Harvest Hosts · Not Your Typical Camping Sites

As noted on their website, Harvest Hosts is a “network of wineries, breweries, distilleries, farms, and attractions that invite RVers to stay” overnight with over 1,000 locations throughout North America. Though Harvest Hosts is not free (careful if someone tells you that it is), you get access to its amazing platform with a very cheap annual membership fee. That’s part one of the cost. The other part of the deal (to stay with hosts) is that you make a purchase at each location you camp overnight at. Things like food, souvenirs, entrance fees, etc. It’s a great deal as the cost of the membership (when compared to a nightly rate at even a cheap campground) will pay for itself after a few stays. And other than the amazing places you will stay, it is a great way to support small local businesses!

Camping In Paradise At Cabot Beach Provincial Park

Cabot Beach Provincial Park is a public beach and campground located in the western half of Prince Edward Island (PEI) Canada near Malpeque Bay. It’s known as the largest park in western PEI and it’s one of our favorite places we have been with its stunning scenery, peaceful camping, and wonderful beach with calm surf. The word beauty is an understatement. If you are into photography, this is the place for you.

Tabitha and the kids standing in front of Green Gables.

Green Gables Heritage Place · Prince Edward Island

Anne of Green Gables is a classic novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery that paints a perfect picture of what life was like on Prince Edward Island in the early 1900s. The site that gave her the inspiration for the novel has been preserved as ‘Green Gables Heritage Place’ and is part of Prince Edward Island National Park.

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