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Check-in procedures vary greatly with campgrounds. Some simply require a payment before setting off to a site; others take down every bit of information from driver’s license number to vehicle insurance. Whether you are making reservations over the phone or stopping for the night after a long day’s drive, it’s always a good idea to have all o....

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In October, many RVers head up north to work at the piling stations during the Sugar Beet Harvest. The hours are long and the weather is cold, but the pay is worth it. Many RVers will be participating in this agricultural adventure for the first time and may have questions.

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When we initially began searching for workamping jobs as a way to fuel our traveling expenses, we weren’t sure what to expect from employers and exactly how to prepare for an interview. After working a number of jobs on the road, particularly those involving campgrounds, we’ve noticed a general pattern with the application, interview, and foll....


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One of the most common workamping jobs seen in magazines and websites is the park host position. Most jobs of this type have similar duties. They are often looking for couples; one person is assigned to the office while the other performs cleaning duties and general maintenance outside. The location can range from a small RV park where two couples ....


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Work camping goes hand-in-hand with the full-time RVing lifestyle. Travelers seek income or a new experience on the road with these full or part time, seasonal or year round, and hourly paid or volunteer positions. The job market with work camping varies and can include employment with campgrounds, amusement parks, rodeos, national or state parks....


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Workamping comes in many forms. Any job involving living arrangements in an RV can be considered workamping. RVers that work remotely from their rig with a home business are considered just as much of a workamper as RVers employed at a campground as hosts.

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Work camping, a term synonymous with the full time RVing community, involves individuals that combine work with RV camping. Jobs vary and can be paid or volunteer positions and last one season or continue year round. Work camping, also referred to as workamping, is our main source of income, allowing us to continue our travels and adventures all ac....


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After months of enjoying family and friends from Hilton Head Island to Florida to Tennessee, we are back on the road working with our RV Resorts in the Southeast US. This is our “big” run as we will be busy with our RV properties July through November, covering thirty-seven RV properties and close to 3,000 miles along the way.

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Author : on in It's a Wanderful RV LifeBlog Category | It's a Wanderful RV Life | Workamping | Tags | Blogs

Chris and I currently “moochdocking” by staying on my sister, Sarah, and her husband, Eric’s, land in Tenino, Washington (near Olympia) until the end of July. They even have full hook-ups because they used to be full-time RVers themselves. They travelled for six years and were a big inspiration for us deciding to do the whole RVing thing.

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If you look at most fulltime RVers Instagram feeds or facebook posts you would probably think this lifestyle is like a vacation with all of the amazing sunsets, sunrises and gorgeous views. While all those things are a big part of it, a lot of our time Monday through Friday is actually spent working (although a lot of the time in our pj’s). Chris....