Volunteer

Become a Host

Camp hosts and museum hosts greet park visitors, provide information about the park and surrounding areas, collect user fees, and assist with maintenance, cleaning and general upkeep of the campground or museum. Camp hosts also oversee day-to-day campground activities and help deter vandalism. Most of our parks have full hookups for hosts in exchange for 30 or more hours a week of volunteer efforts.

You may choose one of the full-time host positions as listed, or a portion of the months needed. Available months may change.

For more information, please call our Volunteer Coordinator by filling out the Volunteer Inquiry Form on the previous page or contact the individual park where you’d like to be a host.

 Current Host Needs

State Park Host Availability Camp Worker Availability Months Needed Utilities Included*
Antelope Island State Park Positions: Gift Shop, Visitor Center (Information), Fielding Garr Ranch Host, Volunteer Curator
(no campground host positions available)
Year-round These positions do not require volunteers to live on park. Hours vary from 4-10 hours per month.
Bear Lake State Park 7 locations
(14 positions/7 couples)
May – Sept W, S, E
Camp Floyd State Park Museum Volunteer and Internship Opportunities Spring and Summer None
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park 1 Camp Host Year-round W, S, E
Dead Horse Point State Park 6 Camp Hosts March-November W, S, E
Deer Creek State Park 5 Camp Host Positions already filled for 2019 May – Sept W, S, E
East Canyon State Park 1 Camp Host
1 Primitive Host
May – September 1 – W, S, E
1 – Primitive
Escalante Petrified Forest State Park 2 Camp Host Mar – Nov W, S, E
Fremont Indian State Park and Museum 1 Camp Host 1 Worker May – Sept W, S, E
Frontier Homestead State Park Museum 1 Museum Host May – August
Goblin Valley State Park 1 Camp Host Mar – Oct W, S
Green River State Park 3 Camp Host  1 Worker Mar – Oct W, S, E
Gunlock State Park 1 Camp Host May – Sept N (Primitive)
Huntington State Park 1 Camp Host May – Sept W, S, E, P
Hyrum State Park 1 Camp Host May – Sept W, S, E, P
Jordanelle State Park 9 Camp Hosts 1 Worker May – Sept W, E, S, D
Kodachrome Basin State Park 1 Camp Host Mar – Oct W, S, E
Millsite State Park 1 Camp Host May – Sept W, S, E, P
Otter Creek State Park 2 Camp Hosts Apr – Oct W, S, E
Palisade State Park 4 Camp Hosts Apr – Sept W, E, D, S
Piute State Park 1 Camp Host Apr – Oct N (Primitive)
Quail Creek State Park 1 Camp Host Year-round W, E, D
Red Fleet State Park 1 Camp Host May – Sept full hookups 30amp
Rockport State Park 3 Camp Hosts May – Sept W, S, E
Sand Hollow State Park 2 Camp Hosts Year round we can always use Camp Hosts thru the spring and summer. W, S, E
Scofield State Park 2 Camp Hosts. May – Sept W, S, E
Snow Canyon State Park 1 Camp Hosts. Sept – Nov W, S, E
Starvation State Park 2 Camp Hosts May – Sept W, S, E
Steinaker State Park 1 Camp Host May – Sept Full hookups 50amp
Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum Museum Host, Docent, General Volunteer Assitance  2 Camp & Museum Host Year Round W, S, E
Utah Lake State Park 2  Camp Hosts 1 Worker April – Oct Water, Sewer, and 50 amp Power
Wasatch Mountain State Park 8 Camp Hosts 3 Workers May – Sept W, S, E (1=N)
Willard Bay State Park 3 Camp Hosts April – Oct W, S, E, P
Yuba State Park 2 Camp Hosts May – Sept W, S, E, D