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Francis Marion National Forest is looking for YOU!
We have an active campground host program and are looking for hosts to provide a presence and assist at Buckhall campground and day use area. The host is the eyes and ears of the recreation area and is able to protect the facilities and natural resources within the designated area. As the camphost you are the face of the forest service and amazing customer service goes a long way. Within the area of Buck Hall you have a boat landing, the southern terminus of the state wide Palmeto Trail, campground, overflow parking area, day use area with a pavillion that gets rented out on recreation.gov, and a fishing pier. Buck Hall Recreation Area sits on the intercoastal waterway with views of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge in the background.
There are 14 electric RV pad campsites, 5 tent sites, 1 bath house and 1 day use restroom within this area. Camp host can stay in the position up to 6 months and have full hook ups. Host work 20 - 25 hours a week 5 days a week.
If you have additional questions please contact the volunteer coordinator.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: Forest Service campground at Buck Hall offer host electric, water, sewer, picnic table and fire pit. The host site can can accommodate up to a 40ft in length RV.