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RV Camping at Tennessee Wineries and Farms

With summer activities over and kids back in school, maybe you need a break to take time for yourself. One of the best ways to see the country and what it has to offer is, naturally, renting an RV and staying on some of the most beautiful properties, for free…

Your Spring, Summer and Fall RV Getaway

This RV getaway series will put you right in the heart of wine country, farm country or even great attractions right here in Tennessee. Here’s how it all started. We had a new client interested in RV’ing this fall and wanting to get into possibly going full-time. There is no better way to get the feel for the RV lifestyle than to rent a Class A, B or C for the weekend. But, the question then becomes, “where to go?”

One of the best ways to see the country is of course by RV; and one of the best places to camp is either national parks or at a winery, farm or state attraction. Nasvhille RV is a huge supporter of helping our clients find the best place to camp with their rental RV; it also helps to get to know our clients and get a feel for what they may be interested in seeing and doing while on the road. Which is why we direct our clients to become members with “Harvest Hosts”.

About Harvest Hosts

Harvest Host is a membership system that offers RV Camping At 854+ wineries, Breweries, farms and attractions… for free! This is an amazing way to see the country, especially if you’re truly wanting to get the most out of your RV rental.

While camping at a national park is often amazing, what isn’t amazing is the cost and often-times, neighbors. At a Harvest Host member property (winery, brewery, farm, etc…), you can stay overnight at no cost. All of the rental motorhomes at Nashville RV are in full compliance with use at any member property.

Harvest Hosts currently has hosts located in all the lower 48 US states, Canada, Alaska and Baja California.

From wineries, breweries and agri-tourism sites: Historic open-air museums, aviation museums, alpaca ranches, wildlife rescue facilities, farm museums, oil museums, brewery museum, dinosaur museum and an alligator ranch!

If you’re more into spending time on working family owned farms, there’s plenty to choose from. Whether fruit & vegetable farms, berry farms, cider mills, orchards, u-pick operations, organic farms, flower & herb gardens, lavender farms, farm markets, dairies/creameries and even maple syrup farms.

Clicking the link below will take you to the Harvest Host website where you can find more information and detail. Membership to Harvest Host is only $79 per year! Just one night camping at any member property pays for itself!

What’s included with a Harvest Host membership?

  • Free mobile app : (iOS & Android)
  • Interactive maps of host locations
  • Detailed trip routing and planning information
  • “Host Search” interactive system to find hosts near your destination/route
  • Upload photos and comments directly to Host pages
  • View photos of host locations taken by other members
  • Receive member discounts to additional RVing programs
  • Get a monthly “Host Events” newsletter subscription

 
JOIN HARVEST HOSTS

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