What is workamping? Who offers it? Who does it?
First of all, workamping is working for a camp site or camp site and pay.
We have worked in several RV Parks doing all kinds of work.
Rhonda usually works in the office taking care of customers. I always work in maintenance.
We have worked for some great people and in beautiful places.
And we are back at it now in Amarillo, TX. Working for the Big Texan RV Ranch.
Secondly, there are so many who offer workamping all over the U.S. National Parks, State Parks, RV Parks, and more offer some type of workamping gig.
The possibilities are almost endless. You could work in a State Park one season and be working a fishing camp the next season. A ski resort during part of the year and a paddle board shop the next.
Thirdly, if you ask another RVer, you'll probably find that they have workamped or have heard of it. It has really grown over the years and we don't see it stopping anytime soon.
If you're looking for the next workamping adventure, click on the workampingjobs image.
Dusty and I built this bridge for driving movers on to the island for lawn care. It turned out pretty nice.
Golf cart garage.
Double barn doors .
The doors are hung on pipe rails. Using different size washers to make concave wheels.
Really enjoyed working on this project.
Doors built and waiting to be hung.
Closed in both sides waiting for doors.
Fabricated door hangers.