We are located in the country on 50 acres mix of cleared and trees. Although we have a lot of property only a portion is accessible for RV's etc. We have learned that we have space for 2 max. Dogs are welcome but I removed the off leash section, only for your protection. If your dog runs free we are ok with it, but there is a of wildlife here and the occasional loaded logging truck going by, so for their safety we recommend you leash them. However, feel free to walk them all over, just please pick up after them. (please read descriptions re access and types of rigs)
We have a campfire area, not next to your rig, but you are welcome to use it. We have a little gift shop in our house, feel free to peruse it, no obligation to buy, we just like talking about what we do. Wifi access is also in the shop and we offer that service, but request no streaming on it as then we lose access to the wifi.
Upon sending your request and our accepting, we do appreciate an update on your travel, ie: approx arrival time, etc. We have found that sometimes, the guests plans change and sometimes that works out for us for other reasons, so we love communication if you can. Please note: That once you start down from the highway to our house - you LOSE cell phone access fairly quickly so please do NOT rely on it, but do follow my directions to get to our place.
We love hosting and will visit as much or little as you like. See you soon!
Smoking at your site only and safely as we are in the woods
Children must be closely monitored we are in the woods and there are bears and wildlife and lakes and ponds - pets on leash for their safety
No generators unless silent but we have power hookup
Stay for 2-3 days at a time (if you want to stay longer we are open to requests)
We are down country roads, but rigs travel them all the time. Just take it slow, add an extra 15-20 minutes from what your GPS tells you when you are pulling as they do wind but no hairpins and only 1-2 more steep hills.
Great place to access if going to/from the Orient, ME and Fosterville, NB border crossing.
You MUST be able to back in - we have learned as we go along on this BW hosting journey and you must be able to back your rig in. We have maximum space for two, but it depends on the rig, we may limit to one if weather conditions make the ground soft , etc. Please feel free to ask questions.
I access my emails frequently, so really appreciate communication on whether you plan to come after I accept invite and when you think you may arrive. Please only come while it is still light out, we are rural and you don't want to be running the roads and trying to park in the dark. If your plans change for whatever reason, we understand, just let us know.
Due to recent road work, we have had to change our availability for larger rigs to pull in - it is no longer a straight off the road access - there is now a small drive over a culvert so big rigs would be too heavy and too wide for access. Normal vehicles, truck, small motorhomes, vans, etc would work ok. We could possibly host two vehicles but you would need to speak to us first - we are in the country and have added garden boxes etc to our yard and we would have to discuss room for a second vehicle. There are some low hanging trees in one spot as well, so again this is why for this year we are allowing small rigs only. There is room for a tow vehicle to detach and pull in, but you must be able to back in your rig and we may park you next to our trailer, so smaller rigs are best. This may change again for next summer but as we all know 2020 has added challenges in many ways to our lives - we do welcome you to visit but at a distance.
Our location remains beautiful through October but gets colder by mid September at night time. We had planned to travel this summer, but oh ya! Covid19 happened!
Peace and love, Trip n Daisy
Lots of lakes, 3.5km to Maine border, many attractions within a few hours drive - McAdam Railway Station, Kings Landing, Grand Falls Gorge, Reversing Falls, etc.
There are also hiking locations with in a half hour of us for those interested
Trip n Daisy are a very peaceful & helpful hosts, willing to accommodate
their guests in any way that they can. Daisy even gave me a road tour of the area.
Their location is very rural even though they are on a paved road.
Longer rigs, especially pickups w any type Long Trailer may find it difficult to turn around.
My Cl. A is only 25' long & it seemed to be the right size.
Their Unicorn camper is amazing & I am certain it gets a lot of compliments.
I very much enjoyed staying at "Golden Unicorn Farm" & I would enjoy returning.
Thank you Trip n Daisy.
We had a wonderful sleep at this beautiful location, although we woke up by the sound of a snowplough. The weather was cold but the welcome was warm. Thanks for letting us stay at your place
TripnDaisy is a super host. She gave use an excellent tour of the beautiful area. Afterward we got together for a glass of wine. A great time was had by all.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Golden Unicorn Farm. Unfortunately no unicorns were to be found. Lol. The farm is well off the beaten path but well worth the journey to get there. Folllowing Daisy’s excellent directions we had no problem finding the site. The wilderness location is very impressive. Although we did not see bears, moose or other wildlife I suspect they may have seen us. It was quite and a wonderful place to stay. We hope to return soon to meet TripnDaisy.
Although these hosts are located on a paved road, there is so little traffic, it’s like being secluded. There is a public swimming beach about 1/2 mile away on a peaceful, clear lake that wasn’t too cold.
Go for a hike down the hill behind the house and stop at the Apple tree. The hosts have seen moose and bear around but we didn’t see any in August.
Sarah makes good pepper jam and sells it at the family store. Try it, we are having it with breakfast.
We stayed 2 quiet nights and recommend it to others.
I stayed here with my daughter while on a road trip. Great folks, wonderful hospitality. Recommended!
One word of caution... our GPS told us we were there but we were about a quarter mile short. There is little of any cell service, so you can't look anything up. Fortunately some kind folks saw us go down that road and asked us if they could help (as I tried to turn around). They advised us to continue down the road and then we were there.