Known for its old-growth temperate rainforests, Olympic National Park is also graced with subalpine meadows and lake basins, glacier-covered mountain peaks, and one of the largest remaining portions of wild ocean coastline in the contiguous United States. Our campgrounds are equally diverse with a combination of busy front-country sites and more remote, less-visited locations.
The commitment for campground hosts is May 2019- September 30, 2019. Camp hosts are asked to volunteer a minimum of 32 hours a week assisting Park staff with general campground responsibilities and acting as the front-line contact for campers. Each location has unique character and hosts will work with rangers to learn about area responsibilities. Most host sites are provided electric, sewer, and water hook ups. Other amenities depend on the location. We recommend that interested applicants have their own self-contained RVs or trailers.
Camp hosts should enjoy being in contact with people and be able to greet the public in a friendly, helpful manner. Applicants should have initiative and willingness to learn; you should also have the ability to make sound, common sense decisions with an emphasis on safety.
Danielle Archuleta is the camp host manager. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the volunteer oppurtunity.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Camp Sites Description: Most locations will provide with a campsite with full hookups (water, electrical, etc). No additional facilities are provided. It is recommended that applicants have a self-contained RV, trailer, or similar unit.