Branson Lakeside RV Park  

Workamp Information

Organization Type:Public
Org./Park Name:Branson Lakeside RV Park
Avarage Ratings:

Latest Reviews

  • 1.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 09-06-2019

    Hours worked per week/person: Less than 20 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: workcamper

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : WORST EXPERIENCE WORKCAMPING WE HAVE EVER HAD. THE WOMEN THAT MANAGES THE PARK IS LOUD, RUDE, EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO WORK AROUND. ALWAYS A LOT OF TENSION IN THE OFFICE. WE LEFT EARLY, LIFE IS TO SHORT TO PUT UP WITH THAT. THE ASSISTANT MANAGERS ARE GREAT AND SHOULD BE RUNNING THE PARK.

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : SHOWS FREE OR AT A DISCOUNT AND FREE HOOK-UPS----NOT WORTH IT.

    Amenities

    FHU
    Laundry
    Cable
    Wi-Fi
    TV Antenna Reception
    Satellite TV Reception

    -- Anonymous

  • 2.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 10-10-2018

    Hours worked per week/person: Less than 20 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: worhcamper

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : Working at the park was a lot of fun. We were right on lake Taneycomo so we could go fishing whenever we wanted. the park is located within walking distance to Branson Landing. The only thing we did not like about the whole thing is the office manager She was very rude to quests and the workers at the park. She would yell at and belittle the workcampers in front of quests and other workers. she would tell you to do something one day and then 2 days later yell at you for doing it. she would yell at her husband infront of everyone , or on the radio. we would have to be hard up to return to work there again.

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : free or discounted shows

    Amenities

    FHU
    Laundry
    Cable
    Wi-Fi
    TV Antenna Reception
    Satellite TV Reception

    -- Anonymous

  • 1.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 02-25-2018

    Hours worked per week/person: 20 to 30 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: camp host

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : horrible management experience

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : went to some of the local shows for free

    Amenities

    FHU
    Laundry
    Cable
    Wi-Fi
    TV Antenna Reception
    Satellite TV Reception

    -- Anonymous

  • 1.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 06-29-2017

    Hours worked per week/person: Less than 20 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: volunteer

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : after volunteering/workamping for over 10 years, this is the worse we have experienced. Managers are rude to workers and guests and talk to other workers about other workers. Very unprofessional. We left early because of the tension in the office.

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : Food discounts in town and could use our badges to get into some of the local shows.

    Amenities

    FHU
    Laundry
    Cable
    Wi-Fi
    TV Antenna Reception
    Satellite TV Reception

    -- Anonymous

  • 4.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 06-19-2017

    Hours worked per week/person: 20 to 30 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: Workamper

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : The park is well maintained. Long time managers. Pros: Workampers receive great sites to park their rigs, unlike some parks we've been to, that put you in the back forty somewhere. With your park i.d. you can get into shows and attractions free or discounted. There is a lot to do in Branson. There is great camaraderie with fellow workers. Great restaurants within walking distance. Located on the river with great trout fishing. You get full hook-ups. You get free membership to the Rec Plex to workout and also passes to the large swimming pool there. All of this for two days a week! Cons: This is a city owned park. A lot of the campers are frequent guests who have been coming here for years, so they feel entitled to pick their sites or dates they want. When they don't get their way, they call the "city". This puts a lot of pressure on the mgrs. and makes it different than working at a privately owned park. It is loud in the office. The manager does speak loudly due to hearing loss and she does sometimes get upset; however, I have never heard her yell at an individual, only a situation. This is almost always, because it involves an issue or camper that has previously been addressed by the mayor. The majority of campers, by far are very, very nice. I would say if you have experience working in a very busy office, can multi-task, and are good with details, it's a great park to work. If you have to be in a very quiet environment, this is not for you.

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : Free or discounted shows, attractions and special events.

    Amenities

    FHU
    Laundry
    Cable
    Wi-Fi
    TV Antenna Reception
    Satellite TV Reception

    -- Anonymous

  • 3.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 11-07-2015

    Hours worked per week/person: Less than 20 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: Front Desk

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : The City of Branson owns and runs this park. It is a beautiful town and great park to work in, nice people and excellent location to old downtown and the Branson Landing. As "volunteers" you get FHU, cable and wifi (only when it wants to work) for working 2 consecutive days per week; ladies in the office working two 8 hour shifts, men parking rigs working two 4 hour shifts. Another position is a housekeeping job, where both work 1 day a week cleaning the bathrooms (much better gig) for the same FHU site and perks. I recommend "volunteering" here but keep in mind one thing if you work in the office…you WILL get yelled at and degraded by management. The managers are super sweet people but the lady manager does not have any sort of social/people skills and will yell at her husband, you and the guests too when she feels like it. It is guaranteed that you will be talked down to and yelled at (by her and another asst manager) no matter how long you've been there and how well you know your job. The guests are even shocked and offended by the hostility and noise in the little office when they are checking in. It's very sad because she's a nice lady underneath all that but just doesn’t care how she talks to people. If it weren't for her we would probably have enjoyed it there and stayed a much longer time.

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : We were able to see many free shows in town so we could tell our guests about them. Great perk!

    Amenities

    FHU
    Laundry
    Cable
    Wi-Fi
    TV Antenna Reception
    Satellite TV Reception

    -- Anonymous