Jan 8, 2007

Working and camping RVers enjoy "Workamping"

The Spokesman Review features a story on Work Camping or "Workamping" as it is sometimes called.

Workamping RVers exchange free RV parking for working a job at or near the campsite. RVers work part-time as groundskeepers, souvenir sellers, or at nearby theme parks.

The work in exchange for RV space and wages lets RVers enjoy national parks and other attractions for longer and cheaper. Other RVers enjoy the work as a way of giving back to the community and to help preserve the parks they love.

Are you a Workamping RVer? Do you have any advice or tips for other RVers who might want to try Workamping? Leave a comment below and tell us your story.
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