-it-all north woods experience where you can hear the call of the loons at night and see lots of wildlife by day. Half of the campsites front on two lakes. There is a swim beach and picnic area on White Deer Lake and a boat landing on Luna Lake. Motors are prohibited on both lakes. White Deer Lake has fishing for rainbow trout, perch, bluegill, and largemouth bass. Luna Lake has fishing for largemouth and rock bass, perch, pumpkinseed and bluegill. A four mile long trail with great vistas circles the two lakes.
There are 36 campsites available at Luna White Deer. Sites can be used for tents and RV camping. Each site has a campfire ring and a picnic table. Vault toilets and drinking water are also available. The campground has trash collection and a recycling area. Fuel, fishing supplies, firewood, ice, and restaurants are within 20 miles of campground, nearby community is Eagle River and Three Lakes. Campground is located in Forest County
General duties of a campground host include:
Campground hosts will serve as the first contact many campers will have with the Forest Service. The experience should leave campers with a positive attitude.
Greet visitors, provide information, and display a courteous and helpful demeanor when rendering assistance to visitor questions.
Campground hosts will serve as an important link to the Forest Service Recreation staff.
Clean and resupply 9 vault bathrooms daily. On busy weekends, host will check the bathrooms twice a day.
Campsites and fire rings will be cleaned after a campsite is vacated.
Check the boat landing area and beach daily.
Perform some light maintenance as needed.
Assist visitors during any severe inclement weather related emergencies.
Encourage visitors to “do the right things” by following all Forest Service rules and local regulations.
Campground hosts are not responsible for collecting recreation fees.
Hosts will report any violations to their principal agency contact who will have the authority to enforce regulations.
We ask for at least a one month commitment, or as long as a full season. Season is May 4th to October 10th. Hosts will be expected to serve a minimum of 25-30 hours a week. This includes Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Service needs will revolve around the busy weekends. Being on the host site for the busy weekends is a must.
Be identifiable, visible, and be a positive representative of the Forest Service. Maintain a groomed appearance when communicating with visitors.
Host campsite will be tidy and welcoming to visitors.
Have adequate housing for extended periods of time.
Be in good physical condition and able to walk the campground several times a day.
All host duties are performed in a variety of weather conditions including rain, humidity and heat, and varying temperatures.
Hosts are provided with a free campsite. There is no electricity. There is water nearby. The campground has no dump station. Sites accommodate camping units up to 40 feet in length.
From the intersection of Highway 70 and 45 southeast of Eagle River drive east 13.4 miles on Highway 70 to FR 2176. Turn right (south) and drive 5.6 miles to FR 2188 Turn right (north) and continue 0.7 miles to the campground.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: Hosts are provided with a free campsite. There is no electricity, no water hook up, no dump station. Your site will be a beautiful setting on a lake site close to bathrooms and a water supply.