Workamping With an Ocean View

When it comes up in conversation that you’re heading to the coast of Oregon, you’ll be met with a slew of adjectives. “It’s the best/prettiest/nicest coast in the U.S.!” they’ll say. And after visiting it, you’ll likely find yourself thinking the same. This article comes from an issue of Workamper News magazine. COPYRIGHT by Workamper […]

How to Plan an RV Road Trip in Alaska And Work at The Same Time

Thank you to Outdoorsy for being this week’s guest blog!   Check out this information from www.outdoorsy.com and start planning today! If you were to ask any RVer in North America where their ultimate RV adventure would take them, Alaska would come up far more often than not. Alaska is the quintessential RV destination for many RVers […]

An Alaskan Caravan

We asked our members to share their Alaskan journeys in 1,000 words for the Nov/Dec 2017 issue of Workamper News magazine. We had several Workampers send in their stories and Jane White did just that. Here is her story – This article comes from an issue of Workamper News magazine. COPYRIGHT by Workamper News. IT IS […]

Alaska – An RVer’s Frontier

We asked our members to share their Alaskan journeys in 1,000 words for the Nov/Dec 2017 issue of Workamper News magazine.  Here are two stories submitted by Workamper members. This article comes from an issue of Workamper News magazine. COPYRIGHT by Workamper News. IT IS A VIOLATION OF U.S. COPYRIGHT LAW TO PUBLISH, POST, BROADCAST […]

Adventures in Upstate New York

My husband Ross and I were eager to begin our RVing adventure with a few days exploring parts of New York we hadn’t seen before. What began as a dreary day turned sunny and warm while we drove. We passed some gorgeous towns in New Hampshire and Vermont, including Woodstock and the Killington area, but […]

Background on City of Rocks State Park

The City of Rocks State Park IS a page right out of history.  This natural wonder was created millions of years ago, a product of a volcanic monstrosity. The searing fragments piled high forming giant masses, a sort of welding process.  Eventual erosion created the pillars and other various rock formations we see today.

There are still signs of early inhabitants throughout the area, most notably grinding tools. Wildlife and vegetation specific to the Southwest bring life and variety to this bedrock. Read more about Background on City of Rocks State Park

Seafood…Sightseeing…and Settling In!

So our summer Workamping adventure begins! We arrived in Eastham, Massachusetts at Atlantic Oaks Campground on Monday, May 8th, and met Katie and Dan, the campground owners! They are a young enthusiastic couple with a seven month old son, Roman. We settled into our site and then took one of their recommendations and drove to […]

Making the Most of Midland, TX

We were delighted this January to get a phone call inviting us to spend a week or two at a campground in Midland, TX. We had passed through Midland as we headed to Arizona (staying at a local Walmart) and while it was clear that it’s a large city, it’s in the middle of the oil fields and we weren’t too motivated to explore it as we couldn’t picture ourselves staying for the long-term. That being said, it has plenty to do, and nearby San Angelo is full of super-nice people and a thriving arts scene too. Read more about Making the Most of Midland, TX

Team-Building at Its Best!

Kicking off the adventure with a mimosa and a photo shoot outside the “Skool Buzz,” as our tour bus was named, we made a quick stop at Inspiration Point, a scenic lookout in Glen Arbor and a drive-through at Old Settler’s Park. There was an educational element included in this team-building experience as we visited […]

Running in the Dark: Startaca p.2

Second Annual 5K Mine Run in Hutchinson, Kansas One of the many awesome advantages of being a full time RVer and traveling around the country is being able to attend some one-of-a-kind events.  Enter Strataca’s Annual 5K Mine Run!   Last year, we were camp hosts in Wichita, Kansas at USI RV Park.  On our […]