From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
Have you ever wondered how campground hosts at your favorite national park got to work there? Do you want to see more the country but are on a limited full-timing budget? If you answered “yes,” then workamping could be the answer.
According to Workamper News, the first organization to help full-time RVers find jobs on the road, the definition of “workamping” is:
Workamping includes any activity that involves the exchange of man/woman hours for anything of value. Workampers are adventuresome individuals and couples who have chosen a wonderful lifestyle that combines any kind of part-time or full-time work with RV camping.
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