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  • Harvest Hosts Office
    Harvest Hosts Office:
    July 10, 2018Want to welcome all of our newest members!
  • HIGHLIGHTS
  • SACnFrau
    SACnFrau :
    Mon at 3:08 PMVisited Golden Rule winery outside Wilcox AZ. Our tasting room hostess, Jen, was super nice and helped us get settled beside the vineyards. Nice views of desert mountains & great sunset. We tasted all their wines and some of the library offerings, woun...  more
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    • SACnFrau
      Hillary Mon at 4:06 PM Sounds like a lovely stop. Thanks for sharing! It's always great to see a photo as well. 
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      • SACnFrau
        Jerry Beasler Mon at 4:06 PM How far in advance did you call them? We will experience our first Harvest Host stay Friday and continue till Saturday with different hosts traveling to Florida. Don’t want to be too early or too short of notice
      • SACnFrau
        SACnFrau Mon at 4:06 PM Jerry, we generally try to call 24-48hrs before arrival.
    • SACnFrau
      Eric and Kathy Mon at 5:54 PM We've only stayed at a few, and I always call after they're open the day before.
    • SACnFrau
      Kay and Russ Wallace Mon at 6:20 PM Got to love free overnight stops at a winery. 😀😀😀
    • SACnFrau
      Diana & Michael Mon at 10:16 PM Harvest Hosts now offers overnights at golf courses with an upgraded membership.  We had our first HH experience at La Vina Winery in NM, just northwest of El Paso TX in January.  We were delighted to be met upon arrival and guided to our site. ...  more
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      • SACnFrau
        LarandSus Mon at 10:16 PM Be aware that some of the golf courses require that you play a round of golf. Read the details for each potential host site.
      • SACnFrau
        Jerry Beasler Mon at 10:16 PM Staying at wineries and a Blueberry Farm
    • SACnFrau
      LarandSus Tue at 6:02 AM Happy to hear about the pistachios. I had it in my list to visit some pistachio area in AZ.
  • Sam and Kathy
    Sam and Kathy :
    February 17Enjoying the wines at Correcaminos Vineyard and Winery in Ramona, CA. This is a small winery and the owners conduct the tastings. We arrived in a major rain storm so we didn’t get much of a tour of the grounds. But our 30’ Airstream fit nicely on a level ...  more
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  • Amjustus
    Amjustus:
    February 5Ocala National Golf Course (FL)
    Got great sleep after enjoying amazing hospitality from Jesse on Sun, Feb 3
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    • Herbie Hauler and 8 others like this.
    • Amjustus
      jung4ever February 6 I wouldn’t necessarily say Hosts expect you to buy $60 worth of wine... I have stayed at many wineries and they have all been so gracious, I’ve never felt pressured to buy and have had one or two tell me not to feel obligated to buy anything. I’m sure the...  more
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      • Amjustus
        Mike & Jenny Faraschuk February 6 Thanks for that info.  Thats good to know.
      • Amjustus
        Bill & Peggy Ainsworth February 6 I agree with your comments entirely
        But I have to comment about a couple o wineries that required a minimum of $30 spending to stay on their property. We decided not to go there even though we usually spend that anyway. Kind of like a mandatory gratuity..
      • Amjustus
        Mike & Jenny Faraschuk February 6 I’d move on too just to let them know that that’s not what HH is about.
    • Amjustus
      On the Road Naturally February 13 We have stayed at a couple of wineries on our current journey. Neither of them expected, or asked, for us to spend a dime. We went in and had the tastings, which we were charged for, and I expect to get charged for. But if you drink wine, HH wineries are ...  more
    • Amjustus
      Micinvegas February 17 I added the golf even though I do not golf. Do most of the golf hosts also have restaurants or other services? I wouldn’t mind brunch. 😁
    • Amjustus
      LarandSus February 17 Bill & Peggy, did you know in advance? Was it on their profile?
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      • Amjustus
        Bill & Peggy Ainsworth February 17 Yes we knew in advance about the $30 spending requirement. It appeared in the notes on the harvest host web site. Realistically we would spend that much anyway but I did not care to have it mandated. To me it is like requiring a tip for a dinner that has ...  more
    • Amjustus
      Bruce & Linda (Omnibus) Mon at 7:41 AM The required spending of any amount is contrary to the original concept of HH.  We would take a pass on any HH site with a required minimum purchase.  That said.  We usually do a tasting, which has a cost most places, and buy something if i...  more
  • Michael&Marilyn
    Michael&Marilyn :
    February 5We joined HH a couple of months ago, so we haven't had an opportunity to stay at any of the Hosts. We are planning a trip east from Colorado next month. Marilyn has planned an itinerary of 300 or so miles per day with nightly HH stays. We are getting exci...  more
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    • Langmans and 8 others like this.
    • Michael&Marilyn
      Mike & Jenny Faraschuk February 5 That is not true!  It is not a requirement to purchase anything in order to stay at a HH site if you find nothing you want.  These hosts know that too.  They can not enforce any sort of minimum charge either.
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      • Michael&Marilyn
        Chris & Deb February 5 Mike & Jenny, what part is not true? I recently joined HH & am considering Elks and want to know expectations. Thanks.
      • Michael&Marilyn
        Bounder Travelers February 5 You have not disagreed with anything if you failed to explain why. I have well over 50 years of camping experience from pup tents and shelter halves to to over 30 years with motor homes. Have led Boy Scout and Girl Scout camp outs. Even spent two weeks ou...  more
    • Michael&Marilyn
      Nancy and Ron Henning February 17 Bound Travelers, we are first timers...does Flying J have dump sites, being able to find a dump site on our travels is one of the things I worry about the most..
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      • Michael&Marilyn
        LarandSus February 17 There are apps and websites that give dump locations. Some Pilot/Flying J stations do have them. The My Pilot app allows you to filter to show locations with RV dump stations. Many campgrounds will allow you to dump for a fee if you are not staying there.
    • Michael&Marilyn
      Nancy and Ron Henning February 17 Thanks just added My Pilot to my iphone...
    • Michael&Marilyn
      Nancy and Ron Henning February 17 Any other great apps to add?
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      • Michael&Marilyn
        LarandSus February 17 My other most used apps are RV Parky, RA Camping, Trucker Path, Overnight Parking Finder, KOA, My Passport America, Harvest Hosts, iRecycle. For trip planning I love RV Trip Wizard available on the internet only. This one costs $39 US/year and I will defi...  more
    • Michael&Marilyn
      Nancy and Ron Henning February 17 Thanks, will check them out...
  • The Roads We Roam
    The Roads We Roam :
    January 31Just spent the night at the Hangar 25 Harvest Host site in Big Springs, TX. As two former USAF airmen, it was an amazing experience camping on an Old Air Force base! The host was incredible and it is well worth your time to have her give you the tour.
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    • LarandSus and 15 others like this.
    • The Roads We Roam
      Marcia O February 5 I will check that one out
    • The Roads We Roam
      On the Road Naturally February 7 We stayed there the night of 1/31. Very interesting tour. Loved crouching into the B52 cockpit  
  • The Roads We Roam
    The Roads We Roam :
    January 29On our recent travels from Florida to Texas, we stayed at 3 different Harvest Host sites & loved them all! They were: Tallahassee Automobile & Collectibles Museum, Bayou Teche Brewery and Tara Winery.
    • Bruce & Linda (Omnibus) and 8 others like this.
    • The Roads We Roam
      Cajunville (John & Laurie) January 29 Bayou Teche is a favorite of ours.
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      • The Roads We Roam
        The Roads We Roam January 29 It is one of ours now as well! If it were not for Harvest Hosts we would have never found this gem :)
    • The Roads We Roam
      The Mountains January 29 We stayed at the museum in Tallahassee. What a great display of collectibles. Really enjoyed it. Will have to check out the other two sometime.
    • The Roads We Roam
      Living Coast 2 Coast January 29 Just watch the video and subscribed to your channel.
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  • What’s Next Travels
    What’s Next Travels:
    January 25The bee place at Zolfo Springs FL is decent place to spend the night. Nice folks but hard to resist the honey.
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    • Lake Havasu Gail and 9 others like this.
    • What’s Next Travels
      SACnFrau January 25 We recruited that host into the program...glad you enjoyed it!
    • What’s Next Travels
      Renmandfx January 26 honey is like the BORG - resistance is futile.
  • Living In Beauty
    Living In Beauty:
    January 15RV water conservation techniques, tips and suggestions. How do YOU save water while dry camping at a Harvest Host location?
    Water, Water... - Living In Beauty
    • Karen and Steve Veneskey and 1 other like this.
    • Living In Beauty
      The JOURNEY & US! January 15 Just feel like, IF you believe in a "GOD"...HE wasn't dumb to man's consumption...so HE isn't taken by "surprise". To act as though we must work ahead of GOD is kinda egotistical, I think. BUT...if you have no GOD...yeah, I understand your plight...and ...  more
    • Living In Beauty
      Vicki Herst January 15 Drinking water, 2 gallon container/with spout. Freshwater, filled. Toilet, bucket in the bathtub that gets filled with used dish waters. Shower, just use the freshwater, I dont use wipes. 5gal jug in back of pickup JIC. I can go 4-5 days with out needing water.
    • Living In Beauty
      Eric and Kathy January 17 Paper plates/cups, use very little dishwater in small tub and empty down the toilet, also cold shower water down the toilet. Water is our friend in the black tank. We can go 3 to 4 days with a shower each day for both of us.
  • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
    Mike & Jenny Faraschuk :
    January 1We just joined Harvest Hosts in December 2018 to get the locked in membership rate. We also added the Golf Pkg at the same time to get more places to stay because Harvest Hosts doesn't have a lot of places to stay as yet by itself. Harvest Host's big cl...  more
    • Dawn and Darrell Reynolds and 8 others like this.
    • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
      JimOnTheBeach January 15 I also just joined in order to take advantage of the new low price. I also was unable to find any information about the golf courses but unfortunately I did add that to my membership. I also found that I was not happy with information I saw when looking t...  more
    • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
      The JOURNEY & US! January 15 It's all layed out and a legit club. If you read, you would have seen...pitch-in to help or buy to be NICE. The whole premise of Harvest Host is surrounded by alcohol. Either you are Christian enough to squat on infidels land for free and cast stones o...  more
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      • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
        JimOnTheBeach January 15 I think you're getting pretty extreme on this. the only concern I have seen is the add-on golf courses we're not fully explained.
      • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
        LarandSus January 15 The Journey, I have no idea what you just said here or in other posts from you. You have very confusing messaging.
      • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
        Mike & Jenny Faraschuk January 15 If any of you doubt me regarding the charging of Green Fees in order to park in the Golf Course parking lots, here is an example for you to read.  Look up Bandon Crossings Golf Course in Brandon, OR. MUST reserve tee time ($75.00) and play the course...  more
      • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
        Mike & Jenny Faraschuk January 15 THE JOURNEY,   that is not the premise of this group (HARVEST HOSTS) at all.  You have sorely misunderstood the membership agreement.
    • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
      Maureen Kay (Mo Caislean) January 27 I've been a very happy member for nearly four years. I never got the impression that anything more than the space was free; we've always been encouraged to utilize the offerings of the host location. I'm not much of a drinker either and sometimes I've jus...  more
    • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
      The Knapkes January 27 Since we are no longer members of this group, I will get off this group and off this message string after this message.  Before I do though, I must take issue with what appear to be a lot of "freeloader" members.  Every newsletter and/or communi...  more
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      • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
        Mike & Jenny Faraschuk January 27 I am the one who made this original posting and I want you to see the post I just made before you posted your post.  It reads:
        If  any of you doubt me regarding the charging of Green Fees in order to park in the Golf Course parking lots, ...  more
    • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
      LarandSus January 27 If you read the Become a Host section on the home page, "We invite you to join the Harvest Hosts community, an enterprising group of winemakers, farmers, museums and attractions who invite Harvest Hosts RV Members to visit and park for 24 hours in exchang...  more
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      • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
        Mike & Jenny Faraschuk January 27 What would I pay for a spot without any amenities, hmmmm?  Walmart is free and they have food.  Besides HH brags online about their FREE parking.  Now your saying it’s written that it’s not “FREE.”  So that’s double talk in my book. &n...  more
      • Mike & Jenny Faraschuk
        LarandSus January 27 My point is, you aren't paying for the spot. You are paying for the goods you buy. That's the same as parking at Walmart and buying what you need from them. When we used Harvest Hosts we bought ice cream cones and produce that we needed.
  • Ruscle
    Ruscle :
    December 31, 2018Just joined HH and really looking forward to visiting these establishments. From what I’ve read so far - everyone is very friendly.....which in this day and age - is a huge plus.
    Here’s wishing everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year!!🥂
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    • Ruscle
      Lisa’s Fabulous Adventure December 31, 2018 I too am looking forward to visiting the Harvest Hosts on my way to Fabulous destinations.
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      • Ruscle
        Ruscle December 31, 2018 ....golf courses available too - but suspect I’ll stick to the wineries for now - you golf?
    • Ruscle
      SACnFrau December 31, 2018 We have been members for a couple years (since starting fulltime), really enjoy the program.  Have stayed at some amazing spots, and met great people & some new friends along the way.  Visited a real mixed bag of businesses, from winery/brewery ...  more
    • Ruscle
      Eric and Kathy December 31, 2018 Happy New Year to you and safe travels. We've only stayed at a few, but have really enjoyed our visits.
    • Ruscle
      Al&Joyce December 31, 2018 We did a cross country trip this past summer and stayed at HH locations several nights — winery, farm museum, and working farm. Absolutely, without a doubt, worth it. We had a blast. 
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      • Ruscle
        Bruce & Linda (Omnibus) December 31, 2018 We recognize that place.  We have also stayed at Fulton Farms.  Not all HH locations are wineries/cideries/breweries.  :-)
      • Ruscle
        Lake Havasu Gail December 31, 2018 Hoping to plan HH stays cross country as well, this summer, will be first for me 😊
    • Ruscle
      Kay and Russ Wallace January 25 We love Harvest Hosts. We joined a couple of years ago as lifetime members. Just stay at places that are welcoming.