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rvshrinker

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Posted: 05/28/20 11:36am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

For an annual fee, they keep an updated list of establishments that let you park for free, if you agree to patronize the establishment.

https://harvesthosts.com/

It's not expensive but I'd hate to join to find out they don't have locations where we'll be traveling. I like the idea quite a lot.

Also it's not clear how I'd patronize a farm. What would I buy, a side of beef?

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Did u try a search on here? Talked about a few times


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I did, nothing showed up. I'll search again.

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This site is free and includes filters, as well as a trip planner.

https://freecampsites.net/


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Boondockers Welcome is a subscription site to link travellers with parking opportunities on private property.

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Allstays shows all sort of sites plus things like dump staions and at about $30/year is cheaper than that other place. HH is only worth it if you want to visit wineries and such, they don't take reservations, and it's one night only. At the price they charge I don't think it's cheap.


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No hookups either. If I understand correctly.


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Lots of Youtube videos on Harvest Hosts, might be worth a watch.

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rvshrinker wrote:

I did, nothing showed up. I'll search again.



https://forums.goodsamclub.com/index.cfm........%7B%7D%7Cpd%7B365%7D%7Cma%7B%7D/sr/1.cfm

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www.harvesthosts.com

I belonged once but found it not that a valuable resource. Almost all hosts require at least a 24 hour notice, not unlike making a reservation, the sites are almost universally without hookups, many don't allow generator use, and you are asked (mandated if you will) to buy something from the host for at least $10.00. Lots of the sites are wineries, and I can't drink a pricey bottle of wine every night!

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