(RVDump is at State Park less than a mile. I think it's $4)
I'm outside of Somerville Texas, in my 'granny cabin' (aka: Mini McMansion). Have a spot where I just removed my RV, with 30 amp electric (bring your pigtail) and water hose. Trees separate us, private lake at rear. Little bit sloped.
While not a pull thru, I can turn a full circle with my mini van and a 12 ft. trailer. Slight ditch at gate, but no big deal. Pavement ends at gate. Good roads all the way.
Most things are pretty negotiable.
Dogs must be leashed and SANE!
A fenced dog area is available but must be supervised.
Front gate must remain closed.
Must show up by 4 PM
No smoking out of rig
No loose dogs
No loud anything
Paved to gate. WATCH OUT FOR DEER the last ? 10 miles cause they're EVERYWHERE. :)
Entry to property thru gate is a little rough but do-able if within my limits.
Small dirt driveway to side.
October to May mostly - and any other time I'm home. Just contact.
Lake Somerville State Park is 1 block, and a tiny private lake at rear of my property. A store about 4 miles away. A couple of pretty good burger joints in 2-3 miles.
Brenham - 30 minutes south - Home of Blue Belle Ice Cream. Cool downtown and shopping. Ace hardware.. 1/2 of it is Awesome girl stuff!!
Independence - Old Baylor original site, Antique Rose Emporium is Great!
Washington On The Brazos - Yep. TX was it's own Country and THIS is where the paperwork got done. Museum there.
Round Top/Warrenton Antiques Week in April and Oct. is 40 minutes south.
Bryan/College Station is only a 25 min. drive to 'AggieLand' and fastest growing city in TX and ? 5th in county? with an awesome quaint downtown with very interesting shops. CS has every imaginable big box/and other chain storea, Texas A & M (w/Geo. & Barb graves.)
Austin is a little over an hour. Just Keep It Weird!
Houston is 90 min.
Waco is 2 hours with a great little café 1/2 way in Cameron, Tx. (Magnolia, i.e. 'Chip and JoAnna' from HGTVs "Fixer Upper" fame and 'the Silos' are in Waco)!:)
We had peaceful nights sleep and relaxing mornings. We really appreciated our hostesses hospitality!
Cheryerr’s Flamingo Forest was a nice quiet spot as a gateway to Austin. Do keep an eye out for the deer as we saw more than a dozen grazing up the street.
We had a quiet night followed by a nice visit in the morning.
Even though this was her first time as a BDW host (her "first rodeo", so to speak), Cherisse has all the right "ingredients" to be a super host .... nice, quiet, semi-rural property with the rig location nicely separated by trees from the house for privacy for both; a friendly, open joviality that made for some great conversation; and a generous heart and spirit that makes me hope we meet again, either on the open road or on the west coast some day. Thanks again Cherisse for your hospitality and friendship.
PS - You're just darned lucky I didn't steal Rusty and take him with me!