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Old 05-27-2020, 09:54 PM   #1
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Dry Camping

I came across a website called Harvest Host, which sounded interesting. Has anyone had experience with this company?
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You will either love it or have little use for it. It was set up by wineries to offer space and spread the their product. Many would love to have you take the tour and some will even entertain a bit. We do not drink the stuff and so it does not work for me. I understand it is a wonderful experience though.
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It is mostly dry camping, some places may have electricity or WiFi. There are wineries, breweries, farms, museums and some golf courses.

We didn’t join this year as we knew our travel plans would be limited even before there were travel restrictions. The idea is to patronize the host for providing a unique experience and a safe, quiet place to stay. The one night rule is flexible, we stayed at one winery for 3 nights. There were a few other RV’s there. In most cases, we were the only guests. Friends of ours stayed at a winery and after a tasting they were invited to the hosts home for dinner.

Not all of the sites are near the Interstate, like the big box parking lots, so if a quick, easy overnight stop is the goal, this might not fit the bill. It could be a pleasant experience for someone who is open to options other than RV parks and parking lots.
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Thank you for the information, going to see if I can fit their program into my travel plans.
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