If you’re a nomad that wants to give back to the nomadic community, use your experience on the road to help other nomads create their dreams while helping make one of our locations more amazing for all the vagabonds who roll through by being a work camper at Wanderlust Waypoints may be just what you’re looking for.
If you’re willing to get your hands dirty, you’ll be able to earn credits to use toward lot fees, items from our stores, items from our website, and at some location can be traded for cash payouts!
Most Wanderlust Waypoints locations are land partner locations, and each location determines pay rates, compensation options, and duties.
You will need to be living in your rig full-time or rent a cottage or cabin at one of the locations. Please note, cabin rentals fees are NOT payable with work trade credits so please budget accordingly when considering the program.
Each location has a wide range of tasks that need to be accomplished. From daily maintenance tasks to new project construction, we welcome anyone that has the skills and the wills to get things done. The build-site host determines the tasks that need to be accomplished and you will not be asked to do anything above your ability. Also, if you have a skilled trade, additional opportunities may be available.
Once you’ve spent time as a work camper at any of our locations gives you the opportunity to go to any other location and pick up right where you left off. Since we handle everything at the main office nothing will change and you’ll continue receiving credits as you work your hours, no matter what location you’re at!
Do you know a nomad that would be awesome as a work camper? After you work with us, you can earn $25 in additional work trade credits for every nomad you recruit who joins the program! We are working to build a community throughout the Waypoints network and that can only happen with your help finding awesome humans!
If you’re already sold on the work camper thing at Waypoints you’ll need to do a few things. There is some paperwork and legal documents that need to be signed before you can start throwing your trowel in the soil but we’ll walk you through everything. We do not charge for our work camper program like some non-skoolie RV park programs do. We only ask that you pay a $25 fee so that we can run a background check for any red flags.
To get started as a Waypoints work camper, feel free to contact us to get the conversation started and see how and where your talents can be best utilized at our location.