Please share your comments about your experience : Bethel outdoor Adventure is a happy place for sure. Guest of all ages are encouraged to come & enjoy all that they have to offer. I am for sure a people person & having the opportunity to meet so many from all over the world there at the little Bethel Maine paradise was such an expierence. Patty & Jeff are good to not just the guest but treat the Vollunteers with high respect. This will be our second year going back. I highly recomend this little piece of heaven on the Androscoggin River for anyone.
Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : So many I'll start by saying you are treated like family to Patty & Jeff & the crew. Pot luck dinners, movie nights around a nice fire. Go into town on Tuesday night's for pizza then follow up with ice cream.
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Satellite TV Reception
Date of Review: 11-10-2019
Hours worked per week/person: Less than 20 hours
Organization Type: Private
Job Title: Workamper
Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No
Please share your comments about your experience : We have workamped last three summers at Bethel Outdoor Adventure & Campground in western Maine. Workampers usually are assigned as waterfront director & driver for kayak/canoe/tube shuttle service. Lots of interaction with guests looking to have fun time on the Androscoggin river. Exchange 20hrs labor per couple for full hookup 50A site. Park has complimentary Wifi. Other roles may be available based on skills, discuss with management. Owners Jeff & Pattie Parsons truly care about all their staff, really great folks to work for.
Note: Due to state law workampers are registered as employees, receive zero paycheck, and will be issued W2 at tax time.
Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : * Free use of rental equipment
(canoes, kayaks, tubes, paddleboards)
* Regular pot luck dinners
* Group campfires