Visiting Elkhart: A Homecoming for Your RV

Every full-time RVer should make an effort to visit Elkhart at some point, whether or not they need to get something fixed. As the heart of the RV industry, it’s possible for visitors to peak behind the curtain to see how RVs are built, as well as to learn about the industry’s history. by Greg […]

Fast, Reliable Internet is Easy with the Right Equipment and Data Plans

Whether they run a business from their RV, or just like to surf the Internet and watch cat videos, having a strong, stable internet connection is important for many Workampers. by Greg Gerber The good news is there are more options today than ever before. When I was full-time RVing from 2014 to 2017, people […]

Help Workampers Make Informed Decisions by Leaving Employer Reviews

When scouring the database looking for an ideal job, be sure to read what other people have experienced while working for the company before you apply for the position. by Greg Gerber Well-written reviews give people a good idea what it was like to spend a season working for the company and doing a […]

New Featured Employers in 2024

For over 20 years, we’ve had Featured Employers at These Workamper employers have taken an extra step to provide additional information about their opportunities. Check out the new employers that have been added so far in 2024: Lake Park Campground A Workamper employer for over 10 years, located in popular Rapid City, SD. From […]

Enjoy Outdoor Living By Volunteering at USACE’s Table Rock Lake Project

Table Rock Lake, near Branson, MO, is a Workamping opportunity which combines the beauty of nature with the hustle and bustle of a large tourist destination. by Greg Gerber The lake, which covers 42,000-surface-acres, was created in 1958 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) following the construction of a dam. On a map, […]

Self-Awareness Keeps You Safe and Secure

Personal safety is not always convenient, nor is it fun to talk about it. But we need to think about and practice good safety habits by staying alert and being aware of our surroundings. by Greg Gerber Dennis and Tracie Utley started Workamping in 2019. Prior to that, Tracie’s career involved making personal protection presentations […]

A Matter of Faith: ‘Church’ Doesn’t Need to Stop When You Get in an RV

When people hit the road to live full-time in an RV, they often give up their homes and familiar surroundings in exchange for adventure. Another thing people give up is the supportive faith-based community of which they have been actively involved with for many years. by Greg Gerber For some folks, that leaves a big […]

Go Workamping in Texas: Tens of Thousands of Snowbirds Can’t Be Wrong

Texas is a popular destination for Workampers, especially in winter months. by Greg Gerber There are so many job opportunities available to Workampers in the Lone Star State, it is difficult to provide a good summary of them all in one article. So, in this article, we will focus on Workamping in the Rio Grande […]

What’s a Workamping Job Application Process Like?

How many jobs do I need to apply to? What’s a Workamping interview like? What happens after the interview? Is it possible to book a lineup of jobs for the whole year? by Levi & Natalie Henley of Henley’s Happy Trails My wife and I weren’t quite sure what to expect when we started reading […]

Keeping Up With RV Lingo

Every industry has its own language, and the RV industry is no different. by Greg Gerber For a newcomer, and even some veterans, it can be daunting to understand all the nuances of the language used by professionals and those who just want to enjoy the RV lifestyle. To make it easier to understand what […]