Our little farm is centrally located in the Tri-cities. The parking area for an RV is a couple of hundred feet from our home. Water and power are at the house, so if you need either, plan to bring a long hose or wire. The fire ring isn't beside the parking area, but you're welcome to use it and the picnic tables. We can set you up on our wifi without problems. We don't prohibit pets, but there is a road nearby and it wouldn't be wise to have your pet off leash because of that. We have a dog, but he stays in the pasture with the sheep and goats. We have 50 acres that you are welcome to hike or mountain bike on. If you're REALLY into getting away, and have 4 wheel drive, we have another camping area that is far away from us up a hill, a couple of hundred feet above surrounding terrain, unimproved.
No smoking on property.
Owners are not responsible for any injuries or illnesses that may occur on this working farm.
The site is just off of a state road. We are still firming it up enough for heavy vehicles like our 40 foot diesel pusher, but we routinely pull in with lighter vehicles. Firmness of access depends on weather conditions right now. We will be improving that over time.
Parking area is on grass beside a pasture.
We also travel a lot, and sometimes with little notice, but contact us with your request and let's see if we can work it out.
Bristol Motor Speedway, Bays Mountain Park, East Tennessee State University, Birthplace of Country Music, Hands-On Museum (for kids), Tri-cities Regional Airport.
I'd overestimated my travel schedule and was captive of the rain. I reached for boondockers welcome and found Wayne. He accommodated me in a moment's notice, responding to me within minutes and directing me to his home. I was safe, warm and dry that night thanks to Wayne and his wife. Thank you!!
Wayne provides a great Boondocking location. He has a nice hiking trail that leads you up to the top of a mountain ridge on his property where blackberries and wine berries are tasty and the views are beautiful! His cats and chickens welcomed us as well!