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Hi there! I’m looking into Travel Nursing in the next year. I’ve always traveled with my family with a pull-behind camping trailer, so I’m wondering: Is a camping trailer an option for Travel Nurse housing? This way, I wouldn’t have to continuously pack and move a bunch of things. Thanks for your opinion!
Ask a Travel Nurse Answer:
While I have always enjoyed my company provided, one-bedroom apartments, if I was just starting out, I’m not so sure that I wouldn’t have had a larger truck and a truck camper while on assignments.
Is it feasible? As long as you can find an available campground nearby, you should be in business.
I know one hospital that let a Traveler park his RV in the back section of the hospital parking lot. Mind you, this was a warm weather location and I believe he showered in the hospital somewhere, but if he could work out such a solution, then I’m sure a great many options are possible.
You will have to check campsite or campground availability, especially if the hospital is close to any national parks. But with a little extra effort, what you seek is certainly possible.