Harvest Hosts allows RVers (and people with trailers) to book a night at a unique location, such as a winery, farm or golf course. With hosts across most of the U.S. and Canada (there’s even a farm near Whitehorse available), people have plenty of options available to choose from.
Membership plans to use the service start at $99 a year for the “Harvest Hosts Classic” plan, which includes unlimited overnight stays with no camping fees and access to over 4,000 locations. The “Harvest Hosts + Boondockers Welcome” plan costs $169 per year and adds just over 3,000 community hosts. The “All Access” plan adds golf courses, as well as access to 7,000 dump stations. It’ll run you $179 per year.
Unlike Airbnb or Hipcamp, hosts don’t get paid for listing their property on Harvest Hosts. Instead, Harvest Hosts users are encouraged to make purchases from the hosts’ farm, winery, etc. So unless you have something to offer for sale, it’s probably not worth becoming a host (unless you just want to meet fun people).
For more information on Harvest Hosts Canada or to become a member, visit harvesthosts.com.
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