Camp hosts needed for oTENTik program
at Fort Langley National Historic Site
Fort Langley, March 18, 2014 – Looking for an inexpensive staycation where you can meet tourists and be an ambassador of Langley? If you have a motorhome and have a few weeks to spare between July and Thanksgiving, why not consider being a campground host at Fort Langley National Historic Site?
Campground hosts greet visitors and provide them with information and instructions on using the oTENTik accommodations inside the fort. They are available to volunteer for between two to four weeks, up to five hours per day, five days a week. Campground hosts must provide their own self-contained camping unit and are given free RV parking on site, hydro and water hook up, personalized vests, an annual pass to the site and a small honorarium for their service.
In 2013, Parks Canada launched the exciting new oTENTik accommodations inside Fort Langley National Historic Site. The oTENTik tents—a cross between a tent and a cabin—offer urban families and tourists an ideal way to discover the joys of camping with the comfort of beds, fridges, barbecues, and complimentary breakfast. This ‘turn-key’ camping offer is a great way to introduce camping to families who don’t own the equipment, and to grandparents who want to camp with their grandchildren but no longer want to sleep on the ground.
This program provides an excellent opportunity to spend time living in, learning about and promoting Fort Langley National Historic Site!
For more information and to apply email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604.513.4784.