We are located in a quiet suburban area. It is not a pull thru site. The driveway is straight, but narrow, with a 30amp connection at the back end of the driveway. We have a fenced in yard, with two small young dogs and a scaredy cat. You can let your dogs out to use the fenced yard, please do not leave them in the yard. You are welcome to use the outdoor covered patio with it's furniture.
During the current Corona virus conditions, we will not be able to interact with our guests as much as we love too. Karen does not have a spleen, which puts her at high risk. You are welcome to spend a safe night in our driveway, but we are self isolating and will only be conversing from a distance. Still available to answer questions about our area.
If you have a rig with low ground clearance, please read the note above about access road conditions..
Safe travels to all, Robin & Karen
Small self contained units should have no problem. We live on a street that dead ends into a small park. The turn into our paved driveway is a 90 degree turn from the subdivision road. The driveway is straight, fairly flat,but narrow.
We recently had visitors with a rig which had very low ground clearance. They could not get into the driveway due to dragging their undercarriage. They spent the night in front of our house with no shade and unable to reach the 30 amp plug. This was the first time we encountered this problem with Boondockers. So, just a heads up if you have a rig with low ground clearance.
I am retired and Karen is a retired Professor at the University of Kentucky, we welcome guests from April to mid-October. We do travel a lot. So, send us a message to check availability. Safe Travels!
Lexington is known as the Horse Capitol of the World. We are located in Central Kentucky, rolling hills and horse farms tours. We are right on the The Bourbon Trail, a drive and tour trail accenting our famous bourbon heritage. If it great international rock climbing, backpacking or hiking you are looking for we are 45 minutes away from The Red River Gorge. Check www.Lexingtonartleague.org for the hopping art scene.
Easy in and easy out in our CamperVan.
Everyone totally friendly, including Izzie and Sophie, the pups. We exchanged (and drank) a local craft beer from our hometown and from theirs, Lexington, and chatted quite a bit. Probably should have excised ourselves a little sooner.
Thanks for welcoming us into your domain!
Hope to see you both in the very near future.
Gracious hosts, and our camper van was an easy pull in and easy pull out of their driveway.
We probably overstayed with our talking, but fun to exchange local craft beer.
Lots in common—and newly made friends, for sure. We also loved Izzie, and Sophie the shy puppy.
Only warm thoughts.... thanks!!!!!
We had a click right from the start! Had an evening with lots of laughs, good conversations and very good food and drinks. We hope we will meet them in the Netherlands one day so we can return their hospitality!
Enjoyed communicating with the hosts and slept well in the drive.
These two certainly are a happy couple who enjoy life. We could not have been made to feel more welcome and after staying an extra night, it was a little sad to leave. However we are hoping to meet again, be it back in the USA or when they come downunder for an Aussie Adventure.
Nothing is too much trouble for these two and they were full of information and shared their local knowledge of Lexington and Kentucky. Our dinner outings were delightfull with thoughtfull conversation and plenty of laughs.
Thanks again for making our visit just that little bit more special.
Di and Den
Cannot say enough about this delightful stay.
Lexington is a beautiful city and we were so welcome and cared for. We went out for the most marvelous meal with great conversation followed by a quiet night of sleep.
We are honoured to be TardisCamper's first boondockers and would love to return.
Lynda and Dean