Campground Host: Furnace Creek Campground, Fall 2022
ORGANIZATION: National Park Service
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This campground is located in the Furnace Creek area of Death Valley National Park. Hosts are responsible for performing compliance checks two to three times a day plus the other duties mentioned above.
The host sites are full hookups but a surge protector is highly recommended since there can be power fluctuations. Hosts will be reimbursed for propane use.
Most cell phone carriers work in the Furnace Creek area but data use can be slow during high periods of visitation. There are some amenities located half a mile from the campground including a few restaurants, small convenience store, gas station, post office, laundry facilities, pool and golf course. WIFI is not provided but hosts can pay for internet access at the private resort located a half mile from the campground. The closest full sized grocery store, pharmacy, and medical services is located 65 miles away in Pahrump, NV.
General Position Description:
Camp hosts reside in their own RV and are responsible for greeting visitors and helping guests solve problems in a friendly and professional manner. Hosts wear the National Park Service Volunteer uniform while on duty. Camp hosts must work well with people while being personable and neat in appearance. Walking between 1 and 5 miles a day is required to perform the campground rounds in all kinds of weather. No vehicles are provided for this. Hosts work 32 - 40 hours each week, often during the busy holidays or weekends. No fee collection is required.
A minimum of 3 months commitment is preferred with host.
The host sites are full hookups, free laundry facilities at Cow Creek, reimbursement for propane use, use of employee pool.
Start Date - 2022-10-11
End Date - 2023-01-15
Activities include: Campground/Site Host;General Assistance;Trail/Campground Maintenance;Visitor Information
Hosts Housing Amenities: RV/Trailer Pads
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CA-190Death Valley, CA 92328
May 29, 2022
- Outdoor Recreation
- Water Recreation
- People 55+