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There’s nothing quite like the freedom that comes with taking to the open road for an epic adventure. But, according to a report by Lonely Planet, for RV enthusiasts, one of the trickier aspects of a trip can be finding a spot to settle down for the night.

With that in mind, Vail, Colo.-based Harvest Hosts has assembled a bespoke list of unique camping experiences across the country, allowing guests to book in ahead of time to stay at vineyards, farms, breweries and historical sites.

LonelWith over 600 locations across the United States, a membership with Harvest Hosts costs $49 per year, and allows guests access to any of the sites for one night at a time. Guests are encouraged to support local economies by making purchases from their hosts, with a minimum spend of $20 suggested by the website. In turn, they get the chance to sleep at one-of-a-kind destinations, such as open-air museums, wildlife rescue facilities, lavender farms, goat and cow dairies and cider mills.

Hosts do not provide RV owners with any hook-ups to water or electricity, so only fully self-contained vehicle owners are able permitted to join the site.

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