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, […]

Spend a Summer in the Heart of West Virginia

Mountain Lake Campground near Summersville, WV, has hired Workampers every year since 2007, to engage in a variety of tasks ranging from landscaping to cleaning rental cabins, performing maintenance to providing security, and leading activities to staffing the ice cream shop or store. by Greg Gerber Surrounded by trees, Mountain Lake Campground near Summersville, WV, […]

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 […]

Gate Guarding Workamper Jobs Provide Profit, Adventure

Workampers looking to make a bunch of money in a relatively short period of time may want to consider working as a gate guard for JG Security or Guard 1 Services. by Greg Gerber Gate guarding is one of the most lucrative positions available to Workampers where they can earn between $4,500 and $6,000 per […]

Workampers Find Challenge, Fulfillment in Volunteering

Every week, new volunteer openings can be found daily in the Workamper News Hotline system. Many of them provide an RV site, a few perks, lots of gratitude, and a sense of fulfillment that transcends paychecks. by Greg Gerber Even by volunteering a few weeks between paid jobs, Workampers can make a huge difference to […]

Smaller Campgrounds Offer Different Work Experiences

If there was one benefit of working at a smaller campground, it is generally a more laid-back operation where Workampers are treated as part of a family. By Greg Gerber There are literally hundreds of Workamping opportunities available each season. Each offers its own delightful features and benefits. If there was one benefit of working […]

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 […]