Bransonview  

Workamp Information

Organization Type:Public
Org./Park Name:Bransonview
Avarage Ratings:

Latest Reviews

  • 5.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 11-19-2018

    Hours worked per week/person: Less than 20 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: workamper

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : great place to workamp

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : was able to get in most of the shows for free or discounted rate

    Amenities

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

    -- Anonymous

  • 5.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 11-17-2018

    Hours worked per week/person: Less than 20 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: Camphost

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : This is an awesome little park located atop a hill off Hwy 265 overlooking the 76 strip. The nighttime view of the strip is beautiful. The sites are all pull throughs. It is an older park and built on a hillside. For the most part, the sites are tiered. They are close together. Most of the guests have been camping at Branson View for many years. They return because of the friendly atmosphere and the convenience of the park's location to the Branson attractions. The office is well organized. Campground Master is the reservation system in use. The only thing complicated in this park is that not all the sites are the same size and you must take care to match the proper size site to the rv. The office workers maintain all office business and the upkeep of the restrooms and laundry. The park is full of trees and very shady. Fall means lots of leaf-blowing. The park has the proper tools to streamline the work and the tools are well maintained and functional. The manager is the best I have had the honor of working with. He is fair, reasonable and a hard worker. He is well liked by all and no one has a bad word to say about him. He treats everyone with respect and does not play favorites. There are no rivalries at Branson View. If you take a workamping job here, you will be welcomed with open arms and treated like family.

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : As a local, with a current "pay stub" you get free or discounted entry into the shows and attractions in Branson.

    Amenities

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

    -- Anonymous

  • 1.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 12-31-2016

    Hours worked per week/person: 30 to 40 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: Driver for zip line

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : Was hired March 1st to be a driver for a zip line that wasn't completed. I volunteered to help get the campground ready for the season. Guess they over estimated their need because in May 19th a week before the zip line was to open, and after 3 months of cleaning, power washing, painting all picnic tables and clean up. I was told I had until 2pm to leave the campground,. 1st time I have ever been fired from a job I wasn't hired to do without ever doing the job I was hired to do. I do not recommend working here as those who do are a close knit personal friend group who don't take to outsiders

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : Reduced or free show tickets

    Amenities

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

    -- Anonymous

  • 1.0Review Rating

    Date of Review: 06-01-2016

    Hours worked per week/person: 30 to 40 hours

    Organization Type: Public

    Job Title: Workamper to drive an ATV for a zipline

    Did you receive Wages or Stipend ?: No

    Please share your comments about your experience : I was hired to drive for a zipline. The ad was for March 1-sept. I arrived and the zipline was not built. I volunteered to help clean up the campsites. The manager and other workampers are close knit friends for a few years and free thinkers esp. Singles didn't fit there click. Manager was an insecure, immature micro manager who didn't delighted but dictated ever aspect of not just the campgrounds but your life. I ended up doing the weed earing two other men hired to do refused to do. I have a bad back and hurt it when I slipped and slid down a 10' rocky hillside. The new zipline office just had new landscaping with live flowers that I was watering the way the OWNER AND HIS WIFE SAID THEY WANTED done. Seems it took too long for the manager and told me to do in 30 min what it took an hr and half to do. He was mad because the owner told me direct and not thru him. He trumped up some untruths to the owner and I was given 3 hrs to pack up my RV and get out of their park. 2 weeks before the job I was hired to do actually opened. So it's the first job I've been fired from that I wasn't hired to do. Lol. Work at your own risk. The others live it because they are friends. As a licensed ordained minister I've never been treated so ungodly by those who claimed to be Christ follower.

    Did you receive any special benefits or perks while workamping? : No

    Amenities

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

    -- Anonymous