Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park – 4 month host roles available beginning October and November, 2020Five RV sites with complete hook-ups over the Big Sur River in a breathtaking redwood woodland. 35′ restriction, no pull-through. More or less 40 moments south of Carmel, this popular 189-site campground offers hiking trails, river access, waterfalls, a Nature Center, a lodge and restaurant concession. Duties vary and include camp checks, firewood product product sales, staffing the character Center, kiosk procedure and interpretation. Unreliable phone, internet and satellite solution, but the majority neighborhood organizations offer sufficient internet. Hosting possibilities year-round that is available. Look at the PFEIFFER BIG SUR INTERNET SITE to learn more about this state park. Forward finished applications to Betty. Macpherson@parks.ca.gov or 47555 Highway 1, Big Sur, Ca 93920. Contact Betty Macpherson at (831) 667-2363 to find out more.
All host roles are filled for the 2020/2021 season. Applications aren’t being accepted at the moment.
Bolsa Chica State Beach provides a combination that is extraordinary of recreation near to tidal wetlands wildlife. Host duties include camper enrollment, camp checks, light maintenance, supplying general general general public information, etc.
Note: This rayas park is operated through an understanding with Napa County Regional Park and Open area District. The campground and yurt host place includes a complete hook-up campsite within the breathtaking top Napa Valley. Work may be approximately 24-30 hours a week. Duties will include offering firewood, assisting the employees with publishing booking information, assisting campers with basic park information along side assisting staff with explanation of park foibles making use of voluntary conformity practices, light housekeeping in restrooms, campsites and yurts.
If interested, please send state park volunteer host application or even a application. Make sure to use in your email, your rig size and amperage requirements, your available times and reference contacts.
Contact Host Coordinator: jason. Jordan@countyofnapa.org.
Butano State Park(April 1st – November 30th) Hosts are required in this redwood that is beautiful situated between Santa Cruz and san francisco bay area. Duties consist of campground registration/visitor assistance and maintenance that is light. Hook-ups are supplied while the host web web site can accommodate a 37′ rv. Please contact Ranger Shawn Wilson at (650) 879-2027 or by email at shawn. Wilson@parks.ca.gov.
Calaveras Big Trees State Park
(Availability belated April through October) The North Grove host site is a 36′ paved website with water, sewer and electric hook-ups. There was a phone line towards the site the host can stimulate through AT&T. The North Grove Campground has 73 web web internet sites.
The Oak Hollow Campground host web web site is just a 30′ paved website with water, sewer and electric hook-ups. There’s absolutely no phone or internet access. The Oak Hollow Campground has 55 internet web sites.
Contact Ranger Barry Robertson at (209) 795-2334, or by e-mail at Barry. Robertson@parks.ca.gov.
Carpinteria State Beach
Carpinteria State Beach doesn’t have Host vacancies at as soon as. The typical visit is 3 months as much as at the most half a year.
Camp Host duties include camper enrollment, gathering charges, staffing the customer center, firewood product product product sales (Hosts must certanly be in a position to lift as much as 25 lbs. ), light upkeep and reporting incidents and emergencies. Camp Hosts have the chance to provide programs which can be interpretive Maintenance Host duties include restroom cleansing, upkeep tasks, grounds maintaining and reporting of incidents and emergencies.
Host campsites have actually a picnic table, fire band, electricity, water and sewer hookups.
Please contact Teddy Vecchione at either 805-746-3395 Tuesday –Thursday from 8-4 or by email at teodoro. Vecchione@parks.ca.gov.
Castle Crags State Park
All of our camp host roles are filled when it comes to 2020 camping season. Please check always back autumn, 2020 for details about the 2021 summertime.
Located over the top Sacramento River in Northern Ca, this park could be the gateway to your Shasta-Trinity National Forest; house to world-class fishing, climbing, and outside adventure. We now have two campgrounds at Castle Crags State Park and every have one Camp Host web web site. Our campground that is main has campsites and Riverside Campground has 12 campsites. Our Camp Host internet web sites have complete hookups (30A), a picnic dining dining table, and a fire band. Laundry facilities can be found on location. Camp Host duties consist of gathering costs, performing camp checks, supplying visitor information, and light housekeeping. Our period starts in May and leads to September. Self-contained automobiles are a necessity. Please contact Ranger Todd Barto at 530-235-2684 or email at todd. Barto@parks.ca.gov.