Workamper Opportunities


Sutherlin, OR
Planning to explore the Pacific Northwest this summer? Timber Valley SKP Co-op Park in Oregon is offering a three month opportunity for an energetic couple during the months of April, May, and June.

In exchange for 16 – 20 hours per week of work each (total of 32 – 40 hours per week), you’ll receive a quality full hookup site, electricity, and propane at no charge. Additionally, we offer a cash bonus for a successful completion of your 3 month term. Email: [email protected]

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Video Introduction of Timber Valley SKP Park of Oregon.

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We love our RV Community. Timber Valley is situated in the Umpqua River Valley about 10 miles North of Roseburg and an hour south of Eugene.  We’re a little over an hour to the Pacific Ocean, and a bit more than that to the Cascade Mountain Range. It’d be hard to run out of things to do on your off days.

We’re looking for an energetic couple to assist us with all the chores that come with Spring:  weeding, trimming, assisting our Landscape Committee with clean-up, mulching, and planting, assisting the Park Manager with both inside and outside jobs including painting, maintenance, and cleaning. There is no office work or dealing with visitors or members required.

Climate:  Oregon is wet in the Winter and Spring; much dryer in Summer and Fall. April, May, and June is a changeable period… often quite wet, but with more dry and sunny days as Summer nears.  It’s best to be ready for almost anything. Certainly, it’s wise to have good rain resistant outer wear that you can work in.

Hours/Schedule:  We’re willing to work with you so you can have long weekends off, freeing you up for exploring. In most cases, the two of you can work the same days in order to maximize your time off together. But scheduling can be variable due to weather and demand for work to be done.

If you’d like to learn more about this opportunity, email us at
[email protected]

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Thom Hoch