Have you ever spent a weekend camping and thought to yourself; “Man, I wish this didn’t have to end”? Well it might not have to. DNR is still looking for a volunteer campground host for Dragoon Creek Campground and you may be just the person for the job. Sadly, this beloved campground will remain closed until a host is found.
Dragoon Creek Campground is a local favorite for its remote feel regardless of being conveniently located so close to town. The campground is just 14 miles north of Spokane, and boasts 22 developed campsites, RV access, drinking water, restrooms, and campfire pits throughout the grounds. Host site amenities include water, power, sewer, and phone to make things a little more comfortable.
See photos of Dragoon Creek Campground near Spokane here.
Volunteer campground hosts play a crucial role in protecting our most popular recreation areas. They maintain the areas, answer questions for the public, and work directly with DNR staff. Volunteers serve as a direct contact with law enforcement, and their presence is a reminder to the public that we all work together to preserve state lands. Without volunteer campground hosts, we wouldn’t be able to keep some of these areas open.
All hosts must complete Basic First Aid training and pass a Washington State Patrol criminal background check.
If you’ve made it this far and you’re still interested, you can contact Kyle Pomeranky for more information at 509-685-2719, or firstname.lastname@example.org
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