Turning a Hobby Into a Career That Empowers Others

Brenda Puckett entered the RV lifestyle as a way to escape the drudgery of her real estate career. by Greg Gerber “I was in a soul-crushing position that had taken over my life,” she explained. “I bought a Class C motorhome and hopped on the road to get into nature so I could relax.” Although […]

Bask in the Beauty of West Texas

Lost Alaskan RV Park in Alpine, Texas, was named after its original owner, who literally worked as a bush pilot in Alaska when he opened the campground. When local residents referred to him as “the Lost Alaskan,” the name stuck. by Greg Gerber On a map, the RV park appears to be located in a […]

Workamping Jobs in Arizona

Arizona is one of the most naturally-diverse states in America. From the Grand Canyon and red rocks of Sedona, to the giant cactuses of Saguaro National Park in Tucson to the mountain waterfalls in Tonto National Forest, Arizona is a beautiful state. by Greg Gerber Thousands of Workampers are hired every year. When they aren’t […]

A Lucrative, ‘Unbeetable’ Experience for Workampers in MN, ND, MI in Sept/Oct

There are lots of wonderful Workamping opportunities every year, but only one truly “unbeetable” experience. Each fall, Express Employment Professionals hires hundreds of Workampers to help with the sugar beet harvesting done by American Crystal Sugar Company, located in North Dakota and Minnesota, and Michigan Sugar Company, located in the thumb of Michigan. by Greg […]

Creating Special Workamping Memories at Lemos Farm

Located outside the small community of Half Moon Bay, Calif., but only 30 minutes from downtown San Francisco, Lemos Farm is a combination amusement park and family farm. Since 2019, the farm has hired between 15 and 20 Workampers annually to help staff the fall Pumpkin Patch event. by Greg Gerber Visitors can interact with […]

Steps to Finding the Right Workamping Job

These steps will be helpful whether you are looking for a full-time, part-time, volunteer or paid work camper position. Some steps are simple, and some a bit more in-depth, but here is a more streamlined strategy for finding the Workamping jobs (now or in the future) to match your needs. This article gives you good […]

Special Delivery: How to Get Mail When You Live in an RV

Email really helped make the RV lifestyle easier for Workampers, no question about that. It is convenient to get statements and other notices delivered electronically. Yet, even in 2023, there are still enough things sent via snail mail that you’ll want them delivered to you wherever you may be traveling. by Greg Gerber Greeting cards […]

Avoid Misunderstandings By Getting a Work Agreement

You’ve found a great job with a wonderful company in a fabulous location. You couldn’t be more excited about your next Workamping gig. But, to ensure that both you and the employer are on the same page, you need to take the vital step of requesting a written work agreement. by Greg Gerber Some companies […]

Great Expectations – Do You Need an Attitude Adjustment?

Why can two Workampers (or two couples) work at the same place, for the same employer, yet have very different experiences? Assuming they all have the skills to do their jobs, expectations and attitude make the difference. by Jaimie Hall Bruzenak We can get in trouble by thinking that things will go according to our […]

Selecting A Domicile Isn’t As Easy As It Sounds

One of the most important decisions Workampers need to make when starting a full-time RV lifestyle is deciding where to call “home.” By Greg Gerber Many RVers think their home needs to be the state from which they launched their adventure. But, that doesn’t have to be the case, according to two lawyers who are […]