RV camping has pros and cons, but one of the best things is how easy it is to take off for a quick trip. However, camping isn’t as cheap as it used to be. But now there is a solution—Harvest Host.
Harvest Host is an exciting way for RV campers to spend a night free at over 4000 unique and fun places nationwide.
Wineries, breweries, museums, golf courses, farms—the destinations are endless. Whether you are looking for a short getaway or taking a long trip, stopping at one of these fascinating places should be on your list.
Imagine waking up in a vineyard or feeding alpacas on their farm. Not only is this a great alternative to the overnight Walmart parking lot, but you can also learn something new and meet some of the best people.
Harvest Hosts open their homes and business to RV campers for one night free of charge. However, you must be a member before reserving your place. The membership fee in the program for campers is $99 a year, and you can use it as much as you choose.
The only stipulations are that it is to be used only one night at any specific host, and you are encouraged to reciprocate the generosity with a purchase of some kind to the business. For example, a bottle of wine at a winery or some produce at an orchard. It is considerate to spend around $20.
It is an easy tradeoff with regular camping sites averaging $50-100 a night. Not only are you staying somewhere exciting, but for only $20, you get something to take home. It’s a win-win for both parties.
If you have an RV and are ready to take some memorable trips, check out Harvest Host today for details and reservations.