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Old 06-13-2021, 02:51 PM   #1
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Anyone have input about Harvest Host ? looks like it might be ok 99.00 with some discounts available they might be easier to get into for that one night stay i would like to view some of the places google maps maybe or at least have a name and adres. but there website won't let you have that info until you pay.
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Lots of the full time RV YouTubers rave about Harvest Host, and even post detailed reviews from time to time. We have friends who are camp hosts that stay at Harvest Host sites coming and going. They have good things to say.
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Old 06-13-2021, 07:46 PM   #3
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I like it.

Had some good and really good experiences.
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Harvest Hosts is one of the better RVing programs. It gets great reviews from almost everyone.
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We've been members for a couple years and enjoy the experiences Harvest Host offers.

It's just come to our attention that Harvest Hosts is having similar issues regarding reservations that other CG's are experiencing .

All these newbee's to RVing are making multiple reservations to Harvest Hosts and other CG 's for the same nights and then not showing up and not calling to cancel.

I just received an email from Harvest Hosts that they are implementing a series of penalties , that can lead to being suspended for a year without reimbursement for abusing their reservation policy .

I for one , fully support their effort to hold members accountable and that their behavior has consequences . Especially since all that it requires is to call the Host to cancel.
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I would recommend it based on my experiences, the venues are unique and not your typical RV spot.
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Put 'Harvest Host' in the Search box at the top and you'll see many replies.
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If you have the time to patronize the establishment, it’s a nice way to go. We use HH when we are leisurely traveling, but when humping it from point A to point B, we usually do Wal-Mart, Cracker Barrel, Truck Stop, rest area as they take less time and are closer to the highway.
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We've enjoyed Harvest Host.
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Do some searches on here and Facebook. You'll find lots of comments, mostly positive.
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Old 06-14-2021, 06:59 AM   #11
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We are new HH members and like it so far after staying at 5 or 6 locations. Please don't join HH simply to save money. Join it to get new and interesting experiences. Be sure to buy wine, beer, produce etc from your Host.
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thanks for all the good reply's
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We visited one place in KY, that was also part of Harvest Host.
They did not have any Hook Ups. Is this normal? We would need at least electricity.
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We visited one place in KY, that was also part of Harvest Host.
They did not have any Hook Ups. Is this normal? We would need at least electricity.
The overwhelming majority is NO hookups, or dry camping as it's called.

If you have to have electric HH isn't for you.
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