Harvest Hosts Archive

Bedner’s Farm Boynton Beach, Florida

One of our favorite areas in Florida stretches from Hollywood to Boynton Beach along the Atlantic Coast. We were especially taken by Fort Lauderdale and would consider spending a month or two exploring the area the next time we winter in The Sunshine State. About 30 miles north of Fort

Pros and Cons of RV Dry Camping or Boondocking

RV dry camping or boondocking is camping without any hookups. Essentially, you rely on everything in your RV to make it for a day, a week or longer. We’ve been on the road full time for 207 days as of writing this post and

Four Corners Monument RV Camping

We visited Four Corners Monument on our way from Mesa Verde to the Grand Canyon South Rim. This is the only quadripoint in the United States where four states come together and visitors can be in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah at the

Harvest Hosts Review – More Than RV Camping at Wineries

Harvest Hosts is made up of a network of businesses who offer unique camping experiences to RVers in the United States and Canada. The membership is $44 for a single year and $40 if you sign up for the annual auto-renew. It provides access to a

RV Camping at Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum in Colorado

Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum is a warbird museum with military aircraft, equipment and vehicles on display from WWI through Vietnam. Located at the Pueblo airport, this museum is part of a base constructed in a record 90 days shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The

RV Camping at Rio Seco Vineyard in Paso Robles, CA

Rio Seco Vineyard in Paso Robles is one of several Harvest Hosts in Central California. We had the pleasure of staying here for three nights in our 29′ Class A RV. This was the first stop in our adventure across the U.S. and we could

Lunch and Wine at Falkner Winery in Temecula CA

We love wine and we love wine tastings. One issue we always have to work out before a tasting is “who’s driving home?” To keep things fair, we take turns, but Joe will point out that I often forget it’s my turn to drive