Mountain Top Breeze

Space for 1 Rig
Any size
3 nights maximum

Notice Required
Same day is okay
2 weeks max
Response Rate
100%

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Suitability

  • Slideouts Allowed
  • Generators Allowed
  • Barbecues Allowed
  • Lawnchairs Allowed
  • Pets Welcome

Amenities

  • 15 Amp Electric Hookup
  • Water Hookup
  • Wifi
  • Tow Vehicle Parking

Description

Mostly shady location just a few miles from beautiful Greers Ferry Lake, and the Little Red River. Great fishing, boating, water skiing, all with a small town atmosphere. I am disabled, and won't be able to help much with your setup, but I am able to assist you in parking your rig. This is on a main State highway, so you WILL hear traffic at times.
At this time, I cannot accommodate RV's with toads. The spot has to be backed into. You DO have the option of un-hooking the toad if you like.

House Rules

No loud parties. Other than that, about anything goes. No charge for 15 amp electric or water. Must have your own water hose.

Access Road Conditions

At this time, I cannot accommodate RV's with toads. The spot has to be backed into. You DO have the option of un-hooking the toad if you like.
Located on main State highway, Circle drive that is gravel. Easy in-out.

Tow Vehicle Parking Details

Plenty of tow vehicle parking next to your camper, or on a gravel driveway.

Availability

I am home most all of the time.

Location

HEBER SPRINGS, AR, United States of America

Suggested Local Attractions

Greers Ferry Lake, The Little Red River, Sugarloaf mountain.


Your Host

Bigchief815


Member Since
May 30, 2018
Host's Age
55-65


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References for Mountain Top Breeze

RusticRobert

August 2018

Super Nice Host at the top of the Ozarks

We were greeted warmly as we arrived by this friendly gentleman. Quaint little place under the trees along the roadside in the Ozarks. We didn’t need them but he offered 15 amp and water. Large rigs and rigs with a tow vehicle might have a problem, not with his place, but with getting there. You must navigate the Ozark Mountains - very winding roads and steep grades. We have a 30’ class C with a toad and struggled but made it... slowly. Phenomenal countryside and views driving there!!