Sam Rayburn Lake Campground Host

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ORGANIZATION: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

1.San Augustine, Mill Creek, and Rayburn Parks: The Camp Host(s) will provide general information and customer service to registered campers and park customers by answering general questions about the campground, perform check-ins/outs of registered campers, issue camping tags, perform minor groundskeeping duties such as mowing campsites and recreation areas as needed, clearing campsites and roadways of debris (leaf litter/pine straw) as needed, minor restroom cleanings (as needed), working with their fellow volunteers at the park and performing other duties as assigned. Volunteers will also assist with the Water Safety Program, informing visitors about Watery Safety, maintaining life-jacket loaner boards (where available) and working with both the Volunteer Program and Water Safety Program Coordinators to perform and record water safety contacts. All volunteers and anyone, physically living with the volunteer (18 years of age and older) must submit to a Background Check. Only individuals who can pass the Background Check will be accepted as Campground Host volunteers and/or allowed to live onsite within the campground. Campground Host volunteers will provide 20 service hours a week (80 service hours a month) per individual in exchange for their campsite, see Additional Requirements for more information. It is encouraged that Campground Host Volunteers at a park work together to create their own schedule. Volunteer service days are rendered seven days a week and on Holidays. Schedules vary from park to park. Fore more information on schedules, please contact the Lake POC.

a.San Augustine Park: 100 campsites, with a group (day-use) pavilion, three restrooms, playground, swim beach and boat ramp. All camping reservations and group pavilion rental are handled through Recreation.gov. Volunteers are not responsible for processing any transactions and are not allowed to make reservations and/or process payment on behalf of the customer. The boat ramp and swim beach are available to both registered campers and day-use customers. Day-use customers make payment for daily boat launch and/or swim beach fees at the automated fee machine, located within the park.

b.Rayburn Park: 50 campsites, two restrooms, two boat ramps and one playground. All reservations are processed through Recreation.gov. Volunteers are not responsible for processing any transactions and are not allowed to make reservations and/or process payment on behalf of the customer. The boat ramp is available to both registered campers and day-use customers. Day-use customers can pay their daily launch fees at the automated fee machine, located within the park.

c.Mill Creek Park: 110 campsites, four restrooms, one group shelter, one swim beach, one playground, and one boat ramp. All reservations are processed through Recreation.gov. Volunteers are not responsible for processing any transactions and are not allowed to make reservations and/or process payment on behalf of the customer. The boat ramp is available to both registered campers and day-use customers. Day-use customers can pay their daily launch fees at the automated fee machine, located within the park.

Start Date - 2024-06-05

End Date - 2025-06-04

Activities include: Campground/Site Host;Campground Maintenance;Computers;General Assistance;Other;Trail/Campground Maintenance;Visitor Information

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441 G St NW, Washington, DC 20314, US

Mission Statement

The Natural Resources Management Program delivers safe public access to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ lands and waters in a manner that protects all project purposes and mission areas through responsible outdoor recreation, environmental conservation and land use management while partnering with communities to serve the American people.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers delivers vital engineering solutions, in collaboration with our partners, to secure our Nation, energize our economy, and reduce disaster risk.

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Rt 3 Box 486Jasper, TX 75951

(30.92565,-94.00916)
 

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