Are you thinking about RVing full-time but aren’t sure you can afford it?
What if you could get paid while traveling?
Workamping maybe perfect for you! Below we have all the resources you need to get started with.
How Workamping Works?
The term “workamping” comes, if you didn’t guess already, from combining “work” and “camping”. These are temporary jobs where you can work in exchange for free or heavily discounted RV campsites.
Workcamping typically involves temporary jobs where you can work in exchange for free or heavily discounted RV campsites.
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As a workamper you keep a pre-determined number of hours at a public or private business in a variety of roles.
On top of free parking for your RV many of these RV Workamping Jobs come with perks like free laundry, park amenities, and internet.
How To Find Workamping Jobs
There are a lot of different websites to help you find workamping opportunities.
RV Specific Workamping Websites
- Cool Works – Jobs with RV Spaces
- KOA Work Camp
- Amazon CamperForce
- Workers On Wheels
- XScapers Job Boards
Non- RV Workamping Websites
- UpWork.com – Find online freelance opportunities
Types of Workamping Jobs
There are a lot of different types of workamping jobs available. Here are some of the most popular workamping jobs.
- Park host and property caretakers
- Service help as a waitress, chef, housekeeper, or tour guide
- Retail help
- Tour guide
- Seasonal work – Christmas trees, Pumpkin Picker, etc
Most of these jobs require a commitment of at least a month, so make sure to plan accordingly.
Although every job is different most of them require some kind of physical element such as standing or walking around the campground.
Most workamping jobs do not require advanced technical or computer skills.
How Much Does Workamping Pay?
Since these jobs are temporary they usually are only paid hourly at minimum wage. As mentioned before these jobs come with a lot of perks like free camping, amenities, and are usually located in beautiful areas.
What is your Workamping Experience? Let us know in the comments!
Have you tried workamping jobs before? Let us know in the comments how your experience was and any tips you would like to pass on to your fellow RVers.
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