The interested person or couple will be able to camp free in exchange for volunteer service, the story stated.
According to the story, the campground is located near the Oregon coast and features 28 sites, flush toilets and pay showers.
The custodian would receive a site to park a trailer or recreational vehicle, complete with electricity, water, sewer and local phone service, the story noted.
A list of responsibilities and expectations of camp custodians is available at the Natural Areas and Parks Department office, the story added.
For more information or to apply, contact Benton County Natural Areas and Parks at 1-541-766-6871.