Badlands National Park Campground Hosts

Cedar Pass Campground typically utilizes one or two couples from mid-May through mid-September of each year. Cedar Pass Campground is located at park headquarters and is the only developed campground in the park. Hosts must provide their own recreational vehicle and be willing to work evenings and weekends. Duties include checking campers in and out, providing information on the park and its resources, and serving as initial contact for campers in emergency situations. Badlands National Park provides a campsite with full hook ups, training, and uniform. To apply for campground host positions: By email: badl_information@nps.gov By phone: (605) 433-5232 By mail: Volunteer Coordinator

Badlands National Park

P.O. Box 6

Interior, SD 57750

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