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Old 01-25-2015, 10:37 PM   #1
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Workamping 2015

Anyone have plans for this summer ? We've workamped the last two years...planning on making this #3.
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Anyone have plans for this summer ? We've workamped the last two years...planning on making this #3.
We are planning on it, but our 'dance card' is just packed for this year. DW is spending lots of time looking up workcamping stuff to get us 'edumacated' and possibly applying later this year for workcamping jobs in 2016.

Appears workcamping is working well for you.
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We enjoy it, especially meeting all kinds of folks from all around the world. We had friends doing it and would visit them. Sounded interesting so we jumped in and have had great experiences so far. It is a commitment though. Good luck!
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I have been hosting for the last 3 years in Banff... cannot commit this year till I know when my surgery is going to be and how long till I have movement again..
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Old 01-26-2015, 12:45 PM   #5
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Wishing you well on your surgery Seann...I love Banff have not been there in many many years but it's on our list to visit again. Just a beautiful area.
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Wishing you well on your surgery Seann...I love Banff have not been there in many many years but it's on our list to visit again. Just a beautiful area.
What he said...
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Best work camping sites

So what are the best sites for looking into work camping?
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Two of the more popular sites are Workamper.com for private and government campgrounds and workatkoa.com for KOA campgrounds. Workamper also has a magazine which is published bi-monthly. Yes you will pay a small (about $35) fee for each site, but they allow you to make and post a resume, and, get all jobs posted, daily. Well worth it.. I know their are other sites but these seem to be he most active.

Workamper.com also has jobs from private companies, ie Amazon, Adventureland etc.

Doc appears you may be in the same town as Us...Surprise Az ?
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http://www.workampingjobs.com/

This is a free site which you can find ads for campgrounds looking for help or post your ad. Again, it is free.
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Doc appears you may be in the same town as Us...Surprise Az ?
Yes we are. We live in Sun City Grand. How about you and what kind of a rig do you own?
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