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Old 07-12-2021, 10:07 PM   #1
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Boondockers Welcome app

Hi,

I was told about the app called Boon dockers welcome.
It cost $50 to join and I think itís an extension from harvest House.
Has anyone used this app and actually stayed at Hoís properties? I was looking for feedback as to whether it was worth buying this app!

Or is there anything similar out there other than harvest House we are at identifies Boondocking properties that you can stay on for a few days?

Thanks in advance for your help !

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Old 07-12-2021, 11:21 PM   #2
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JoAnne, we belong to Harvest Hosts but not Boondockers Welcome. Harvest Host is businesses that allow you to stay at their business with the expectation that you will spend money on their products and or services. Typically they are wineries, breweries, museums, farms or (extra fee) golf courses. Most are dry camping only. Boondockers Welcome is private individuals that allow camping on their property. They also have an annual fee to use their app. We use a number of programs to find boondocking sites including Campendium, Boondocking and guides to NFS and BLM lands. Hope this helps a little.
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Harvest Host has recently purchased Boondockers Welcome. Who knows what that will bring, hopefully something good!
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Old 07-20-2021, 12:04 AM   #4
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We have had Boondockers Welcome for 4 years. Worth every penny. You get to meet some great people out there.
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We left Washington in August and traveled across the US and then down to Biloxi. MS. We have stayed at many Harvest Host (HH) and Boondockers Welcome (BW) locations. Many had electrical hookups and water supply plus a couple had dumps on the property. In one BW now for 5 days @ $15 a day with 50A service and water 2 blocks from the beach. Later we move to another BW for 10 days @ $7 a day with 30A service, water and a dump on the property. We've stayed at farms, ranches, distilleries and once at a jail site that was empty but had 5 RV spots with 30A service and water plus a tour of a 100 yr old jail. We love the both and HH bought BW and merged all the sites onto an App that I use on my phone and laptop. Only one place in 43 stops would I not return to, primarily because of poor road conditions getting to it. In over 5000 miles and almost 4 months we have only stayed at campgrounds a few times. One place in Missouri permitted us to stay 15 days while we visited our daughter & family. Charged us $10 a day with 50A service and water hookup. The plus side you meet many phenominal people with great stories.
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We left Washington in August and traveled across the US and then down to Biloxi. MS. We have stayed at many Harvest Host (HH) and Boondockers Welcome (BW) locations. Many had electrical hookups and water supply plus a couple had dumps on the property. In one BW now for 5 days @ $5 a day with 50A service and water 2 blocks from the beach. Later we move to another BW for 10 days @ $7 a day with 30A service, water and a dump on the property. We've stayed at farms, ranches, distilleries and once at a jail site that was empty but had 5 RV spots with 30A service and water plus a tour of a 100 yr old jail. We love the both and HH bought BW and merged all the sites onto an App that I use on my phone and laptop. Only one place in 43 stops would I not return to, primarily because of poor road conditions getting to it. In over 5000 miles and almost 4 months we have only stayed at campgrounds a few times. One place in Missouri permitted us to stay 15 days while we visited our daughter & family. Charged us $10 a day with 50A service and water hookup. The plus side you meet many phenominal people with great stories.
We boondock around Biloxi and never seen a site 2 blocks from the beach. Little information would be nice. Thank you.
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I doubt you'll get your 5vr in his parking space, I barely made it with mine.
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This sounds like the perfect camping trip at least for me.
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