WASHINGTON — Ask three different full-time RVers who workamp what workamping means to them and you might get three different answers. To me, the traditional workamping scenario is: working a temporary job at some kind of business in need of temporary help in exchange for a camping site.
This kind of “workamping” has typically been a casual barter between a full-time RVer and a business owner. An employer hires a workamper solo or couple to help during the busy season. In exchange for a few days of light work each week, the workamper receives a free campsite (along with other common workamping benefits, like free laundry).
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