A network of more than 700 memorable camping locations lets self-contained RVers stay overnight for the price of an annual membership.
One-of-a-kind camping opportunities are ripe for the picking through Harvest Hosts, a network of more than 600 wineries, breweries, orchards, farms, ranches and other attractions that invite self-contained RVers to stay overnight for the cost of an annual membership.
Each venue offers guests a unique experience, from gathering crisp apples to collecting just-laid eggs, frolicking with goats or kicking back among grapevines while taking in the sunset. Spanning the continental United States, Canada and Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, host sites range from a 1,500-acre alpaca farm in Georgia to the Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Stays are limited to one night per site, and membership runs $79 per year. According to Harvest Hosts’ owner, Joel Holland, the only requirements are to enjoy your stay, be considerate and support your host, whether that be helping with a chore, purchasing farm-fresh goods or buying a bottle — or a case — of your favorite wine.
Harvest Hosts, www.harvesthosts.com