Though one works full plus overtime hours technically there, you are still considered part time and paid only a daily rate. It is a non-profit. You only get paid full-time if your management. It is true that the camp life can create a close-knit family environment among co-workers, however I have found management has carelessly hired sketchy characters, difficult for me to build camaraderie with personally. The overtime you do there are teaching evening classes that often feel unnecessary and leave one more exhausted by the end of the day. On occasion, you will even be asked to act as customer service and maintenance all throughout the night, even after working an entire 12 hour day.
All in all. If you want to work here, it is best if you already have an sacrificial, servant heart. This job will consume you. The only true benefits are free room and board as well as weekends off.