Tag: Campground Hosts Needed this summer

Sebastian Inlet State Park For the Summer

SebastianInletBrownPelicanSorry Folks about not posting the last two days! We have been busy here at the Woods Ferry River Camp trying to get everything ready for the upcoming weekend. Our camp and Anderson Landing are now opened for reservations, however, the other 4 are not, yet. So we have been painting, sweeping, blowing off sand and leaves and cleaning all the sleeping platforms to get ready for Memorial Day Weekend.

Anyway, we just heard from Sebastian Inlet State Park and they are looking for volunteers this summer and next. We have always wanted to visit there, camp there and now even would like to volunteer as campground hosts. Sadly, we have already accepted assignments from now until the end of October next year. But if you, a family member or friend has an RV or travel trailer and would like to spend the summer at one of Florida’s beautiful beaches we hope you will consider volunteering at this Florida State Park. Who wouldn’t want to spend their summer vacation at a great place on the beach? And volunteering as a campground host gets you a FREE campsite in return for your service.
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Next Three State Parks

AlafiaRiverSP04112014 (50)The next three state parks on our list is Alafia River State Park, Hillsborough River State Park and Lake Louisa State Park.

Information for Campers:

Alafia River State Park is located just off County Road 39 in Lithia, Florida. They have a relatively small campground with about 20 spaces designated for Family Camping and 11 for Equestrian Camping. All the sites are fairly large with about half being pull-throughs and the other back-ins. They are nicely spaced but there is not much privacy. You have a grassy area around the asphalt driveways, electric and water only. There is only one bathhouse with one shower on each side (males/females). Of course, this shower doubles as ADA compliant and the hot water comes from Solar Panels on the roof. There is a wide expanse of grassy area with picnic pavilions, tables, and benches all facing a nice little lake.
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