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Old 04-03-2014, 10:48 AM   #1
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Recruiting 2 RVers -Alaska State Parks

Hi folks.
One of our past camphosts suggested posting on this site to recruit RVers interested in being camphosts in Alaska. Our parks have had several repeat hosts but they have moved on to other regions now. Interior Alaska boasts gorgeous summers, plentiful wildlife, good fishing and excellent berry picking to name a few things. We would love to find a few outgoing, kind-hearted people to help with the day-to-day operations and light maintenance of our fabulous parks.
2 Camp Host Positions with Alaska State Parks – Northern Area
Olnes Pond is located at mile 10.5 Elliot Highway, 20 minutes north of Fairbanks. There are 15 campsites with low use on weekdays and moderate use on weekends. This area has recently returned to active management by Alaska State Parks. The small pond is surrounded by forests and has several trails accessing the Chatanika River. There are no hookups or dump sites available for RVs though there are several to be found in Fairbanks.
Harding Lake is located along the Richardson Highway 45 miles south of Fairbanks. There are 25 campsites and an active day use area featuring a popular boat launch. This area has electrical hookups and a dumpsite for the host as well as water available on site.
There is a $400/month stipend paid to our hosts to help offset food costs.
For more information contact Brian Charlton at brian.charlton@alaska.gov or 907-451-2753.
You can also find more information at Alaska State Parks Volunteer Program Index
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