Harvest Hosts is a unique membership program that allows RVers the opportunity to stay at small businesses and locations. These 4230+ locations include off-the-beaten path stops such as wineries, farms, museums, breweries and distilleries, and more. These off-the-beaten-path experiences provide the special experiences that many RVers set out to find when they buy an RV in the first place. Once travelers join Harvest Hosts as members, they gain access to an entire online database that lists each individual host location on its own profile page.
Harvest Hosts has two plans, the classic membership and the upgraded golf membership. The golf plan increases the number of available places to stay by the hundreds. Many Harvest Hosts members have upgraded to golf plan without even packing or owning golf clubs. Depending on the golf course, you may either be able to rent clubs or patron the Host by ordering from their on-site restaurant (when applicable) or making a purchase elsewhere on-site. This preference varies between each Host, so be sure to read their profile carefully and call with any questions or hesitations.
Phoenix, Arizona, may not be the golf capital of the United States, but it has a surprising amount of golf Harvest Hosts locations within the area. As of the time this article was written, Phoenix, and nearby cities, exclusively have golf locations nearby, with no other types of Hosts available. The warm climate of Arizona makes visiting Phoenix ideal in the fall, winter, and spring months. Pull up a chair and let’s golf our way around Phoenix, Arizona.
Located in Southeast Phoenix, this 18-hole championship course is ranked in the top fifteen courses in the entire state. They offer a gorgeous dessert background that creates a stunning contrast to the bright green course. Conveniently enough, tee times can be booked online ahead of time, and they also have an on-site restaurant. This Harvest Hosts location offers one reservable, pet-friendly site for RVs under twenty-nine feet in length.
This 36-hole facility boasts two separate courses. One is a championship length course, while the other is an executive length course. Tee times may be booked online. They also offer an on-site golf store and a practice area to hone your skills. Bear’s Den is Bear Creek’s on-site bar and grill serving breakfast, lunch, and early dinner. This Harvest Hosts location offers two reservable pull thru pet-friendly sites for RVs of any size.
Ahwatukee Country Club’s course was designed by Arizona golf legend, John Bulla. They are located just fifteen minutes from downtown Phoenix, with an online system for booking tee times. They offer one reservable, pet-friendly site for RVs of any size.
First opened in 1997, Longbow is a top-rated public golf course with bookable online tee times. They offer a practice facility to fine-tune your skills and get some tips! Enjoy a stop at the Longbow Grille to enjoy breakfast, lunch, snacks, or beverages after a round. This Harvest Hosts location offers five reservable, pet-friendly sites for RVs of any size.
This gorgeous course will remind you of a hidden oasis rather than a golf course. Sundance has a fully stocked pro shop that even sells sets of clubs. Tee times can be booked online, and they also offer generous discounts during the off-season for their daily rates. This Golf club location offers four reservable, pet-friendly sites for RVs of any size.
Located about an hour away from Phoenix, Wickenburg is the “dude ranch capital of Arizona.” Between their Historic Downtown and western events throughout the yea, this acclaimed Western town will truly make visitors feel like they’ve gone back in time to the Wild West. Wickenburg Country Club showcases a suitable course for any skill level. They offer a discount for tee times booked online and feature an on-site restaurant that serves lunch and dinner. This Harvest Hosts location has four reservable, pet-friendly sites for RVs of any size.
Upgrading to the Harvest Hosts golf plan isn’t just for avid golfers. If you enjoy golfing and don’t have room for your clubs on the road, or maybe just want to try something new without commitments, why not stay at a golf course for the night? Many courses also offer lessons and clubs for rent. Consider upgrading your membership to gain access to hundreds more locations and enhance your next vacation. The golf membership turns RVing into glamping with access to amazing restaurant dining, gorgeous views, and great exercise while camping. If you find yourself passing through Phoenix with an itch to play golf, be sure to give one of these courses a call!
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