By Lazydays

Thinking about full-time RVing? Here's how to make money on the road in your RV.

Becoming a full-time RVer doesn’t have to be out of your reach. Check out these different ways to make money while you’re on the road in your RV, and you just may find a way to fund your RV lifestyle without missing out on travel opportunities.

Remote Jobs

As technology continues to improve, work-on-the-road jobs are becoming more and more feasible for people in many different professions. Whether you’re working part-time as a freelance writer or online tutor, or full-time as a graphic designer or developer, you can do all the work you need while still enjoying the open road. Talk to your current employer about remote flexibility or find a job that offers remote opportunities, then make sure you have reliable Wi-Fi so you can become part of the growing digital nomad community.

Part-Time & Seasonal Opportunities

If you’re the kind of person who likes to explore different places for months at a time, you might be able to make money on the road by finding part-time jobs in the places you visit. Choose from jobs like waiting tables, catering events, being a courier, packing and shipping, working at stadiums and other seasonal jobs. Especially if you’re visiting somewhere with a large tourist draw, you might be able to find something to last the whole season.

Travel Jobs

If you want to be a full-time RVer, there are plenty of travel jobs to consider. Some professions, like nursing, offer travel jobs that allow you to explore different parts of the country for months at a time. Other full-time RVers make money by writing travel blogs, creating travel podcasts, taking travel photos, and developing a personal brand around the RV lifestyle.

RV Workamping

Workamping is a lifestyle trend where RVers trade labor for a place to park their RVs. In some cases, they might also receive monetary compensation or other perks. Some of the most popular types of workamping jobs are in the camping industry, but that’s not the only industry where you can find these kinds of opportunities. In fact, many Spring Training locations, racetracks and festival venues have workamping openings to get you started.

Before you move to full-time RV living, you’ll want a camper you can count on. Lazydays RV dealerships in Florida, Arizona and Colorado have the largest selection of new and pre-owned RVs in the nation, with RVs in every price range, for every budget. Visit us today!