Opportunity Details

Copper Breaks State Park - Park Host Front Office Clerk 2024

Sponsoring Program: Copper Breaks State Park

Copper Breaks State Park is seeking energetic, friendly, and outgoing Park Hosts to assist in park office operations. Previous Park Host experience is not required, but preferred.

Work with park staff to assist day to day functions of the park office by:
-Independently collect entrance and camping fees
-Sell store merchandise
-Answering phones
-Orient visitors of the park; recommending trails and campsites
-Provide excellent customer service
-Restroom and facility cleaning duties.
-Litter control
-Other duties based on interests, skills, and park needs.

These responsibilities include the use of multi-line phone system; use of computers, printers & copiers, other office machines; handling cash; and radio communication.

-Must support the TPWD and State Park mission by complying with all Agency, Division, and Branch rules, regulations, and procedures.
-Work a minimum of 24 volunteer hours per week.
-Must pass background check.
-Minimum Age: 18

Office Clerk Park Hosts report for volunteer duty at the Park Headquarters Office during office hours and should expect to work on weekends, evenings and holidays based on park needs.

Benefits: As a Park Host Front Office Clerk, you will have the opportunity to meet new people and help park visitors to have a memorable experience. In exchange for your time, you will be authorized to stay in the park for a FREE full hookup camp host site! For the duration of your volunteer service, you are provided with a full hook-up site (water, 30/50/110 electric, and sewer) for free.

Verizon service works well throughout the park, AT&T and Sprint services are not dependable.

Months of Service: Preferred 4-6 months minimum between Jan 2024-Dec 2024

Region: Panhandle Plains

777 Park Rd 62

Quanah, TX 79252

(940) 839-4331

Copper Breaks State Park is 1,899 acres located 12 miles south of Quanah and 9 miles north of Crowell off State Highway 6 in Hardeman County.

Copper Breaks State Park is a designated dark sky park for stargazing. The park offers trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding, fishing in Lake Copper Breaks or Big Pond, kayaking/canoeing on Lake Copper Breaks. A portion of the official Texas Longhorn herd roams in areas of the park, giving visitors a chance to experience this Texas legend.

Minimum Age: 18

Copper Breaks State Park

Marci Frost

(940) 839-4331 x6