We have a one acre yard in which you can park in our designated area on gravel. We have an additional 4 acres of wooded hillside and open pasture which you can explore and let your dog(s) roam off leash if you desire. We have cats on the property, please make sure your pets are kind to them or are kept indoors when you are not with them. Expect deer in the yard at night, and occasionally coyotes can be heard. We have a low level of train noise which we enjoy, as the train is about 1 mile away. We have a hot tub which guests may use, but please no unattended children under 17 in the hot tub. We also have a play set with slide and swings. We have fruit trees, apples and plums, as well as blueberries and raspberries which you can graze or snack on if they are in season during your visit. Please don't completely plunder our trees or bushes, we like to share.
Please don't run a generator after 10PM. No dogs may be off leash in the main yard, but you may take them down the hill behind our house which is also part of our property. Do not pass any gates, whether open or closed, as those lead to a neighbor's property.
If we have another guest on site, please be cordial and do not disturb them unnecessarily. There is one fire pit that is shared use.
Please use the gravel driveway for coming and going in your vehicle whenever possible, instead of the paved driveway.
We have a skirted driveway entrance with a full width of about 16 feet that is paved. After that there is a loop and second driveway that is gravel. The gravel driveway is about 20 feet wide and the gate is about the same. You could enter from either driveway and pull through. Note it is recommended to enter via paved entrance and loop around to the gravel.
parking can be next to your rig.
We often rent out our own fifth wheel trailer on site. This may sometimes prevent us from being able to host an additional rig, depending on the size and number of guests. We will let you know when you inquire.
Silverwood Theme Park is about 8 minutes away, and is by far the key attraction for many visitors. We love the many lakes around us, and highly recommend hiking/walking a few trails at Farragut State Park, about 20 minutes from us. We have very near access to the forest land as well, just a few miles down the road. In Idaho you are allowed to ride ATVs and dirt bikes on the road and can reach the forest from our home quickly and a few trails accessible with a little further riding on forest roads.