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Workamper, Work Camper, Workcamper Resources

Workamping (work-camping) / workcamper:  exchanging work hours for rv site and pay in order to travel, spend more time in different regions of the country and gain new skills.


Below are the resources we have been using to find work camping jobs and our experience with each thus far, we have no affiliation with any of these websites. We will keep this page updated if anything changes.

Workamper News

Workamper News has both free and paid memberships. For us, it has been worth the yearly fee since we have found both of our first two jobs through Workamper News. One employer that we contacted first and one that found us through the Workamper website. For members, the site is also packed with useful tools like the resume builder, a sample work agreement and the ability to sort and filter by state and benefits.

  • Membership – Free and paid
  • Ease of use – Moderate but easy once you get the hang of it, there is a lot to navigate
  • Did we send resume to employers? Yes
  • Did we make contact with an employer? Yes
  • Did we accept a position? Yes

WorkampingJobs.com

Workampingjobs.com is free to post and use for workers and employers. It has a great sorting function and a good variety of current ads.

  • Membership – None
  • Ease of use – Easy
  • Did we send resume to employers? Yes
  • Did we make contact with an employer? No
  • Did we accept a position? No

Happy Vagabonds

Happy Vagabonds is free for workers and employers with current listings grouped by state.

  • Membership – None
  • Ease of use – Easy
  • Did we send resume to employers? Yes
  • Did we make contact with an employer? Yes
  • Did we accept a position? No, when we received more information from the employer, it did not meet our needs

Cool Works

Cool Works lives up to its name and has some of the coolest positions I have found, however many are in exchange for site only where we require site and pay. Cool Works is not just RVs, but also post jobs that offer lodging.

  • Membership – None
  • Ease of use – Easy
  • Did we send resume to employers? Yes
  • Did we make contact with an employer? Yes
  • Did we accept a position? No, but offered a position with site plus pay, but had already accepted else where.

Workers on Wheels

Workers on Wheels has free access for workers. Current ads are listed on one page. I did not see a search or filter function, but jobs are sorted by categories in the main menu. Ads are kept current.

  • Membership – None
  • Ease of use – Moderate
  • Did we send resume to employers? No
  • Did we make contact with an employer? No
  • Did we accept a position? No

Do you know of another workcamping website we should try? Share your experiences in the comments below.

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