Workamping, to most people might mean camp hosting or figure it describes people both working and living at a campground. We have a more liberal definition.

For us, workamping is any job that keeps us on the road.

Sometimes these are conventional workamping jobs; like working at a National Park, selling Christmas trees, or harvesting sugar beets. Other times these are more of what you would think of as a normal job; like being a temporary office worker, consulting, or running a massage therapy practice. Whatever your definition, workamping jobs are usually temporary, be it seasonal or lasting the duration of your visit. Compensation can range from full wages to a free campsite or anything in-between.

Here are some of our thoughts about workamping. Embedded within will be some links to help others as they pursue this lifestyle. If you have any questions, just contact us here.

How do You Find a Job on the Road
The most common questions we get from people is about how we were able to find work in our travels.…
Yellowstone Association
The non-profit Yellowstone Association funds and provides educational products and services for the…
Corrington's Alaskan Ivory
Dennis and Nancy Corrington own several properties in Skagway, Alaska, which they rent out or…
Stu Miller's Pumpkin Patch & Christmas Tree Lot
Seasonal Adventures is the parent company for the Stu Miller’s Pumpkin Patch and Christmas Tree lots…
Sugar Beet Harvest
Sugar beet harvesting jobs with the American Crystal Sugar Company start in early October. You're…
# has several distribution centers around the country. Jobs at distribution…