We have more information on our website for RVers who work and/or travel alone, including a list of groups for single RVers. I, too, am new at workamping and have run into outright refusal to talk to me about work because I was single.I was told that they only hired couples and that if they found another single they could "pair me up with," they might call me back.Some RVing groups restrict membership based on personal factors, such as age, marital status, or travel companions.Other RV clubs restrict membership based the type, brand, or age of recreational vehicle.You have all your space to yourself, privacy when needed, but since RVers are some of the friendliest folks around, it’s never hard to find companionship when wanted.There is probably an RV club suitable for every RVer.When Charlotte Hagemann, a pumpkin decorator from New Jersey, rumbles into Slab City in her motor home each winter she sets up next to Carl Gross - a sturdy World War II veteran and her high school sweetheart. Yet even though these nomads are loners, they are far from alone.
They have been serving single campers and travelers since 1969.RVing Women (RVW) The RVing Women byline is "Recreation, Support, Information, and Networking for Women RV'ers".Their website says the group is the only international support network solely for the woman recreational vehicle enthusiast.Men "want someone to come home and take care of them," says Jody Schmuki, an energetic former Los Angeles court clerk."We outlast men, and I think we're really more adventurous than men. The ladies like to go out and see things, even if we won't see our friends for a year."Women traveling on their own sometimes turn to subterfuge for their own sense of safety.