There is a space between the house and a tree line that separates our property from the city park. There is room for our 36 Brave so I know that will fit. If you are uncomfortable in the grass the front of the house is available. You could park on the street facing the house and that would fit any size rig and most any trailer. It could be counted as two spots but if someone parks on the street they could block the person along side the house. I run off solar all summer so your air could be used during the day off solar and we can switch back to grid at night if it’s hot out and AC is needed. Other appliances should be fine at night regardless of power source.
Just be a good person.
If you smoke pick up after yourself (we don't but I don't care if you do)
If you drink do so responsibly, no one likes a drunk but feel free have a few, (again we don't but I don't care if you do)
Children are fine, in fact if they are able I might hire them to help me do things if you allow.
Generators are fine until I'm told otherwise. With free electricity you should not need one.
As you can imagine we lock things up so if you want to use anything from the shop (standard wood shop tools and some mechanical tools as well) it is available if we talk about it first.
There is a dump site in town and another one at Dead Colt Creek camp ground, to my knowledge both are free (we use them)
I am an open honest person and expect the same from everyone else.
We camp in the summer too so some dates will be blocked out from time to time. (Ok, as much as possible)
It is a dead end so at some point you will have to back up. You can pull in or back in. I would recommend pulling in and backing out for a much better view. There is a row of trees and a park beyond that facing the north while my ugly house is facing south. It is in town so the road is paved to the property line then its grass.
Lots of space for just about anything.
The front is available anytime, the side of the house (grass) is available after the ground thaws, normally around May.
We do take off most weekends but the site, water and power should be available if you give us a heads up. If not we can still work around most things. Last minute stuff is normally fine. We are still working stiffs so you will be on your own some of the time.
We are in a small town of 2500 and really don't have much locally. The longest running movie house in the country. Along with typical small town activities. The Fort Ransom state park and the National grasslands are close. We do have good fishing in the area and a river 1.5 blocks away if you like to fish (you catch and you clean). We are along the ND byways as well. If you want to know more just ask since to be honest, I have no real idea what to put down here.