WE need able-bodied couples to help run our railway & RV Resort from October thru April. Applicants must love working with children, families, and snowbirds. We also need cleaning staff and grounds keepers from April thru September. Winter workers are needed to decorate for the holidays. We also need counter help in our gift shop & café, platform guards, help with reservations, cleaning, grounds keepers, painters, crowd control personnel, and helpers to assist with building new holiday themed creations.

Wood Workers, children’s musicians, face painters, storytellers, Magicians, puppeteers, clowns, artist, entertainers and creative couples are always welcome. Male applicants must be healthy enough to lift 50 pounds and stand on a stepladder.

Serious couples only need apply. If you're just looking for a warm place to spend the winter while doing as little as possible please don’t apply! Sent your résumé to workamper@waleswest.com

A ROGUE'S GALLERY OF GREAT WORKAMPERS
Join us and your baby face could wind up here!

Workampers make great signs! Do these look like wheels? Easy Street He ate too much!
Label Ladies Make it shine! Workcamp Monsters Workamper's Party
 
  Workamper Toy Makers General Dave's Creation Track Gang
Die weeds! Don the wheel man Jerry the Train Man Light-hanging Workampers
 
  Workampers make chairs. Painting the trim Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus
       
       
2006 group shot before the annual W/C roast in early March. "G" gauge expert "Sir Author" thinking hard! Men from Montana, Scotland, England & Al. all know how to lean on shovels. The "Polish Prince" likes to get up early and steam up "Dame Ann".
The owner (on right) and Mr. Lucky take a scone break in the Tea Room. All the dogs in the resort wanted to eat this Easter Bunny. "Sir Bob of Fine Cuts" makes very fancy things. This young lady trimmed every tree & bush in the park in one winter-WOW!
W/Cers eating up all the goodies after the last Xmas train of the night. BUSTED! A perfect winters day for playing in the dirt next to the  tracks. These two were skinny little weaklings when they first arrived.
You can't hide from paper work even in the train shed. Everybody wants to ride. Who could say no to this great scène when they check-in. The Wales West exercise machine.
"Sir Larry" undoing  another web page bobo. Work/camper party animals. The seat in this Chinese canoe was no match for our resident magician. The 2007 season work/camp party