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Campground Hosts

Are you friendly, outgoing and hospitable? A camping enthusiast? Do you have a keen interest in conserving nature and general knowledge about Alberta's parks?

Consider becoming a volunteer host at one of our campgrounds or other facilities and help park visitor’s discover, value, enjoy and protect Alberta’s great outdoors and natural heritage.

For over three decades, Volunteer Hosts have contributed to safer visits, richer visitor experiences, and to a greater sense of community in Alberta’s Parks by providing:

Types of Hosting

Duties

Specific duties vary with the unique requirements of each site and volunteer placement,

but the core responsibilities of Hosts include:

Depending on park requirements and the skills, interests and qualifications of the volunteers, many sites offer additional opportunities such as assisting with:

Requirements

To be eligible, volunteer hosts should be able to commit to a minimum availability of: 

Generally, Hosts stay on-site for the duration of their placement and must be able to provide their own self-contained camping unit (e.g. motorhome, towable trailer, truck camper.)

To be considered for a Host placement, individuals and couples should be willing to:

Support

To support our Hosts, we provide:

Host Opportunities

For more information, please contact

Alberta Environment and Parks
Parks Division, Volunteer Services
2nd Floor, Oxbridge Place
9820 - 106 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada   T5K 2J6
Phone 780-427-3582 or 1-866-427-3582
Fax 780-427-5980
E-mail Parks Volunteer



Updated: Feb 24, 2017