2024 Campground Host - Pittsburg Campground Host - Site #1 - April 2024

Tasks and Activities of this host position are as follows:

  • Collect camping fees at campground booth, on site, or from the Iron Ranger program
  • Utilize RS2 computer to register campers. Print receipts and reports
  • Manage reservations. Print and post incoming reservations. Check in arrivals and check out departures
  • Assist campers in locating vacant campsites when needed
  • Greet park visitors in a professional and courteous manner and provide information about park facilities and regulations when requested
  • Remove expired camping tickets from campsite posts daily
  • Account for all money collected and receipts used. Put receipts in safe each night at the end of shift
  • Assist in correcting minor rule violations

Custodial Host Duties

  • Responsible for cleaning Lake House, Yurts, shower houses, restrooms, and other assigned maintenance duties.
  • Assist with light trash pickup in campground
  • Check campsites and restrooms. Report maintenance and/or safety issues to Superintendents/lead maintenance worker.

Schedule Summary

This activity occurs between Monday, April 01, 2024 and Tuesday, April 30, 2024

  • Monday - All Day
  • Tuesday - All Day
  • Wednesday - All Day
  • Thursday - All Day
  • Friday - All Day
  • Saturday - All Day
  • Sunday - All Day

About Pomme de Terre State Park

With locations on both the Hermitage and Pittsburg sides of Pomme de Terre Lake, Pomme de Terre State Park offers a little bit of everything. A marina and boat ramps make it easy to get in the water and fish for bass, walleye, catfish, crappie, or muskie. Two public swimming beaches make for great places to cool off or laze the day away. Two hiking trails satisfy an appetite for adventure. Approximately 240 campsites make the park ideal for multi-day getaways.