We have one full hook up spot at 30 amp. One full hook up with 20 amp. 120 amp power only and the others would be dry camping only.
We are surrounded by woods, you cannot see any of our neighbors. A beautiful quiet spot to take a walk.
You may smoke in your RV, but no smoking or heavy drinking on property. Use of generators kept to a minimum. Dogs must be leashed at all times. You also must pick up after them. Families with children are welcome.
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NOT available from January through April. We do a lot of last-minute short trips in the summer but feel free to give us a shout and see if we can accommodate you.
The town of Fairbanks has many attractions. It is a 35 minute drive. The town of North Pole, and Santa Claus house is 25 minute drive.We also have the Knotty shop which is a nice place to get ice cream or souvenirs .we have fishing nearby and possible animal sightings
Hosts could not have been nicer or more accommodating! We highly recommend this host!
We got to spend time with hosts on their 4 wheelers in the woods and around their residence.
We shared a meal with them and They even offered us the use of their shower.
I even got to help with a sewing class and we tried to bake some sourdough bread.
We are so thankful they are hosts!
We enjoyed a night at Paradise in the Woods (truly the perfect name for this location). They are the epitome of generous and gracious hosts. We thoroughly enjoyed getting to know them and learn about life from local Alaskans. The ATV ride was a real highlight for us on our Alaskan adventure. We feel like we made good friends that we hope to keep in touch with and meet up on the road at some time. Thank you for everything Gary and Sherry!
Easy to find. Gracious hosts. Quiet with all the amenities what more could you want!
A true blessing.
We had an amazing time sharing the last four days with some spectacular hosts and meeting some new people we truly call friends. Our hosts made our experience of Boondockers Welcome a difficult one for others to have to meet their same standards. Their help and courteousness in getting us settled was only the start. Offering a wealth of information of local sightseeing possibilities took us to more amazing adventure, starting with the Bridge to Nowhere right off from their property and within walking distance. Their son took Karen and I on an adventure learning all about the woods, and in particular, helping us each find our very own, personalized hand-picked diamond willow walking sticks. After, the four of us had the opportunity to take their side-by-side and the 4-wheeler out for a little riding through the trails and taking in the glory of the gorgeous lake setting mixed within at different places. Their own property was a spectacular setting in it's own right with everything we needed readily available. Thank you again for all the hospitality and new friendships we will treasure for the rest of our lives. The homemade dandelion and fireweed jellies ARE AMAZING! 🤗
We had a wonderful stay at this beautiful property. We are sad our stay got cut short due to RV repairs needing to be done, but it was such a wonderful time while we were there! Our hosts were so welcoming - they even took us on a 4wheeler tour and shared local jams to sample! Truly, a gem! Thank you for everything!
Our hosts were welcoming and generous. Such lovely people! We hope to see them on their travels south this winter.
We were welcomed bySgatesg2 and were soon at the table with children and grandchildren.
Then an unforgettable adventure with riding an ATV, through which we have been able to visit the country around the house.
Thanks for this wonderful evening and the salmon is on the barbecue tonight.
Sgatesg2 made us feel like we were at home. They had friends for dinner the night we arrived. We were invited, also, to a dinner of salad, spaghetti (made with moose meat) and fry bread, with homemade jelly. It was great!!!
They provided us with great area information on things to see in the Fairbanks area. We had so much fun we stayed an extra night.
Their driveway is just 1000 feet from the Richardson Highway (Alaska 2).