Snowy Range Pass

Snowy Range Pass

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Harvest Host camping

20 Oct 2019

HarvestHosts is a site that contains nearly 1000-member host locations, where RV’s camp for free, generally for an overnight stay. We first joined a few years ago but never had an occasion to use it.  Since then, the number of hosts has grown and there is now an app that allows you to find sites quickly. It contains information including limitations and what you can expect.  Most are dry camping locations. There is no charge to stay, but the guidelines of the project encourage the campers to visit the hosts and purchase some products.  This is not required but appreciated.

We stopped at the Northfield Vineyards in Sparta, TN.  It is in a rural area and was once an active farm.  We spent time talking to the owner and purchased some wine and very good local cheese.
We enjoyed a quiet evening overlooking the farm fields and watching the neighbors watch us.  We took the warning sign concerning the mules seriously.  


Phyllis said...

We joined years ago when they first started. Never did use it so did not continue after the first year. We will be selling our RV soon. As Leonard is now on oxygen 24/7 and unable to assist set up,etc we will do our limited traveling by car or truck.

Looks like a grand site you picked. Nice.

Remember, we have two RV sites we made on our property. One full hook up, the other electric and water. We love guests. Just had a nice lady we met leave after a 3 day visit. Less than 8 miles off of I-65 in North Alabama. Out in the country. Come visit!

Paul and Marti Dahl said...

If you give the mules some wine will they still bite or become your best friend? :cD

Nickie and Jim said...

We've used HH quite a few times and have never been disappointed. It's a win-win as far as we're concerned.