Slides out won't have a ton of room but should be okay. I haven't parked a unit with a slide in the driveway yet. Probably fine, if limited to one side of the RV.
I support conservation and leaving as small a footprint as possible. Don't take more than you need and always clean up after yourself.
Welcome to stay! Smoke in your rig if you like, not in the house. Smoking in the yard is okay, not too close to doors or windows and always use an ashtray.
Children and pets are welcome but please ensure they are safely supervised.
The house in within city limit in a residential area. Traffic isn't an issue, traffic is very light and the streets are wide enough to pull a larger rig through.
Access is very easy, close to a main thoroughfare and not far off of a highway. Smaller city and house is in a quiet location.
All streets and roads are paved but the driveway is gravel and well kept, without potholes or ruts.
Both the tow vehicle and an RV can be parked in the driveway. A trailer would have to be backed in. The driveway is long and comes up close to the house and garage, but there isn't enough space to turn around, the back yard is not accessible for a large vehicle. The tow vehicle can be parked in front of the RV or just off to the side. Street parking for a small rig or tow vehicle is available if desired.
I may be out of town on occasion. So booking a couple of weeks in advance, might be helpful to you. However, there is a good chance I will be home or not too far away, so it is okay to call the same day too!
Lots of beautiful city parks, buildings designed to match the cities forestry industry, twin rivers and railroads. Heritage homes, and other buildings restored for their historical value. Native art, dance, music, culture, history. Waterways, winery, festivals, sports, university, Ancient Forest, wildlife and so much more natural beauty.
Heather was super helpful and showed us around Prince George. We really enjoyed our chats and walks with Heather and her dog Ivan. In fact we loved it so much that we stayed with them 2 extra nights and totally made ourselves at home and we became like a little family. Heather is going away on her own RV adventure soon and I hope her boondocking experience will be just as fantastic as the one we had staying with her. We hope to cross paths with her again on our way back from our trip to Alaska.