Outdoor Hospitality News
For Campground & RV Park Owners

News for October 24, 2021

Harvest Hosts Finalizes Boondockers Welcome Integration To Become The Largest Private RV Camping Network

Share this article

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Harvest Hosts, a membership program giving RVers access to unique RV camping options, is announcing the complete integration of Boondockers Welcome, a community-driven camping solution, into its platform following acquisition of the company in May 2021. 

Both built by RVers for RVers, the companies share a mission of giving travelers opportunities to make memories and have unforgettable experiences in their RVs. As 65 million Americans plan to take an RV trip in the next year, this integration comes at the right time to provide those travelers with access to the single largest private network of places to stay for the RV community – now with over 5,600 locations combined.

Harvest Hosts is introducing two new plans to support the integration: the Harvest Hosts Classic Plan with Boondockers Welcome ($139) and the “All Access” with Harvest Hosts + Golf and Boondockers Welcome ($149). Individual Harvest Hosts and Boondockers Welcome plans will continue to be offered as well. The networks will now use a single sign-on, shared backend solution and host database. This new experience will create flexible options for members. The two programs will maintain separate membership and fee structures, while giving subscribers access to a variety of plans to best suit their RV travel needs – all in one place.

“It’s an exciting time for RVing. Even as other modes of travel are returning, the interest and demand in road travel is at an all-time high,” says Joel Holland, CEO of Harvest Hosts. “We strive to provide our members with memorable stays no matter where the open road takes them. Now, with the integration of Boondockers Welcome, Harvest Hosts is proud to offer the RVing community convenient access to the largest private network of overnight stays all over North America. We look forward to connecting millions of RVers with the most memorable and unique road trip destinations.”

The integration of Harvest Hosts and Boondockers Welcome will also bring some exciting new features to the platform. In addition to the convenience of single sign-on to manage stays across both networks, members will also have an integrated search experience with one map showing pins for Harvest Hosts and Boondockers Welcome hosts – with options to have “favorites” and “trips” across both host types. The single mobile app will allow users to access the network even while traveling and stay true to the spirit of RVing, booking stays spontaneously from anywhere.

For more information, visit www.harvesthosts.com.

About Harvest Hosts

Harvest Hosts is a membership club for RVers offering unique overnight stays at over 5,600 locations all over North America – including more than 2,750 farms, wineries, breweries, distilleries, golf courses, museums and other scenic small businesses in addition to 2,850 Boondockers Welcome community host locations. The company’s mission is to help millions of people live happier lives through road travel, while supporting wonderful small businesses along the way. To learn more, visit: www.harvesthosts.com

Share this article

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
Modern Campground

Modern Campground

Modern Campground is the most innovative news source in the Outdoor Hospitality industry. We provide global news coverage for RV Park and Campground owners, operators, managers, and their team members.
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Connect on Social Media
MC Fireside Chats
Latest Outdoor Hospitality News
BCLCA Ideas Forum 2021 Was a Resounding Success
New Family-Friendly Winter Business Coming To South Lake Tahoe Campground
Solar-Powered RV Wraps Up First Journey
Business As Usual for Most Snowbirds, Despite Ongoing Pandemic
Winter Camping Season In Qatar Brings Campers Close To Nature

Stay Updated
Outdoor Hospitality News