The Recreation Site Host will determine his or her own "on-duty" and "off-duty" hours. It is expected that the Host will spend a minimum of at least four days and four nights at the recreation site each week. Volunteers will not work more than 25 hours a week, 8 hours a day, from sunup to sundown only. Volunteers are required to notify the BLM of any absence greater than two days and to provide reasonable notice of intention to leave.
A. Visitor Services The host will be expected to serve as a visitor services/ interpretive resource person equipped to discuss and answer campground visitor inquiries concerning regional natural history, nearby points of interest, local road conditions, types of recreational activities in the area, and so forth.
-Inform visitors of local sites and recreational opportunities
-Answer any questions or direct visitors to the Lake Havasu Field Office for more information
-Document any illegal activity and report back to law enforcement
-Inform visitors of the 14 day dispersed camping regulations
-Monitor 14 day use compliance
-Inform visitors of Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly principles
B. Site Maintenance The host will monitor for illegal dumping on a daily basis and report any maintenance and supply needs to BLM staff. Host will always wear proper personal protective equipment and limit use of mechanized equipment to assigned project area.
-Collect litter for BLM pick up
-Inform BLM of large trash dumps
-Keep a log of camper entry and exit to ensure 14 day use compliance
C. Maintain Host Station/Personal Property The host will be responsible for compliance with all Federal and State laws regarding the licensing and insuring of their personal automobiles. The host will be responsible for their personal belongings. All recreation site rules and regulations apply to the host
-RV and personal equipment should be licensed, in working order, and clean.
-Personal belongings will be kept within assigned host area.
-Any belonging kept outside of the RV will be preapproved by BLM.
-A maximum of two volunteer owned vehicles may be kept on site. All vehicles and trailers must be kept in working condition. No vehicle maintenance or servicing is authorized on site.
D. Emergencies/Law Enforcement The host will have a list of phone numbers and addresses of local law enforcement personnel and regional medical emergency services for the benefit of those campground visitors who may need assistance.
-Contact law enforcement in case of illegal activities and noncompliance
-Contact law enforcement in case of any hostile recreation site visitors
-Contact emergency services when needed
III. HOST INITIATIVE
BLM values the host's service as a volunteer. The host is in a position to help solve many unforeseeable problems which are bound to arise. This agency, and the visitors to this facility, will benefit greatly from the host's presence here and from whatever experience or expertise the host may bring. BLM will endeavor to act positively upon suggestions or comments the host may have concerning the recreation site and its operation. It is hoped that the host will also benefit from his/her stay at Lake Havasu Field Office campgrounds and areas.
The host shall project a favorable image for the BLM by adhering to the rules and regulations of the recreation site. The host shall deal with the public in a friendly, courteous, and firm manner. The host may work with a variety of BLM specialists. The host is expected to maintain a cordial working relationship with BLM staff personnel.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Description: Dry Camping no hookups.
Dumpster,Septic Dump Station, & Water Hose provided at field office.