This past winter, we became hosts at Vogel State Park in North Georgia. The RV is not a fan of cold weather, so it is necessary for us to find a job in a warmer climate each winter. Unfortunately, it is the same story for all full timers, which make winter jobs difficult to find.
Paying winter jobs, that is. It seems that most parks in Florida, Texas, Arizona and other warmer weather locations have decided that the influx of Full Timers every winter means free labor. And they are not wrong about that. There are many full timers that are happy to have a warm RV spot for so many hours of work each week.
We are not in the position to not have any money coming in yet. My websites pay the bills, but without some sort of extra income, we start to dig into the savings.
I like to line our jobs up about 6 months in advance and during our summer job in Montana, I was doing a ton of research looking for that illusive paying winter job. Sending out resume after resume and filling out multiple applications, only to be ignored.