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Get Involved: Crawford State Park - Campground Host

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Campground Host


Enjoy the mountainous terrain and the geological wonders, featuring Needle Rock, Castle Rock, Sleeping Indian, and Saddle Mountain - all picturesque landmarks visible from Crawford State Park. for their use.


  • Assist campers
  • Maintain campsites
  • Sell firewood
  • Other tasks as assigned

Elevation: 6800 feet

Looking for 3 hosts for the 2023 season!  Pairs, individuals, families with children, and people who are still working/in their careers (e.g. working remotely) are welcome to apply (couples preferred). Hosts are permitted to have pets.

Time Commitment:

24 hours per person (couples) per week.  30 hours per person (single) per week. May - September.

Minimum time commitment: 2 months

Desired time commitment: 3 months

Volunteer Benefits:

This scenic park offers camping, fishing, water sports and other leisure activities within the parks natural environment. Crawford State Park boundaries include 337 land acres and a 400-acre reservoir, with two separate campgrounds.


In exchange for volunteer service, the park provides three campground host sites with electrical, water, and sewer hookups to a holding tank that holds 500 gallons. They are pumped as needed. Our hosts can also enjoy internet and laundry facilities

Customer Service - Customer Service/Visitor Information, Customer Service - Greet and Orient Visitors, Volunteer Hosts - Campground Host, Maintenance and Construction - Grounds/Facility Maintenance
Crawford State Park

Ready to get involved?

Apply online to become a volunteer.

Questions? Contact Scott Rist
(970) 921-5721