We can fit up to 40 feet. Flat spot on the east side of my work shop, has 30 amp service, with water,and a sewer and grey water dump. We also have wireless.
The only rule we have is to enjoy yourselves.
Depending on the time of our crops you may have to back in if your rig is large. If the hay has been cut you can drive in and turn around in the field. All roads are paved to our farm.
We have a farm there is plenty of room to park a towed vehicle in the yard where the RV parking is.
We are open for guests May 1 st. to Oct. 15, but we need a heads up as soon as you think you may want to stay with us.
Local Winery. Pub that has Blues music every sunday. Harrison Lake about 20 miles away. Vancouver about 40 miles away.
Fairweather Farm were incredible hosts. They welcomed us to park our trailer at their place over a long holiday weekend while we visited family in Vancouver and they were on vacation elsewhere. He even drove out to meet us on the main road to make sure we didn't have trouble finding the place! We had plenty of space to park our rig in the field beside their house, and they even let us store our kayak in their garage. The view from their farm is lovely and on a quiet road by the water. His wife quickly became best friends with our dog Forrest, throwing a ball for him, feeding him treats and teaching him a thing or two. We got tons of advice and shared great stories in just the few hours that we visited with them, and we wished we could have stayed longer. We would certainly stay with them again if we come back to BC, and we hope they'll come see us in Georgia some day!
We had a very good time staying at Fairweather farm. The place is very quiet and our hosts are great people. I would love seeing them stoping at our place in the future.
Our host gave great directions and was standing in the road in front of his farm to make sure we got the right place. This couple is a hoot. Really enjoyed our time with them. They, like so many other Canadians, have nice in their DNA. I look forward to hosting them next spring.
I stayed at this location for one night. Is is a little out of the way but is very quiet, the hosts are great travelers and easy to get along with. The man of the house came and meet me and took me to there location.That was very helpful. The lady looks after the chickens and many other things I am sure. Thank you for your hospitality. Brian
Brian and Janie were very welcoming and lots of fun to be with. We had a very relaxing time on their farm in the country.
Brian and Janie are great Folks ! Loved the beauty of the countryside and mountains.
This is our first Boondocking experience after joining about a month ago. From our experience so far this is a wonderful way to travel in an RV. It was a great first night of our trip to Newfoundland. We were warmly greeted by Janie and Brian and made to feel right at home on their nice big green level yard in a rural area with dairy farms and hay fields all around. We highly recommend Fairweather Farm. Alice and Ed
I met the folks at Fairweather Farms in Palm Desert and liked them so much, I drove all the way to BC to see their farm. They are a warm-hearted, fun, and lively couple with great stories to tell. They have a lovely little spot in the Fraser River Valley on Nicomen Island between the little towns of Deroche and Dewdney. The farm is walking distance from the Dewdney Pub, which has live blues music on the weekend. Also nearby are several places to kayak; if you want to rent kayaks or canoes, there are places for that, too. Also close by are horseback riding places. They can also direct you to all sorts of hikes and other activities because they know the area so well. The island is a good place to bicycle too. The farm itself is beautiful with green trees and mountains on every side as you look out your RV. If you want to go to Vancouver, there is a commuter train in Mission, which is very close. Also, you can buy farm fresh eggs right outside your door! Once you get here, you may not want to leave. I didn't!