02-18-2015, 06:49 AM
Join Date: Feb 2015
CA: Boondockers have we got a deal for you
by Lytle Creek Firing Line - Lytle Creek, California
(Position in the San Bernardino National Forest)
Lytle Creek Firing Line, Inc. has a caretaking opening for RVing hosts. This hosting position is at our remote day use firing range.
We are looking for the proper individual or couple who is wanting a southern California RVing location. The property is a secluded fee for use area, located in the chaparral covered northern San Bernardino National Forest.
We are conveniently located close to I-15/215, and 210 freeways. Rancho Cucamonga and San Bernardino are easily accessed.
The facility is located at the 4,400’ elevation in the shadow of Mt. Baldy, highest peak in the San Gabriel Mountain range, and the Sheep Mountain Wilderness Area, in the Lytle Creek Canyon drainage. The adjoining communities are still rural, however a large mall and other amenities are a half hour drive. Low humidity, without extreme temperatures, makes for a comfortable environment the majority of the year.
This is a controlled use area. Activities in a developing controlled shooting range include the use of firearms and archery equipment from designated locations at designated targets. A tolerance of firearms is expected.
The firing range is open seven days a week. The hosts are expected to maintain a presence on the property after hours, merely as a deterrent to unauthorized entry.
The applicants should be mature and responsible individuals or couples who are self sufficient, reliable, dedicated to a commitment, and independent. The facility is active from 08:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon, with light traffic on the paved road after hours.
Host positions are seasonal.
Applicants are expected to have a clean, self-contained RV, and should be able to provide proof of insurance and current registration. A tow behind vehicle is a plus. The host area is separated from the shooting area by approximately 70 yards. Currently, conditions are primitive, boondocking experience is preferred. Ten hours per week, per person, twenty hours per couple covers the cost of weekly sanitation service, potable water deliveries, as well as an alternative power source, propane.
Pets are acceptable, as long as shots are current and they are kept under control.
Local activities include hiking, fishing, hunting, bird watching, stargazing, 4-wheeling, wildlife viewing, mountain biking, gold mining and panning, and peace and quiet.
This could be a fine situation for active retirees who enjoy the seclusion of the outdoors and enjoy people in moderation.
Applications accepted until the position is filled.
Call or email Greg for an application and to schedule an interview. Phone: 909-438-0196. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.