Are you looking for where to park your rv for free?

Find free RV parking wherever you are traveling.  There are several sites, clubs and discount clubs available for either a free RV parking spot or a substantial discount on the regular rate.

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RV Golf Club is a refreshing new alternative to overnight RV Parking. For the first time ever RV owners have benefits and privileges previously unavailable and unheard of. RVers are unique. They’re not satisfied with one home in one location. They want more. They want it all. They want to be able to surround their “1-bedroom, 350 square foot, luxury condo on wheels” with the best views they can imagine . . . lakes, rivers, streams, oceans and expansive views of breathtaking scenery.

RV Golf Club has been acquired by Harvest Hosts and can be accessed with a Harvest Host Membership.

RV Golf Club presents you with a breath of fresh air. Instead of squeezing your RV into the many rows of RVs packed closely together in an RV park why not step out your door to professionally landscaped golf courses and resort hotels where you can leisurely walk to the clubhouse, golf course, restaurants and shops? Enjoy wonderful meals, play memorable courses then walk over to the comfort of your luxury RV and enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep on private property. For golfers, this is a dream come true. For non-golfers this is a clever opportunity to take the $30 to $60 you normally give to an RV park and use that money to enjoy a tasty meal, in a quality atmosphere … isn’t that like eating free? Or play a round of golf or purchase something unique in the shops for yourself or someone you love or take a golf lesson. RV Golf Club is for snowbirds; weekend vacationers and for the 5 Million fulltimers wandering around North America. This is the road less traveled you have been seeking, to quench your thirst for excitement. Drive through the gates of these beautiful properties and enjoy the serenity. Smell the roses. Meet interesting people. Be treated like a welcomed member rather than a credit card holder paying for a 20″ x 50″ parking slab for the night in an RV park. Get outside the box.


What do you do when traveling from point A to point B and you want to stop for the night?

Most private RV Parks will charge full rate for either the full hookup sites, or even for a non hookup site and today that can be expensive.

Most of the RV'ers today are pretty much self contained and we don't need full hookups for a quick overnight stop.


Welcome to Harvest Hosts

The Unique RVing Experience

Are you looking for new opportunities to explore and enjoy the RVing lifestyle?

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Welcome to Harvest Hosts®, a network of wineries, farms and agri-tourism sites that invite self-contained RVers to visit and stay overnight for free! Harvest Hosts provides the opportunity to travel to new areas, have unique experiences and enjoy purchasing locally grown and produced products.


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 Boondockers Welcome

On this web site you can contact people from all corners of the world who love RVing, boondocking, and traveling on a budget. In North America in particular, many of us seek out Walmart stores, truck stops, and casinos for free overnight parking on route to our destinations.

While we will likely continue to use these businesses, what would it be like to be welcomed by thousands of fellow RVers to spend the night parked on their private property instead? Wouldn't it be great to know fellow RVers in every part of the country? No matter what route we choose, we could arrange free overnight parking with friends all the way to our destination. More than just a safe place to park overnight, we might even begin amazing new friendships, include a bit of social time, and find out about the "must-sees" of the area. Who better than locals to hand us maps and tourist brochures and point out the hidden gems, favorite hikes, best restaurant, or cheapest fuel price?


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