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.
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.
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.