Workamping in the US – Part 1 – Alaska

This series will take you back to different issues of our magazines throughout the last few years. Some of the blog posts will be about Workamping in CA state parks, solo Workamping, Alaska, along with not so typical Workamping jobs. Let’s start with Alaska! Did you know you can Workamp in Alaska too? Be sure […]

The Workamper Show

This week’s blog is all about the Workamper Show! What’s the Workamper Show? Well, I’m glad you asked! It’s a podcast devoted to helping you discover how to finance your RV travel dreams! We publish a new episode weekly. Each episode includes an interview with a Workamper, Employer, or other person involved with the RV […]

How Do You Make Extra Money on the Road?

Every Friday in the Facebook groups, we post #SocialShareFriday – this is where all members can post their business links in the comments. It’s a one stop shop and a great way for RVers to support each other out there on the road. Today, we want to share with you just a little of what […]

And so the Adventure Continues…

For the Sept/Oct 2019 issue of Workamper News magazine, we put a call out to our members to share about a volunteer Workamping experience they had.  We received some great submissions, and we unfortunately did not have enough pages to include them all.  Here is Workamper Phil & Vicki’s story about their first Workamping experience: […]

YouTube Mélange of RV Life

This week’s blog is a collection of YouTube channels that have great information on RV Life. Road Life Project This new channel is full of great information for Solos, Families, and Couples. Benefits include Health Insurance, Mail Forwarding Service, RV & Auto Insurance, Road Life Careers, RV & Auto Warranty, and more. You will definitely […]

Confirmed – Workamper News is Helping People See America…One Job at a Time

Straight from the Workampers themselves…here are a few people that have told us just how Workamper News is helping them live the life of Freedom. We are last minute planners. Which means when the season is nearly at an end at your current camp hosting position and you still have not secured a place to […]

Not Your Typical Workamping Job

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. It’s not any ordinary Workamping job and plus…it looks really fun! We had the pleasure of being the only workampers to help Arthur and Marilyn Oakes at their rustic […]

Spasm Tour: Getting to Alaska

By Workamper Jon Hockersmith 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 OR PHOTOCOPY ANY PORTION OF THIS PUBLICATION. Workamping full-time for nearly ten years, our usual seasonal migrations could be considered typical for many Workampers – a summer […]

Adventures With A Purpose

Volunteer with the RV Disaster Corps in times of disaster. 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 OR PHOTOCOPY ANY PORTION OF THIS PUBLICATION. This week’s blog is from the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of Workamper News […]

Volunteering at Caesar Creek Lake

by Michael Perrin & Russell Curtis This week’s blog takes us back to the September/October 2018 issue of Workamper News magazine.  This issue is annually dedicated to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and includes articles and job listings for Corps projects!  This article comes from an issue of Workamper News magazine. COPYRIGHT by Workamper […]