This page contains a listing of some of the resources we use when planning our travels.
Google Search. State Campground and RV Park association websites. Etc.
Rvillage is a new social networking site specifically for RVers that was publicly launched on March 12, 2014. We helped beta-test it privately starting in january 2014 and continue to provide feedback to the developers as we use it. To find us search for Bruce and Linda (Omnibus). We have added a page to our website with more information on what RVillage is and what it aims to do, and included instructions for how to join the network and then find an join RVillage groups. Click here to go to our RVillage page.
Harvest Hosts. This program was created by Don and Kim Greene. The modest annual membership gets you access to an online directory of “hosts” where you can can boondock for one night free of charge. (Multi-year and lifetime memberships are also available at a reasonable cost.) The host locations are mostly agri-businesses like wineries, vineyards, orchards, and U-pick farms, but not exclusively. These tend to be nice facilities in lovely places. If you are going to buy wine anyway, why not spend the night? 🙂
Coast-to-Coast Membership Resorts. Part of the Camping World / Good Same Club empire, there is a “home park” requirement with its own fees, but staying at any other member park is only $10 a night with water and electric.
Escapees RV Club Parks and Co-ops. The parks are owned by the Escapees RV club, the co-ops by the residents. SKPs can boondock for $5 a night or get hookups for a modest daily rate.
FMCA Commercial Member RV Parks (FMCA website).
Trailer Life and Woodall’s campground directories (Camping World / Good Sam Club).