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Gone Workamping: Fall into workamping

WASHINGTON — Have you just finished up your summer season of Workamping? We want to hear all about it! If you’re interested in sharing your experiences with others and helping out those that are new to the lifestyle, please send your inquiry to goneworkamping@gmail.com

Workampers are gearing up for the short Fall season of Workamping in the northern states before old man winter really takes a crippling grip.

Amazon Camperforce has already started for their biggest season of the year and it’s expected to be a huge one! They have even extended some dates into the beginning of next year! Amazon has also added more locations this year. If you remember from last year, there were only two locations hiring for the Camperforce. This year there are four! Amazon is a great place to work, but it may not be for everyone. They pay well, but if you’re a picker, you will walk several miles a day! They do pay for your campsite and there are other perks and benefits that will make it all worth while.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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