Work Camping on an Island?

Work Camping Position – Just in and they need someone now!
Ever thought of living and working on a beautiful island? You’ll find no friendlier people anywhere than in South Louisiana.


“We have a small intimate campground on a small fishing island in the Gulf of Mexico. Owners need assistance while off the island for the day, cleaning the laundry and mowing the perimeter.


Ten to 15 hours a week split between lawn care and cleaning the laundry room ( wipe down machines, sweep the floor, empty trash sweep porch under swings) and lawn (we provide a riding mower and electric push and string trimmer) There may be other duties as necessary such as parking campers and helping owners with chores as necessary, extra hands and such. Possibly driving us on errands.


In return for a camper space and full hookup. Needed asap till November 1 2019. You must be a self starter and very aware of customer care and have a friendly disposition.”


Island House RV Park
Grand Isle, Louisiana
Phone Michelle at 985-360-6451

New Work Camper (rare!) opportunity just received for the Texas Hill Country!

NOTE: This Work Camper position has been filled. Do not apply.

Couple wanted to live free at my beautiful, historical, ranch in Texas, for doing small jobs. 

(Sent to me, Jack, 12/13/18)
My wife Heidi and I own a small ‘Not for Profit, just for Enjoyment’ Game Ranch, where there is
no boring office duties, no ‘running credit cards’ or checking RV’rs in and out, no swimming pools or restrooms to clean, just mainly ‘grunt work’, but Nothing Hard……….

The Following will give you a better idea of what I need done on here.

Again, Thanks,

B.J. and Heidi McCord, Kerrville, Texas

What I expect in my Workamper Couple:

I prefer an Honest, Permanent Couple (for two sets of eyes), to be with us for a good length of time, and, we prefer ‘Home-Bodies’, rather than those that ‘Have to Travel’ all the time, so someone will be here in case something happens & we need you. 

Summer ‘DayTrips’ and even ‘weekenders’ are fine as long as the ‘Duties are Done’, but longer than that is ‘stretching it’.  Winter is Much more ‘open’ for you to travel because there is less we can do on here as the deer are ‘in Rut’ (breeding), then having babies, etc., so we stay Out of the pastures.

I will not have Children or un-trained Yapping Dogs’, because I Will Not have Anything chasing or bothering our chickens, game, and/or other wildlife that live here.  NO Pit Bulldogs, No loud Music, No loud vehicles, or loud people, or Anything Else Loud.

On the small engine repairs, I just need someone who is capable of deciphering problems and get our lawnmowers, chainsaws, or weed-eaters, mowing and bucket tractors running if they fail to, or to be able to ‘tune them up’ if they don’t run right, and maintain them, rather than having to take them to a durn shop to be fixed.  We don’t use them very often, but when we do, we need ’em to run right.

As far as a Carpenter goes, I need a ‘half-az’ carpenter to replace the top deck bannister and floor, and paint on our old home, and possibly give the CampHouse a good coat of Wood Sealer, maybe replace a screen door, etc., etc., etc.

I don’t offer any pay, but just a spacious RV spot in a Live Oak Tree Mott, and I furnish along with the site, electricity, septic, water, and satellite TV.

If the Wifi I have in the house will work, you will have it also, if not we can talk about getting it in.

I need some ‘ranch work’ done, and a few carpentry ‘re-builds’ on our 122 year old home and possibly some painting here and there, but the ‘work’ is Not limited to this.  I have a list of the work, pretty well in the order of ‘Has to be done No, to Later’……

The Axis & White-Tail deer and other animals and birds that call this place ‘Home’, are so comfortable on here, they eat, sleep, breed, and bare their young on here, so we don’t even go into some areas, because it may disturb them and they may move.  I will show you the areas to ‘Stay Out Of’.

You will need to keep us a supply ready of ‘mixed up’ ‘Hi-Protein’ Feed, in 5-gallon buckets, for us to feed our deer with (as my wife Heidi feeds every afternoon), feed and care for our chickens, gather their GREAT eggs for you and I, keep our ‘Live Traps’ baited 24/7 to catch and ‘dispatch’ the predators that kill or chase our defenseless feathered friends, rabbits, and/or deer, then feed them to our poor buzzards at our ‘bone yard’. 

You will be expected to  pick up any trash that may blow onto our fence off the highway, help plant Oats for our deer, mow,

weed-eat and grub weeds in the summertime, pull dead trees to the ‘burn pile’, and be able to fix any problem that arises with the mower or weed-eater engines, and then ‘Winterize’ by wrapping and insulating a few water pipes & water items to keep them from freezing in the winter times, ‘ride’ the West fence and look good for ‘Crawl Holes’ at least weekly & if found ‘Rock Them Closed’, in order to keep Foxes, Bobcats, Raccoons, Hogs, Porcupines, and ‘feral dogs’, etc. Out.

You can ‘Shock’ our pool, clean water filters on our fish tanks, and many other ‘odd things’ that may come up, like trim cedars to widen roads, but be sure to poison any Fire Ant mounds whenever and wherever you see them.

If you get bored, you can ‘straighten’ the items in  the barn, make sure all vehicle tires are up so they don’t go flat & ruin.

I would like to say I want about 22 hours a week, but after you get ‘the Duties lined out’, I really and truly don’t believe this would take over 12 to 15 hours a week to do.  If you see it is taking longer, heck, wait till the next week. There’s No Rush on here!

Remember to NEVER WALK On This Ranch, Away From the Barn-House Areas!  Always drive our old Kawasaki Mules, as the game is used to them, as feed comes out of them, but Please Drive Them Slowly, so it doesn’t hurt them, OR scare our game. NEVER leave the House/and/or Barn areas at night, other than by the main road to the main gate. Please Fuel the Mules up and check the tires for air, weekly.

While doing all of  this, Always Being Aware of Trespassers, or people who are on this Ranch, Uninvited, and be ready to call the

Sheriff if Anyone is  ever seen, which it never has, but …in this idiotic day in time, ya never know………..

Other than that, just sit, relax, and enjoy the Beauty of this ‘Historical old Ranch, and this Portion of the Texas Hill Country’, and

all of the many species of wildlife, that call this place,’ Home’.

If you need to have a job, there is no reason why you can’t get a job in town and still do the few jobs I need done here, also.

This place is Not ‘Work, Work, Work’, it is more like ‘Work a little then relax & enjoy, work a little then Relax & enjoy’.  There is NO hard work here, and Nothing that I don’t already do myself at 78.  Well, other than fix gas motors & replace flooring……..Ha!

Please Understand, this is a ‘Low-Fenced but ‘High Quality Game Ranch’, and in order to keep it as quiet as possible on here & to keep from disturbing our many ‘Game Animals’, that Live Here, we cannot allow you to have guest over here.  We just cannot

have people ‘coming and going’, all times of the day and night.  So, Please meet and visit with your guest in town, and not here.

Now, This Is Not Written in Stone, we are willing to listen if you want someone that is Quiet to stay overnight or even a weekend, and if you want to travel in the summer, we can work out a schedule when y’all and We want to travel, and the other can be here, watching and taking care of our place, and our animals, birds, and fish for us.

Kerrville and this surrounding area of the Beautiful ‘Texas Hill Country’, has many, many beautiful, and historical, areas to visit &

enjoy, and we own a kayak that you are Most Welcome to borrow, if you want to ‘Float’ the Beautiful Guadalupe, Frio, or Sabinal

Rivers’ to relax, swim, or fish.  Just be sure to take paddles, ‘life jackets’ & if you fish, have current Fishing Licenses, to be ‘legal’.

When we ‘travel’ in our RV in the summertime, you will be expected to still get the trash out & pick up our mail, feed our deer, fish,

chickens and song birds, and make sure all of the sources of water are working for them to drink fresh, clear, water, and have everything they need to keep them happy & Extra safe on here, so they will be here when we get back.

There’s Many other things that need to be done that I cannot possibly put down here.  Just keep our place like you would if you owned it and loved the animals as much as we do.

Please Understand: You are an Independent Contractor, so we Do Not collect any taxes out of paychecks for the government.

Again, we prefer ‘Home-Bodies’, that are happy staying here, rather than those that ‘Have the Need to Travel’ all the time.

I have a ‘write-up’ of the History of Kerr County and of the particular ranch that I own, that I will be more than happy to share with you. Just ask me for them.

FYI:  We believe that Donald Trump is doing a Great Job!   If you disagree, please do yourself a huge favor and learn the truth about Trump rather than believe all of the Democratic lies, which as far as I can see, lies are the only thing Democrats Excel at.

After reading this, I would like to hear from you.

Please email me ONLY, at



New Work Camping Job Posting – Hershey Entertainment and Resorts


New Work Camping Job Posting – Hershey Entertainment and Resorts
(Received 11/21/18)
Job Description:
This position is responsible for cleaning, grounds keeping, and providing maintenance to all areas of the Hersheypark Camping Resort.
This is a seasonal position available for the peak season which begins in March, and continues thru the fall/winter shoulder season. This is primarily a first shift position. However, working schedule may include mornings, mid shifts, evenings, weekends and holidays based on operational needs and may vary week to week.
Job Functions:
Detailed cleaning of cabins, bath houses and public spaces
Picking up trash
Cleaning fire pits
Operating lawn equipment to include lawn mowers, string trimmers, chain saws, and hedge saws
General Maintenance
Washing dishes and doing laundry
Other duties as assigned by manager/supervisor
Provide guest site escort as needed by front desk team
Basic Qualifications:
Must be at least 18 years of age or older
Must have a valid driver’s license
Additional Qualifications:
Organizational skills
Positive, professional employee and guest relations skills
Capable of working alone and as a team. Must be a self starter
Ability to handle multiple priorities at once
Ability to understand instructions, both written and verbal
Must be able to clean 6 to 8 cabins within a specified time period
Working Conditions:
Physical requirements include complete mobility and good physical conditioning, good hearing and vision, and ability to tolerate heat
Proper footwear must be provided by employee
Must be able to push/pull/lift a maximum of 50 lbs
Exposure to machinery and lawn equipment
Ability to safely use chemicals in and around the work place meeting OSHA standards
This is a seasonal position available for the peak season which begins in March, and continues thru the fall/winter shoulder season. Working schedule is primarily 1st shift however, it may include mornings, mid shifts, evenings, weekends and holidays. All schedules are based on operational needs and may vary week to week.
Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time
Hershey Entertainment & Resorts is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Find wage, amenity and application information on the website:
Address questions to:
Alysia Coppula
Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company
27 W. Chocolate Avenue / Hershey, PA 17033
Phone: 717-508-1748



Work Campers – South Carolina is Calling You!

littlepeedee2 just received from the Park Manager 3/13/18:

Little Pee Dee State Park is looking for Campground Hosts.
The host program helps run the campground and many day use operations. We are looking for people who want to make a difference and create lasting memories. We are a nice, small and quiet campground right off of highway 95 and a little over an hour from Myrtle Beach. If you are interested, please email James M. Revis at for more information.

Work Camping Job Posting – North Georgia

Received: 2/14/18
We are a highly rated retreat facility & campground in the North Georgia Mountains. We are seeking dedicated, reliable and committed couples or individuals. We are currently staffing for all positions including front desk, bookkeeping, housekeeping, landscaping, cooking, mechanic, maintenance, construction, carpenter, plumber, electrician, farm operation, & animal care – no camp hosting positions. We are also seeking a qualified experienced management couple.

We operate as an educational, sustainable 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We offer a great working atmosphere and a beautiful nature experience with 4 waterfalls, 5 streams, and certified organic garden and farm surrounded by 1 million acres of national forest at the highest elevation in the mountains of north Georgia. Enota is rated in the top 100 places in the nation for camping. Full hookups or lodging and other benefits are included.

Make sure to visit our website to view our videos including TV specials, property & farm tour, and educational programs for youth to get a better sense of our property.

If you think we may be a good fit for you, please complete the short application on our website.

You can email us at enota@

We look forward to hearing from you!
PH: 706-896-9966

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New PA Open Camp Host Positions

Camp Host Couples Wanted at YMCA Camp Sherwin
Received: 2/4/18
Camp Sherwin is located in Lake City, PA on the shores of Lake Erie, between Walnut Creek and Elk Creek Access areas. It is a public campground with tent, RV, Seasonal Sites, and Cabins. Facilities are also available for weddings and group events. YMCA Summer Camp Day Programs also are operated from this site. Camp Sherwin also holds wellness programs, community events and weekend family activities for all ages and interest groups.

Host Couples will set an example by being model campers observing all rules and regulations. Our volunteer hosts must be a team such as a husband and wife. Must be over 21 years old. The schedule will be flexible enough for hosts to still enjoy the many resources of Erie County.

Camp Sherwin Campground hosts perform a variety of tasks, such as greeting customers, coordinating weekend activities/events, and cleaning up cabins/campsites. They will also perform light maintenance work around the campground such as sweeping and stocking supplies at the shower houses, pond maintenance, court maintenance, yard work, help setting up the halls for rentals, helping with small construction projects, making emergency minor repairs when possible, informing the Camp Director about potential problems, and various other duties. Hosts need to become familiar with local points of interest and the location where local services can be obtained, e.g. fuel, lp, laundromat, groceries.

On duty hours include weekend hours and holiday hours and will be mutually agreed between the manager and host. The manager will approve specific duty hours and assignments for an average of 30 hours per week. Hosts provide their own RV/tent and are provided a free campsite with utility hookups and access to WIFI.

Benefits of being a volunteer camper at YMCA Camp Sherwin Campground:

1. Free campsite with water, electric, and dumping station, ice and WIFI.

2. Metro YMCA Membership during your hosting period.

3. Use of recreational amenities, including swimming pool.

4. Staff shirt.

Contact 814-882-5033; Lake City, PA

Two New Work Camping Opportunities

9/20/17 Both received today. Act fast to contact either if interested.

1. Position for a couple interested in managing a 400 space RV Resort near the Mesa/Apache Junction Area.
We are looking for a couple who is interested in full-time, management position to work at our RV Resort in the Apache Junction area. This position requires an experienced and reliable team who are capable of handling the day-to-day property operations of an RV Resort. The selected team must be able to handle the administrative needs of the office along with the maintenance needs of the Park. Applicants must be willing to work flexible hours and live on-site at the Resort.

Core Qualifications:
·         Prior resort or property management experience required.
·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
·         Enjoy working in a 55+ community
·         Be willing to assist a diverse community of residents with different needs.
Maintenance Responsibilities:
  • Perform duties related to plumbing, electrical, painting, pressure washing and any other maintenance needs related to the property.
  • Troubleshoot maintenance problems to identify issues and necessary repairs.
  • Complete grounds work, which may include trash clean up, sweeping, landscaping, etc.
  • Should be able operate various manual and power tools.
  • Regular maintenance, if applicable, to landscape and irrigation systems.
  • Properly operate, maintain and store all maintenance equipment.
  • Point of contact for after hours’ calls and emergencies.
  • Must be able to lift objects weighing 50lbs or above regularly. Applicant should also be able to meet the physical demands to work indoors and outdoors.
  • Positional also requires physical ability to stand and walk for long periods, climb stairs and ladders and to squat.
·         Knowledge of city regulations/city code is a plus.
·         Possession of a valid driver’s license is required.
Administrative Responsibilities:
  • Complete daily administrative duties.
  • Communicate via telephone and email about deposits, cancellations, renewals and resident concerns.
  • Produce weekly and monthly reports relating to income collection.
  • Delegate and communicate responsibilities efficiently to staff .
  • Assist prospective and current resident with questions, concerns and relations.
  • Maintain a thorough knowledge of all community policies and enforce policies throughout Park.
  • Greet new residents and assist with the check-in process.
·         Ability to coordinate and communicate with Activities Director and Park Association.
·         Courteous and efficient handling of resident requests and complaints.
·         Communicate with the Corporate Office regarding office needs.
  • Applicant should have basic knowledge of administrative and office decorum. Should have a respectful, friendly and approachable demeanor.
  • Applicant should also be computer and internet savvy. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Campground Master is desired

    Interested parties email

    2. Looking for a couple to host at Questa Lodge and RV Park
    Questa, NM

    The park provides private accommodations in the Lodge building.  The front office is part of the living room which has a stove for heating in the winter.  The lodge has an full kitchen, dining area, master bedroom with private master bath.

    Duties will include answering phone, checking ARS system (currently being implemented), cleaning cabins between reservations, cleaning restroom and other general maintenance and repairs.  Hi season starts before memorial day and slows down mid-September/October.

    In addition to lodging, we include a monthly salary.

    Interested parties should contact John at 575 779 8985

Work Camper Opportunity at Lake Sherwood Recreation Area

Opportunity at Lake Sherwood Recreation Area in the Monongahela National Forest

Received: 6/2/17

Do you like the outdoors? Meeting new people? Does spending the

summer at the lake interest you? If so, there are currently opportunities

at the Lake Sherwood gatehouse for work campers.


The Forest Service is seeking couples or singles to assist in the operation

of the Lake Sherwood gatehouse.

The responsibilities include:

 Open/close campground gate on assigned days

 Staff the gatehouse to greet visitors, issue visitor permits and passes,

collect fees, provide brochures and maps, compile visitor use


 Post campsites with reservation signs

 Assist with the delivery of campground programs (Smokey Bear,


A free full hookup campsite (electric, water, and sewer) is provided as

well as a daily stipend allowance in return for your services.

For more information please call the White Sulphur Ranger Station at

304-536- 2144 extension 111 to speak with Yvonne Norman or email her


White Sulphur Springs, WV