Harvest Hosts, the Perfect Co-Pilot

What could be better than having a Tin Can Tourists membership? Combining it with a Harvest Hosts membership! Harvest Hosts can be used as an ideal in-between stop or even destination when traveling across the continent. 

Harvest Hosts allows its members to take a step off of the beaten path and enjoy unlimited overnights at unique locations nationwide such as museums, breweries, farms, golf courses, wineries, and so much more!

And with so many locations to choose from, Harvest Hosts allows Members to choose the plan that works best for their travels.

You can choose the Harvest Hosts Classic Plan, which provides you access to our exclusive, Members-only locations. Have an interest in golf? The Golf Plan allows access to all the Classic locations plus hundreds of golf courses, country clubs, spa facilities, and additional restaurants across North America. Additionally, you can upgrade your existing Harvest Hosts plan to include Boondockers Welcome, a network of nearly 3,000 community locations, usually owned by other RV enthusiasts! 

With plans starting as low as $99 per year, Harvest Hosts memberships typically pay for themselves within 2-3 stays compared to the cost of a campground. 

At this time, the full Harvest Hosts network boasts nearly 6,000 locations to choose from! No matter what you enjoy, there is a Harvest Hosts location that is suitable for you and your trip.

The Harvest Hosts CFO, and big fan of Tin Can Tourists, boasts about the Airstream community and knows the value of each membership.

We have a 2020 Airstream and have really gotten into the Airstream community which includes well-loved and currently used models going back to the 1940s (or probably even earlier!).  Whenever we see someone with a vintage trailer, we always stop and strike up a conversation.  We were in Rochester Hills, MI recently and a lady was in her backyard gardening.  She had the cutest little 1947 Airstream parked nearby.  We pulled over and asked her about it.  She told us about the history of the prior owners and gave us the grand tour!  She also showed us the 1947 towing vehicle they use.  Her husband has dementia and can’t really travel now, but she loved sharing all of the memories they had.  I think we all had a great time that day – old or new trailers, experienced or new owners – camping is a common thread of adventure and memory making!

We’ve paired up with Tin Can Tourists to provide all TCT Members a discount to the Harvest Hosts program and look forward to seeing you all on the road!

4 comments

  1. I’ve been a Harvest Host Member for 2 years and soon will renew for next year. Most harvest host allow a 1 night stay only. Most only offer dry camping. No electric, dump stations or water hook ups. Last year we stayed at 15 harvest Hosts and had a great time doing it.

  2. would love to see more about retro fitting rigs like my pathfinder …. which has no tanks of any kind… with tanks to make boon docking possible

  3. I agree. I was kind of surprised to see that Harvest Hosts was partnering with TCT since HH usually requires grey tanks, which most vintage trailers don’t have.

  4. It’s about 50-50. We had a tank added out our Avion last year but we are one of the few Avion that did not have them.

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