Homestays, Volunteering & Working Holidays in South Dakota, United States
Workaway Host List - Find Hosts and Organizations
Important information about visiting: United States
If you are NOT a US CITIZEN and are planning to visit to work, volunteer or study, YOU WILL NEED THE CORRECT VISA. To find out more information you need to contact the embassy in your home country BEFORE travelling.
Meaning of the colours:
Possibility that workawayers are needed
By default (toggle switch to the left) hosts who have both yellow AND green indicated for the months
you have selected will be shown. If you move the toggle to the right ONLY hosts who have indicated
green will be shown.
Meaning of this:
By default (toggle switch to the left) will show hosts who have ANY of the months you have chosen
marked as available. This means that some of the months might be marked red (no availability.) If
you need to see ALL of the months you have selected as available move the toggle to the right.
My wife and I are a fairly young (mid-30s) and easy-going couple. I'm the benevolent overlord at a small advertising agency in Deadwood, and my wife is a trained archaeologist. We spend a lot of time working on our house, but we also like to read, ......
I live alone, have a huge garden and lots of projects that I’d like help with. From painting my deck, organizing crawl space and shed to general and deep cleaning. The Black Hills of South Dakota is a beautiful, culturally rich area with Mt ......
We are looking for someone to live at our off the grid farm in southeast South Dakota. Free rent, free utilities, fresh eggs, and fresh goat milk. All Free! What we need is a competent person to look after the animals and take care of the place this ......
Chuck (the husband) is a soon-to-be-retired Veterinarian who loves to work the land and log the many trees on the property. Karla (the wife) is an R.N. and loves to hike the many trails in the Black Hills. We both love the outdoors. All of our 7 ......