We live off of a small country road in the foothills of the West Virginia Mountains. Mostly wooded area, small farms. Usually very quiet area. Four miles from the West Virginia border & about 1 hour from the Ohio border.
We only have one 30 amp hookup available. Several 15 amp hookups.
A small country road off of the main road, we have no problem with our 38 ft. motorhome getting around to our home. There are 3 ways in and all are clear routes to our house. We have a large gravel driveway with room to turn around at least a 45 ft. motorhome or rig. There are a few sharp turns and steep hills. We are in the foothills of the West Virgina Mountains.
Lots of places to park
We are available most of the year - but may be on travels during parts of the summer and fall. Just email and see if we are available!
We have a few tame wild animals - they are wild & free but great to see! - Coopers Rock State Park - Morgantown, WV - Wheeling, WV - Pittsburgh, PA - Many small towns to visit in our local area.
Very welcoming hosts and place. Spent a friendly evening sharing stories. Woke to a beautiful symphony of birds. A pleasant surprise of blueberry buckwheat pancakes arrived at my camper. This will probably be my stop in the fall as I travel back to the south. Till then,Live Peaceful in the light!
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The museum in town is quite expansive. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Our hosts were delightful and engaging and gifted us with veggies from their garden. We would stay again if in the area.
My hosts met me and hooked me up to 30amp so my old kitty wouldnt be overheated. Brought me homemade cookies and a beautiful plant. Wish I could have stayed longer.
The hosts were gracious and pleasant. The location is equally spectacular. I kind of wanted a finishers medal for driving the one lane twisty roads, though. LOL
Worth it for the peacefulness and views.
Could not ask for better hosts.
Right from the start of our request to stay they were so accommodating as they held off going on their own trip for two days to allow us to stay on our trip south.
They provided very helpful directions to find their home up in the hills and kept in communication with us as we travelled to their place.
After we arrived, they invited us for dinner with friends they had over.
We had good conversations which is how we learned these two are very hard-working people ....built their beautiful home on family land.
Their most special story is the deer they rescued ....her name is Baby and she is not shy around people at all.
Thank you for being such wonderful hosts.
Our hosts made us truly welcome and we had a relaxing, fun stop with our hosts.... and the cats.... and of course the wonderful tame deer that they have reared from very young :) Thanks go to them for their great hospitality !
Very hospitable couple in a gorgeous, rural setting not far from I-79.
Had a great time at OldGlory's spot ! A quiet spot off the beaten path ! Great couple !
This was my second experience as a boondocking guest and these hosts were tremendous. They provided very helpful directions to find their lovely home in the country and kept in communication with me as I made my way to their place. It was like spending time with long lost friends. We had a delicious shared meal and delightful conversation. If you stay with them you must ask them to tell you the story about Baby, their rescue deer.
My husband and I can't say enough about how much we loved our stay with Old Glory! They were so welcoming and accommodating, providing us a longer hose and 30 to 15 amp adapter (as ours needs to be replaced). It was our first time boondocking and their first time hosting! There are some hills, bumps and curvey roads to reach them on their one lane road. But we had no issues reaching them in our 39' RV with tow car. We loved the mountain views on the way there. They have outdoor cats and the friendliest deer, which was the absolute highlight for us!
Our only complaint is we didn't have more time to hang out with them. We certainly hope our paths cross again and at the least, we hope to stop by to see them on our next journey back through.