That website has more information and the access code for the electronic access gate is posted on it.
Make sure you show up for your reservation or at least stay in touch if plans change. We can always cancel and or reschedule. If you don't show up on time, don't be surprised if I hit the cancel button just so this website quits notifying me.
Regular RV people who need nice roads, flat etc are welcome but in the off season they won't appreciate my place and would understand why if they read my website.
Boondockers are welcome anytime if prepared to actually boondock, but in the off season you will be boondocking. So if you don't understand the true meaning of that keep in mind it means you will be driving down an unplowed driveway in a high plains of the Rocky mountains during the snowy cold winter at 5,300 feet. So call first or play it by ear and I'll tell you if it's passable. But services like even the dump station the county runs freeze up and get closed in the winter. So you have to boondock, and the only big benefit to Honeys is not having to worry about getting messed with by the police or warned for trespassing during that time, so you may want to just grab a spot at the truck stop that night. The off season is generally what I'd call December (never had a guest) thru beginning of March. Check my website or call me for info during that time.
(Usually my only request is you read the website but too many find that too high a price to pay for a free campsite)
Their will be a joke or two on my website or in the sarcasm of even this post btw. You'll figure it out.
1) Don't be a jerk.
I know and appreciate that boondockers suggests you donate a few bucks to cover your power if you use it, but I do insist that no one donates a penny tll they are departing as if people donate earlier they tend to become entitled acting and change the tone of the camping experience for them and for me. So even if you want to, which I do not insist upon please do so when you are leaving. Thanks
Generators aren't necessary considering power is available, but if you insist on using one: Park way out away from everyone else and definitely not blocking an RV electric spot.
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. Just don't park it blocking a different RV outlet.
I never close. Some winters the road gets bad and super cold December to April and I don't plow but I never close. www.honeyspark.weebly.com
Hot springs, national parks, ebr-1 museum, Caves, offroad trails
Honey's Park is a great place to spend a day or two and connect with other like-minded individuals. We met another full-time family and were able to connect with them and stay in touch afterward. The place was nice and quiet and full of heart :) Thank you, Honey's Park for all you do! We really enjoyed our stay and are grateful for your kindness and hospitality.
Scar is a great guy,offers free dry camping to any one that comes by.
We had great talks ,shared dinner and enjoyed the company.
More people like him will make the world better.
Thank you Scar.
Honey's place is just as he described, read his website and you will know what to expect. He offers power and good conversation. Close to Craters of the Moon and EBR1. Super nice guy offering up a spot to hangout.
Scar and his dog Ruby could not be better hosts! Highly, highly recommend staying with Scar.
If you want the details, check his website at http://honeyspark.webs.com. He is a super nice guy with a big heart and a very gracious host. I love places with a short list of rules and he has one, "Don't be a jerk.", that says it all in my book. I would definite recommend Honey's Park.
Scar is a easy going host with a laid back property. We slept great and felt safe. Easy access. Great beer selection !
Exactly as described....What more do you need? We will come back if in Arco.
Honey's is tucked right between the KOA campground and the LDS church, so it's real easy to find. Lots of room, a few power outlets (30 and 50 amp), and free beer! The owner has made a nice place to spend a few days. Arco is a small town, so it's an easy walk or bike ride to the parks, restaurants, and stores. It's also just a few miles from Craters of the Moon, so it makes a good home base to explore the surrounding area. This site is a little unusual for Boondockers Welcome in that the owner doesn't need nor require advance notice, just show up and pick a spot. Very friendly camp, there is a BBQ and microwave for guest use, plus free coffee in the morning.
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.