Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of Navajo State Park. Volunteer today!
Thank you for your interest! Navajo State Park is looking for volunteer camp hosts. Located midway between Durango and Pagosa Springs on the New Mexico border, Navajo Reservoir is 15,600 surface acres of aquatic fun! Campground hosts are the park's ambassadors, assisting staff with visitor services and campground management, including monitoring campsite reservation status and maintain campsite cleanliness (clean fire pits, rake high-use pads), and selling firewood. Hosts are not allowed to bring OHV's, but motorcycles are fine as long as they are street legal. Four or more positions are available each season.
Amenities: A full-service campsite is provided in return for 20 hours per week service.
Site elevation: 6,500 ft.
Pairs or individuals are accepted. Hosts with children are considered on a case by case basis. Dogs are permitted as long as they are kept leashed and/or contained/under control.
20 hours per week. Time commitment of 3-4 months with somewhat flexible dates. Mid-May through mid-September is preferred; Memorial Day through Labor Day required. Weekends required, as needed.
Centrally located between desert and mountains and other attractions (Durango Train, Mesa Verde, Taos, Chaco Canyon. This is a very beautiful and well-liked part of the state!