Over six years of full-time travel, we’ve made several changes to enrich the RV lifestyle for our family. One was eschewing the concrete playgrounds we used to call private RV parks. Another was perfecting our dry camping game, so we could stay off-grid in beautiful areas and save hundreds of dollars every month. Another was down-sizing from a 40-foot RV to a 25-foot RV, so we could be as nimble as a race car (it feels that way after driving a diesel pusher).
But just as much as any of those big changes, getting a Harvest Hosts membership–and using it–has transformed our traveling lives.
We’ve written extensively about whether a Harvest Hosts membership is worth it (spoiler: we think it is). <– Read that article first, if you haven’t yet.
If you already have a Harvest Hosts membership or know you’re going to get one soon, then you may be wondering where to stay next! It’s a tough choice, considering there are well over 1,000 locations to choose from now.
To get you started, here are seven of our favorite Harvest Hosts experiences so far. We’re starting with a western United States edition, and we’ll follow up soon with our favorite picks for the east side of the country![Read more…]