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 3

Solo Workamping This week’s story is from our March/April 2018 issue dedicated to Solo Workampers! Diamond and Platinum members, you have access to this issue in the online archives at Workamper News. Workamping is the adventurous life of travel enjoyed by many Americans of all ages. Traveling from place to place, state to state, and […]

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 […]

Workamping in the US – Part 1

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! Alaska is for sure on my bucket list to explore someday. […]

What Does It Really Cost To RV Full Time?

This is a big question with so many different answers. It can range from really expensive to really cheap. It all depends on your lifestyle. I have collected a few videos off YouTube to share with you. Remember, this is only their costs. Not everyone’s will be the same. Some will be more and some […]

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 have two episodes per week. One is with actual Workampers, and the other is with an Employer. It is hosted by […]

FAQs of Workamping

As I sat down this morning to write this week’s blog, I had a bit of writer’s block. I kept asking myself, what do people want to know? What do they want to read? That’s it! They want the Who, What, Where, How, & Why of Workamping. I’ve pulled a few FAQs from our website […]

How to Start Downsizing

Some of you may be in the downsizing phase and will be ready to go full time in just a few short months or weeks even! Here are some tips to help you get started and to finish up the daunting task of getting rid of all that stuff! Sentimentals Yes, you have sentimental items […]