INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Several of Indiana's state parks, state forests and state-recreation areas are looking for volunteers to serve as campground hosts in exchange for free camping during their service.
Hosts work a minimum of 20 hours per week. The volunteer period length varies at properties based on the number of applicants and on the amount and type of work required.
Properties are looking for dedicated campers who enjoy working outdoors and with people.
A complete list of site availability and detailed information about hosting duties is available online, or those interested can contact the property where they would like to serve as a host.
Completion of a volunteer application is required.
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