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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 Keith Judkins on April 19, 2011 at 11:44am

One of the options I put down for my wife and I was a campground position whihc might be more likely to have an RV spot. Don't know that for sure.

Comment by Coly Hope on April 19, 2011 at 11:36am
Thats a good point Billie.
Comment by Billie Brown on April 19, 2011 at 11:07am
Coly, what they didn't tell you was they try to hire two people that live in one camper also.  That way they can get more employees for less room.  (Just my opinion)
Comment by Coly Hope on April 19, 2011 at 10:50am

I applied for a job at Yellowstone for this Summer and I never got a call back so I called them. They told me that because I requested an RV spot and that the RV spots were usually reserved for managers that they could not offer me a job. Theyt did say that if I wanted to live in employee housing they would take another look at my application. I actually find there story hard to believe because when I worked there in 1997 there were plenty of employees That had a spot for their RV.

Comment by Keith Judkins on April 19, 2011 at 3:59am
We are in the process of buying an RV and have applied to Xantera for jobs in Yellowstone for the summer  of 2012. Any comments on the best place to live in an RV in YNP?
Comment by Coly Hope on March 3, 2011 at 1:05pm
I worked in Grant Village which is on Yellowstone Lake but I did not own a RV at the time. There were two places at Grant for employee RVs one in the parking lot and the other one was down the road not far from Grayling Dorm. I believe they had water, elecric and sewer hookups but do not believe they had cable hook up but that may have changed.
Comment by Charlene Webb on March 2, 2011 at 3:20pm
Has anyone stayed in the employee RV park on Yellowstone Lake?  Any feedback?
Comment by Coly Hope on February 16, 2011 at 9:54am
One year ago today I purchased my First RV.
Comment by Patty Brown on February 6, 2011 at 2:39pm
Someone was asking about RVing with cats.  As long as they don't charge the door when you come and go, it should be fine.  Our trailer is only 28 ft long and we took our 6 year old cat with us to FL for a week and she was fine.  It was her first trip and she preferred riding in the camper as opposed to being put in her carrier and riding in the truck with us. 
Comment by Jim on February 3, 2011 at 8:06pm
Just joining, but been workamping since '99.  Still workamping, but only in the summer.  We have worked national parks, private campgrounds, corporate companies, ex:Target and gift stores.

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