What are the member benefits?
- Online Directory of Hosts that will allow you access to park overnight for a suggested purchase in lieu of camping fees. Each Host has their own information page that gives you a description of the Host, hours of operation, contact information, website/Facebook locations, amenities, photos, and reviews.
- Membership Dashboard to allow you to
- View and make changes to your account
- Download your Harvest Hosts membership card and vehicle badge
- Upload your reviews and photos for the Hosts you visit on your travel adventures
- Interactive Host Map that allows you to
- Search Hosts by State, Locations, or Route
- Create trips and save Hosts that look interesting to you.
- Harvest Hosts App for your mobile device
- Monthly Newsletter introducing you to new Hosts and Harvest Hosts Happenings
- Member Success Team dedicated to helping you.
What type of vehicles are allowed?
All classes of RV’s are allowed (Class A, Class B, Class C) including motorhomes, fifth wheel trailers, travel trailers, toy haulers, camper vans, truck campers, and schoolies. Vehicles towed behind RVs are also allowed at our Host locations.
Traditional pop-up campers, otherwise known as folding camping trailers, where the middle and sides of the trailer pop up and out, are prohibited.
Also prohibited: Tents, such as ground tents or car rooftop tents; sleeping in cars, trucks, or minivans; overlanding in jeeps, bikes, or atvs.
We do allow hybrid (expandable) travel trailers where only the bed areas pop out, but the rest of the trailer is composed of four rigid sides. We allow camper vans where the bed area at the top of the van pops up (but again, the rest of the van has four rigid sides). We allow clamshell and teardrop trailers, but their outdoor cooking facilities may not be used while on Host properties (see below).
Important: All camping vehicles must be fully self-contained. Your RV must have an interior toilet and built-in holding tanks or bladders for waste water. Porta-potties that remain inside the vehicle at all times are acceptable, but must be dumped off-site at an appropriate facility. The dumping of gray water on Host properties is prohibited. You may only use your RV’s indoor cooking facilities at Host locations; the use of any outdoor cooking facilities is expressly prohibited.
Are there vehicle size restrictions?
You can filter locations by sizes of 29 foot, 44 foot, or more than 45 foot in total length. These lengths INCLUDE any trailer or towed vehicle. If you are comfortable with disconnecting your tow, then you can classify your vehicle by the length of only the RV.
Do the Hosts offer electricity, water or sewer hook-ups?
Can I use a generator?
Are Hosts open all year?
Can I arrive unannounced?
By calling ahead, you can ensure that the Host (1) is open and can accommodate you, (2) can tell you if there is a special entrance and (3) can be specific about where you should park when you arrive.
Can I arrive after business hours?
How far ahead should I call the Hosts?
If you like to plan out your trip and stick to an itinerary, we recommend calling the Host and asking if you can set a date to visit no more than 2 weeks in advance. As the Hosts are not campgrounds, they do not have reservation systems and are unable to “reserve” dates months in advance. Once you have arranged a visit, please call to confirm on the day you will arrive.
Likewise, if you change your plans, please let the Hosts know so that they are not waiting for you to arrive as scheduled.
How long can I stay?
Must I buy something from the Host?
How much should I spend at a Host location?
Are pets allowed?
If I don’t drink, can I still stay at a winery or brewery?
I will be traveling with a friend in a second vehicle, do they need to be a member of Harvest Hosts?
I’m on the road or leaving soon, how do I get my membership card?
Can I volunteer?
What are the parking areas like?
Can I use leveling devices?
How do Hosts benefit from the program?
Can’t find the answer to your question? Feel free to contact us, we are always ready to assist.