Questions to Ask to Workamper Employers to Enhance Expectations

The Workamping experience can be frustrating when expectations are not met. The best way to improve expectations is by ensuring you have a very good idea of everything a Workamper opportunity will entail before you and your RV roll in to start a new job. Article by Greg Gerber It’s possible that an interview can […]

RV Shades: Let There Be Light – Or Not

When you live in an RV full-time, privacy takes on a new perspective, especially since neighboring RVs can be parked fingertip-to-fingertip at some campgrounds. Having good shades helps maintain that sense of privacy. By Greg Gerber Plus, depending on the type of shades you have installed on your RV, they can make for a more […]

Spend a Summer With the Friendliest Bears in Wisconsin

In central Wisconsin, near where Interstates 90 and 94 head west in different directions, one of the largest Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts in America serves as a favorite family getaway. Written by Greg Gerber. Photos by Jellystone Park Warrens. Located in Warrens, Wis., the campground features 415 RV sites, 162 cabins and 42 tent sites spread […]

Empowering Your Resume — A Key Tool in Your Marketing Toolkit

An important part of your marketing toolkit is your resume. A resume is a one-ish-page summary of what you have to offer the employer. Its purpose is to get you a job interview. You want to highlight your skills, abilities, and experience that will attract the employer’s attention. by Jaimie Hall Bruzenak A resume is […]

Receive 6 Bonus Months With Your Workamper Membership!

And – Help Us Raise Funds for Bay Shore Camp! We are so thankful that you are part of the Workamper Community!  We want to help you live your dream of traveling America and as our Thanksgiving gift to you we will add 6 months to your membership when you join, upgrade or renew for one […]

Get It In Writing

Karen and her husband had one of their best Workamping experiences a couple summers ago at an RV park in Virginia. That is, until they tried to collect on their promised bonus for working through mid-November. by Jaimie Hall Bruzenak This article comes from an issue of Workamper News magazine. COPYRIGHT by Workamper News. IT IS […]

New Featured Employer: American Land & Leisure

Come join one of the country’s leading campground management companies and work where you love to play! Introducing a long-time Workamper Employer who is a new Workamper News Featured Employer – American Land & Leisure From their page: American Land & Leisure (AL&L) manages campground & recreation facilities in 9 states across the country, and […]

The Wait

You found what sounds like the perfect Workamping job. You send your resume. Then, you wait. Sometimes it is weeks; sometimes you never hear back. How frustrating! Often the hiring process for a Workamper job drags out much longer than you would like. There are two spots particularly – acknowledging your application or resume and […]

Researching a Potential Workamping Job

The biggest help to ensuring the Workamping job you take won’t be a negative situation for you is to do your due diligence BEFORE accepting the job. Not every job is right for every Workamper, so get as much information as you can so you can make the best decision for yourself. An idyllic-sounding opportunity […]

Living in the Neutral Often Creates Less Stress

In today’s post, we are doing something different and sharing someone else’s blog post. The author is a good friend to the Workamping community, and the message in his article is a good reminder. Whether it’s dealing with an irate customer at our Workamping job, crossing paths with a neighbor in the RV park, or […]