Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park (access 12 months around) Indian Grinding Rock SHP is really a little park having a 23-site campground nestled into the pines, cedars and oaks associated with Sierra Nevada foothills, located off scenic Highway 88 southeast of Sacramento. Addititionally there is a regional Indian museum at the park, historic towns nearby as well as the Mokelumne River simply a quarter-hour away. If a bit of good and DEPENDABLE hosts are seeking a brand new place, contact Ranger Lee Eal at (209) 296-7475 or e-mail Lee. Eal@parks.ca.gov.
Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park(Availability year around) This park features significantly more than 10,000 acres of redwoods, as well as the crazy and scenic Smith River. Host web site has hook-ups that are full but no phone solution (Cellular works in many areas of campground). Camp host duties consist of assisting with campground enrollment, firewood product product sales, staffing visitor center, and doing maintenance that is light. We now have a partnership that is active the Redwood nationwide Parks. Please contact the Marnin Robbins at 707-445-6547ext. 29 or marnin. Robbins@parks.ca.gov to learn more.
Lake Oroville State Recreation Area we have been currently completely staffed with volunteer camp hosts. Lake Oroville SRA is situated about 75 kilometers north of Sacramento and it has three campgrounds that are hook-up/tent all of these offer convenient full hook-ups for the camp hosts. Chosen camp hosts provides help to rangers and visitor solution staff, offer information and guidelines to your public, offer firewood and help out with campground enrollment and charge collection. Camp host needs to be offered to focus on weekends and breaks. Continue reading