Campground conncessionaire/ Work Camping?

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tazamarue

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Hi Everyone,

      I always get such great responses for my questions I thought maybe you could help me find an answer to this one. We are interested in working with a campground concessionaire but are unable to locate them on the web. Does anyone have an idea what to look under to find a list of campground concessionaires. Thanks again.

                              Taz :0)
 

Lou Schneider

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Workamper News is a bi-monthly magazine listing concessionaires, campgrounds and other businessess who hire workampers.  Take a look at their web site -  www.workamper.com
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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Recreation Resource Management is a big operator - see http://www.camprrm.com/

The KOA chain handles their own workamper advertising/hiring - most any KOA site will have a link.

The Cradle of Forestry in America Interpretive Association (CFAIA) is a non-profit group that provides volunteers and also operates campgrounds for the US Forest Service using paid workampers. See http://www.cradleofforestry.com/volunteers_Employment/

Many state park systems hire workampers or use volunteers who receive a site in exchange for modest labor. Check each state's recreation website.

workamper.com is the big clearing house for workamping jobs - well worth the subscription price.
 

PaulinBaja

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Try looking for "paid work camping"  or "Paid camp hosting"

AL&L.com is one opportunity!
 
T

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Surprised no one mentioned Xanterra, they do several National Parks including Yellowstone.
 
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