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  • Writer's pictureGwendolyn

Harvest Hosts

One of our favorite parts about this RV life and journey has been the incredible opportunity to join Harvest Hosts!

Harvest Hosts provides access to a network of wineries, farms, breweries, museums and other unique attractions that invite self-contained RVers to visit and stay overnight.


Unlimited overnight stays at over 3472+ incredible locations (including 415+ golf courses) across North America!

One of the things I truly love about Harvest Hosts is we are supporting a local business! Submerging our family into the staples of what America is all about! Small business, family owned, places where an entire family still works the land and an experience like none other!


I truly invite you if you’re a full-time, part-time or just a one time RV person to check them out!

It is a yearly membership that is under $150 and they ask you to buy at least $20 from whichever Harvest Host you are staying at, to me that’s a steal! Plus it’s easy to do! We’ve tasted some of the best wines, cheeses and farm raised beef!!


The top question you all wanted answered was… do you have hook ups. In short typically, NO but some places do offer water or electric for a small fee –when I say small fee, I mean $10 or less! When you stay, you typically run off of your solar panels (that we absolutely love and was well worth the investment) if you have them.

Below I’d love to highlight a few of our favorites so far along the way!


Samuel T Bryant distillery located in Jackson, TN

This is a family owned and operated distillery where they make all products on their farm. They offer distillery tours and tasting’s! It was truly such great quality products! It was also located right off the highway and super easy to park and navigate! It’s a must when passing through Tennessee!


Pecan Creek winery located in Muskogee, OK


Ah Pecan Creek! What can we say we fell in love with this place and the wine! Bonus the family and staff felt like life long friends! They gave us and the kiddos a tour and we felt super welcomed like we had just arrived home!


Bonus! For $10 you can use electric and water!!!!


Per their website….The story goes a little something like this: a retired pediatrician who owns 500 acres on the Arkansas River took note of his Episcopal Priest and his winemaking hobby and started a winery.


I can tell you the wine was superb! In fact we bought a case!

This is a must when traveling through Oklahoma! We can’t wait to go back!


Shiloh Winery located in Wakeeney, Kansas



Shiloh Vineyard is a small family-owned winery founded in 2008 by Kirk & Treva Johnston in a quest to bring wine-making to the plains of Western Kansas.

It was so enriched in family history! Wine tasting and tours are a must!

Parking location was truly epic! A gorgeous field to gaze at and the nighttime sky was breathtaking! Just look at the photos! https://www.shilohvineyard.com/


I hope where ever your travels take you, you find at-least one Harvest Host that you love as much as we have!

Keep traveling and Keep dreaming!

With love,

Gwendolyn
XO


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