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This is a group for seasonal workers who have lived in RV's, are currently living in an RV or want to live in an RV while at seasonal jobs.

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Latest Activity: Dec 7, 2018

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Your RV 27 Replies

I was wondering what kind of an RV everyone has? I have a 1994 Rexhall Aerbus 3300.

Started by Coly Hope. Last reply by Carol Mar 3, 2015.

Summer 2015 2 Replies

I was wondering if anyone knows when they start posting job openings for the summer of 2015. We will take a Class A motorhome so need RV space. Looking for Mesa Verde but anywhere in Colorado will do.Continue

Started by Patty Brown. Last reply by Patty Brown Nov 9, 2014.

South Rim Grand Canyon in Winter

My summer job in Alaska ends in a month and am looking for winter work and have been looking at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon for winter employment. If anyone here has ever lived in an RV there…Continue

Started by Coly Hope Aug 22, 2014.

First Timers Jitters 8 Replies

Every time I think of buying an RV-motor home, a ton of family members tell me how expensive it is to maintain.Yet the perks are there, all your own stuff in your own place, and the seasonal life…Continue

Tags: motor, homes, advice, hosts, campground

Started by Carol. Last reply by Chris Cooling Jun 3, 2014.

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Comment by Coly Hope on November 13, 2014 at 2:55pm

Patty, the two places I can think of in Colorado that have RV spaces for seasonal workers are Mesa Verde National Park and Taylor Park Trading Post.

Comment by Don Kostyal on October 29, 2014 at 2:30pm

Patty, most summer jobs start to post at this time, while many don't actually hire until after the 1st of the year. Another source besides Cool Works is Workcamper for people with RV's. On Cool Works you have to look at the jobs and see what the housing is that is available. 

Comment by Patty Brown on October 29, 2014 at 8:31am

Hi...haven't been on here in forever. Does anyone have information as to when employers start posting their openings for the summer of 2015? We are looking for places that are Class A compatible and preferably Colorado. Thanks.

Comment by Coly Hope on June 2, 2014 at 11:10pm
Thats natural to be nervous over something like that. I was nervous to but glad I bought my RV because I love it.
Comment by Clint Cadigan on May 17, 2014 at 11:22pm
It all happening. The buggy almost all done. The house is up for sail. Time to live the dream. Kinda scared but varey excided.
Comment by Carol on May 25, 2012 at 9:08pm

Hi Ed, I'm going to get serious about this RV thing now. I could pull my little Geo, what is a good length?


I think I could go shopping at a dealership just to test drive some?

Comment by Ed Boland on March 17, 2012 at 2:39pm

The picture above is a Class A. The picyure below is my Class C. Mant fulltimers use a 5th wheel with a truck larger enough to handle it. Put a slise out on it and you have extra space. I prefer the Class-C becuase I can tow a smaller vehicle with goo MPG. Actually a trailer with a small cycle and bicycle and tools.

Comment by Coly Hope on March 17, 2012 at 1:41pm

It depends which motorhome you are asking about. Class A are your larger RV's, Class B is the van conversions and Class C are a little smaller than the Class A but have a cab with a bunk above the cab.

The most popular in my opinion are Class A motorhomes and Fifth Wheels because there is plenty of room to live in.

Comment by Jay "Hobo" Van Horn on February 26, 2012 at 2:38am

Greetings to all RV's. Although I don't have an RV, I can see it could get in one's blood. I was wondering which is more popular. Motorhome or travel trailer and why?

Comment by Coly Hope on January 28, 2012 at 12:03pm

Welcome to the group Ed.


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