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Old 05-19-2012, 04:16 PM   #1
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Free Camping with Harvest Hosts at Wineries, Farms and Orchards

Has anyone been to one of these sites and if so, maybe this would be a good place to list reviews!

Thanks for sharing
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We joined Harvest Hosts last fall and, although we haven't tried a lot of locations yet, thus far we are convinced it is a great deal and you meet some nice folks. We stayed at St. Clair Winery in Deming, NM this past January, and Kokpelli Winery and Bistro in Chandler, AZ in March. Had plans for a couple of others in March but changed travel plans and didn't make the other spots. St. Clair Winery has a large level gravel parking lot for RV parking adjacent to their very nice tasting room, with a lot of good wines to choose from. Kokopelli Winery and Bistro is in downtown Chandler, AZ adjacent to a neat little area with a lot of shops. You park in a 3 - 4 acre parking lot behind the Bistro and it is a good place to eat and taste their wines.
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OTOH, we joined last year and haven't yet been in the right place at the right time (quite a few vineyards are only available at certain times of the year.) We aren't likely to renew.
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