Workamping in Your 70s – Solo

We’ve all heard the saying that you are as young as you feel. Today we’re going to talk with a woman who started RVing and Workamping when she was 73 years old. Barbara Alpher has enjoyed camping much of her life, but always in tents. When her mother and son were both gone in 2013, […]

Northeast Texas Community College

Here at Workamper News, we get a lot of questions from a lot of Workampers. I decided to ask our Employers a handful of questions that our members have asked and post them here for you today. I sent questions to the Northeast Texas Community College in Mount Pleasant, TX. It’s about 2 miles northeast […]

Workamping Your Way Across America

Today’s blog is from the July/August 2019 issue of Workamper News. We interview Levi & Natalie Henley of Henley’s Happy Trails on Workamping their way across America. If you haven’t watched or read the Henley’s Happy Trails, they document their Workamping lifestyle and share their experiences and RV-related tips. After driving north along the Pacific […]

Not Your Typical Workamping Job

This week’s blog is from May 2019 – it’s great information and I wanted to bring it back for our new readers. Enjoy. May 2019 – This week’s blog is from Workamper Lee & Beth Holt. They submitted their story to be published in our magazine a while back, but it just didn’t make it. […]

Always Have a Plan in Place

This week’s blog is taken from our current issue. It’s written by Greg Gerber who also runs the Podcast for Workamper News. As I sit here wondering what to share with you this week, I noticed Arkansas is under an enhanced weather risk today. That’s pretty normal for this time of year and we will […]

RV Community & the Coronavirus

We are living in a challenging time.  There’s a full range of opinions and feelings scattered throughout the RV community. In social media channels, it appears the majority are hopeful, and that’s where Workamper News resides as well. We’re all hopeful for a turnaround and successful summer Workamping season, even if it begins a bit […]

The Sugar Beet Harvest from a Workamper’s POV

This week’s blog is taken from the March\April 2017 issue and for the most part, there doesn’t seem to be too many changes. Be sure to check our Media Library and YouTube page for the most recent jobinars and any updated information on the Sugar Beet Harvest for 2020. Workamper Review: Express Employees for the Sugar […]

Volunteering at Caesar Creek Lake

by Michael Perrin & Russell Curtis This week’s blog post is taken from our September/October 2018 issue. Need a reason to volunteer at Caesar Creek Lake?  How about the fact that the Caesar Creek Visitor Center and Learning Center is one of the few class “A” visitor centers that exists in U.S. Army Corps of […]

Workamping in the US – Part 4

Workamping for America’s Amusement This week’s blog is taken from our November/December issue from 2015. This issue was on Workamping in America’s amusement parks. There articles on Darien Lake in Darien Center, NY and Story Lank in Glen, NH. But the one I want to share today has one of the oldest & biggest Workamper […]

Workamping in the US – Part 2

This week’s blog is about Workamping jobs that are not so ordinary. I have pulled an article from our May/June 2017 issue submitted by Mike Finke. Some of the photos were provided by the author, Mike Finke. Some were provided by the Clark County Shooting Complex. Being Range Safety Officers at a Shooting Complex in […]