Work Camping with Us

Work Camping is an opportunity for those who have RV's and campers to volunteer in exchange for an RV site.

We have workcamper positions open year round at both the Westport Maritime Museum and the Grays Harbor Lighthouse. Our workcampers volunteer for 20-24 hours per week, depending on the season, in exchange for a full hookup RV site.

 

Westport is a quiet fishing town that offers miles of beaches down the coast and amenities like grocery store, drug store, gas stations, restaurants, laundry mat, post office, shops, city parks, state parks, fishing, crabbing, clamming, and beachcombing. There are larger cities nearby that provide even more shopping, restaurants and activities. There are also unending possibilities for day and overnight trips up the Washington coast to La Push, Olympic National Park or down the Washington coast to Long Beach and Oregon. 

Most people imagine our weather to be more severe than it is. In my opinion Westport has great weather, not too hot in the summer, not too cold in the winter. It rains more in the winter, but not as much as you'd expect and we rarely get snow. Normally it snows once during the winter and the next day you'd never know that it had snowed the day before.

Please contact Julie, our Operations Manager, at juliesmith.wsbhs@gmail.com for more information about our worcamper program.

 

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