MISSOURI STATE PARKS


Handy Host - Elephant Rocks

We are seeking handy host(s) to serve as "live-in" ambassador at this day-use Missouri state park park. Hosts perform a variety of tasks and duties while living in their own RV parked on an assigned site that is provided in exchange for their service.

Hosts generally serve 32 hours a week and must be physically capable of completing duties and willing to work varied hours and days during your volunteer commitment. 

About Battle of Pilot Knob State Historic Site

Today, the Arcadia Valley in Iron County is a peaceful setting in one of Missouri’s most scenic areas. But in September 1864, the valley was the scene of one of the largest and most hard-fought battles waged on the state’s soil—the Battle of Pilot Knob. During the battle, Confederate Maj. Gen. Sterling Price led an army of 8,000 men against the Union post of Fort Davidson at Pilot Knob.

Battle of Pilot Knob State Historic Site preserves Fort Davidson and the battlefield where so many Confederate and Union soldiers lost their lives. A visitor center and museum interprets the conflict with exhibits, audiovisual presentations and a fiber optics diorama of the battle. The site’s playground, picnic area and hiking trail provide relaxing ways to spend the afternoon.