Shaded mostly vacant lot behind my house with level drive in DeRidder Louisiana, near downtown within easy walking distance of multiple local dining establishments (BBBQ, Cajun, Health Food Store / Smoothy and sandwhich stand, cupcake shop, Pizza and soon to be seasonal crawfish stand all less than 2 blocks away). Length is limited to about 60 ft although there is space to the side to park an unhooked TOAD, space does require backing out onto highway one way street for larger RV's so it may take a few minutes to get a break in the traffic to leave, and will require a backing spotter (pull through limited by overhanging limbs). Some traffic noises plus only a couple of blocks from the train tracks, so not good for light sleepers. No water or electricity available on lot, have outdoor 20 amp outlet used in winter for block heater on my diesel pickup and water faucet at back of house 100+ feet away,free public dump station with water at public park less than a mile away.
As mentioned in description, lot is near downtown on 3 lane wide one way street (US Hwy) requires either backing in or out for larger RV's parking is on grass, but is solid grown over former paved drive from several decades ago, due to treeline blocking view of traffic spotter needed when backing out.
We are home most of the time, often out of town for day trips on weekends though
Near downtown within easy walking distance of multiple local dining establishments (BBBQ, Cajun, Health Food Store - Smoothy stand, cupcake shop, Pizza, small farmers market and soon to be seasonal crawfish stand all less than 2 blocks away) The city hosts festivals downtown several times per year mostly on weekends, some with live music on on the weekends, there is also a small museum, local library, and various downtown shops (antiques, etc.)
Ike was very inviting with his space. Plenty of lot to be shared between 'docker and owner; the way the property is oriented. Even had a private driveway! Close to everything you need and some nice local eats. Stop by and see Dolly at downtown Ground for a homey home-town coffee shop too. Most of all, great thanks to Ike and his family for allowing me to visit. Thanks man!