Stanislaus River Parks - Orange Blossom Recreation Area
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Volunteers are needed for three-month terms. Volunteer park hosts ensure that the park entrance gate opens in the morning and is secured at sunset. They conduct periodic walkthroughs of the park, greet the public and answer questions. Volunteer park hosts do not enforce regulations; however, they are expected to be additional eyes and ears of the park rangers. Park hosts may be needed to assist during emergencies.
Hosts days off are either Tuesday to Wednesday or Wednesday to Thursday.
Orange Blossom Recreation Area is a well-known takeout point for river rafters and authorized for day use only. No overnight camping is available for visitors. Orange Blossom Recreation Area has high visitation from Memorial weekend through Labor Day, and park hosts will be required to operate the entrance booth as needed. The fall and winter seasons see moderate to low visitation.
In exchange for volunteer services, hosts will be provided with, an RV site, electricity, water, and sewage at no charge. The host is required to maintain a telephone at their own expense. The park address is 12748 Rodden Road, Oakdale, CA, 95361.
Start Date - 2022-04-01
End Date - 2022-09-30
Hosts Housing Amenities: RV/Trailer Pads
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Oakdale, CA 95361
December 29, 2021
- People 55+