You Have To Check Out The New AirBnb Of Road Tripping


Love a good, old-fashioned road trip? The wind in your hair, an open road and not a care in the world.  If that sounds good to you, then you will love this new company that is deemed the “Airbnb of RV’ing.”

The company, called Harvest Hosts, focuses on providing unique and interesting places to visit with your RV.  Their network consists of over 620 hosts located in all the lower 48 US states, Canada, Alaska and Baja California.

And the best part… its super cheap.  You get access to all these amazing places for $49 / year. The only thing Harvest Hosts recommendations is you that you provide a “thank you” tip to the hosts (they recommend at least $20).

What what are some examples of places you can stay?  You’ve got options to stay at wineries, inside caves, alligator ranches, ranches, and either scary/spooky places.  Here are some of our favorites:

For those who love caves and wine, look no further than Cave Vineyard.  Located in Missouri, the owner will let you park right outside his cave wine cellar and sample wines grown from grapes just a few feet away.  That sure beats a Marriott if you ask me.

Or if you want something a little more exciting, then try out Alan Adams’s Gulf Coast Gator Ranch.  Here you can tour over 100 acres of the Grand Bay Estuary and live the dream of sleeping right next to some real-live gators. Check out the pictures of the place and you will be blown away about the beauty of Mississippi swamp land.

So what are you waiting for you?  It’s time to go out and truly explore our great nation. And what better way than to stay at some of the most unique and beautiful places along the way. And did we mention this is a much cheaper way to travel.  You basically can stay the night for $20.  That’s a lot cheaper than the $300 hotels highway hotels you’ve likely stayed at in the past.