Live at Rancho Jurupa Park in your motorhome or trailer and work at beautiful Jensen-Alvardo Historical Ranch. Duties will include customer service, feeding animals, gardening, and interpretive work.
The primary role of a camp host is to provide park visitors with information, assistance and services. This is accomplished by encouraging compliance with park rules and regulations, acting as a contact in the event that emergencies occur when a ranger is off duty, and, when trained and authorized, collecting fees from a kiosk. Depending on the location, additional camp host roles may include, interpreting resources, maintaining facilities and/or landscaping, removing litter, making simple repairs, and performing light housekeeping and janitorial duties or other work as assigned to support park operations.
Camp Host volunteers fulfill a minimum of 20 work hours per week in exchange for a rent-free campsite, which includes electrical (nominal monthly fee), water, and sewer hookups, where hosts may park a suitable motor home or travel trailer in good repair, subject to approval by the site supervisor.
To acquire, protect, develop, manage, and interpret for the inspiration, us and enjoyment of all people, a well-balanced system of park related places of outstanding scenic, recreational, and historic importance.
Riverside County Parks is the common name often used to refer to the units operated by the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District (District). These units include: Business Operations, Regional Parks, Resources, Trails, Open Space, and Recreation. The District’s focus encompasses providing high-quality recreational opportunities and preserving important features of the County’s Natural, Cultural and Historical heritage.