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Harvest Hosts Touts 500-Plus Locations to See April Eclipse

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Harvest Hosts is helping RV enthusiasts find the perfect spots to experience the upcoming solar eclipse.

On April 8, a total eclipse will appear in parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont and Maine, and also the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec and Prince Edward Island. Harvest Hosts has over 500 locations along the path of totality in each of these states and provinces, making this celestial event accessible and memorable for the RV community.
“The upcoming solar eclipse, a rare and awe-inspiring phenomenon, presents a unique opportunity for adventure seekers to witness the moon completely covering the sun,” the company said.

Understanding the significance of this event, Harvest Hosts curated a selection of prime viewing spots across the United States. These locations include vineyards, farms, breweries and other scenic spots that not only offer a perfect view of the eclipse but also an opportunity to enjoy local flavors and experiences. For the solar eclipse, Members are encouraged to book their spots early, as demand is expected to be high and spaces are limited.

“Harvest Hosts recognizes the importance of this solar eclipse as a not-to-be-missed experience for many RVers and outdoor enthusiasts,” said Joel Holland, CEO of Harvest Hosts. “For the solar eclipse, our members can book safe, beautiful and unique locations to fully enjoy the eclipse. We’re thrilled to offer over 500 options along the path of totality, making it easier for our community to plan their trips and create unforgettable memories.”

A Harvest Hosts Membership gives RVers unlimited overnight stays at 5,000-plus unique locations with no camping fees, offering a unique way to explore the beauty of the country while supporting local businesses.
In addition to securing a prime viewing location, Harvest Hosts Members will have the chance to engage in special events and activities hosted at various locations, designed to enhance the solar eclipse experience. From wine tastings under the darkened sky to guided educational tours about the eclipse, these experiences promise to make the solar eclipse an event to remember.

For more information about the Solar Eclipse Campaign, visit HarvestHosts.com.

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