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Do you have an RV?  Would you like to live in it for free with all utilities paid?  How about free meals*?  We have 4 full service RV sites available for volunteers March thru November.  Here are the details:

  1. Sites are free for volunteers including all utilities, 30 AMP service, water and sewer.
  2. Meals are provided to RV volunteers when our camp kitchen is serving our guests/ campers*.
  3. 20 hours per week per RV or 30 hours per week for couples is expected.
  4. Duties are tailored to your experience and somewhat to preferences.  In general, the camp is in need of the following services:  Tractor mowing, office/ clerical, kitchen/ food service, janitorial, light mechanical/ small engine, grounds keeping, light carpentry.  These details can be covered in the information stage prior to any commitments.
  5. Minimum 2 week commitment preferred.  Stays up to the full season available.
  6. The most important requirement for RV volunteers is that they have a firm commitment to Christ as savior and the Christian faith.  It is important that you are able to identify with our mission and vision as a Christian camp.

Sound interesting? Fill out this quick and easy Inquiry form.

       If you have additional questions please call the office at 419-938-3715.

*Meals are provided to our RV volunteers when the camp kitchen is serving guests/ campers.

What Others Are Saying

"Our ten year old son, (Ben), just returned from a week at Pleasant Hill. To better understand the situation, I need to give you a little background. (Ben), our only child, was adopted from Russia at the age of 11 months. And up until last Sunday, he had never spent a night away from us. We are a little protective to say the least. We advised Chris, his counselor, to expect a few challenges and to call us if necessary. According to our son, Chris helped him through some very rough times. Because of his patience and kindness, (Ben) now has a new level of confidence and pride in his abilities. I am so impressed with the time Chris took to calm and reassure a very homesick child, helping him to overcome his fears and make it through the week. Many would have opted for the easy way out, leaving a child with a sense of failure that they would carry with them for a long time. We are so grateful to Chris for what he has given our son and would appreciate if you could pass that on to him."