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RV Living

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.

Members: 49
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 jackie morris on January 28, 2011 at 2:13pm

depends on what your looking for. workampers is good for part time and host woek in mostly private campgrounds, if u need to make a livin going to national parks is best, not much options in winter, death valley and big bend but depending how far u want to travel disneyworld in florida and lots other places in florida. if u work for say xanterra they have "core ' employees who work at any of there parks but u can transfer so u dont get bored , and recieve some benefits. delaware north is in yellowstone, sequioa, yosemite, kennedy space center, most airports. aaramark has some and then forever resorts also. hires workampers. lots of options but best to decide where? apply? and then get u a rv. do u want a class a,b,c or a travel trailer ?

lots of options:))

Comment by Robert "Robin" Carlson on January 28, 2011 at 12:45pm

Was a member of workampers for a year, but I must say that I wasn't very impressed. Was I wrong, or expecting a bit too much? Maybe I should test the waters with them again??

Thanks for the input.


Comment by jackie morris on January 28, 2011 at 12:16pm
we will try to answer ant questions u have and u can also check out for more info
Comment by Robert "Robin" Carlson on January 28, 2011 at 11:22am

I would like to join your group. I don't have an RV, but want to get to know RV folks and eventually get an RV. I need more information to get "on the road" so to speak.


Comment by Coly Hope on November 24, 2010 at 9:37am
I want to welcome everyone who has joined my RV Living group. I look forward to discussing this topic with everyone so that we may help one another out on different issues concerning RV Living and seasonal work.

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