This is our first experience as a volunteer for the National Park Service, and Prince William Forest Park located 30 miles south of Washington DC is the perfect place to start. We work in the Visitor Center three days a week, with the other four for relaxing and touring this wonderful area. They provide a wide open space, with full hookups - 50 amp. The ranger staff is wonderful. Your time is spent in VC welcoming guest, giving information about the park, collecting any fees, and selling the NPS entry cards.
If you wish to spend time in this area, I highly recommend consideration of volunteering here at PRWI.
Thom & Barb Feit
Kona ~ our Standard Black Poodle
A few years ago we stayed there. It was a tight fit for our 36ft. Parking for your tow vehicle is right next to the sites. Everything was a pull through as I recall. That would be why the length is so limited. Tour companies even came out for pick ups to do the DC thing.
I think it would be a wonderful place to work!
1994 Vectra DP
230 Cummins / MD3060 Allison Trans
Banks Stinger / Improved Injectors
US Gear Exhaust Brake
Towing 1989 Ranger / Unified Tow Brake
We hosted the Cabin Camp there a few years ago and it was a sweet gig. The campsite was quite a ways from the cabins and very private. It was full service 50 amps. You're right, the staff are really nice. Say Hi for us. The only negative was the traffic when you left the park. It was hideous bad, all the time.