Big Basin Redwoods State ParkAvailable for Might through October. Big Basin Redwoods State Park is seeking enthusiastic and dependable camp hosts. Big Basin Redwoods is located when you look at the heart associated with the Santa Cruz Mountains south of bay area. Big Basin has got the difference to be Ca’s oldest State Park, along with house to your largest growth that is old woodlands south of Humboldt County. Camp host duties consist of assisting staff with cost collection, doing checks associated with campground, supplying site site visitors with park information, light housekeeping, map and timber product sales, and reporting incidents and emergencies. Maximum length is 37 foot for trailers and engine houses and 30 amp electricity, water, sewer and a landline phone are supplied. Complimentary Wi-Fi is present at Park Headquarters. The park is found 9 kilometers through the city of Boulder Creek which includes shops, a fuel section, and restaurants. If you are considering being fully a camp host in this historic and redwood that is beautiful please contact Ranger Alex Tabone at alex. Tabone@parks.ca.gov or call 831-338-8862.
Andrew Molera State Park – 4 thirty days host position available beginning in October, 2020One RV website with complete hook ups plus one RV website with water and sewer (no electricity). 35′ limitation, no pull-through. Both internet web sites are found in a area shut towards the public. There is absolutely no campground only at that park. Typical duties include assisting with kiosk operations, parking, trail and coastline monitoring. This park that is coastal regarding the west side of Highway 1 and features use of a backwoods coastline. Just mobile phones in the AT&T system shall work. No satellite or internet reception. Hosting possibilities available year-round. Found about half an hour south of Carmel. Look at the ANDREW MOLERA INTERNET SITE to learn more about this state park. Forward finished applications to Betty. Macpherson@parks.ca.gov or 47555 Highway 1, Big Sur, Ca 93920. Contact Betty Macpherson at (831) 667-2363 to find out more.
That is a park that is remote the top Sur shore, using the nearest solutions 11 kilometers away (20 mins) and «city» (Carmel/Monterey) 40 kilometers away (one hour). Julia Pfeiffer Burns, house to McWay Falls, is among the area’s many popular destinations. It really is positioned across the stunning, tough Big Sur Coast and offers hiking trails, scenic views, as well as 2 ecological campsites. Host duties consist of greeting and visitors that are assisting path monitoring, map and firewood product sales, interpretation, and light facility maintenance. Smaller rigs are chosen as there was restricted turnaround area and requires backing in on a curved road over a bridge that is narrow. Hosts with bigger rigs (over 26′) are encouraged to scout the place before you apply. No pull-through. Hosting possibilities designed for springtime, fall and summer periods. Look at the JULIA PFEIFFER BURNS INTERNET SITE to learn more about this state park. Forward finished applications to Betty. Macpherson@parks.ca.gov or 47555 Highway 1, Big Sur, Ca 93920. Contact Betty Macpherson at (831) 667-2363 to learn more.