Adventures With A Purpose

Volunteer with the RV Disaster Corps in times of disaster. This week’s blog is from the current issue of Workamper News.  It won’t be long before the spring storm season is up on us and then hurricane season right behind that!  Plus, there are still areas effected by previous disasters that still need help.  If […]

9 Steps to Get Your Workamping Jobs

Using the following steps will help you gain confidence in your Workamping job search. While each step is not necessarily hard to complete, they are each equally important and will take some time to accomplish. Researching employers isn’t always the most fun task, but you will be glad you did. By Sharee Collier – Director […]

Volunteering at Caesar Creek Lake

by Michael Perrin & Russell Curtis – thank you for the wonderful information! This week’s blog takes us back to the September/October issue of Workamper News.  This issue is always dedicated to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with many articles on the Corps and jobs galore listed!  Need a reason to volunteer at Caesar […]

An Alaskan Caravan

Our November/December 2017 issue was all about  Alaska.  We had several Workampers send in their stories and Jane White did just that.  Here is her story –  “Adventure 19 to Adventure 2, Odometer set to Zero, Lights On, we are leaving the park.”  Thus, started our 63-day, 5,510-mile caravan trip from Great Falls, Montana through Alaska to end in […]

Workamping at the Happiest Place on Earth

This week’s blog is taken from the May/June 2017 issue of Workamper News.  The theme for that magazine was Workamping Outside the Box.  Stories from that issue included Workamping at a gun range in NV, a golf course in SC, acting as a train robber and riding horses in CO and then we have Geoff […]

Workamping Today

Enjoy part 2 of this week’s blog  from an article in our Sep/Oct 2018 issue written by our very own Director of Operations – Sharee Collier Part 2 Big change can lead to a certain amount of confusion.  As we’ve seen in the world of Workamping, this is true to some extent as it relates to […]

Workamping Today

This week’s blog is from an article in our Sep/Oct 2018 issue written by our very own Director of Operations – Sharee Collier Part 1 The situation plays out in my mind as though it’s Groundhog Day.  Stuck on repeat! I’m sitting around a campfire with my  husband; a fellow RVer walks by and strikes […]

Alaska – An RVers Frontier

We asked our members to share their Alaskan journeys in 1,000 words for the Nov/Dec in 2017…and this was my mother’s favorite issue and she still reads it over and over.  She loves Alaska.  She’s never been and it’s on bucket list – still at 73 years young.  Will she ever be able to go?  […]

To Winterize or Not to Winterize…

We’ve had a ton of questions about winterizing here lately in the Facebook groups and on our business page.  I know many of you do not winterize since you are full time RVers, you all southernize!  (move south) We still have so many dreamers out there and part timers too!  Don’t forget about those that […]

It’s All About that Beet – Lots of Work – But Worth It

It surely was an unbeetable experience this year! Tracy and Johnny are Workampers who are vlogging their Workamping experiences for others.  They are new to YouTube and I’ve been following them since the summer.  Johnny joined our Intro and Gold members Facebook groups and he’s been helping others in the groups with the Workamping lifestyle. […]