We are in Taos, NM, staying at the Taos Valley RV Park & Campground. It's a very nice park with spacious pull-through sites and only a couple of miles from the plaza. When we registered, I noticed a sign: Workampers Needed.
Later I asked about the sign and was told that they would like to find an RV couple to work in the park- so many hours in exchange for their RV site plus pay for extra hours. They could use someone in the office, someone outside. They have a local working for them but she just doesn't have a feeling for how a campground operates.
Actually staying in an RV park before you work in it is a good way to see how it runs and if you'd like working there. We don't always have that luxury, especially if we are in the West and want to work in the East or vice versa. But as you stay at parks, check them out. Talk to the owners or managers about working there. You may even be offered a job on the spot!
|See Support Your RV Lifestyle! An Insider's Guide to Working on the Road for lots of ideas for finding out about jobs as you travel.|