Boondockers Welcome, a nine-year-old membership program with 2,900 hosts who open their driveways and other property for up to five days to stays in RVs, is joining forces with Harvest Hosts.
Harvest Hosts is a network of more than 2,400 farms, wineries, breweries, museums and golf courses that welcome free RV stays of a day or two by its members on their properties. The service has experienced a rapid expansion in the last few years under the leadership of CEO Joel Holland.
“We want to assure all our members that our baby will be in good hands with Joel,” said Marianne Edwards of Boondockers Welcome. “We will continue as a dedicated community, alongside but separate from Harvest Hosts.”
Both organizations have experienced growth spurts in recent times due to increasingly crowded RV parks and campgrounds, where campsites may not even be available without reservations months in advance. RVtravel.com has been a long-time fan and supporter of both programs.
Details about the deal will be forthcoming.
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The following video explains how the Harvest Hosts program works.