We have a large flat and paved parking space which will accomodate total lenght of about 35 feet. Our drive is sloped, but not too steep, and is paved. There are low hanging branches from a neighbors tree which we cannot trim, but vertical clearance is good for an RV no higher than about 12 feet. Anything higher may incur damage to A/C units etc
We prefer non-smokers
We are just off a busy street and somewhat hidden by trees. The drive is also not very visible from the street, so we suggest a phone call when you are in the area so we can vector you in.
There is a tree with small low hanging branches at the foot pf the drive. The verticle clearance is approx 12-15 feet. When estimating if this is adequate for your rig please do not forget to allow for any roof air units installed !
Total lenght of tow vehicle and trailer, or tow vehicle and toad should not exceed 35 feet.
Parking available on large asphalt parking pad , next to rig.
Available most anytime as we are both still working, often from Home. Please give at least 2 days advance notice
Near to the Capitol building which offers tours, and to the Chihuli Art Glass Museum in Tacoma. Also in Tacoma are the LeMay Auto Museum and The Americas Auto Museum, as well as several natural history museums all near to one another. Only a few miles to Puget Sound for water crafting and one hours drive to either Mt St Helens or Mount Ranier. And there are several great hikes near the waterfront of varying lenghts and difficulties.
We stayed just one night at Bogies Den. They have a passion for vintage motorcycles and have raced them.
we parked or 35 ft class A here while visiting my sister in DuPont. easy to pull in and turn around. as a bonus, I got to see his passion for motorbikes.
this motivated me to do the same and soon I will be hosting in Bakersfield .CA.
God Bless You Bogie
Good rv conversations with Kevin, especially liked his rig. My opinion, it was ahead of it's time.
Lots of BMW bike history here as well.
Thanks for hospitality.
Our host welcomed us warmly, and gave us a tour of his motorcycle restoration passion!!
Super friendly and accommodating! Great area not too far from Tacoma and Seattle. Cannot thank them enough for their kindness!
As our host, Bogie, on his site states, his place is off a busy street and somewhat hidden by trees, and has a driveway with low hanging branches at the foot and not very visible from the street.
We were glad to have his personal directions as the GPS wasn't the proper way to approach this address.
Once up the driveway there is so much space it is easy to manoeuvre and we had no problems driving out the next morning. Our hosts were very welcoming and helpful, and easy to chat with. Bogie generously showed us his hobby machines- you need to go just to see what is there! Very interesting and great to learn about. Thank you for the hospitality and we recommend your site to others who may be in the area.
Fantastic host that was very laid back and kind. Their space worked out perfect for us for 2 nights and was in a great location. We visited for a while and they told us about harbor days down in Olympia. We took the kids and had a great time. I wish I were neighbors!
Hosts were very kind. Not intrusive but very welcoming. They let the kids pick blackberries off their bushes. Plenty of space to park.
Bogie is new to BW just like us. We are so glad that they were willing to host us. They are full of surprises. They are both so talented, and generous. I'm not sure that you'll see a cooler rig out there, than the one they have. I'm not even going to spoil it for you. If you want to stay with one of the most eclectic hosts out there, and see some of the coolest machines around, pay Bogie a visit. Not to mention they know so much about Olympia and the surrounding hidden gems to go see. We definitely hope to run into these guys again, whether on the road, or on our stop through Olympia.