By Harvest Hosts
Every stop has been just great!
Harvest host is a great app for traveling in an RV. If you just need one night no hookups etc. it works very well.
I feel like everyone should know about this app but i don't want it to catch on too much cuz i love the ease of it.
I have been a host since 10/21 and enjoyed all my guests last summer. I finally got to be a Boondocker traveler late last summer and had a great time. There are so many interesting places to stay!
We love this app , we use exclusively
I can’t even look at a spot to see if I would be interested in staying there working signing up for the annual membership. I want to explore the app and available experiences but oh well. I also wanted to become a host, but there’s no place that I’ve found on the app to sign up to host. If it’s there, it’s not intuitive.
The limit is 2 Guest sites, One Night. Parking lot is Large and Level at the museum for our Truckhouse. Quiet too. We went to the museum and the staff was very nice. We toured all the exhibits such as the 1868 Treaty and the Code Talkers, wonderful art and photography! It was worth seeing. It was also free! So we made a donation. There is also plenty to see in the area of the museum.
Being able to stay at so many different places and meeting others is the best. Tonight we are staying at a small blueberry farm with animals and no one is around , super quiet. Loving this, app will not allow booking dates using iPad gen10, so we use our cell phone. Sign up and enjoy
Stopped here in January. A few folks inside Hosts spent over an hour with us explaining how they make wine . Very enjoyable. A easy spot to back into. Not very wide but our slides had plenty of room. About 8 in evening the road noise stopped and it was quite all night. Summer will be different. Great stop excellent wine
Did the app change from last year? Your font is too busy as it only shows 1/2 of the letters because the next row down is covering it. I use the app on my IPhone 12. Not nearly as nice as when I was using it last year.