A majority of camping jobs are seasonal, running from about May to October, though some positions in warm weather states like Alabama or Arizona may be year-round.

Recreation Resource Management has camp hosts managing stores, marinas, canoe rentals, boat ramps and horseback riding facilities, but the most common position is of course managing a small campground or part of a larger campground.

A campground host usually resides in their own RV at the campground they are hosting, and are typically responsible for:

  • Greeting guests

  • Collecting fees

  • Preparing weekly revenue and attendance reports

  • Helping guests solve problems

  • Cleaning exterior and interior facilities (particularly bathroom buildings)

  • Some light maintenance

Career Opportunities

Summary The Campground Host position is typically filled by two people, but can be a single person role in certain locations. The primary objective is to provide a quality recreational experience for visitors within areas operated by the Company. The Campground Host will implement nearly all operational tasks required within their assigned campground or area.