Named in honor of a now deceased K9, Honey, whom whilst the owner went homeless for a time from an old Army injury he would tell her someday she would have her own park. Thus animals, especially dogs are more than welcome.
Basically dry camping with a few perks; electricity, wifi.
Public and free dumpstation, fresh water etc is within 1/4 mile.
Right next door to small town with stores, hospital, library etc. Literally next door to a KOA campground who hates Honeys for doing this so choose your side and either come here or go there with no qualms from us; generally the crowds who do KOA types don't appreciate our campground anyways.
Don't be jerks. Keep your spot clean, be polite and it's all good. Being friendly is a big plus but not required.
I don't care about reservations really, and you can stay longer than 5 days, that limit is set by boondockers welcome. You can find me on google as easy.
I have electric so we don't need the noise of generators if you take a minute to level near one and not be in a hurry, or you can park in the acre section designated near the front and run them 8am-8pm. But who wants to listen to one while camping? Plug into the power, ask me if you need help.
A weird new issue: Overnight strobe lights: I enjoy sitting out and walking with the dog in the evening and those are going to give me a seizure or at least ruin my night; they are banned. Please let me know who told you they were a good idea, especially the strobing ones and I'll go visit him at his home and talk to him. (kidding, but please don't use them whilst here)
From My Website:
If you can't afford, or don't want to use a paid campground for whatever reason then come on in and make a new friend. But Honeys isn't a full commercial RV park, it's basically a guy being nice letting you camp in his field with some perks.
IF DOG GATE ON DRIVEWAY IS CLOSED FEEL FREE TO OPEN AND COME IN The place is named for a dog, and I'm a dog nut so they are welcome.
No formal stay limit as long as you are not costing me anything (power), park out of my way, are friendly, don't make a mess, and are very careful about my dog Ruby. But I'm also not looking for roommates, and Honeys is for recreational purposes only. I do reserve the right to ask abusive or rude people to leave.
If your group can say to itself 'Hey we should stay at the paid RV park', then please do so as you probably won't like our place.
Water, Dump station (free), Gas, Food, Hospital, Laundry, Library, and Bathrooms (public and free) available nearby in town, within 1/4 mile walk.
Honeys is free, and you get what you pay for. Wifi, electricity, a friendly host, probably a beer and a campfire is what you can expect here.
Dirt road from paved county road. Three hundred feet roughly to first camp area.
Anywhere on acreage. Just talk to Scar when you get there if you have any special needs or questions.
I never close. Some winters the road gets bad and super cold December to April and I don't plow but I never close. You can stay even if I'm not home. Call me from my website. www.honeyspark.webs.com
Hot springs, national parks, my company, ebr-1 museum, Caves, offroad trails
Scar was a great host. He provided us with a warm, dry campsite in miserable weather. Thanks for the hospitality!
Honeys park is a nice place to stay. And Scar was a great host. Nice quiet place with 50 amp elec that was much appreciated. Unfortunately because it was so cold outside, we were not able to spend as much time as we would have liked with our host. We intend to come back this way someday when it's warmer to visit with Scar.