How to become a campground host – at state parks – My Inspired Media

Camp hostingHow to become a campground host – at state parks – My Inspired Media.

How to become
a campground host

Being a
campground host can be very rewarding if you like people and want
to stay active (if you are retired).  Hosting isn’t hard.
 You only commit to about 20-25 hours a week of work per
week.  This amount of time then off sets the free camp spot
for your RV rig and usually you get your primary utilities paid
for.  Sometimes you must live off the park and some parks do
compensate you for this.  So, if you want to know how to
become a campground host
 — visit the sites in
this directory.  Each state is listed in this directory and
the total number of available parks per state.

http://www.americasstateparks.org/Find-A-Park

How to become a campground host

I published a
video about communications — that talked about how what you say
— can be miss-interrupted.  I learned one summer what not to
say — because your expression on your face may not relay to
another person (when you might be kidding them).  So as a
host, and learning how
to become a campground host
 that is well liked,
be specific when you talk to campers.  There are usually
other benefits for being a host.  Some states give you a free
passport (pass) to put on your vehicle’s windshield so you can
drive into other parks and not be charged a fee.  This is
usually a benefit determined by the state.  Some states will
give you a couple of free days of camping at other parks in the
state.  Further, you are normally covered by industrial
accident insurance and from my experience you don’t have to work
to hard.  Mainly just keeping the campsites cleaned up of
trash and raked. I hope I have answered some question you may have
had on how
to become a campground host
.

Visit my web
site at: http://www.billconnely.com/

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