Campground Host Jobs

Hosts work 20 to 40 hours per week depending on the facility

Where Do Hosts Live?

Volunteer hosts live in their own RV, motor home, or trailer, at a special camp site. Some housing may be available on a first come first serve basis. Alaska State Park campgrounds are rustic, but clean and beautiful. Each campsite has a parking pad, a picnic table, and a fire pit. Each campground has water, latrines, and refuse containers. Some host locations have access to telephone and electricity. The campgrounds are near recreation attractions – lakes, streams, mountains, fishing, and wonderful views.

What Will Hosts Receive?

Campground hosts stay free in an Alaska State Park campground and have free use of all facilities. Each host or host couple will be trained and will receive a Lifetime Adventures uniform. Hosts receive from $7.15 to $8 per hour.

Campground attendant: help with the day-to-day operation and maintenance of campgrounds, including litter patrols, light janitorial maintenance, and repairs. Special park projects can be designed based on a host’s skills and interests. All hosts must have enthusiasm for working with the public, a willingness to learn about Alaska, and the desire to accept new challenges. Also included in this job is helping the guide prepare the trip; heavy lifting is required. Some housing may be available on a first come first serve basis. Attendants receive from $7.15 to $8 per hour.

 Bike/sea kayak/rental center staff

Our rental center is located at Eklutna Lake. The center staff must have knowledge of sea kayaking, mountain biking small-rentalhouseand be able to perform minor repairs to equipment. This person will be teaching basic kayak skills and leading groups on waterand bikes, so prior experience is suggested. CPR/First Aid is required.

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