1/2 mile from the intercection of route 106 and wayside road. This section of Route 106 is the state road between I-64 and State route 10 off Wayside road.
Parking on gravel only
Fire pit shield to be place on fire pit only after flames have died down to avoid burning holes in it.
Clean up after your selves and trash can is only for owner.
Drive large campers clockwise around circle; suggested.
Good wide gravel road 300 feet into property. There is a loop road at the end that I can easily turn my 38' 5er around on. Property is vacant 12 acres wooded except road and small clearing. You are welcome to explore. A property map is on site.
anywhere on the gravel only
Just about any time. Right now the property is vacant with a big grassy clearing, lots of graveled parking, a roof where my camper is and a picnic table & fire pit you can use.
Williamsburg, Richmond, James river. There are 3 notable 1600s plantations that can be toured within 5 miles like Berkley, Shirley & Westmoreland. Near Shirley there is a nice Upper Shirley winery worth visiting for lunch. Route 5 has a nice paved off road 52 mile bicycle trail that is accesable by bike to the property. Trails runs Richmond to James town and property is in the middle.
The two nights we stayed on this beautiful land was wonderfully peaceful. Thank you so much for the stay!!
The location was great - out in the country. It was so dark the stars were bright and magnificent. The site is completely private and in the woods. Kevin was very responsive. He lives a few miles away so we didn't meet him.
Our host was very accommodating and we greatly appreciated that. He is quite polite and informative. Wish we could have stayed a bit longer, however we needed to be on our way. Would definitely go back and would recommend them to anyone. Thanks for the over night. We may stop in on the way back up.
Host was extremely easy to work with! Very quiet spot and our dog loved running around the property.
This location was just what we were looking for. When we pulled into the entrance of the property we thought perhaps we had taken a wrong turn and were driving into a forest!
But, continuing on, it opened up to an area that we circled around to park. It was definitely secluded and
quiet! We never actually met with our host, but we did communicate with him by phone. We would
stay here again!
This was a great stay. Northpoint was available by phone, but we didn't need anything- an easy in and out, clear directions. There is a bike trail nearby, and you cannot drive anywhere wiithout passing signs that offer historical points of interest. Very restful stay.
Our stay was marked by mostly cold and rain but it was a nice restful spot that has good cell service to get work done. As we left the sun broke through and we got to see how really beautiful this spot is.
Would be great for folks with pets and those who are looking to have some time on their own.
We never met the host but they were responsive via messages and we are grateful for our rest here!
We recommend this spot :)
Easy and straight forward communication. Great spot to explore the James River area. No problems
Stayed with our 36 Ft coach. Very nice spot. Be careful with low overhead branches on road approaching the property. Once on site all is wonderful. Thanks so much.
Our stay was great. We never met our host, but the property was perfect for our 39 foot 5th wheel. Thank you for a great stay!
Chase and Ashley
Thanks for a quiet place to stay for the night.
This was our first BDW camping experience, and we had a great one! NorthPoint's site is fantastic! Secluded in a beautiful wooded setting not far from Richmond, we were greeted by tons of wildlife- birds, lizards, deer, and a ton of butterflies. The gravel lot is nice and level, with plenty of room for a bigger rig. The covered area was great for parking under on rainy days, and we simply backed up into the open area and got plenty of sun for our solar panels.
We are so happy we stayed here and so glad to be part of the BDW community. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful property NorthPoint! <3
Very private place off of a quiet road. Level, nice scenery (surrounded by trees) with plenty of room to turn around.
Thanks so much for sharing it with us NorthPoint!
We found the campsite easily before dark and had a very quiet, peaceful stay in the woods. Since there were no street lights in the area we could see the stars and woke up to the sound of singing birds. Many thanks to our host for sharing with fellow boondockers. We would be happy to stay here again.
What a great little spot. Had a really nice fire pit that we were not able to take advantage of due to weather. Had a nice little grassy spot that our dog could stretch her legs in
We didn't get a chance to meet NorthPoint but sure appreciated having a quiet place to spend the night.
What a great place to stay. Directions are spot on! Peaceful and quiet. We enjoyed staying here very much! Thanks!!
Presently there is a pole barn that is being constructed to park under (until he moves his here) but even if that isn't available there's ample space. Easy to get an RV turned around because of the circle drive. Nice peaceful night sounds of frogs and whatever and a densely treed setting surrounding you. About 45 minutes from colonial Williamsburg. I wouldn't recommend trying to Find it at night. Host was very helpful in finding the spot. If I come here again I'll certainly plan on trying to stay here.
We stayed at the property of NorthPoint for only one night. It was lovely, quiet and peaceful. Thanks NorthPoint for sharing your little bit of heaven.