Johndeere's Host Location

Space for 1 Rig
Any size
5 nights maximum

Notice Required
1 day
2 weeks max
Response Rate
60%
Usually Responds In
10 hours

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Suitability

  • Slideouts Allowed
  • Generators Allowed
  • Barbecues Allowed
  • Lawnchairs Allowed
  • Pets Welcome

Amenities

  • 50 Amp Electric Hookup
  • Water Hookup
  • Pull-Through Parking
  • RV Dump
  • Tow Vehicle Parking
  • Campfire Ring

Description

50 amp water by garden hose,on gravel.vieu of barn and fields .in Ste-Marthe j0p-1w0 Que,

House Rules

No smoking near barns

Access Road Conditions

Driveway is gravel

Tow Vehicle Parking Details

In front of rig or trailer

Availability

Home all summer ,away for fall

Location

Ste-Marthe, QC, Canada

Suggested Local Attractions

Rigaud walking trails ,40 minutes from montreal


Your Host

Johndeere


Member Since
May 27, 2017
Host's Age
55-65


4 References

4 Positive References

0 Neutral/Negative Reference

References for Johndeere's Host Location

bimodal

October 2018

Oops

Valet boondocking?! Immediately upon arrival at this easily found location, Johndeere offered to situate our truck/trailer combo where he knew no obstscles might be lurking. While I was doing myself a grievous physical mischief out of his way [trying to change footware for rain showers], he had our units parked and leveled and was proceeding to use his equipment to connect our travel trailer to water, sewer and 30 amp power! As though a fallen warrior on the gridiron he helped me [and I SORELY needed help] into his trailer to lay on the bed to recover while he completed his work. There was no hesitation next a.m. when we asked permission to stay another night to ensure my injury wasn't worsening. Being no worse and very stubborn next morn, we prepared to move on towards our next rendezvous. Again the valet appeared, and our rig was efficiently turned towards the exit. With my discomfort and Johndeere's personal commitments we had no get-to-know time, but if they are accepting guests in 2019 we will be contacting them about another stay on our annual autumn PEI woolen-mill pilgrimage!
Bimodal


Cozier

September 2018

Great historic farm experience!

This was our first Boondockers Welcome stay. Our hosts were fantastic, very welcoming and we learned a lot of history of the area. The horses and cows on the farm added to the ambiance. Thank you for opening your home to us!


amygis

August 2018

Beautiful

Set on a farm, you will be welcomed by 2 beautiful horses running to greet you. They are very friendly and love to be pet and brushed. When you park your trailer, which will be nestled in the back, you’ll be greeted by cows grazing in the field...they too come to the fence to see you. You will find full hook ups and Brady even brought us a 50 to 30 amp converter because he has a 50 amps back there. In the morning there was beautiful mist/fog rising up off the fields as the sun rise. Definitely worth the stay and very peaceful! We would stay here again.


waynew.donnan

November 2017

Great location near Montreal but in the country

Very grateful on a rainy, snowy night to have a quiet place to boondock on the way home to Ottawa. Thank you for being such a welcoming host. Loved waking up to cattle grazing in the field beside me. Highly recommend this great location. Delighted to have power too. Thanks!